Writings, correspondence, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to political, military and international aspects of the Spanish Civil War. Includes clippings from the Spanish, French, Italian and British press arranged day-by-day, microfilm of Spanish and foreign periodical issues, and copies of papers of Luis Araquistain, relating to the war. Used as research material for the books by Burnett Bolloten, The Grand Camouflage (1961), The Spanish Revolution (1979), and The Spanish Civil War (1991).
Pamphlets, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to conditions in Great Britain and the United States during World War I, and to conduct of German troops in Belgium. Includes photographs of Head House Base Hospital, Camp Sherman, Ohio, and Italian newspaper issues, relating to Italian political and military events.
Writings, notes, correspondence, reports, photocopies of trial transcripts and interrogations, clippings, other printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to the Mafia, organized crime in Italy and the United States, international organized crime, and international terrorism.
Correspondence, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, journal articles, and clippings, relating to human rights conditions in Latin America, right-wing political movements in Latin America, evangelical Protestant groups in Latin America, and foreign corporate investment in Latin America.
Minutes of meetings, agenda, committee reports, draft proposals, a roster of delegates, and telegrams sent and received by the Italian delegation, relating to European economic reconstruction and to European economic relations with Russia.
Writings, speeches, interview transcripts, letters, biographical sketches, photographs, and clippings, relating to the founding of the Communist Information Bureau in 1947, activities of the Partito Comunista Italiano, aspects of Italian foreign relations, and socialist political activities in Italy. Includes letters by the Italian communist leader Palmiro Togliatti.