Stutz collection, 1928-1944 (inclusive).


Stutz collection, 1928-1944 (inclusive).

Correspondence of Nazi Party officials, including Hitler, Goering, and Goebbels, before and during Hitler's rise to power. Several letters are to Nazi officials from other sources, including one from Cardinal Pacelli, later Pope Pius XII. Letters to Franz Gurtner and Otto George Thierack from Himmler and Heydrich reveal the political intrigue and extra-legal procedure carried on without the knowledge of the Ministry of Justice. English translations of the more important letters have been interfiled with the collection. Includes postcards of Hitler and other officials.

.25 linear ft. (1 box)




SNAC Resource ID: 8022960

Yale University Library

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