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United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1946) Series
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French Zone - Field Operations of Welfare Services

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.

Central Headquarters in Arolsen - Organization and Management Division

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany: Central Headquarters (Arolsen), Bureau of Finance and Administration

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, periodic reports, budgets, and incoming and outgoing cables relating to personnel and budget matters. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: personnel and monetary budget for the U.S. and French zones; plans for the reorganization of the Central Tracing Bureau; and reorganization of the U.S. zone.

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British Zone - Central Registry - Rhine and Westphalia

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.

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French Zone - Reports Division

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

Series consists of an index to field orders, administrative instructions, displaced persons monthly reports (issued by headquarters), displaced person journals, reports and statistics for teams, circulars and bulletins, artifacts (such as posters, invitations, illustrations, and event programs), photographs (including a photo album documenting Team 211 (Rottweill)), and school textbooks. Subjects include amenity supplies; schools for displaced Baltic and Polish children; the registry system used to file UNRRA paperwork; and voluntary agencies. Correspondents include F. E. Morgan, Chief, German Operations; General F. Lenclud, Director, French Zone; Carl H. Martini, Director, Department of Field Operations; and C. J. Marshall, Assistant-Director, Relief Services.

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British Zone - Land Niedersachsen Regional Zone Headquarters

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)/Germany Mission: British Zone (Lemgo), Central Registry

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes and agendas, and reports containing narrative and statistics relating to the administration and operations of the Land Niedersachsen region. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: displaced persons; education; health; employment; repatriation; tracing; welfare; child search; Operation Westward Ho; labour policy; notes on visits to camps; political propaganda; medical; supply and transport; and the Ukrainian Welfare and Employment Organization.

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