M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL EMIGRE COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
John H. E. Fried Papers, 1911-1990

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M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
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VOLUME: 40 cubic feet.

ACQUISITION: The bulk of the materials in the collection were donated by John H. E. Fried in February 1988. Additional materials were added to the collection after Fried’s death in 1990 by his widow, Nancy Buckley Fried. , M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives,

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted.

COPYRIGHT: Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and folder list:


John H. E. Fried Papers
Biographical Sketch

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John H. E. Fried (1905-1990), lawyer, professor and human rights activist, came to the United States in 1938 from Vienna, Austria shortly after its annexation by Hitler. Before immigrating to the United States, Fried, who received his Doctor of Law and Political Science from the University of Vienna in 1930, was a member of the Vienna Bar and also served a five-year term as panel member of the Vienna Labor Relations Court.

Upon his arrival in New York in the summer of 1938, Fried joined the Institute for Social Research of Columbia University. During the course of the next few years, he wrote three highly acclaimed books (The Guilt of the German Army, 1942; The Significance of Democracy: Constitutional Developments and Labor Relations in Austria, 1944; and The Exploitation of Foreign Labor by Germany, 1945), obtained a Ph.D. in Public Law and Government from Columbia University, held posts as Research Associate at Columbia University and the New School for Social Research, taught at City College and the Extension Department of Columbia, and became a senior official of the international secretariat of the International Labor Organization (I.L.O.), located in Montreal, Canada.

In January of 1947, the U.S. War Department requested Fried's services for a three-month survey of certain aspects of the law of war, and to serve as Consultant to the U.S. Secretary of War, assigned to the U.S. War Crimes Tribunals in Nuremberg, Germany. In March 1947, Fried was asked to remain in Nuremberg as Special Legal Consultant to the U.S. Judges at the trials, to advise on questions relating to all aspects of the law of war and war crimes, crimes against humanity and crimes against peace, as well as many other questions of international law. After the trials ended in Spring 1949, Fried, by decision of all presiding judges, was made their representative for the preparation of the official U.S. government publication of these trials. He was transferred to the Judge Advocate General's Office, Department of the Army, The Pentagon, where he worked until the end of 1950. The proceedings of the 12 trials were published in 14 volumes, Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals (Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950-1953), with the introduction to each of the twelve cases stating: "John H. E. Fried, Special Legal Consultant to the Tribunals, reviewed and approved the selection and arrangement of the material as the designated representative of the Nuremberg Military Tribunals."

Over the next three decades, Fried held academic positions at the City College of New York, Columbia University, Pittsburgh University, the New School for Social Research (NY), and from 1968 until his retirement as Professor of Political Science at the Lehman College, Graduate Faculty of the City University of New York. He continued to serve the international community, working for the United Nations in various capacities, as Legal Officer and Program Officer of the Technical Assistance Administration of the U.N., as Legal Advisor (on international law) to the Government of Nepal, and lastly as U.N. Non-Governmental Organization Representative of the Foundation for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court.

In addition to his book publications, Fried presented numerous lectures and papers at universities, national and international conferences. Seven papers were selected from the John H.E. Fried Papers and published in 1994 as Toward a Right to Peace. Selected Papers of John H. E. Fried. With a foreword by Roger S. Clark (Northampton, MA: Aletheia Press, c1994). Additional collections of materials pertaining to John H. E. Fried are located at the Leo Baeck Institute (NY) and the Simon Wiesenthal Center of Yeshiva University of Los Angeles.

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1905 Born 12 November, Vienna, Austria

1924-1929 Educated at Univ.of Vienna, Dept.of Law and Political Science

1930 Dr. of Law and Political Science, Vienna Univ.

1938 summer, arrival in the U.S.

1938-1940 Research Associate, Inst. of Social Research, Columbia Univ.

1940-1942 Research Associate, New School for Social Research, N.Y.C.

1942-1943 Instructor, Dept. of Political Science, City College

1944 January, becomes U.S. citizen

1944-1946 Senior member of the Secretariat, International Labor Office, Montreal

1946-1949 Special Legal Consultant to the Judges, U.S. War Crimes Tribunals, Nuremburg, U.S. Zone of Germany

1949-1950 (part-time) Expert, Div.of Human Rts., U.N., N.Y.C. and Expert, Judge Advocate General's Office, U.S. Dept. of the Army, Washington, D.C.

1949-1950 Instructor, Dept.of Political Science, City College, CUNY

1951-1954 Legal Officer and Program Officer, Technical Assistance Administration, U.N., N.Y.C.

1955-1963 (part-time) Member of the Faculty, New School for Social Research, N.Y.C.

1954-1963 (part-time) Adjunct Professor of Political Science, N.Y.Univ.

1963-1968 (interrupted by assignment to Nepal-see below) Adjunct Professor of Political Science, City College, CUNY

1964-1966 United Nations Expert on Int'l. Law, assigned to the Government of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal

1966-1970 Legal Consultant to the Somalia delegation at the U.N.

1968- 1976 Professor of Political Science, Lehman College, and Graduate Faculty, City University of New York.

1990 Died 18 December


John H. E. Fried Papers
Scope & Content Note

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The John H. E. Fried Papers consist of 40 cubic feet of materials. The collection includes his professional correspondence, copies of his published and unpublished writings (manuscripts, typescripts, reprints and books), texts of numerous speeches and lectures (published and unpublished), personal documents, teaching materials, as well as Fried's research collections on topics relating to global human rights problems and remedies. His work in this area spanned more than four decades, from his service as Consultant to the Nuremberg judges through his later membership on the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, and includes his time at the International Labour Organization in Montreal, Canada, as well as his affiliations with the United Nations, working as a legal consultant to the governments of Somalia and Nepal. Fried's correspondence includes: professional correspondence concerning publications, lectures, and professional organizations; correspondence with other legal scholars, including Leo Gross, Harold D. Lasswell, Hans Kelsen, Quincy Wright; correspondence with statesmen (Wallace McClure, State Dept.), political figures (Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger), and notable individuals, including physicist Viktor Weisskopf, writer Erich von Kahler, social scientists Arvid Brodersen and Erich Fromm, scholar Léon Poliakov, and former Nuremberg judges, including the last surviving trial judge, Judge WilliamWilkins.


John H. E. Fried Papers
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Series 1: Biographical materials and documents, 1911-1990. 51 file folders. Arranged chronologically.

