German War Documents Project: German Foreign Ministry Archives: Repertoria and Other Means of Reference

Reference:
GFM 1
Title:
German War Documents Project: German Foreign Ministry Archives: Repertoria and Other Means of Reference
Description:

This series contains an assortment of means of reference to German Foreign Ministry records. These include lists of the files of the Political Department of the German Foreign Ministry; a survey of the deficiencies in the collection of German Foreign Ministry documents in the custody of the Foreign Office/State Department; indexes to microfilms relating to Yugoslav affairs made for the Government of that country; miscellaneous films made at Whaddon Hall; a list of the Biro RAM films; two lists of documents returned to Germany unfilmed

There are also plans of the organization and pamphlets on the personnel of the German Foreign Ministry, 1920 to 1945 (these being copies of German Foreign Ministry Official Publications).

The rest of the series consists of microfilm log books, giving serial and frame numbers of documents filmed, and data sheets summarising the documents.

Date:
1866-1945
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Copies held at:
The University of California Library's Photographic Laboratory has the negative film of the Repertoria and of the Archives. For information concerning availability of positive films, consult the Documents Department, University of California Library, Berkeley.
Legal status:
Public Record
Physical description:
153 microform and volumes
Access conditions:
Available in microform only unless otherwise stated

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