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Captured German and Related Records on Microform in the National Archives - Page 3

Captured German Records Microfilmed at Whaddon Hall, U.K.

Microfilm publications of records of the German Foreign Ministry, 1867-1945; papers of some German diplomats, 1833-1931, and records of the Reichs Chancellery, 1919-1945, are listed immediately below, under the finding aids that describe them. (Descriptions of Microfilm Publication T120 are divided between two catalogs comprising five volumes).

Finding aids: A Catalogue of Files and Microfilms of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1867-1920 (Oxford: 1959) (also available as Microfilm Publication T322, 1 roll); A Catalog of Files and Microfilms of the German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1920-1945, 4 vols. (Hoover Institution, Stanford: 1962-1972); Index of Microfilmed Records of the German Foreign Ministry and Reich's Chancellery Covering the Weimar Period (National Archives, 1958) (also available as Microfilm Publication T407, 1 roll).

  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State. Microfilm Publication T120. 5,485 rolls. (Includes records of the German Foreign Office, 1867-1945, and records of the Reichs Chancellery, 1919-1945).
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from St. Antony's College (Oxford). Microfilm Publication T136. 144 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the University of Michigan. Microfilm Publication T137. 53 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Microfilm Publication T138. 31 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the University of California (AHA, Project I). Microfilm Publication T139. 452 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the University of California (AHA, Project II). Microfilm Publication T140. 17 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the University of California (Special Series). Microfilm Publication T141. 26 rolls.
  • German Foreign Ministry Archives, 1867-1920, Filmed by the American Historical Association. Microfilm Publication T149. 434 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the National de la Recherche Scientifique Belge. Microfilm Publication T246. 16 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Received by the Department of State from the British Museum. Microfilm Publication T264. 2 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Filmed for the University of London. Microfilm Publication T1026. 25 rolls.
  • Records of the German Foreign Office Pertaining to China, 1919-1935. (Filmed at Bonn for the University of Washington). Microfilm Publication T1141. 31 rolls.
  • Microfilms of German Foreign Ministry Records Received by the Department of State on the German White Book, 1939, and from the Swiss Government, Australian Government, The London School of Economics, and for Dr. W. Carlgren, 1888-1920. Microfilm Publication T249. 7 rolls.

Finding aid: List of Archival References to Material in the German Foreign Ministry Archives Filmed Under Grant From the Old Dominion Foundation (American Historical Association Committee for the Study of War Documents, Whaddon Hall, U.K., 1958).

  • Archives of the German Embassy at Washington, 1921-1938 (American Historical Association, Project I). Microfilm Publication T290. 52 rolls. (Roll List available)
  • Papers of German Diplomats (Nachlässe and Asservate), 1833-1931 (American Historical Association, Project II). Microfilm Publication T291. 25 rolls. (Roll List)

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