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Photographs of the sites of forced labor camps near Noril'sk, Russia.
Relates to Russian émigré life in Estonia, France, Germany and the United States. Photocopy.
The UFA motion picture newsreels depict German military operations and conditions in Germany during World War II, mainly during the 1939-1942 period. Includes a few pre-war newsreels of Nazi leaders and rallies, and a few photographs. Most newsreels were distributed...
Relates to activities of the Italian Partisans in Lombardy at the close of World War II.
Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, leaflets, reports, studies, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Uganda.
Recordings of speeches, radio addresses, and trial proceedings, 1933-1944, relating to the anti-Nazi movement, and especially to the attempt of July 20, 1944 to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
Photographs of various scenes from Ukraine, and especially of demonstrations for Ukrainian independence, and of Ukrainian government officials and governing bodies in session.
Memoranda, pamphlets, serial issues, proclamations, broadsides, leaflets, flyers, election campaign literature, and video tapes, relating to various aspects of Ukrainian history, mainly in the Soviet and post-Soviet periods, and especially to events leading up to establishment of Ukrainian independence in...
Relates to political developments in the Ukraine and the Soviet Union and to the movement for Ukrainian independence. Includes a few clippings, pamphlets, and serial issues.
Relates to the history of the Uhlan troops of the Russian Imperial army.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Russian émigré affairs, Russian culture, Cossack history and Cossacks in emigration, and post-World War II resettlement of Russian displaced persons.
Relates to social conditions and medical missionary activities in China.
The collection contains photographs, posters, letters, sound and video recordings, pamphlets, bulletins, reports, and other printed matter collected by Vic and Barby Ulmer, founders of Our Developing World. The bulk of the material relates to social, political, and economic conditions...
Videotape raw footage, relating to the American decision to develop the hydrogen bomb. Used in preparation of the television program produced by the History Channel. Includes interviews with scientists and government officials involved in the decision.
Pamphlets, booklets, and other issuances relating to conflict in Lebanon.
Clippings from English-language Philippine newspapers, relating to political, social and economic conditions in the Philippines; culture, education and religion in the Philippines; the history, foreign relations, ethnology, and flora and fauna of the Philippines; and news of East and Southeast...
Relates to activities of Kurt Waldheim (subsequently president of Austria) as a German officer in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II, and especially to allegations of participation in war crimes by Waldheim. Includes subsequent printed version of report. Photocopy.
Relates to the Soviet and German occupation of Latvia, 1940-1944.
Relates to various aspects of American foreign and domestic policy. Television program sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.
Relates to Herbert Hoover. Includes three presentations: David Burner, "A Humanistic Approach : The Quaker Childhood of Herbert Hoover"; Ellis Hawley, "A Sociological Approach : Neo-Institutional History and the Understanding of Herbert Hoover"; and William G. Robbins, "Summary and Comment."...
Relates to the democratic movement in China. Photocopy.
Copy of a pamphlet, entitled Letters Captured from Baron Ungern in Mongolia, reprinting correspondence of Baron Ungern-Sternberg; and translation by Elena Varneck, of a military order issued by Baron Ungern-Sternberg, relating to White Russian activities in Mongolia during the Russian...
Songs performed at the 3rd Congress of the Union.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, agreements, minutes, histories, financial records, lists, press summaries, pamphlets, posters, clippings, motion picture film, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the operations of United Nations organizations, world politics, and international human rights.
Sound recordings of conference proceedings recorded by the National Broadcasting Company (NBC), photographs and contact sheets depicting delegates and scenes at the conference, and printed copies of the Charter of the United Nations. Digital copies of sound recordings also available...
Pamphlets, leaflets, bulletins, and microfilmed pamphlets relating to human rights; efforts to abolish torture, mistreatment of prisoners, and racial and religious discrimination; and operating procedures of agencies of the United Nations. Includes some material about the United Nations.
Reports, manuals, bulletins, correspondence, and administrative orders, relating to social and economic conditions in China, and to United Nations relief activities in China
Bulletins and yearbook, relating to civilian relief for Estonian displaced persons in Germany after World War II.
Pamphlets, journals, and printed matter, relating to the relief and reconstruction activities of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, particularly in China.
Teleprinter dispatches, December 7, 1941, relating to the attack on Pearl Harbor; and background reports, 1940-1941, relating to conditions in Europe and the Far East during World War II, and to the censorship policies of various countries.
Relates to news-gathering activities of the United Press during World War II.
Office files, correspondence, and mimeographed directives, relating to Jewish restitution claims against the West German government. Includes draft of a proposed revision of the German restitution law.
Relates to Japanese forces, tactics and morale during the Okinawa campaign in World War II.
