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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-0416 · 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, Volunteer Agencies Section

Series consists of personnel materials (staff assignments, instructions and statistics), transport records and requests, travel regulations and procedures, reports of the American, British and French zones, minutes of the Committee of the Council for Europe, displaced person situation reports, European regional instructions, movement bulletins, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Subjects include the Red Cross; the Jewish Agency for Palestine; the World ORT Union; the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society; Vaad Hahatzalah; the World Jewish Congress; the American Friends Service Committee; the National Catholic Welfare Conference; the International WMCA; the U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children; World Student Relief; Girl/Boy Scouts of the U.S.; the International Rescue and Relief Committee; the World Council of Churches; agencies not under agreement; repatriation campaigns; and illegal movements. Correspondents include Sir Ralph Cilentro, British Zone Director; W. S. Bor, Zone Liaison Officer for Voluntary Agencies; and E. E. Rhatigan, Deputy Director of Operations, European Regional Office.

Novak

Central Headquarters - Medical Section
S-0414 · 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, Medical Section

Series consists of reports of field visits, supply reports, consolidated monthly narrative reports, schedules of courses, memoranda, staff meeting minutes, consolidated communicable disease reports, monthly health reports, medical staff lists (personnel) and correspondence. Subjects include health policies; TB hospitals and sanatoriums; revision of forms for reports on health and communicable diseases; nutrition; dental exams; TB control; Elliot's Palestine Project; and Dr. Zborowski and Dr. Mintek's visits to Poland. Correspondents include E. E. Rhatigan, Deputy Director General, UNRRA; Sir Raphael Cilentro, Chief Medical Officer, UNRRA; and J. Balfour Kirk, Chief Medical Officer, Central Headquarters.

Actual series size: 3 boxes

Novak

S-0609 · Série organique · 1923 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) (1947)

Office of the Special Assistant to the Personal Representative of the Secretary-General, Dr. Ralph Bunche

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, itineraries, proposals, lists and reports. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: displaced persons; Jewish immigration into Palestine; itinerary of the Subcommittee; official documents before and after the establishment of the Mandate and supporting documents; proposals for various solutions to the Palestine problem; and lists of questions to be asked of those giving testimony to the United Nations regarding Palestine. Correspondents include Dr. Ralph Bunch.

S-1192 · Série organique · 1943 - 1947
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-1193 · Série organique · 1945 - 1947
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-0244 · Série organique · 1946 - 1947
Fait partie de United Nations Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG) (1946-present)

UN. Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General - 1946-1961: Cordier

Series consists of minutes of meetings, membership lists, resolutions and reports of the General Assembly relating to the United Nations Committee on United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration - UNRRA, memoranda, letters and cablegrams on contributions to UNRRA and UN-UNRRA relations. The Committee was created in spring of 1946, to facilitate the final stages of UNRRA work and the generation of additional contributions. Also included are Nos. 52 and 58 of The Journal of The United Nations. Correspondents include Chairman of the Committee Sol Bloom, Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary-General on Economic Affairs A. E. Ritchie, diplomatic officials of the contributing countries.