Finding Aid to Papers of Katherine Fite Lincoln at the Truman Presidential Library, National Archives and Records Administration, Independence, Missouri
Katherine Fite Lincoln (formerly Katherine Boardman Fite) served as an assistant to Justice Robert H. Jackson in the Office of the United States Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality from July through December, 1945. Fite assisted in the preparation of evidence and arguments for the use in the trials of Nazi leaders. The Katherine Fite Lincoln Papers include descriptive letters written to her parents while engaged in her historic assignment.
Approximately 240,000 pages of original FBI files related to WWII crimes
located and declassified under the Disclosure Acts. These materials address
categories such as espionage, foreign counterintelligence, domestic security,
Finding Aid to FBI
Files released under the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act and the Japanese
Imperial Government Disclosure Act
Approximately 60,000 pages of material comprised of documentation from several
CIA filing systems provide information on wartime crimes; the post-war search
for, contact with, and intelligence use of war criminals and Nazi collaborators;
and new information on the workings of U.S. intelligence during the early
Cold War. Information is organized under the names of 788 individuals and
subjects found in response to many thousands of search terms and subject matter
guidance provided to the Agency by the IWG.