This series consists of early school and career documents from Vienna, records and correspondence documenting Fried’s arrival and early years in the U.S., employment searches, as well as records of his appointments to positions with the U.S. Army and the United Nations. Also included in this series are texts of radio interviews given by Fried, 1949-1975.

Series 2: Correspondence and typescripts related to the UNESCO book project, primarily 1949-1952 (published 1955, under the title: The Third Reich). 88 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 2 cubic feet

John H. E. Fried served as Legal Officer and Program Officer of the United Nations Technical Assistance Administration, headquartered in New York City, from 1951-1954. The series contains some correspondence, primarily concerning personnel matters, as well as memoranda and agreements dated 1948-1954.

Series 3: United Nations Technical Assistance Administration (U.N.T.A.A.), 1950-1954. 8 folders, arranged chronologically.  

This series contains correspondence and typescripts associated with the UNESCO book project, The Third Reich (1955). The correspondence is predominantly from the years, 1949-1952, although the inclusive dates of the entire series are 1938 to 1984. The typescripts are in English, French and German.

Series 4: Nepal, 1964-1966. 61 file folders. Correspondence arranged alphabetically; memoranda arranged chronologically. 

Nepal, 1964-1966. 61 file folders. Correspondence arranged alphabetically; memoranda arranged chronologically.

This series contains primarily correspondence conducted by Fried during his years of service as United Nations Expert on International Law assigned to the Government of Nepal. Fried was located in Kathmandu, Nepal, 1964-1966. Included in this series are letters to relatives and especially letters to and from his first wife (Edrita), who became ill in Nepal and was forced to return to the U.S.

Series 5: Somalia / French Somaliland, 1966-1970. 48 file folders, arranged chronologically. 

John Fried served as Legal Consultant to the Somalia delegation at the U.N. from 1966-1970. This series contains primarily reports composed by Fried on various issues dealing with Somalia / French Somaliland.

Series 6: Vietnam and International Law and the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, 1965-1990. 76 file folders, arranged chronologically; correspondence arranged alphabetically 

This series is divided into two sections. The first section contains typescripts and correspondence concerning Fried’s collaborative work with Richard A. Falk entitled Vietnam and International Law. An Analysis of the Legality of the U.S. Military Involvement, published in 1967. The second section deals with Fried’s activities with the with the Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam (1965-1975) and later with the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy (1981-1990). The series contains correspondence, as well as agenda, minutes of meetings and public statements.

Series7: General correspondence, 1938-1990. 319 file folders, arranged alphabetically in four sub-categories 

The general correspondence files are arranged in four sub-categories: Fried’s correspondence with former Nuremberg judges (17 file folders), general correspondence with individuals (201 file folders), correspondence with publishers (40 file folders), and correspondence with organizations (61 file folders).

Series 8: Teaching materials, 1940-1976. 108 file folders, arranged chronologically. 

This series consists primarily of course notes and outlines, and also contains correspondence with administration and other faculty members, student papers and evaluations.

Series 9: Case files, 1960-1988. 28 file folders, arranged chronologically. 

This series contains notes, clippings and correspondence relating to legal cases, in which Fried was either consulted or gave testimony. Included in the series are materials pertaining to several high profile cases, including the cases against Dr. Benjamin Spock and Klaus Barbie.

Series 10: Writings of John H. E. Fried, 1931-1990.  

This series has been divided into 9 sub-series: (1) Publications by John H. E. Fried, 1931-1990; (2) Speeches, 1931-1990; (3) Conferences; (4) Time Magazine/Fortune contributions, 1943-1944; (5) International Labour Office, Montreal, Canada, 1942-1954; (6) Yivo Institute project, 1955-1963; (7) Brookings Institute Study, 1959-1963; (8) Nuremberg book project; (9) Other manuscripts; and (10) Notes on various subjects.

SubSeries 1: Publications by John H. E. Fried,252 file folders. 1929-1990

The series is divided into essayistic contributions, reviews, encyclopedia articles, and early translations by Fried from Italian into German. The essays and translations are arranged chronologically, while reviews and encyclopedia articles are arranged alphabetically by author and title.

SubSeries 2: Speeches, 1931-1989 113 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This sub-series includes speeches delivered at conferences, at university gatherings, as well as private lectures.

SubSeries 3: Conferences, 1944-1990. 52 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This sub-series contains conference materials, programs and correspondence relating to conferences attended by John Fried.

SubSeries 4: Time Magazine/Fortune, 1943-1944. 6 file folders

This sub-series contains short reports written by Fried for Time Magazine/Fortune, international news cables, correspondence, and the text of an article on the International Labour Office published by Fortune.

SubSeries 5: International Labour Office, Montreal, Canada, 1942-1954. 8 file folders.

This series contains correspondence and reports prepared by Fried during and after his tenure at the International Labour Office in Montreal, Canada. Included in this series are the manuscript, background materials, and reviews of Fried’s Exploitation of Foreign Labour by Germany, published in 1945 by the International Labour Office.

SubSeries 6: Yivo Institute Regesta Diplomatica Research Project, 1955-1963. 6 file folders.

This series contains materials pertaining to the “Regesta Diplomatica” project, worked on by Fried while acting as a consultant for the Yivo Institute for Jewish Research.

SubSeries 7: Brookings Institution Study, 1959-1963. 6 file folders.

The purpose of this study, financed by the Brookings Institute, was to investigate the financial impact on the city hosting the offices of the United Nations.

SubSeries 8: Nuremberg book project, ca. 1967-1975. 52 file folders.

This series contains materials and texts for what Fried called his “Nuremberg book project,” which he formally titled Human Rights and International Justice. The book was never published although Fried continued to work on various versions of the text over many years.

SubSeries 9: Manuscripts, 1929-1986. 138 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains typescripts of unpublished (or unidentified) writings and includes many articles dating from Fried’s early years in the United States (early 1940s).

SubSeries 10: Notes on various topics. 50 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

Series 11: Reprints and typescripts by other authors. 154 file folders, arranged alphabetically by author.  

This series contains typescripts, reprints and clippings of articles by other authors, which in most cases were sent to Fried by the author. Many of the items are autographed and commented by the author.

Series 12: Files on various topics. 143 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series contains newspapers clippings, magazine articles and other materials collected by Fried on topics of interest such as: nuclear weapons and disarmament, militarism, international law, and human rights. The collection also contains materials on countries and regions, such as: Cuba, Chile, Vietnam, Korea, Israel, Palestine, Iran, Micronesia and the Soviet Union.

Series 13: Periodicals. 7 file folders, arranged alphabetically.  