Relates to activities on the 26th Division front in France, 1918 November 9-10.
Commemorates the celebration of the Fourth of July by the American occupation forces in Germany.
Relates to activities of the 38th Infantry Regiment, stationed at Camp Lewis, Washington, February-May 1922.
Orders, memoranda, reports, and intelligence summaries, relating to activities of the 81st Division in France, 1918 November-1919 January.
Propaganda leaflets, flyers and broadsides, distributed in Iraq in conjunction with the Iraq War.
Reports and photographs, relating to activities of the 91st Division in France and Belgium during World War I. Includes Red Cross casualty reports, and divisional intelligence reports summaries.
Christmas program broadcast from Tokyo.
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...
Orders 35 and 39 (August 5 and 8, 1945), ordering the strike missions that dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, August 6 and 9, 1945.
Abstracts and translations of captured German military and industrial technical reports, 1937-1945, relating to aeronautics. Includes German texts of reports in many cases. Translations made by the Air Matériel Command and by various American aeronautical companies, especially the Lockheed Aircraft...
Relates to American bombing missions carried out against Japan. Issued from Guam, August 1945.
Relates to the history of the Weather Service, 1935-1943, and to weather and climatic conditions affecting bombing and other military operations in the European and Pacific Theaters during World War II.
Intelligence reports, news summaries, bulletins, orders, instructions, memoranda, proclamations, and miscellany, relating to military operations of the American Expeditionary Forces in France and Siberia during World War I and the Russian Revolution
Bulletins and reports, relating to military, political, and economic developments in Germany under Allied occupation. Includes excerpts from the German and French press, reports on censorship activities of the occupying powers in Germany, and regulations regarding the Upper Silesia plebiscite...
Messages recollecting the 2d Armored Division of World War II
Relates to a joint United States Army and Air Force training exercise conducted in California, Arizona, and Nevada. Photocopy.
Relates to appeals of men inducted into the United State Army to be granted conscientious objector status.
Relates to considerations relevant to combat readiness. Includes analyses of experiences from the Persian Gulf War and American interventions in Panama and Somalia.
Relates to military construction work in the United States and its territories, 1917-1919. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier General R. C. Marshall, Jr., commanding general of the Construction Division.
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.
Marching song of the 319th Engineers
Relates to German military operations in Europe, on the Eastern Front, and in the Mediterranean Theater, during World War II. Studies prepared by former high-ranking German Army officers for the Foreign Military Studies Program of the Historical Division, U.S. Army,...
Relates to American military communications in Europe during World War II. Prepared by Colonel Fenton S. Jacobs, United States Army.
Relates to the history of individual combat divisions and supporting units of the United States Army in the European Theater during World War II.
Relates to projects of the Historical Section for preparing histories of World War II Pacific Theater campaigns and of the occupation of Japan.
Propaganda aimed at North Korean and Chinese soldiers during the Korean War. Includes translations of the leaflets.
Reports, memoranda, orders, and maps, relating to military conditions in France during World War I, the German railway system, and experiences of German and Allied prisoners of war.
Relates mostly to allegations of abusive treatment of Chinese civilians by American military personnel in China. Translations by United States Army forces of articles in the Chinese press.
Miscellaneous correspondence and dispatches, relating to the American occupation of South Korea.
Intelligence reports and press releases, relating to Allied military occupation and the general political situation in Europe at the end of World War II.
Arraignments, trial transcripts, and exhibits, relating to the trials of Jiro Mizoguchi, Seiichi Ohta, Mariano Uyeki, and Tomoyuki Yamashita
Relates to governmental administration of the Philippines by the Civil Affairs Section from October 20, 1944 to August 25, 1945.
Propaganda leaflets prepared for distribution in the Pacific Theater, 1944-1945; and a report on psychological warfare against Japan during 1944-1945 in the Pacific Theater, 1946.
Relates to activities on the I Corps front in France, 1918 November 8-9.
Relates to activities on the III Corps front in France, 1918 November 9-10.
Illustrates front-line positions held by the 1st Division, and battlefield maneuvers and other troop movements made by the 1st Division, in France, 1917-1919, and positions held and maneuvers made by German military units opposing the 1st Division, 1917-1918.
Relates to the rescue of internees at the Los Baños Internment Camp, Philippines.
Relates to military tactics to be used in suppressing domestic rebellions.
Orders, maps, and photographs, relating to the activities of the IV Corps of the United States Army during the battle of St. Mihiel, 1918 September. Includes IV Corps intelligence summaries for 1918 November 9 and 10.
