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S-0439 · Série organique · 1919 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: United States Zone (Pasing) Department of Finance and Administration

Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, minutes of meetings and conferences, notes of staff meetings, pay-books, budget control book, travel orders, forms, receipts, progress reports, etc. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: finance and administration; medica; military; personnel; security; voluntary agencies; education and recreation of displaced persons; rehabilitation; UNRRA employees; transportation; clothing; vehicles; etc.

Chan

S-0438 · Série organique · 1945 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: French Zone (Haslach), Department of Field Operations, Welfare Services

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, bulletins, circulars, newspapers, monthly reports, and reports from welfare teams including the following: 583, Ehingen: 588, Calw; 589, Reutlingen; 209, Biberach; 210, Wangen; 578, Lindau; 579, Ravensburg; 580, Tettnang; 581, Leutkirch; 585, Saulgau; 206, Fribourg; 572, Gutach; 678, Lorach; 573, Mulheim; 577, Villingen; 582, Uberlingen; 676, Konstance; 211, Rottweil; 574, Balingen; 2, Landstuhl; 15, Lebach (Kreuzrech); 20, Koblenz (Gniezno); 48, Niederlahnstein; 61, Trier; Kaiserslautern; and Pirmasens. Subjects include welfare meetings; students and universities; zone inspections; nutrition; child welfare; and the Comite Intergouvernemental pour les Refuges.

S-0437 · Série organique · 1941 - 1948
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: United States Zone (Pasing), Department of Field Operations

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, cables, directives, administrative orders, standard operating procedures (SOP), meeting minutes, organizational charts, samples of forms, population and supplies statistics, and reports including periodic statistical and narrative reports and reports from camps and teams. Subjects include: administrative matters; closure; displaced persons including material on teams and camps, children, racial, repatriation, resettlement, tracing and screening.

Bary

S-0436 · Série organique · 1940 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: United States Zone (Pasing), Area Teams

Series consists of directives, weekly, monthly, team, military inspection, inventory and health reports, nominal rolls, personnel materials (lists, evaluations and assignments), photographs, newspapers, displaced person publications, textbooks, tracing lists, organizational charts, correspondence, and memoranda. Special emphasis is placed on Area Team 1046 (Regensburg), Team 120 (Regensburg), Team 717 (Bettenhausen), Area Team 1069 (Rosenheim), and Area Team 1070 (Bad Reichenhall). Subjects include team histories; camp publications; rations; inspections; displaced person schools; camp incidents; team deactivation; and screening. Correspondents include A. T. Berney-Ficklin, District Director; R. J. Blackmore, Field Supervisor; H. C. Bergstrom, Field Supervisor; R. D. Metzger, Field Supervisor; J. H. Whiting, Director, U.S. Zone; R. W. Collins, Chief of Field Operations; Helen Zilka, Chief, Field Operations; C. J. Taylor, Chief, Field Operations; Meyer Cohen, Chief of Operations, Germany.

Novak

S-0435 · Série organique · 1945 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: United States Zone (Pasing), Area Teams

Series consists of Assembly Center and Area Team operational and administrative files for Districts 1, 2, 3, and 5. Materials include memoranda, correspondence, meeting minutes, daily summaries, field inspector's, medical, nutritional, dental, security, status, statistical, and voluntary agency reports, newspapers, administrative forms, and personnel lists. Subjects include deactivated teams; child search teams; St. Ottilien Hospital; Wiesloch Hospital; displaced person hospitals; Struth Children's Center; Jewish Centers; security incidents; camp population; and individual assembly centre and team operations.

Novak