Conference papers, programs, correspondence, newsletters, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Baltic States, Baltic peoples abroad, and international archival resources for their study. Consists mainly of records of conferences held by the organization.
Relates to activities of the underground anti-communist Latvian organization Nacionālā Sardze during World War II. Includes writings by Jūlijs Brac̊s and other leaders of the organization. Edited by M. K. Gulbis.
Sound recordings of interviews of Latvian political leaders, governmental officials, and others, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Latvia. Includes transcripts of questions and some related printed matter. Project sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Interviews conducted by David Jacobs. Digital copies also available.
Arrest and trial records of the Latvian diplomat Kārlis-Ludvigs Sēja and other Latvian politicians, diplomats and generals, relating to political offenses in the Soviet Union. Includes correspondence, memoirs and diary of Sēja.
Newsletters, annual reports, pamphlets, clippings, and printed matter, relating to human rights and ethnic relations in Latvia. Collected by the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Includes neo-fascist literature, and some issuances of the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies.
Reports to Janis Balodis, Latvian deputy prime minister and minister of war, 1938-1940; and minutes of the First and Second Conferences of Latvian Envoys Abroad, at Riga, 1923 and 1935, all relating to Latvian diplomacy.
Correspondence, personal documents, printed matter, photographs, sound recordings, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Latvia, and especially to the S"ezd Narodnykh Deputatov.