Catalogue description German War Documents Project: German Foreign Ministry Archives: Miscellanea

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Reference: GFM 19
Title: German War Documents Project: German Foreign Ministry Archives: Miscellanea

Copies of files from the captured German Foreign Ministry Archives, filmed for the German War Documents Project, and selected by various individuals and institutions, relating to:

The death of the Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria, 1888 to 1889; the case of Arthur Beyer, 1941 to 1942; the United States Embassy in Berlin, 1916; the Franco-Prussian War and the proposal to set a Hohenzollern prince on the Spanish throne, 1870 to 1912

The Netherlands, Germany and the Dutch colonies in Asia, 1879 to 1918

The Netherlands, the Dutch Royal House, and Dutch-German relations, 1869 to 1918

Permission for Heinrich von Sybel to use the German Foreign Office Archives, 1870 to 1896; the Jews in various countries, 1942 to 1945

France and Franco-German relations, 1894 to 1900

Asia, Persia, and Turkey 1879 to 1915

Yugoslavia and its inhabitants, the German diplomatic and other representatives in Zagreb, 1936 to 1944

Arrangements for assembly and custody of the current papers of the Ministry of Propaganda, 1938; the German Embassies in Washington, Copenhagen and Vienna

Swiss affairs, 1889 to 1918

Sweden and the Swedish position during the First World War, 1905 to 1918

Persia, Turkey and Afghanistan, 1914 to 1918

Europe, France and Italy, 1867 to 1876, all relating to Arnim and Bismarck

Extracts from the personal files of Graf Ulrich Brockdorff-Rantzau, 1920 to 1929

The Second World War, including occupied countries.

Date: 1870-1945
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Physical description: 79 microform
Access conditions: Available in microform only unless otherwise stated

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