Series consists of covering letters, correspondence and accounts of meetings (photostats) which are German Foreign Ministry records (evidently International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg exhibits), statements (photostats) of USSR prisoners of war who had been German officers in Spain, English language summaries of German Foreign Office documents on microfilm at the United States' Department of State, and a wide variety of additional material, all relating to providing data, as requested, to the Security Council's subcommittee on Spain established in 1946. The primary German Foreign Office correspondents are Franco and Mussolini. Submissions are by Security Council member countries (France, Britain, the United States, and the USSR), and by anti-fascism Spanish bodies (the Basque government, the exiled Spanish Republic, representatives of labour contingents, etc). Unarranged.
Series includes Accession No. 1993/0054.
Series consists of records of the Section, as well as records and documents collected relating to the Atomic Energy Commission. Included are: chronological files (Jan. 1948 to July 1949), correspondence, subject files, "Monthly Survey of Events" (1952-1960), Atomic Energy Commission official documents (1946-1951, extensive set of documents and official records), and petitions (1960-1962). Arranged in the order cited here.
Originating office: Department for Disarmament Affairs (DDA) - Co-ordination and World Disarmament Campaign Section
Petitions from a non-governmental organization, Llamamiento de los Cien Para Seguir Viviendo.
This series contains archives from Centre for Apartheid - Conferences and Seminars
Records cover period 1978-1981
Creating office: DPSCA, Centre for Disarmament (1974-1982)
Transferring office - Department for Disarmament Affairs (1984-
Series consists of correspondence, draft reports, research papers, and printed reference materials relating to a report prepared by the UN Group of Governmental Experts on the relationship between disarmament and development.
Originating office - DPSCA - Office of the USG
Originating Office: DPSCA - Centre for Disarmament
Correspondence and postcards from non-governmental organizations and private citizens.
Administrative history: The Armaments Control and Enforcement Measures Section was previously known as the Conventional Armaments and Enforcement Measures Section.
Series consists of working files and a set of Semi-Monthly Survey of Events (1951-1960). Working files are in no particular arrangement; these are followed by the reports which are arranged chronologically.