Archive/Manuscript — 1 v. (20 p.) (1 oversize box)
Pictorial booklet, relating to the German youth movement. Text and photographs by A. E. Hallett. Paintings by Captain Herrmann, a German prisoner of war. Prepared at PW Camp 184, Llanmartin, near Newport Mons.
Reports, correspondence, a diary, and sermons, relating to German prisoners of war in Russia and to the Working Council on Religious Questions of the National Committee for a Free Germany, an organization of anti-Nazi German Christians concerned with the reconstruction of Germany after World War II.
Diaries, correspondence, personnel records, and personal documents, relating to German military operations in France and on the Eastern front during World War II, and to prisoners of war in the Soviet Union.
Minutes, correspondence, resolutions, announcements, programs, printed matter, and photographs, relating to German-Soviet cultural ties. Includes a holograph memoir by Emil Kühn of his experiences as a German prisoner in Russia during World War I.
Correspondence, reports, journalistic dispatches, and other material, relating to German and Soviet politics and diplomacy in the interwar period, and to Allied military administration of Germany at the end of World War II. Includes a copy of the logbook of the submarine that sank the Lusitania, 1915, and correspondence with Georgiĭ Chicherin and Karl von Wiegand.
Reports, correspondence, pamphlets, leaflets, and radio transcripts, relating to Allied propaganda in Europe during World War II, analysis of German propaganda, evaluation of wartime German morale, and German public opinion during the postwar Allied occupation. Includes reports of interrogations of German prisoners of war.
Pamphlets, leaflets, proclamations, orders, memoranda, reports, newspaper issues, maps, photographs, and postcards, relating to German military operations during World War I, political, social, and economic conditions in Germany during the war, war relief, war propaganda, prisoners of war, the German Revolution of 1918-1919, and the elections of 1920 in Germany.