Relates to the role of John J. McCloy, United States Military Governor and High Commissioner for Germany (1949-1952), in formulation of postwar American policy toward Germany, especially in regard to rearmament of West Germany.
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, conference papers, reports, and printed matter, relating to the history of education in Germany, Allied educational policy in Germany after World War II, German-American educational exchanges, and activities of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education in promoting study of the history of education.
Bulletins, press releases, and correspondence, relating to Allied military governmental structure in Germany after World War II, governmental structure in Switzerland, the Common Market, Sudeten Germans, and the views of Senator William E. Jenner on American foreign policy.
Relates to Allied economic policy in Germany. Speech delivered before Christlich Sozial Union members of the Bavarian legislature, at Erlangen, Bavaria. Includes commentary by J. Semler, written to defend the criticisms of Allied policy made in his speech.
Alphabetical listing of members of the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei residing outside Germany, including name, place and date of birth, membership number, date of membership, and code for country of residence. Includes key to country of residence code.
Relates to letters of appeal from Reinhold Mayer, minister president of Baden-Württemberg, to Lucius D. Clay, United States High Commissioner for Germany, protesting Allied industrial dismantling in Germany.
Correspondence, and memoranda, relating to conditions in Germany under Allied occupation, American occupation policy, and prospects for German unification and reconstruction. Includes letters from members of the Neu Beginnen movement.
Writings, reports, notes, interview summaries, and printed matter, relating to American aid to South Vietnam and other southeast Asian countries, economic development in various Asian and African countries, Japanese and German public opinion regarding the purge of wartime leaders after World War II, and political, social, and economic effects of the purge on Japan and Germany.