Motion picture film and photographs, depicting activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I. Motion picture film reels are entitled Chateau Thierry and the Aisne-Marne Operation, The St. Mihiel Drive, and The Meuse-Argonne Offensive. Photographs include...
Relates to the theory of military counterinsurgency operations. Photocopy.
Reports, including an official history of the United States Third Army in France and Germany, 1918 November to 1919 July; and summaries of Third Army intelligence reports, 1918 November to 1919 June.
Relates to the state funeral of Herbert Hoover, with diagrams of the seating arrangement in the Capitol Rotunda, the line of march of the funeral procession in Washington, D.C., and interment ceremonies in West Branch, Iowa. Photocopy.
Relates to activities on the V Corps front in France, 1918 September 1-2.
Relates to activities on the VIII Corps front in France.
Relates to the history of the Monarkhicheskaia Organizatsiia TSentral'noi Rossii, known as the Trust, and its control by the Soviet secret police for purposes of penetration and manipulation of anti-communist Russian groups in exile, from 1922 to 1927. Photocopy.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial and personnel records, handbooks, syllabi, and instructional materials relating to the politics, governments, economies, and cultures of Japan, other areas in the Pacific, and various countries in Europe; and intelligence assessments of the war in the...
Correspondence, reports, minutes, press releases, and printed matter, relating to rationalization of the organization of the executive branch of the United States government. Includes records of the second Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1953-1955).
Depicts activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in the United States and France during World War I, including scenes of training, and aerial and naval operations.
Relates to various aspects of European political developments, human rights and national minority issues, security considerations, and cooperative programs.
Clippings, summaries of newspaper articles, Congressional hearing testimony, other printed matter, and memoranda, relating to international communism, and communist and other radical movements in the United States.
Relates to plans for the evacuation of American citizens to the United States upon the outbreak of World War I.
Relates to events in Petrograd during the Russian Revolution, 1917 March 20-July 10.
Indicates the location of United States Army hospitals in the United States. Photocopy.
Translations of Soviet documents, relating to sentencing of individuals to forced labor camps in the Soviet Union. Translated by the International Information Administration of the United States Department of State in 1953.
Series of summaries of interviews of defectors from the Soviet Union and other Eastern European communist countries, relating to their life histories, and to their observations of political, social, and economic conditions in their native countries. Later reports entitled The...
Relates to American lend-lease aid to the Soviet Union, 1941-1945. Includes text of an agreement between the American and Soviet governments on disposition of material in inventory or procurement in the United States at the end of World War II.
Based on analysis by the United States Library of Congress of responses to questionnaires by former Polish prisoners in Soviet forced labor camps, in the Anders Collection at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Includes typewritten draft, and...
Mimeographed reports, 1942-1943, relating to the imposition of international sanctions against aggressor nations, and to the effects of League of Nations sanctions against Italy in 1935 1936; microfiche copies of reports, memoranda, and correspondence, 1967, relating to the Israelinaval and...
Report entitled Supervision over Fertilizer Distribution in Taiwan since 1949 (1950); and photographs of communist and anti-communist posters in Paris, ca. 1948-1951.
Series of reports, listing writings published in Great Britain, 1941-1943, relating to post-World War II reconstruction.
Relates to the organization and activities of the Embassy, the United States Information Service in Athens, and economic conditions in Greece.
Reports, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to investigation of possible subversive activities of the American educators George S. Counts, John Dewey and Harold O. Rugg, and the journalist I. F. Stone. Photocopy.
Relates to the immigration of various nationalities and ethnic groups to the U.S.
Correspondence, notes, and miscellany, relating to documentation of activities of the United States Food Administration during World War I. Project sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.
The records relate to the regulation of food distribution and consumption in the United States and Allied areas during World War I, and include correspondence, reports, memoranda, minutes, press releases, surveys, statistics, printed matter, and photographs.
Sound recordings of radio broadcasts, and translations of transcripts of Chinese communist broadcasts from Yenan, China. Digital copies of some sound recordings also available at
Press releases, minutes of meetings, and printed matter, relating to production, distribution, and conservation of fuel in the U.S. during World War I
Contains reports relating to global implications of terrorist activities, guerrilla operations, and regional conflicts throughout the world.
Sound recordings prepared for broadcast on Voice of America, including a program entitled , 1961, relating to Soviet nuclear test resumption (transcript included); and interviews of W. Glenn Campbell, director of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, and...
Relates to plans for microfilming publications abroad for shipment to the United States.
Depicts activities of the United States Maritime Service during World War II, including training, medical examination, and recreational activities of merchant seamen.
