Relates to the condition of American prisoners of war held in Japanese prison camps during World War II. Includes issues of the Pacific Island Employees Foundation Bulletin, 1942-1945, and a few issues of the Pac-POW Bulletin, 1945-1947.
Relates to military police operations, especially with regard to civilian travel control, in Alaska, 1942-1945, and to administration of various prisoner of war camps elsewhere in the United States in 1945.
Reports, correspondence, accounts, lists, testimonies, questionnaires, certificates, petitions, card files, maps, circulars, graphs, protocols, and clippings, relating to World War II, the Soviet occupation of Poland, the Polish-Soviet military and diplomatic agreements of 1941, the re-establishment of the Polish embassy in Moscow, Polish prisoners of war in the Soviet Union, deportations of Polish citizens to the Soviet Union, labor camps and settlements, relief work by the Polish social welfare department delegations among the deportees, the Polish armed forces formed in the Soviet Union, evacuation of Polish citizens to the Middle East, the Katyn massacre of Polish officers, and the breakdown of Polish-Soviet relations in 1943. Includes material on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Soviet government, 1928-1929. Also available on microfilm (79 reels).
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, personal documents, theatrical programs, and photographs, relating principally to theatrical productions staged by Polish prisoners in German prison camps during World War II.
Diaries, memoirs, and interview transcripts of American civilian internees, including Ream family members, in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II. Includes some related writings by others.
Memoirs, interview transcripts, correspondence, notes, photocopies of government documents, rosters, printed matter, photographs, videotapes, and memorabilia, relating to American and Allied servicemen and civilians interned in Japan, the Philippines and other Japanese-occupied areas during World War II.
Relates to military life on air bases in the United States and the Philippine Islands during World War II. Includes later letters to his mother from fellow officers, relating to their memories of E. N. Bewley as a prisoner in a Japanese prison camp and to his death as a result of the torpedoing of a prison ship.
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.
Depicts various scenes from the German occupation of Memel; the Polish campaign; the Russo-Finnish war; the German air and rocket offensive against Great Britain; naval warfare in the Atlantic; and the European Theater during 1944-1945, including scenes of the Allied forces in combat, effects of the war on lives and property in Britain, France, Belgium, Luxemburg, and Germany, and the liberation of German concentration camps and of Allied and German prisoners of war. Includes photographs of various Allied and German military and political leaders.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to World War II, communism, forced repatriation of Russian prisoners to the Soviet Union following World War II, the Katyn forest massacre, unreported deaths of Soviet cosmonauts, and the efforts of J. Epstein to obtain restricted government documents on these subjects.