Several incomplete sets of periodicals, most containing annotations by Fried were retained in the collection.

Series 14: Pamphlets. 4 archive boxes, unsorted.  

The collection of pamphlets is extensive and contains pamphlets on most of the subject areas in which Fried was interested. These include: Vietnam and Southeast Asia, Nuclear war and disarmament, the United Nations and treaties, Somalia, Bangladesh, Cuba, Chile, Korea, Israel, Palestine and the Middle East, the Soviet Union, Human Rights, Rights of the Child and Women’s Rights.


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Series 1: Biographical materials and documents, 1911-1990.

Box 1
Folder

1. Documents, 1911-1938.
2. Student records, documents, 1917-1928.
3. Student notebooks, Vienna University, 1927-1929.
4. Permissions to practice law, Vienna, 1930-1938.
5. Emigration documents, 1938.
6. Correspondence re: emigration.
7. Early contacts in the U.S., 1938-1939.
8. Recommendations, 1938-1939.
9. Letters of recommendation, 1938-1963.
10. Rosenthal, Karl August. Emigration efforts by Fried, 1938-1940.
11. Türkel, Helene. Emigration efforts by Fried, 1939-1941.
12. Türkel, Helene. Correspondence with Fried, 1938-1941.
13. Columbia University, student years, 1939-1941.
14. Columbia University, Ph.D. degree, 1942.
15. Naturalization, 1942.
16. Employment inquiries, 1943.
17. Applications for teaching positions, 1940s-1950s (A – K).
18. Applications for teaching positions, 1940s-1950s (L – Z).
19. Selective Service documents, 1940-1944.
20. Ration cards, 1944.
21. Department of the Army, employment records, 1946-1951.
22. Employment inquiries, records, U.N., 1946-1957.
23. Consultant to the U.N. on Human Rights (1949-1951). Correspondence, 1947-1953, including Egon Schwelb, John P. Humphrey, George Brand.
24. “Tentative Outline for a Projected Study on The Protection of Basic Human Rights Through International Judicial Procedure (The Nurenberg Trials),” dated May 7, 1949.
25. Personnel forms, 1951-1959.
26. Leases on property, 1951-1978.
27. Department of State, Employment applications, records, 1951-1956.
28. U.N. Loyalty check, correspondence, documents, 1953.
29. Department of Defense, personnel records, 1962.
30. United Nations Technical Assistance Board, personnel records, 1963-1966; see also Series 3 – Nepal.
31. Records of burglary, Sept. 2, 1968.
32. Affidavit by John Fried, Sept. 1969.
33. Marriage certificate, John Fried’s second marriage to Nancy Margaret Buckley, May 22, 1984.
34. Addresses.
35. Curriculum vitae.
36. Memberships.
37. Scrapbook clippings, The Guilt of the German Army.
38. Scrapbook clippings, 1940s-1950s.
39. Clippings about Fried, 1940s.
40. Clippings about Fried, 1950s.
41. Clippings about Fried, 1960s.
42. Clippings about Fried, 1970s.
43. Clippings about Fried, 1980s.
44. Radio interviews, 1949-1953.
45. Radio interview on P.O.W.s, WBAI, August 1972.
46. Trial at Nuremberg, National Project Center for Film and the Humanities, 1973.
47. Alan Douglas Show, NBC, May 10, 1973.
48. Hanoi Radio interview, Jan. 1974.
49. Interview on Hanoi trip, WBAI, Feb. 7, 1974.
50. Radio talk on the Electronic Battlefield, undated.
51. Interview on Vietnam, WBAI, Jan. 27, 1975.


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Series 2: Correspondence and typescripts related to the UNESCO book project, primarily 1949-1952 (published 1955, under the title: The Third Reich)

Box 2
Folder

1. The Third Reich. Reviews, 1955-1956.
2. General correspondence, 1949-1955.
3. Almond, Gabriel, 1950-1951.
4. Angell, Robert C., 1950.
5. Arndt, Hinz, 1950.
6. Bauer, Riccardo, 1950-1960.
7. Bauer, Riccardo. “Birth of Fascism in Italy,” 1949.
8. Bauer, Riccardo. “Strumenti e Metodi del Fascismo” / “Instruments et methods du fascism,” 1950.
9. Baumont, Maurice, 1950.
10. Betz, Werner, 1950-1952.
11. Betz, Werner, “Die Sprache des Nationalsozialismus.”
12. Brodersen, Arvid, 1948-1958.
13. Calamandrei, Piero, 1949-1952.
14. de Franz, Marie Anne, 1949-1951.
15. de Jong, Louis, 1950-1957, 1975.
16. D’Entreves, A.P., 1950.
17. d’Harcourt, Robert, 1950.
18. Dicks, Henry V., 1950.
19. d’Ormesson, Jean, 1951-1960.
20. Einaudi, Mario, 1950-1954.
21. Fawtier, Robert, 1949-1951.
22. Fink, Troels, 1950.
23. Forell, Birger, 1950.
24. Forell, Birger. “The Attitude of Nationalsocialism to the Protestant Churches in Germany” / “Die Stellungnahme des Nationalsozialismus zu den evangelischen Kirchen in Deutschland.”
25. Franck, Louis R., 1950-1952.
26. Franck, L. “Diagnostic Economique et Social du Fascisme et du National-Socialisme,” title page only.
27. Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., 1955.
28. Fuerth, F. M., 1950.
29. Godchot, J. E., 1949.
30. Grasso, Frank, 1950-1951.
31. Grégoire, F., 1950-1951.
32. Grumbach, Salomon, 1950.
33. Hammerich, Louis L., 1950-1951.
34. Heindl, Richard, 1951.
35. Higgins, Benjamin, 1950-1954.
36. Johansson, Harry, 1950.
37. Jucker, Selina, 1950-1953.
38. Klineberg, Otto, 1949-1954, 1984.
39. Kramer, Gerhard F., 1950-1952.
40. Kramer, Gerhard F. “De l’influence du national-socialisme sur les systems judiciaire et policier.”
41. Kramer, Gerhard F. “Die Lenkung des Organismus der Gesetzesanwendung” / “The Manipulation of the Legal Apparatus.”
42. Lange, Oskar, 1950.
43. LaPiana, George, 1950-1951.
44. LaPiana, George. “Fascism and the Vatican. Methods of Action and Propaganda.”
45. Lasswell, Harold D., 1945-1954, 1957-1969.
46. Latte, Kurt, 1950.
47. Lefebvre, Henri, 1950-1951.
48. Lefebvre, Henri. “L’esthetique du fascism.”
49. Lukacs, George, 1950.
50. Marinesco, Marica, 1950.
51. Mehta, Mohan Sinha, 1950-1951.
52. Menon, P. N., 1951.
53. Milano, Paolo, 1950.
54. Money-Kyrle, R. E.,1950.
55. Myrdal, Alva, 1950-1952.
56. Pachter, Henry M., 1950-1952, 1980.
57. Pachter, Henry. “Characteristic Devices of Nazi and Fascist Propaganda for the Conquest of Power.”
58. Polanyi, Karl, 1950.
59. Poliakoff (Poliakov), Léon, 1949-1968.
60. Poliakoff, L. “L’Instrument de l’Antisemitisme.”
61. Prenant, Prof., 1950.
62. Quintanilla, Louis (Ambassador), 1950-1955.
63. Rueff, Jacques, 1949-1951.
64. Salvemini, Gaetano, 1938-1951.
65. Salvemini, Gaetano. “Fascist Propaganda.”
66. Salvemini, Gaetano. Publications.
67. Schokking, J. J., 1951.
68. Schokking, J. J. “Nazism’s Way to Success.”
69. Schweitzer, Arthur, 1950-1954.
70. Schweitzer, Arthur. “Nazification of the Middle Class.”
71. Scott, Frank, 1950.
72. Scott, John MacCallum, 1950.
73. Segerstedt, Torgny, 1950.
74. Seidenberger, George, 1950.
75. Sen, S. N., 1951-1953.
76. Smith, D. Mack, 1950.
77. Sturzo, Luigi, 1950.
78. Sturzo, Luigi. Publications.
79. Taylor, Telford, 1950-1967.
80. Taylor, Telford. Publications.
81. U.S. Department of State, 1949.
82. Vermeil, Edmond, 1950.
83. Vernant, Jacques, 1948-1950.
84. Wallon, Henri, 1950.
85. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1954.
86. Wells, Hermann, 1950.
87. Wheeler-Bennett, John W., 1949-1954.
88. Wilson, Howard E., 1951.


