Papers, 1933-1971.


Papers, 1933-1971.

Largely consists of organizational records, correspondence, reports, and publications of the American Association for a Democratic Germany and its forerunners New Beginning, American Friends of German Freedom, and Council for a Democratic Germany. There is very little personal material.

7.5 lin. ft. (13 boxes)




SNAC Resource ID: 6964979

University of Oregon Libraries

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