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S-0423 · 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: British Zone (Lemgo), Central Registry

Series consists of monthly assembly center and district reports, repatriation statistics, Manpower board minutes, displaced person labor reports, vocational training reports, routine orders, executive instructions, identity cards, medical and nursing reports, personnel lists, correspondence, and memoranda. Subjects include regional conferences; rations; repatriation of Baltics and Yugoslavs; employment policies; the Baltic Advisory Council; the relationship between military government and UNRRA regional headquarters; the relationship between the Soviet liaison offices and UNRRA; voluntary agencies; children's homes; the Blomburg Musical Center; the theft of identity cards; and displaced person arts and crafts exhibitions. Correspondents include Sir F. E. Morgan, Chief of Operations, Germany; Sir Raphael Cilento, Director, British Zone; and Brig. T. J. King, Regional Director.

Novak

S-0419 · 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, Office of the Director

Series consists of case files of voluntary agencies, bulletins, team photographs, correspondence (including Casernes-Ecoles letters), and memoranda. Subjects include the Anglo-American Committee for Palestine (and other voluntary agencies; the Mission Poloneise de Repatriement; French zone detachments; the administration of displaced persons; Service de Sante; Secretariat operations; and supply and transport. Correspondents include F. E. Morgan, Chief, German Operations; Carl H. Martini, Director, Department of Field Operations; General F. Lenclud, Director, French Zone; and C. J. Marchal, Assistant-Director, Relief Services.

Novak

S-0412 · Série organique · 1944 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: Central Headquarters (Arolsen), Department of Field Operations, Reports and Analysis Division

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, meeting and conference minutes, copies of draft and final resolutions, operations reports, blank applications for tracing displaced persons, personnel materials (including job descriptions and salary schedules), daily summary reports, Central Tracing Bureau policies and procedures, technical instructions, British and United States Zone administrative orders, team bulletins, narrative and statistical reports, situation reports, and newspaper clippings. Subjects include the reporting requirements of the European Regional Office; the operation of the German, Austrian and International Red Cross; operating procedures for the United States Tracing Bureau; unaccompanied children; the Child Welfare Conference of 1946; the Allied Central Authority; and the PCIRO (Preparatory Commission of the International Refugee Organization). Correspondents include Lieut.-General F. E. Morgan, Chief of Operations, Germany; Jay B. Krane, Chief, Reports and Analysis Division; Carl H. Martini, Director, Department of Field Operations; and E. E. Rhatigan, Director, Displaced Person Operations for Germany.

Novak

S-0410 · 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: Central Headquarters in Arolsen, Office of the Chief and Deputy Chief

Series consists of correspondence, press releases, press clippings, photographs, radio and conference transcripts, labor reports, incident reports, statements, British and American monthly zone reports, staff lists, and administrative memoranda. Subjects include child tracing; the Citizens' Committee on Displaced Persons; the takeover of UNRRA by the CCG (Control Commission for Germany); camp incidents (including theft and black market activities); repatriation; and the Preparatory Committee for the International Refugee Organization. Correspondents include Sydney M. Morrell, Chief of Public Information; Roman Flohr, Director, Central Tracing Bureau; Major-General E. D. Fanshawe, UNRRA Zone Director; and G. E. McCandlish, Chef de Cabinet.

Novak

British Zone Headquarters
S-0406 · Série organique · 1944 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration UNRRA/Germany Mission: British Zone in Lemgo

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, periodic reports including narrative description and statistics, meeting minutes, and policy and procedures relating to the administration and operations of the British Zone. The series consists of the following subjects: protective officer; finance; travel; transport; administration; communications and records; property accounting; personnel; field operations; employment; volunteer services; child search; eligibility and care; repatriation; reports and statistics; Celle Field Supervisor; and unclassified subject files including medical officer, employment, finance, supply and transport, area teams, and teams.

Bary

Subject files
S-0981 · Série organique · 1940 - 1946
Fait partie de United Nations Conference on International Organization (UNCIO) (1945)

Series arranged in sub-series as follows: General files (including miscellaneous publications), public interest correspondence (including correspondence of Mr. Alger Hiss), administrative papers, progress reports, and presentation material. Sub-series arranged alphabetically.

