Minutes of meetings, reports, correspondence, press releases, position statements, legal
briefs, notes, newspaper clippings, and printed matter.
The Committee for the Return of Confiscated German and Japanese Property sought the
complete restitution of private German and Japanese property confiscated by the United
States Government during and after World War II. Located in Washington, D.C., between
April 4, 1954, and December 31, 1962, the Committee distributed information, prepared
reports and studies, solicited public support, initiated legislation, and lobbied in
Congress for its proposals.
33 manuscript boxes
(13.8 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.