German War Documents Project: German Foreign Ministry and other related archives: Microfilm Copies

Reference:
GFM 34
Title:
German War Documents Project: German Foreign Ministry and other related archives: Microfilm Copies
Description:

Microfilm copies of the records in GFM 33 and GFM 36, and also of documents captured from the Japanese embassy in Rome, 1915 to 1943; captured records of German agencies operating in Italy and reporting to the Ministry for Armaments and War Production, 1943 to 1945; and a small number of miscellaneous German documents.

Date:
1854-1945
Arrangement:

The series is arranged according to serial numbers reflecting the order in which the captured records were first copied. The microfilms in this series were renumbered from a preexisting sequence recorded in several manuscript ledgers (see GFM 1/45-48).

Separated Material:
Items noted as wanting in pieces 45-48 are mainly films which were removed at various dates from the collection held by the Foreign [and Commonwealth] Office, and may now be found at the Imperial War Museum, for example documents relating to the Nuremberg War Trials, or technical documents in the former Ministry of Technology collection.
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in The National Archives:   GFM 30
Legal status:
Public Record
Physical description:
5588 microform
Access conditions:
Available in microform only

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