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Series 3: United Nations Technical Assistance Administration (U.N.T.A.A.), 1950-1954.

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Folder

89. Personnel documents, 1950-1954.
90. Appointment diary, 1952-1953.
91. Memoranda, reports, July – Dec. 1951.
92. Memoranda, reports, 1952.
93. Memoranda, reports, 1953.
94. Memoranda, reports, Jan. – Apr. 1954.
95. Agreements, Apr. 1, 1948 – Mar. 31, 1953.

Box 3
Folder

1. Agreements, 1952-1954.

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Series 4: Nepal, 1964-1966.

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2. Contini, Paolo, 1965.
3. de Alwis, W. S., 1965.
4. Dhital, Binod Prasad, 1964-1966.
5. Dikshit, Kumar Mani A.,1965.
6. Fried, Edrita, 1964-1966.
7. Fried, John Jr., 1964-1966.
8. Fried, Stephen & Hetty, 1942, 1965.
9. Gerner, Hellmut & Gerti, 1964-1968.
10. Gilead, A., 1966.
11. Grisogono, Guido, 1966.
12. Hardy, Michael, 1966-1968.
13. Kannan, P. K., 1965.
14. Kesselstatt, John, 1964.
15. Khatri, Padma Bahadur, 1966.
16. Kiernik, Stanislaw, 1965.
17. Lande, Adolf, 1957, 1965, 1968.
18. Linnander, Gunnar, 1964.
19. Marcus, Ruth, 1965.
20. Marrett, Joseph E., 1964-1965.
21. Melford, John, 1966-1981.
22. Merghani, Hamzah, 1964.
23. Ortner, Franz V., 1966.
24. Pradhan, Hargovinda Singh, 1966-1990.
25. Pruscha, Carl, 1966, 1971.
26. Rana, T.P., 1965.
27. Sauer, Doug, 1966, 1967.
28. Schachter, Oscar, 1959-1970, 1989.
29. Schreiber, Marc, 1965.
30. Singh, Bhagbati Prasad, 1965.
31. Singh, K. B., 1966.
32. Singha, Jharendra Narayan, 1965-1966.
33. Thapa, Bhekh B., 1965.
34. Thapa, Surya Bahadur, 1965.
35. Tiwari, Padma Nath, 1965-1990.
36. Tsien, K. K., 1965.
37. Upadhya, Devendra Raj, 1965-1975.
38. Upadhyay, Shailandra Kumar (Ambassador), 1973-1976.
39. Willam, Richard & Jane, 1966, 1972.
40. Miscellaneous correspondence.
41. Correspondence re: second mission to Kathmandu, 1976.
42. Documents.
43. Personnel lists.
44. Memoranda, 1964.
45. Memoranda, 1965.
46. Memorandum: Fried, John H. E. “Comments on Draft Convention on Transit Trade of Land-locked States” (May 13, 1965).
47. “Report on United Nations Plenipotentiary Conference, and Convention on Transit Trade of Land-locked States” (July 8, 1965).
48. Fried, John H. E. “The New Convention on Transit Trade of Land-locked States, and the Development of Law under United Nations Auspices” (Aug. 25, 1965).
49. Fried, John H. E. “Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States” (Sept. 19, 1965).
50. Fried, John H. E. “Optional Declaration by Nepal, Accepting the Jurisdiction of the World Court for Certain Disputes” (Oct. 31, 1965).
51. Fried, John H. E. “The 1965 Convention on Transit Trade of Landlocked States” (New Delhi, Dec. 11, 1965).
52. Memoranda, 1966.
53. Fried, John H. E. “Final Report including some Comments and Suggestions, submitted to His Majesty’s Government” (after July 1, 1966).
54. Fried, John H. E. “Law of the Sea. Comments on Part IV (Landlocked States) of the Single Negotiating Text” (Mar. 16, 1976).
55. Miscellaneous notes, typescripts.
56. Devendra, Raj Upadhya. “Transit Trade of Land-Locked States” (1974/1975).
57. Melford, J. B. “Land Code” (Sept. 13, 1965).
58. Ortner, Franz V. “Draft for a Building Code” (n.d.).
59. Upadhyay, Shailandra Kumar. “Background Paper for the Establishment of a Common Heritage Fund in the Interest of Mankind as a Whole but Particularly in the Interest of Developing Nations” (ca. 1978).
60. Nepal-China Treaty.
61. Miscellaneous printed materials on Nepal.
62. Clippings on Nepal.

