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Morley traveled extensively in Europe before World War I, and it is from this era that his card collection dates.
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Phonotape sound recordings of interviews of German women from a variety of societal backgrounds, relating to their experiences and recollections of life in Germany during the Nazi period. Used as research material for the book by Alison Owings, Frauen: German Women Recall the Third Reich (New Brunswick, N.J., 1993).
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Copies of letters from William II, relating to European diplomacy before World War I. Includes an autographed portrait of William II in 1912; photographs of William II in Morocco in 1905, with Theodore Roosevelt in 1910, and with Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff during World War I; and curtains from the railroad car of William II.
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Secret protocols of agreements between the German and Soviet governments relating to delineation of spheres of influence in eastern Europe prior to and following the outbreak of World War II. Photocopy.
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Relates to social conditions in Germany and to personal matters.
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Relates to the national socialist regime in Germany.
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Relates to the theme of "The German Search for Role and Identity," including consideration of political, social and economic aspects of both East and West Germany.
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Petitions, applications, memorials, proposals, and presentations, submitted by various companies, persons, organizations, and local governments, for deliberation and consideration, December 1928-December 1929.
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Correspondence, memoranda, directives, press releases, clippings, and serial issues, relating to the editorial direction of national socialist newspapers in Germany, and to general political conditions. Includes correspondence of national socialist newspapers outside Berlin with their Berlin editors.
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Correspondence, autographed book, newsletter, photograph, and clippings, relating to the career and economic views of H. Schacht.