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Abstract Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, financial and military records, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany, relating primarily to educational administration in the United States.
Abstract The materials relate to Niel R. Allen, a Second Lieutenant in the 8th Infantry of the U.S. Army during World War I. Most of the material centers on The Duckboard, a newspaper which Allen helped create, edit, and publish for Camp Pontanezen, France.
Abstract Contains correspondence, speeches, interviews, legal files, subject files, photographs, audio and video recordings, clippings, and notes relating to Allen's work in American politics and government. As a specialist in security and foreign policy, Allen worked on the Nixon and Reagan campaigns and held posts on the National Security Council under each of them. Topics of note include: Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Richard Nixon, foreign policy, national security, political campaigns, Iran...
Abstract Relates to a discussion between R. Allen and Herbert Hoover in the Waldorf Towers on current world affairs.
Abstract Relates to the prospects for German admission to the League of Nations.
Abstract Relates to foreign relations of, and domestic conditions in Turkey.
Abstract Minutes of meetings, reports, correspondence, and statistics, relating to the coordination of Allied food supply and regulation during World War I.
Abstract Printed copies of treaties, relating to the conclusion of World War I. Countries represented include the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Austria, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Romania, and Turkey.
Allied Forces. South West Pacific Area. Allied Geographical Section printed material : Tokyo and Kwanto Plain
Abstract Terrain study no. 132 of the Southwest Pacific Area Allied Geographical Section relating to the geography of Tokyo and the Kwanto Plain area of Honshu Island.
Abstract Allied propaganda broadcast from Italy to Austria. Typed transcript.