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Series 5: Somalia / French Somaliland, 1966-1970

Box 4
Folder

1. Drysdale, John G. S., 1968.
2. Farah, Abdulrahim Abby (Ambassador), 1966-1969, 1977.
3. Papanek, Jan (International League for the Rights of Man), 1967.
4. Thant, U, 1965-1968.
5. U.S. Department of Justice, 1966-1970.
6. Miscellaneous correspondence.
Folders 7-43: Reports (primarily authored by John H.E. Fried) to Somali Ambassador Farah.
7. Statement on French Somaliland (June 1966).
8. Draft for Statement to the Committee of 24, regarding French Somaliland (Oct. 5, 1966).
9. Historical claim by Ethiopia upon French Somaliland (Oct. 8, 1966).
10. Statement delivered by the Hon. Abdirazak Haji Hussein, Prime Minister of the Somali Republic … (Oct. 18, 1966).
11. Draft for speech on Draft Res. A/L. 493 (Nov. 11, 1966).
12. Reply to Ethiopian assertion that French Somaliland should be designated as “Djibuti” (Nov. 29, 1966).
13. Short reply to proposal to call French Somaliland “so-called” French Somaliland (Dec. 1, 1966).
14. Request for correction in Secretariat Working Paper on French Somaliland (Mar. 4, 1967).
15. Statement made by H. E. Abdulrahim Abby Farah before the special committee of 24 on the Question of French Somaliland (Mar. 9, 1967).
16. Letter to Editor-in-chief of Le Monde Paris (Mar. 13, 1967).
17. Question of re-opening the Somalia-French Somaliland Border, and of negotiating with the French Government (Mar. 29-30, 1967).
18. Letter to the Editor, N.Y.T. (Mar. 30, 1967).
19. Statement by H.E. Ambassador Abdulrahim A. Farah before the Committee of 24, after the Committee has heard the petitioners from French Somaliland (Apr. 3, 1967).
20. Draft of letter to H.E. the President of Niger (Apr. 10/11, 1967).
21. Draft outline for a speech on S. W. Africa (Apr. 24, 1967).
22. Memorandum on the Preparation of a Detailed Reply to Kenya’s Yellow Book, “Kenya-Somalia Relations”, dated April, 1967 (May 23, 1967).
23. Draft for communication to the Security Council, regarding Expellees from Fr. Somaliland (May 30, 1967).
24. Questions of International Law connected with the Utilisation of the Waters of the Webi Shebelli and Juba Rivers (Aug. 10, 1967).
25. Universal Postal Union: Notification of Change of Name of French Somaliland (Preliminary observations by Legal Adviser) (Aug. 12, 1967).
26. Statement on French Somaliland in Committee of 24 (Sept. 10, 1967).
27. Revised draft of speech by H. E. the Minister of State of the Somali Republic in the General Debate, 27 Sept. 1967.
28. Possible Somalia Aims regarding the NFD (Lusuka Mediation) (Oct. 8, 1967).
29. Legal Implications of the U.N. Declaration on Territorial Asylum (Nov. 25, 1967).
30. Draft of Speech on French Somaliland (Nov. 26, 1967).
31. Statement on Agenda item 96 (diplomatic immunities) in Sixth Committee (Dec. 4, 1967).
32. Statement by the Permanent Representative of Somalia to the United Nations before the Fourth Committee of the XXII Session of the General Assembly on the Question of French Somaliland (Dec. 12, 1967).
33. Statement in Fourth Committee on independence of Popular Republic of Yemen (Dec. 13, 1967).
34. Draft for Letter to His Excellency, the Prime Minister regarding French Somaliland (Feb. 14, 1968).
35. Somalia’s over-all position at the U.N. regarding French Somaliland (Mar. 1968).
36. Memorandum by H. E. Ambassador Farah (July 22, 1968).
37. Draft for first intervention of H. E. Ambassador Farah in Special Committee of 24 (Sept. 2, 1968).
38. Draft for Second intervention by H. E. Ambassador Farah in the Special Committee of 24 opposing use of “Afar-Issa” name for French Somaliland (Sept. 4, 1968).
39. Name of French Somaliland (Oct. 17, 1968).
40. East Africa – French Afar and Issa Territory (Oct. 22, 1968).
41. Draft Speech by H.E. Ambassador Abdulrahim A. Farah in Special Committee of 24 (Oct. 25, 1968).
42. Draft of Letter by H.E. Ambassador Abdulrahim A. Farah to the Chairman of the Special Committee of 24 (Oct. 28, 1968).
43. The services of the Legal Advisor … (Feb. 18, 1969).
44. Miscellaneous notes, texts.
45. United Nations General Assembly publications re: Somalia.
46. Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938.
47. Newspaper clippings.
48. Miscellaneous materials.

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49. Vietnam and International Law. Typescript, early version, dated July 4, 1966.
50. “Was the Introduction of U.S. military personnel and equipment into South Vietnam justified?” Typescript.
51. Vietnam and International Law. Reviews.
52. Reply to Prof. L. C. Green’s substantive critique of Vietnam and International Law (AJIL, July 1969).
53. Vietnam and International Law. Miscellaneous correspondence.
54. Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam, 1965-1971.
55. Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam – Nixon impeachment, 1972.
56. Fried trip to Hanoi, 1974.
57. Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam – Statement to Congress, Jan. 1975.
58. Lawyers Emergency Committee on the Illegality of the Neutron Bomb, 1978.
59. Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy (L.C.N.P.) – agenda, minutes, statements, 1981.
60. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1982.
61. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1983.
62. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1984.
63. London Nuclear Warfare Tribunal, Jan. 2-6, 1985.
64. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1985.
65. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1986.
66. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1987.
67. L.C.N.P. “Statement on the Illegality of Nuclear Warfare” (revised ed., 1987).
68. International Conference on Nuclear Weapons and International Law, New York, Aug. 29-31, 1987.
69. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1988.
70. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1989.
71. L.C.N.P. – agenda, minutes, statements, 1990.

