18 Aug 1942, Report on Visit to Detention Stations for Civilian Internees in the United States of America (25-28 Jun 1942); Dr. Max Habicht, Delegate for the War Prisoners of the Legation of Switzerland, Washington, D.C.
“Agreements with enemy countries for the exchange of officials and non-officials.” United States Department of State/Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1942. General; the British Commonwealth; the Far East (1942); p 285-449. University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. Download: frus.frus1942v01.i0011
“German Clandestine Activities in South America in World War II” by David P. Mowrey (NSA) “…presents a thorough account of German intelligence organizations engaged in clandestine work in South America and a well-researched, detailed report of the U.S. response to the perceived threat. This perception was, as Mr. Mowry alludes to in his conclusions, far greater […]
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Letter to a daughter, from Bismarck, ND, 24 September 1944—Adolf Hamann
Letter to family, San Jose, Costa Rica, 17 July 1942—Starr Pait Gurcke