Correspondence, memoirs, other writings, printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to civil liberties in the Soviet Union, and especially to misuse of psychiatry for political repression in the Soviet Union.
Relates to the occupation and administration of Belgium by the Germans during World War II. Published in 1975 by the Royal Academy for Sciences, Literature and Arts of Belgium under the title Het Beleid van het Comité van de Secretarissen-Generaal in België tijdens de Duitse Bezetting, 1940-1944.
Conference proceedings, newsletters, pamphlets, reports, clippings, and photographs, relating to the European Federalists' Union, the European Movement, the European Youth Campaign and affiliated organizations in promoting European political and economic unity.
Diary and reports, relating to political and social conditions in Siwantzu and elsewhere in the communist zone of northern China, and to the situation of Roman Catholic missionaries in the communist zone.
Proclamations, leaflets, letters, postcards, and miscellany, relating primarily to the Belgian resistance movement during World War II, and to Allied military occupation of Belgium at the conclusion of the war.
Reports, directives, and leaflets, relating to fascist activities in the Netherlands. Includes indoctrination material for new party members, and materials on party organization in Zaandam, Netherlands.
Summaries by correspondents of the Dutch newspaper Nationale Rotterdamsche Courant, of press conferences held to provide guidelines for Dutch newspaper publication in the German-occupied Netherlands, 1941.
Relates to regulations concerning physicians in the German-occupied Netherlands during World War II. Issued by the Nederlandsche Artsenkamer and the Nederlandsche Vereeniging van Ziekenfondsartsen, Dutch physicians' associations.
Clippings from the Belgian newspapers Volk en Staat and Le Nouveau Journal, relating to conditions in Belgium under the German occupation during World War II and to Belgian collaborators with German occupation authorities.