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1.The Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy. Newsletters.
2. The Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy. Clippings.
3. Fried, John H. E. “Report on My Trip to the USSR as a Member of the U.S. Peace Committee Delegation 22 Nov. – 2 Dec. 1982.”
4. Correspondence re: book project on anti-nuclear quotations, 1983-1984.
5. Fried, John H. E. “Remarks on the Future of the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy,” dated May 26, 1986.
6. Arbess, Daniel J., 1984-1986.
7. Arbess, Daniel J. / Simeon A. Sahaydachny. Reprint.
8. Ball, Lee H., 1982.
9. Banks, Russell, 1982.
10. Bertram-Nothnagel, Jutta, 1982-1987.
11. Bertram-Nothnagel, Jutta. “A Divided Doctrine for Marginal Occasions: The Illegality of Nuclear Weapons.” Typescript, 1981.
12. Birman, David, 1989-1990.
13. Birman, David. “Nuclear Free Zones and the Law.” Typescript, Apr. 1990.
14. Blishchenko, Igor P., 1979-1987.
15. Blishchenko, Igor P. Reprints.
16. Boehm, Robert L., 1969-1985.
17. Boudin, Leonard B., 1972-1979.
18. Boyle, Francis A., 1983-1987.
19. Boyle, Francis A. Typescripts.
20. Boyle, Francis A. Reprints, clippings.
21. Burn, Barbara B., 1983.
22. Cogan, Mark C., 1984.
23. Crown, Joseph, 1963-1989.
24. Crown, Joseph. Clippings.
25. D’Amato, Anthony, 1982-1986.
26. Dodson, Gwen, 1987.
27. Durland, Bill, 1982.
28. Falk, Richard A., 1966-1990.
29. Falk, Richard A. “Vietnam and International Law: The Past Recalled and the Future Challenged.” Typescript, 1990.
30. Falk, Richard A. “What’s Wrong with Henry Kissinger’s Foreign Policy,” July 1974. 31. Falk, Richard A. Publications, clippings.
32. Goodman, Ernst, 1973-1986.
33. Henkin, Louis, 1967.
34. Kent, Rockwell, 1967.
35. Meyrowitz, Elliott Lee, 1980-1986.
36. Meyrowitz, Elliott L. “Representation of the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy on Peace Declaration to Soviet Union.” Typescript, Nov. 20, 1982.
37. Miller, Alex, 1986-1988.
38. O’Hare, Eugene (O’Hare Books), 1966-1976.
39. Popper, Martin, 1966-1987.
40. Reich-Hilweg, Ines, 1983.
41. Rice, William, 1966-1967.
42. Sahaydachny, Simeon, 1986-1990.
43. Sahaydachny, Simeon. “Democracy Turned on its Head.” Typescript, Dec. 7, 1984.
44. Sahaydachny, Simeon. Reprints, clippings.
45. Shriver, Donald W., Jr., 1982.
46. Standard, William L., 1965-1970.
47. Standard, William L. “Cold War – Endless War.” Typescript, ca. 1971.
48. Steuer, Kathy, 1984.
49. Tunkin, Grigory I., 1978-1983.
50. Tunkin, Grigory I. Reprints, publications.
51. Weiss, Peter, 1940-1990.
52. Weiss, Peter. Publications.
53. Zorn, Jean, 1984.


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Folders 54-70: Correspondence with former Nuremberg judges.
54. List of Nuremberg judges.
55. Anderson, Hu C., 1948.
56. Beals, Walter B., 1949.
57. Brand, James T., 1948-1964.
58. Brand, James T. Reprint.
59. Christianson, William C., 1948, 1952.
60. Crawford, Johnson T., 1949.
61. Daly, Edward J., 1949.
62. Hebert, Paul M., 1948-1958.
63. Hebert, Paul M. Reprint.
64. Jessup, Philip C., 1938-1971.
65. Jessup, Philip C. Reviews.
66. Musmanno, Michael A., 1948-1965; clippings.
67. Sebring, Harold L., 1949, 1958.
68. Shake, Curtis G., undated.
69. Wilkins, William J., 1948-1989; clippings.
70. Young, John C., 1949.
71. Letterhead.
72. A – miscellaneous correspondence.
73. Abel, Theodore, 1953.
Abourezk, James, 1975-1976.
Abzug, Bella, 1975.
Adams, David, 1987-1989.
74. Adorno, Theodor W., 1940.
75. Agnoletti, Enzo Enriques, 1970-1982.
Alford, Neill H. Jr., 1967.
Allen, Charles R., Jr., 1986.
Allen, Francis, 1957.
Allen, Paul, 1989.
76. Almond, Harry H. Jr., 1983-1986.
77. Alpert, Marsha, 1964-1965.
Alpert, Paul, 1955-1987.
Alves, Lauro Soutello, 1953.
Ando, Nisuke, 1969.
78. Angel (Angell), Ernst (Council for Democracy), 1942-1983.
79. Anshen, Ruth Nanda, 1953-1954.
Anspacher, H. L., 1949-1950.
Appleman, John Alan, 1950, 1954.
Arnd, Sigrid H., 1966.
80. Aubrey, Henry G., 1952.
Aufricht, Hans, 1959.
81. B – miscellaneous correspondence.
82. Baker, Dorothy G., 1975-1988.
83. Baez, Silvio, 1987, 1989.
Baldwin, Roger, 1966-1967.
Barrett, Mrs., 1966, 1970.
84. Bassiouni, Cherif, 1969-1985.
85. Basso, Lelio, 1976-1985.
Bastille, Suzanne, 1982.
Baum, Morton, 1965.
Baxter, R. R., 1968-1975.
Bayle, Francois, 1959.
Becker, Sol, 1955.
86. Bedau, Hugo Adam, 1972-1973.
87. Belmar, Roberto, 1975.
Benoit, Emile, 1976.
Bentoumi, Amar, 1982-1984.

