Germany -- History -- 1945-1955
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: MS 1628
Overview: The papers consist of printed material and photographs relating to a trip made by Mary Loughlin (later Bierman) to Germany in 1946 in her capacity as a staff member of the Office of the Quartermaster General, U.S. Loughlin gathered data on civilian supply problems, such as displaced persons' requirements, German import requirements, rationing systems, caloric evaluations, price controls, distribution and stock control procedures, population statistics, fiscal budgets, and related topics.
Call Number: MS 246
Overview: Correspondence from civilians and former army officers in Germany relating to Gordon's dissertation: The Reichswehr and the German Republic, 1919-1926 (Yale University, 1953). The letters from the civilians written between 1946 and 1951 discuss their recollections of the Nazi movement and contemporary economic and political conditions in Germany. The letters on the German army, responding to a questionnaire sent by Gordon are from Germany army officers, a British general, a German member of the...
Call Number: MS 1140
Overview: Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and memorabilia, chiefly documenting Hale's career as a journalist, as a member of intelligence units in the United States Army during and after World War II, and later as a member of the foreign service in Austria (1950-1953). His correspondence is largely with editors, publishers, and writers about the projected articles, or about the magazines that he sucessively edited, especially the New...
Call Number: MS 953
Overview: Research materials collected largely in connection with the preparation of Ernest Warren Lefever's Ph.D. disseration at Yale University, 1956. The bulk of the papers consist of memoirs, reports, and articles about German prisoners of war who had returned from Russia. These were collected in Bremen in 1948. The remainder of the papers contain correspondence and printed matter concerning the re-education of German youth after World War II as produced by the German Youth Activities Section of the...
Call Number: MS 1238
Overview: Correspondence, teaching papers, organization and subject files and writings reflecting various aspects of Somers' career as a teacher of political science at Harvard, Haverford and Princeton (1947-1979), as a member of task forces developing the Medicare program, and as a prolific writer in the field of American health policy. His five books on health care were all written in collaboration with his wife, Anne Ramsay Somers. Correspondence with friends and colleagues is conncentrated on the...