World War ll, Collected Materials, 1939-1946 | Archives & Special Collections, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries
Included in the collection are the following materials:
Folder 1, Bible News Flashes, 1942, published in Minneapolis, Minnesota and interprets World War II in as the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy; Inside Germany, 1943, Jan. 24, anti-Nazi cartoon flier with quotations from Nazis glorifying Germany; Information Service, 1943, Apr. 24, bulletin newsletter by the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ with documentation on the holocaust. U.S. Navy Department Communique, 1943, March-May, series of press releases from the U.S. Navy Department on U.S. naval operations against Japan. War ration coupon book, 1943, containing ration stamps and misc. ration coupons; ESRF Calling, 1944, Oct. 19, distributed by the European Student Relief Fund. Frontpost, 1944, Oct. 27, German-language publication by U.S. troops in West Europe. Christmas, 1944, is a 1944 Christmas greetings card from U.S. forces to the people of the Philippines. Germany Today, 1945, June 21, July 7, is a World War II newsletter published in New York by the German American, Inc. KZ Bildbericht, 1945, is an U.S. Army publication containing graphic photos of Nazi genocide in five death camps. The Berlin Bullies, is an undated baseball world series scorecard with anti-Nazi photos and messages.
Folder 2, contains several booklets, including How Hitler Made the War, 1939. The Polish Relief Situation is a U. S. government document with remarks of Congressman John Lesinski on the deportation of Poles by the German occupation. Facts about the United Nations was by the News Bureau of the Office of War Information, May 1943. Palestine at War is a 1943 booklet by the Zionist Organization of America (Washington, D. C.) Foreign-Born Americans and the War is a 1943 pamphlet about the need for foreign-born Americans to support the allied war effort. Time Has Come for Action, a 1944 booklet, published by the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The Spanish Government and the Axis, a March 1946 U.S. Department of State booklet. Primer of American Defense is an undated booklet issued by the Committee to Defend America the. Unknown Europe, an undated booklet, is a British publication calling for intervention in the affairs of agricultural European countries, which were then the victims of Nazi aggression.