Writings, printed matter, and phonorecords, relating to American naval operations in World War II, the bombing of the Marblehead in 1942, and trials of Japanese accused of war crimes. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Newspaper issues and clippings, depositions, and photographs, relating to the Japanese war crime trials after World War II. Includes mimeographed prison newspapers issued by Japanese prisoners awaiting trial.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, orders, citations, memorabilia, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to American occupation forces in Japan, and American foreign relations in the Far East.
Writings, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Japanese military operations against the west coast of the United States during World War II. Used as research material for the book by Bert Webber, Retaliation: Japanese Attacks and Allied Countermeasures on the Pacific Coast in World War II (Corvallis, Ore., 1975), and subsequent publications.
Speeches and writings, studies, reports, correspondence, memoranda, orders, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American propaganda and military activities in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the occupation of Japan, and postwar conservative political organizations in the United States, especially the Citizens Foreign Aid Committee.
Clippings from American newspapers, exhibiting editorial reactions to the Versailles peace settlement, the Anglo-Japanese alliance, the establishment of the Irish Free State, and the anticolonial movement in India. Many of the clippings are from German- and French-language newspapers in the United States. Collected by the British Library of Information in New York City.
Drafts, reports, correspondence, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to the World War II campaigns of General Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific, the Richard Sorge espionage case, the anti-communist movement in the United States, Cold War defense needs of the United States, and Japanese rearmament. Sound use copy of sound recording available.
Relates to conditions in internment camps for enemy civilians in Japan during World War II. Includes some later recollections of C. F. Gregg. Also includes several issues of English language newspapers published in Japan during World War II.
Correspondence, reports, writings, memoranda, manuals, minutes of meetings, printed matter, microfilm, and photographs, relating to counter-guerrilla military operations, especially in the Philippines (1947-1965), Vietnam (1961-1970), elsewhere in southeast Asia, and Colombia (1959-1960); the Allied occupation government in Japan; and communism, especially in the United States.