Depicts American army officers in Armenia, and conditions in Armenia at the end of World War I
Memoranda, correspondence, itineraries, studies, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to deployment of United States National Guard units in Central America. Includes material relating to legal challenges to the right of the United States government to deploy National Guard units...
Relates to national planning goals for youth in the areas of unemployment, health, social services, education, and recreation.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, minutes of meetings, bulletins, circulars, questionnaires, notes, lists, financial records, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to the international activities of the association, including delegation and scholarship exchanges with other nations, American representation at annual International...
Relates to American and British World War II warships. Includes photographs.
Syllabi and examination questions, used to train Naval Reserve officers at the United States Naval Academy, Naval Reserve schools, and Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps programs at various universities.
Transcript of proceedings, exhibits, findings, and endorsements of findings, relating to circumstances surrounding the Israeli naval and aerial attack on the American naval intelligence ship Liberty on 8 June 1967. Photocopy.
Relates to World War II naval operations in the Pacific Theater. Issued from Pacific Fleet advance headquarters, Guam, January-August 1945.
Relates to the submarine force at Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokosuka, Japan, in World War II.
Pamphlets, bulletins, and memoranda, relating to civil defense, particularly to blackout regulations, during World War II.
Relates to coordination and direction of transportation in the United States to facilitate the American war effort during World War II, January 1942-March 1944.
Cloth maps of areas in the Pacific Theater, prepared for Navy survival kits.
Relates to American naval operations in the Solomon Islands campaign during World War II, 1942-1943. Includes only Volumes I and IV-IX.
Reports relating to sabotage and resistance liaison activities in German-occupied France of agents of the Western Europe Section of the Special Operations Branch of the United States Office of Strategic Services
Project to compile anthropological information on peoples of the Pacific Islands and East Asia. Notes, photographs, and extracts from printed sources, relating to the people of the Bonin and Izu Islands, the Carolines, Hokkaido, the Kuriles, the Marianas, the Marshalls,...
Reports, press releases, memoranda, clippings, and photographs, relating to regulation of the wartime economy in the United States, and to background information on various countries during World War II and dissemination of American propaganda. Includes a study entitled "Chronology of...
Propaganda leaflets distributed in Europe and in the China-Burma-India Theater of operations during World War II. Includes translations of most Asian language material.
Relates to the Vietnamese War. Includes two sections, by Admiral U. S. G. Sharp, commander in chief, Pacific, and General W. C. Westmoreland, commander, United States Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, respectively. Published (Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office). Includes unpublished draft...
Correspondence, reports, notes, and clippings, relating to food conservation in the United States and to famine conditions throughout the world. Includes memoranda and diaries of Herbert Hoover, honorary chairman of the committee.
Relates to demographic, educational, racial, recreational, cultural, religious, medical, legal, and governmental aspects of society; urban and rural trends; and the role of the family. Reports published under the title (New York, 1933)
Relates to training of American military government officers for administration of occupied territories during World War II. Volumes I and IV only. Microfilm copy of Vols. I-IV available in Hoover Institution Library. Includes a directive on the occupation of Japan.
Depicts Manchurian industrial plants, showing destruction or removal of equipment by Soviet occupation forces.
Relates to United States government policy regarding conscientious objectors and to criticisms of this policy made by the National Committee on Conscientious Objectors.
Relates to registry of Norwegian ships entering American waters, freight rates, and other terms of trade. Agreement between the United States Shipping Board and the Norwegian Ship Owners' Association.
Relates to the establishment of a currency exchange rate for Japan.
Relates to a variety of aspects of the Japanese war effort in World War II, and especially to Japanese intelligence operations. Based on interrogations of Japanese political, military, and naval leaders.
Hearing transcripts, decisions, and reports, relating to determination of communist-action and communist-front organizations in the United States.
Printed copies of egal briefs and court decisions in the cases of Gordon K. Hirabayashi v. United States, and Minoru Yasui v. United States, reviewed before the Supreme Court, relating to the constitutionality of restrictions upon the liberties of Japanese...
Manual, report, and test sound recordings, relating to testing for radio operator training aptitude in the United States Army during World War II.
Official history of the division, speeches, press releases, leaflets, clippings, and photographs, relating to American military efforts to promote morale of American war production workers during World War II.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and syllabi, relating to the War Issues Courses conducted at Stanford University and various other colleges in the western United States under the auspices of the Committee on Education and Special Training of the United States War...
Statistical reports, press summaries, and bulletins, relating to internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Includes statistics of weekly arrivals, departures and leaves granted; summaries of West Coast press coverage; and bulletins from the Tule Lake, California, and Topaz,...
Relates to shipping volume for December 1945; and positions of dry cargo and passenger vessels on February 25, 1946, and of tankers on February 26, 1946.
