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Records submitted by Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals

"Sub-fonds consist of the following Series: S-1848 Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials) S-1847 Reports of National Military Tribunals S-1846 Lists of War Criminals, Security Suspects and Witnesses S-1845 Charge Files - Registers - Serial, Registration & National Office Numbers; dates & names of accused"

Poland Mission

Sub-Fonds consists of the following Series:

S-1403: Department of Supply - Accounting Division - Correspondence and Reports
S-1402: Department of Supply Industrial Rehabilitation Division - Correspondence and Reports
S-1401: Department of Supply Food and Agricultural Rehabilitation Division - Correspondence and Reports
S-1400: Department of Supply - Distribution Division - Correspondence and Reports
S-1399: Department of Supply - Office of the Chief of Department - Correspondence
S-1398: Department of Transportation - Reports, Correspondence and Cables
S-1397: Department of Finance and Administration - Accounts and Audit Division - Correspondence, Statements Accounts, Ledgers
S-1396: Department of Finance and Administration - Personnel Division - Correspondence, Budget, Job Descriptions
S-1395: Department of Finance and Administration - Orders and Instructions - European Regional Office (ERO) Administration
S-1394: Office of the Chief of Mission Welfare and Repatriation Division - Correspondence and Reports
S-1393: Office of the Chief of Mission - Health Division SYMBOL - Correspondence
S-1392: Operational Analysis Division - Office of the Chief of Mission Correspondence and Reports
S-1391: Office of the Chief of Mission
S-1390: Central Registry - Subject Files

Offices in France

The records described in the attached list are only a small proportion of the voluminous files that were accumulated in the several Paris offices. Many of them - those dealing with routine matters and the details of transactions, such as travel arrangements, messing lists, shipping receipts, and local personnel records - have been destroyed, either by UNRRA or subsequently by the United Nations. Operating files and some administrative materials pertaining to relief services and displaced persons work were turned over to PCIRO and are presumably now to be found among the IRQ records in the Archives Nationales, Paris. Other displaced persons files, which had been in Paris only briefly while the DP Central Headquarters was there, are now among the records of the Germany Mission.

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