Memoirs, other writings, notes, correspondence, personal documents, printed matter, photographs, audiotapes, and videotape interviews, relating to conditions in Poland during World War II, postwar Polish foreign policy, Polish-American relations, and post-1981 political conditions in Poland. Video use copies of videotape available.
Letters, postcards, notes, clippings, and photographs, relating to the acquaintanceship of G. C. Luce with President George Bush, and to Republican Party politics. Includes numerous letters and notes written by George Bush.
Relates to the history of high-level diplomatic negotiations between the United States and the Soviet Union, and especially to summit conferences from 1943 to 1987. Produced by the South Carolina Educational Television Network in cooperation with the United States Institute of Peace.
Interview transcripts of Soviet political and military officials, relating to the nuclear arms race and Soviet-American relations. Used as research material for the television documentary series produced by station WGBH in Boston, and for the companion book by John Newhouse, War and Peace in the Nuclear Age (New York, 1988).
Relates to the career of John Stockwell as an agent of the United States Central Intelligence Agency, and to his critique of the role of the Central Intelligence Agency in the conduct of American foreign relations. Produced by Insight Video.
Newsletters, report, leaflets, videotape films, and videotape film transcript, relating to international communism in world politics, Soviet espionage and communist subversion in the United States, international terrorism, and allegations of Soviet use of chemical and biological warfare.
Project proposals, conference papers, and journal articles, relating to the values of Western civilization, the contemporary intellectual climate in Europe and especially France, and the relation of these factors to the course of the Cold War.