Prisoners of War -- Germany
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: YCAL MSS 787
Scope and Contents: The Edward Davison Papers consist of correspondence, subject files, writings, photographs, personal papers, and printed material that document the military and literary careers of Edward Davison. Significant quantities of material relate to Davison's work with the Army Prisoners of War Special Projects Division. Davison oversaw the re-education of German prisoners of war who were brought to the United States during the Second World War. Other material relates to Davison's literary and academic...
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 1632
Overview: The papers consist of written reminiscences by Angelo Spinelli and printed material relating to Spinelli and his photographs. Of note is an issue of a prisoner of war newsletter entitled "The Pow Wow" dated June 25, 1943.
Call Number: MS 1690
Overview: The papers consist of printed materials and photographs which document the daily activities of American prisoners of war at Stalag III B and the role of Von Fricken as their social welfare officer. F. W. Von Fricken, an officer of the German Supreme Command, served as social welfare officer in charge of American prisoners of war at Stalag III B, Fürstenberg an der Oder, during World War II.