Correspondence, telegrams, orders, diaries, proclamations, newspapers, periodicals, clippings, and photographs, relating to the organization, training, and activities of the First Czechoslovak Army under General Ludvik Svoboda on the Eastern front, 1941-1945.
Printed reminiscences, diary excerpts, propaganda leaflets, and photographs, relating to aerial bombing operations of the 11th Bombardment Group in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and especially to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 and the American bombardment of Iwo Jima in 1944-1945.
Reports and photographs, relating to activities of the 13th Air Force in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Includes an official history, descriptions and photographs of South Pacific air fields, plans for garrisoning the Philippines, and statistics on bomb and ammunition expenditures.
Depicts areas of France in which military operations were conducted during World War I. Some maps include printed or hand-drawn indications of troop positions. A few maps are of French or German origin.
Correspondence, newsletters, memoirs, and audiovisual material, relating to activities of the 40th Bomb Group in the China-Burma-India and Pacific Theaters during World War II, and to subsequent activities of veterans of the group. Includes photocopies of histories of other World War II American bomb groups.
Bibliography, writings, letters, and printed matter, relating to activities of the 58th Bomb Wing in the China-Burma-India and Pacific Theaters during World War II, and to postwar activities of its veterans.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, orders, newsletters, clippings, leaflets, maps, pamphlets, and printed matter, relating to operations of the offices of the Russian Military Agent in Germany and the Russian Military Representative to Hungary, Russian counterrevolutionary activities, political events in Russia, and activities of Russian civilians and military personnel in Europe. Includes the office files of the delegation of the Russian Society of the Red Cross for Relief to Prisoners of War, 1919-1922. Also available on microfilm (10 reels).
Writings, entitled On the Firing-Line of Thought, 1914-1924 (1924), and Masters of Medicine and War : A Retrospect (ca. 1929), relating to the pacifist movement and the responsibilities of the medical profession in relation to it.
Reports, protocols of meetings, statistics, and photographs, relating to conditions in Vienna immediately after World War II, especially demography, economic conditions and food supply, and to activities of the four-power Inter-Allied Command in administering the city. Includes hand-painted crests autographed by Austrian and Allied officials.
Correspondence, diary, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, maps, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to coal production and distribution in Silesia, Bohemia, Galicia, and Serbia, political and economic conditions in Poland, and the partition of Silesia.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, legal documents, notes, and printed matter, relating to federal regulation of interstate commerce, and especially to regulation of railways and motor carriers.
Letters, clippings, leaflets, pamphlets, serial issues, and ephemeral printed matter, issued by conservative and anti-communist organizations in the United States, relating to international communism and communism in the United States.
Regulations, statutes, instructions, reports, maps, writings, letters, manifestos, pamphlets, and election campaign literature, relating to political parties in Nigeria and other African countries, and especially to the elections of 1980 in Zimbabwe.
Writings, correspondence, notes, interview transcripts, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, photographs, and video tapes, relating to the Israeli naval and air attack on the American naval intelligence ship Liberty on 8 June 1967. Used as research material for the book by A. Jay Cristol, The Liberty Incident: The 1967 Israeli Attack on the U.S. Navy Spy Ship (Washington, D.C., 2002) and for the revised edition of that book, The Liberty Incident Revealed: The Definitive Account of the 1967 Israeli Attack on the U.S. Navy Spy Ship (Annapolis, 2013).
Correspondence, writings, notes, printed matter, and photocopies of Soviet, American and German government documents, relating to twentieth-century Soviet history and foreign relations, the Soviet Union during World War II, and Soviet historiography.
Speeches and writings, diaries, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in Massachusetts and the United States, national public finance, American participation in World War I, and the American Field Service.
Writings, diaries, correspondence, interrogation and trial records, printed matter, sound recordings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Russian literature, civil rights in the Soviet Union, political trials and conditions of political prisoners in the Soviet Union, and Russian émigré affairs. Includes records of the Russian-language Paris journal Sintaksis, published and edited by A. Sini͡avskiĭ.
Correspondence, reports, and dispatches, relating to the activities of the anti-Bolshevik movements during the Russian Civil War, and relations of the Don Cossack Republic with the Germans and with the Allied representatives in Odessa.
Writings, reports, notes, studies, correspondence, memoranda, legal records, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to the international laws of warfare and the presidential war-making powers in the United States; the legal interpretation of the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and its effect on development of the Strategic Defense Initiative; the airline industry in the United States; water use law; and the lawsuit for libel brought by Ariel Sharon against Time magazine in 1984.
Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, minutes, financial records, reports, studies, bulletins, photographs, sound recordings, and video tapes, relating to education in the United States, particularly higher education; education in underdeveloped countries; and the use of communications technology in education.
Journal/Periodical — volumes : illustrations ; 38-54 cm
A newspaper initially covering the May 1968 student demonstrations and strike in Paris and later expanding to cover international demonstrations, uprisings, and unrest as well as current events in France.
Arrest, interrogation, and other judicial records, issued by secret police and other Soviet governmental agencies, relating to the arrest and execution of four Russian-Americans or Russians formerly resident in the United States, on charges of counter-revolutionary activities; and subsequent appeals and decisions, relating to requests for their rehabilitation. Includes English translations of some documents.
Relates to military operations of the 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment in the New Guinea campaign during World War II, especially to the parachute landing at Nadzab, New Guinea, and to circumstances surrounding the death and presumed suicide of the regimental commander, Colonel Kenneth Kinsler. Includes retrospective interpellations, a battalion roster, and a related sound recording.