S-1188 · Série organique · 1943 - 1946
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

The first organization plan of the Bureau of Supply (Bureau of Supply Order No. 2, c. January 1944) contained provision for a Requirements and Allocations Division. After 15 April 1944, it operated as two branches, a Requirements Co-ordination Branch, and an Allocations Co-ordination Branch, (Bureau of Supply Order No. 8). The two were again joined (Bureau of Supply Order No. 8, Supp. 7) on 12 October 1944. On 13 July 1945 (Bureau of Supply Bulletin No. 34) the Branch was abolished, and its functions were taken over by the new Country Programs Division. The new Division took over some of the functions and staff of the 'area desks' of the former Bureau of Areas.
The functions of the office were, briefly, to act in a staff and liaison capacity in connection with the computation of supply requirements and the preparation of requests for allocations, and in the development of coordinated requirements programs. It was divided into four major units: an Executive Office; a Programming Branch, responsible for drawing up and coordinating a broad program of supply operations by balancing the needs and requests of receiving countries against available resources of funds and supplies; an Operations Branch, principally occupied with preparing and maintaining current records and reports of the progress of the program; and a Country Desk Branch, consisting mainly of liaison officers responsible for coordinating the work of the various Supply Bureau divisions with respect to individual countries and for assisting the Mission heads and the Washington representatives of those countries.
When liquidation began, the Country Programs Division was abolished on 1 August 1947, and its remaining functions were assumed by the new Residual Operations and Records Division (General Bulletin No. 277). This was in turn succeeded on 1 April 1948 by the Division of Residual Supply Activities (AO 103, Supp. 21).

S-1194 · Série organique · 1944 - 1946
Fait partie de United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1949)

The first organization plan of the Bureau of Supply (Bureau of Supply Order No. 2, c. January 1944) contained provision for a Requirements and Allocations Division. After 15 April 1944, it operated as two branches, a Requirements Co-ordination Branch, and an Allocations Co-ordination Branch, (Bureau of Supply Order No. 8). The two were again joined (Bureau of Supply Order No. 8, Supp. 7) on 12 October 1944. On 13 July 1945 (Bureau of Supply Bulletin No. 34) the Branch was abolished, and its functions were taken over by the new Country Programs Division. The new Division took over some of the functions and staff of the 'area desks' of the former Bureau of Areas.
The functions of the office were, briefly, to act in a staff and liaison capacity in connection with the computation of supply requirements and the preparation of requests for allocations, and in the development of coordinated requirements programs. It was divided into four major units: an Executive Office; a Programming Branch, responsible for drawing up and coordinating a broad program of supply operations by balancing the needs and requests of receiving countries against available resources of funds and supplies; an Operations Branch, principally occupied with preparing and maintaining current records and reports of the progress of the program; and a Country Desk Branch, consisting mainly of liaison officers responsible for coordinating the work of the various Supply Bureau divisions with respect to individual countries and for assisting the Mission heads and the Washington representatives of those countries.
When liquidation began, the Country Programs Division was abolished on 1 August 1947, and its remaining functions were assumed by the new Residual Operations and Records Division (General Bulletin No. 277). This was in turn succeeded on 1 April 1948 by the Division of Residual Supply Activities (AO 103, Supp. 21).

Cables
S-0929 · Série organique · 1945 - 1946
Fait partie de Preparatory Commission of the United Nations (1945-1946)

Series comprises the incoming and outgoing clear cables of the Preparatory Commission, which communicated with member states and its internal administration on matters at hand. Arranged in small groupings (e.g., regarding site selection), and therein chronologically.

Committee minutes (1945-1946)
S-0931 · Série organique · 1945 - 1946
Fait partie de Preparatory Commission of the United Nations (1945-1946)

Series consists of the minutes of the Preparatory Commission First to Eighth Committees and the Executive Committee. Minutes of the Site Sub-Committee are also included. The majority are verbatim minutes, with summary records of the First and Fourth Committees appended to the series. Arranged in committee number order, followed by the Site Sub-Committee, then the Executive Committee, and therein chronologically.