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1. Beres, Louis Rene, 1986.
Berger, Milton M., 1970.
Bergold, Wolfgang, 1976.
Bernstein, Victor H., 1967.
Bloom, Robert A., 1967-1968.
2. Bodensieck, Heinrich, 1960-1971.
3. Bolkosky, Sidney, 1976-1986.
Borker, Jules, 1982-1984.
Bowie, Robert, 1958.
Branfman, Fred, 1974-1975.
4. Brecht, Arnold, 1960.
Brennan, Rose, 1976.
Brown, John Pairman, 1984.
5. Bryson, Lyman, 1945-1957.
Buchman, Harold, 1968.
Bullard, Perry, 1987.
6. Bunche, Ralph J., 1953-1954.
7. Burns, Evelyn, 1939.
Burns, Robin, 1984.
Burton, Wilfred, 1965.
8. Buttrick, Ann, 1974-1980.
9. C – miscellaneous correspondence.
10. Cabell, Hartwell, 1948.
Calderwood, James D., 1954.
Cantril, Hadley, 1951-1957.
Carlin, David R., 1971.
11. Carter, Jimmy, 1977-1980.
12. Castillo, Alejandro Oropeza, 1954.
Cavers, David F., 1950-1955.
Chamberlain, Joseph P., 1940.
Chandra, Ramesh, 1970.
Chatfield, Charles, 1973.
13. Chemillier-Gendreau, Monique, 1979.
Chisholm, Shirley, 1974.
Clark, Dick (Senator), 1975-1976.
14. Clark, Ramsey, 1979-1986.
15. Clark, Roger, 1980-1990.
16. Clarke, Arthur C., 1982.
17. Claude, Inis L. Jr., 1964.
Cleveland, Harlan, 1958.
Coffin, Tristram (The Washington Spectator), 1980-1982.
Coil, E. Johnston (National Economic and Social Planning Association), 1940.
Conant, James, 1953.
18. Conger, Amy, 1975-1976.
Cooke, Morris L., 1954.
Cooper, Sandi, 1979-1980.
Corbett, P. E., 1940, 1945.
19. Corradini, Alessandro, 1980-1988.
20. Cousins, Norman (Saturday Review), 1963-1964, 1978.
Cremora, John J., 1980, 1982.
Cristofol, Jacqueline, 1985-1987.
Cyprian, Tadeusz, 1967.
21. D – miscellaneous correspondence.
22. Däubler, Wolfgang, 1982-1985.
23. D’Amato, Alfonse, 1985.
Darien, Patricia, n.d.
Davis, John A., 1964.
Davis, Owen, 1988.
Davis, Leonard (The Leonard and Sophie Davis Foundation), 1985-1988.
24. de Cueller, Javier Perez, 1989.
Del Vayo, J. Alvarez, 1942-1943.
Del Vecchio, Giorgio, 1929.
De Schutte, B., 1978.
25. Deutsch, Karl, 1957-1982.
26. Deutsch, Morton, 1967.
Dillard, Hardy C., 1967.
Domke, Martin, 1951-1954.
27. Donaldson, Robert S., 1954.
Downing, Jean, 1953.
Drinan, Robert F., 1971, 1989.
28. Drost, Pieter N., 1965-1970.
29. Drucker, Peter F. (J. Fried’s cousin), 1954-1987.
Duberman, Martin, 1973.
Duffy, Thomas J., 1966.
Dukakis, Michael, 1976.
30. E – miscellaneous correspondence.
31. Earle, Edward Mead, 1939-1945.
Eban, Abba, 1975.
Egbert, Lawrence, 1950.
Einstein, Milton J. D., 1939.
32. Engel, Salo, 1970-1973.
33. Epstein, William, 1981-1987.
Evan, William M., 1983.
34. F – miscellaneous correspondence.
35. Faulkner, Stanley, 1966-1985.
36. Federn, Ernst, 1963, 1980.
37. Ferencz, Benjamin B., 1953-1986.
38. Fetcher, Iring, 1978-1979.
39. Finger, Seymour Maxwell, 1974-1979.
40. Fisher, Louis, 1963-1989.
Fleming, D. F., 1961-1962.
41. Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1953-1954.
42. Foner, Eric, 1982.
Forbes, Malcolm S., 1958.
Ford, Gerald, 1974.
Fraenkel, Ernst, 1957.
43. Franck, Hans Göran, 1970-1981.
44. Franck, Thomas M.
45. Frank, Jerome D., 1963.
Frank, Lawrence K. (The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation), 1940-1942.
Frankfurter, Felix, 1945.
Fraser, Donald M., 1974-1975.
Freeman, Andrew, 1968, 1983.
46. Freeman, Harrop, 1974, 1978.
French, Eleanor Clark, 1964.
Frey-Wouters, Ellen, 1974-1978.
47. Fried, Jacob (Jack), 1964.
Friedrich, C. J., 1945.
Friend, Max, 1987.
Fromm, Erich, 1968.
48. Fulbright, J. William (Senator), 1969-1979.
49. G – miscellaneous correspondence.
50. Galdston, Iago, 1954.
Gambrell, Leonard, 1978-1980.
Garwin, Richard L., 1983.
Gaughan, Lawrence, 1968.
51. Gellhorn, Walter, 1941.
Gettleman, Marvin, 1978.
Gibson, John, 1958.
Ginzberg, Eli, 1954.
52. Glatzer, Nahum N., 1954.
Goldmann, Nahum, 1954.
Goldschmidt, Arthur, 1957.
53. Goldthwait, John Turner, 1972-1976.
54. Gordon, I. Cyrus, 1967.
Gordon, Jesse, 1978-1986.
55. Grady, Ellen, 1984.
56. Graefrath, Bernhard, 1968-1987.
57. Graham, Frank, 1957.
Gravel, Mike (Senator), 1969.
Graven, Jean, 1968-1972.
Graves, Harold N. Jr., 1959-1960.
58. Gray, Charles, 1980.
Gray, Francine, 1977.
Greiner, Bernd, 1982.
Griffith, Sandford, 1954.
59. Griziotti, Benvenuto, 1935.
60. Gross, Leo & Gerda, 1940-1975.
61. Gross, Leo & Gerda, 1976-1988.
62. Gumbel, Emil J., 1957.
63. H – miscellaneous correspondence.
64. Haas, Ernst B., 1962-1963.
65. Haberfeld, Anna née Naschitzer (Nasicer), 1951-1957. Anna Haberfeld was John Fried’s mother.
Hackerova, Sofia (Aunt), 1966.
66. Haight, George Winthrop, 1978.
Hale, Robert, 1940.
67. Hammerskjold, Dag, 1952-1955.
68. Harris, Huntington, 1940.
Hassler, Alfred, 1974.
Haviland, H. Field, Jr., 1962.
Henningsen, Sven, 1955-1957.
Herring, Pendelton, 1954.
69. Herz, John, 1968-1986.
70. Hirsch, Felix E., 1952-1953.
Hirschfeld, Robert S., 1967-1987.
71. Hitchen, Herbert, 1946.
Hocking, William Ernest, 1953.
Hofmann, Samuel, 1962.
Hoffmann, Stanley, 1964-1970.
Hogg, James F., 1964.
72. Holtzman, Elizabeth, 1987.
Holtzman, Harriet, 1976.
Horman, Joyce (Chile Humanitarian Aid Project), 1986-1990.
Houser, Gary, 1984.
73. Hudson, Richard, 1979-1980.
Huebsch, Benjamin W. (Viking Press), 1951.
Hurwitz, Stephan, 1957.
74. I, J – miscellaneous correspondence.
75. Israelite, Joseph, 1953-1955.
Jacob, Philip, 1954.
Jaszi, Oscar, 1939.
Johnson, Gifford, 1976-1977.
Joseph, Nannine, 1942.
Judd, Orrin, 1957.
Junn, Robert S., 1979.
76. K – miscellaneous correspondence.
77. Kahler, Erich von, 1965-1967.
Kahler, Alice (Lily), 1973-1979.
78. Kallen, Horace M., 1942.
Kann, Robert A., 1954.
Kapit, Hanna & Milton, 1988.
Kasachkoff, Alisa, 1977-1979.
Katz, Daniel, 1941.
79. Kelsen, Hans, 1938-1966.
80. Kennan, George, 1981-1986.
Kirkpatrick, Robert L., 1958.
81. Kissinger, Henry. Correspondence relating to Fried’s opposition to Kissinger’s Nobel Prize nomination, 1973.
82. Klaasen, Ruth, 1980-1981.
Klinghoffer, Hans, 1938-1970.
Knelman, F. H., 1982.
Koch, Edward I., 1977, 1986.
83. Koechler, Hans (International Progress Organization), 1987-1988.
Koenig, Louis W., 1977.
Kohn, Hans, 1939-1945.
Kranz, Henry B., 1940.
Kraus, Hertha, 1945.
Kunstler, William K., 1969, 1979.
Kutner, Luis, 1972.
84. L – miscellaneous correspondence.
85. Lamm, Lawrence, 1960.
Lana, Mario, 1970-1972.
Lang, Juan (Hans) V., 1963, 1985.
Lang, Reginald, 1945.
Lang, Y.V., 1938.
86. LaRocque, Gene R., 1973-1982.
Larson, Arthur, 1964-1968.
87. Laufer, Joseph, 1954-1958.
88. Lens, Sidney, 1988.
Leonard, James F., 1975.
89. Lerner, Harry, 1979-1990.
90. Lerner, Max, 1945, 1954.
Lieber, Charles D. (Atherton Press), 1969-1971.
Liff, Zanvel A., 1970.
Lifton, Robert J., 1970.
Lillich, Richard B., 1978.
91. Littauer, Raphael, 1972.
Littell, Franklin H., 1978-1980.
Lockwood, William, 1940.
Loewenstein, Karl, 1957.
92. Logue, John (World Order Research Center), 1976.
London, Alexander (Ambassador), 1943.
Lowenstein, Allard (Ambassador), 1977.
Lowenthal, Leo, 1949.
93. Lowenthal, Milton, 1983.
Luban, David, 1987.
Luce, Don, 1986.
Ludens, Edwin, 1978-1979.

