2 finding aid(s) found containing the word(s) Anti-fascist movements.

  1. Serials and miscellaneous publications of the underground movements in Europe during World War II, 1936-1945

    103 containers. Linear feet of shelf space occupied: 32.8 linear feet. Approximate number of items: 3,1150 . -- Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    The work is divided into 28 series of serials and miscellaneous publications for the following countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, France, French Territories, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Netherland Territories, Norway, Poland and Yugoslavia. The serials are periodicals with dates, and sometimes issue numbering, while the miscellaneous publications embraces a wide field of political tracts, single handout sheets, private letters, newspaper clippings, posters, etc.... Fourteen countries are represented with each having a section and an additional section for French Territories. There is also an Appendix for German language items addressed to German prisoners of war, and civilians living in the Reich. There is also a small handful of pro-Axis or collaborator publications. All items are arranged alphabetically by title. With the exception of the titles for the Greek Miscellaneous items, which are in English, all publications are entitled as found, with diacritics. Miscellaneous items are defined as follows: a one page work is a flyer, a two page work on one sheet is a leaflet, and anything of greater length is a pamphlet. Please note that there are links for periodical issues and miscellaneous pieces that are located in both the regular and oversize boxes. Part of the collection consists of reproduced materials. Only a few items are also held in the Library’s general collection, and they are designated by LC call number.

  2. Russell Wheeler Davenport papers, 1866-1980

    26,530 items. 107 containers; plus 12 oversize and 1 artifact. 48.6 linear feet. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

    Summary:

    Author, editor, and political activist. Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, writings, speeches, research material, political files, biographical material, photographs, photograph albums, artifacts, and other papers relating primarily to Davenport's career as a writer and editor with Fortune and Life magazines, his involvement with the Republican Party, his work with the Institute for Creative Research, New York, N.Y., his writings including The Dignity of Man (1955), his service in World War I and II, and his personal life.