Materials relating to the evacuation and relocation of Japanese-Americans in the United States during World War II, including proclamations, orders, memoranda, population statistics, manuals and maps.
Minutes, correspondence, and resolutions relating to veterans' activities in Berkeley. Includes letters, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, and postcards, 1917-1949, relating to activities of the 91st Infantry Division in France during World War I and to subsequent activities of the...
Posters, pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, and pledge cards, issued during the week of 1918 November 11-18, relating to war work fundraising. Autographed by Bruce Barton, publicity director, and other Campaign officials.
Letters, pamphlets, resolutions, and leaflets, relating to the United World Federalists, their activities in southern California, purposes, policies, meetings, financial status, membership, and fundraising, and opposition to their work. Includes some material on the United Nations.
Depicts Japanese intervention in China. Includes scenes of the bombing of Shanghai and of other events in Shanghai.
Leaflets distributed at the University of Munich, relating to Allgemeiner Studentenausschuss elections and party politics in Germany.
Relates to German reparation payments after World War I.
Videotape cassette recordings of Soviet television programs, relating to political and social conditions in the Soviet Union. Collected by the Center for Slavic and East European Studies of the University of California, Berkeley.
Photographs depicting World War II campaigns in France and Germany, activities of American troops, and Allied military and civilian leaders. Collected by the University of Hawaii.
Pamphlets, serial issues, and reports, relating primarily to the home front in the United States during World War II, and especially to economic aspects and to prospects for postwar peace and international organization. Includes issuances of political, business, labor, religious,...
Relates to observations on conditions in nonaligned countries in Asia and Europe, and to interviews with leaders of those countries, made by W. W. Unna in the course of a trip around the world.
Relates to the emigration of German Mennonites from the Soviet Union, 1921-1933. Includes typewritten copies of documents relating to the Mennonites in Russia from 1820 until 1870.
Flyers, leaflets, and pamphlets, relating to the status of civil liberties in East Germany. Includes list of communists in West Berlin. Also includes subsequent printed matter about the organization.
Reports, orders, maps, and diaries, relating to activities of the 5th Infantry Division on the Western front during World War I.
Correspondence, memoirs, reports, and printed matter, relating to American politics, the growth of government bureaucracy and welfare programs, and communists in government
Relates to the Russian Civil War in the areas of Votkinsk and Izhevsk, Russia, in 1918. Original memoirs, entitled Kak My Poteriali Svobodu, and Rabochee Vosstanie Protiv Sovetskoi Vlasti, published in Zaria (Berlin), 1922-1923. Translated by Elena Varneck.
Diary and letters, relating to American Red Cross work among French soldiers during World War I, and to the Interallied Trade Commission after the war.
Writings, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, conference material, reports, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to American participation in international cooperative activities, especially in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; international education; the Federal Union; and economics.
Correspondence, writings, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions and journalism in Poland.
Relates to the Russian Revolution and its prospective outcome, as of May 1917.
Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, bulletins, studies, and sound recording, relating primarily to political conditions and elections in Uruguay, and to communist and guerrilla movements in Uruguay.
Reports, memoranda, and investigative proceedings, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasting to Poland. Includes records of the Polish Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnetrznych. Photocopy.
Relates to the study of economic conditions and prospects in the Pacific Islands.
Depicts World War I German aircraft, American aircraft in 1909, and scenes of Vera Cruz in 1914. Includes aerial reconnaissance views of World War I military activity in France
Relates to economic relations between the United States and South Korea.
Videotape and sound recordings, essays, service records, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Israeli naval and air attack on the American naval intelligence ship Liberty on 8 June 1967. Includes recordings of reunions of the U.S.S. Liberty Veterans Association...
Relates to American military assistance to the Soviet Union during World War II.
Radio dispatches, reports, and memoranda, relating to conditions in German-occupied Czechoslovakia, resistance activities, activities of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, and Soviet intelligence activities in Czechoslovakia. Includes transcripts of clandestine radio transmissions between London and Prague, and lists of the...
Correspondence and writings, relating to the Russian Revolution, the White governments in Omsk, 1918-1919, and eurasianism.
Sound recordings of interviews, relating to aspects of twentieth-century Russian history, and especially to the Narodno-trudovoi soiuz. Interview conducted by Tat'iana Zhilkina.
Journal of an unknown crew member of the German submarine tender Isar in the Baltic Sea, relating to German naval operations during World War II. Illustrated with drawings. Incomplete.
Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to social and political conditions in Russia, Japan, and China in the interwar period; the Sino-Japanese conflict; World War II; American relations with China; Germany in the post-World War II reconstruction period; social and...