The Paul B. Henze papers consist of diaries, writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, research materials, printed
matter, and photographs relating to Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty broadcasting to Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union;
conditions in Eastern Europe, the Soviet Union and the former Soviet Union, especially the Caucasus and Central Asia; and
conditions in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. The papers include publications of Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty and related
organizations as well as research materials for the numerous books and articles by Paul B. Henze, particularly
The Plot to Kill the Pope (New York, 1983).
The collection is open for research. The Hoover Institution Archives only allows access to
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