Relates to detention of Polish prisoners of war and suppression of Ukrainian and Belarusian nationalist activities. Includes related memoranda by Lavrentiĭ Berii͡a, 1940, and Aleksandr Shelepin, 1959, successive heads of the Soviet secret police.
Relates to Polish deportees and prisoners in the Soviet Union during World War II. Produced by Józef Ge̜bski. Includes variant versions of the video tape, including one with English subtitles, and still photographs used in the production.
Relates to Russian military operations during World War I, the establishment of Estonian armed forces in 1918, the Estonian war for independence, interwar Estonian politics, the Soviet occupation of Estonia in 1940, conditions in German prison camps during World War II, and recruitment of Estonians for the German armed forces. Includes Parts I-VI only; Part VII missing.
Relates to psychological readjustment of American prisoners of war in Germany during World War II. Ph.D. dissertation, University for Humanistic Studies. Includes research materials assembled for the dissertation, among them memoirs of R. W. Peterson, memoirs of other American prisoners, memoirs of Fritz Taeuber (commandant of Stalag IXA), reports on the camps, printed matter, and photographs.
Relates to the imprisonment and subsequent war service of French soldiers taken prisoner during World War II and later repatriated. Includes accounts of their experiences by a number of prisoners of war.