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1. M – miscellaneous correspondence.
2. MacBride, Sean, 1970-1974, 1986.
3. Macmahon, Arthur W., 1958.
Magidson, Herbert, 1967-1975.
4. Mahler, Margaret S., 1965-1972, undated.
5. Mandel, David, 1969.
Mangone, Gerald, 1963.
Marcuse, Herbert, 1958.
Marcy, Carl, 1980-1981.
Markey, Ed, 1982-1985.
6. Mase, Sadi, 1967-1990.
7. Matteucci, Mario, 1954-1955.
Mayer, Paul, 1973, 1985.
Mazel, Bernie, 1974-1981.
McCarthy, Eugene J., 1968.
8. McClure, Wallace, 1966-1974.
9. McDougal, Myres S., 1949-1955.
McGovern, George, 1973-1979.
10. Mead, Margaret, 1943-1954.
11. Mecklenburg, Frank, 1994.
Meerloo, Joost, 1967.
Melville, Arthur (DC Nine Defense Committee), 1970.
12. Mendlovitz, Saul H., 1967-1990.
13. Mercieca, Charles, 1984.
Merkelbach, Helga, 1977.
14. Merritt, Richard L., 1977-1983.
15. Métall, Rudolf A., 1963.
Meyers, William (Fund for New Priorities), 1971, 1974.
Mill, Edward W., 1962-1964.
Montgomery, John D., 1957-1962.
16. Moral, Antonio Marti, 1985.
Morgenthau, Hans, 1967, 1970.
Morse, Wayne (Senator), 1966.
17. Mosely, Philip (Council on Foreign Relations), 1956-1960.
18. Mouton, Jonk & Doreen, 1950-1953.
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, 1985-1987.
Muller, Robert, 1985.
Murphy, Gardner, 1943.
Muskie, Edmund S., 1973, 1976.
Myint-U, Tyn (Pacem in Terris Institute), 1969.
Myrdal, K. Gunnar, 1939.
19. N, O – miscellaneous correspondence.
20. Namier, Lewis, 1953.
Nanda, Ved, 1980-1984.
Nawaz, Mahomet (UNITAR), 1968.
Neu, Moritz, 1953-1954.
Neumann, Sigmund, 1961.
21. Nevins, Allan, 1948-1960.
22. Neyer, Joseph, 1982.
Nickl, Hans Paul, 1964.
Nixon, Richard M., 1970.
Noona, Rosemary, 1989.
23. Nordman, Joë, 1971-1988.
24. Nowotny, Thomas, 1980.
Noyes, Pierre, 1970.
25. O’Brien, William V., 1969-1980.
Oeser, Edith, 1983-1989.
26. Onyeledo, Godwins-Collins, 1974-1975.
Owen, Joseph W., 1955.
27. P, Q – miscellaneous correspondence.
28. Paech, Norman, 1981-1990.
29. Paige, Glenn D., 1978, 1985.
Paldy, Lester G., 1982.
Paqué, Ruprecht, 1983.
Parolla & Parolla, 1973-1975.
30. Parsekian, Ned J., 1987.
Partan, Daniel G., 1972-1974.
Paust, Jordan, 1977.
Pawel, Ernst, 1977.
31. Perrin, John Clyde, 1969-1970.
32. Pick, Robert, 1960.
Piel, Eleanor Jackson, 1985.
Pilichowski, Czeslaw, 1976, 1979.
Pitkin, Walter, 1954.
Poltorak, Arcadi N., 1971-1976.
Popkin, Richard H., 1975.
33. Poppe, Eberhard, 1980-1987.
Porter, Ernest P., 1972.
Porter, Gareth, 1975.
Potter, Pitman, 1943-1956.
34. Potter, Russell, 1952-1954.
Preminger, Otto, 1962.
Pribram, Karl, 1938-1939.
Proxmire, William (Senator), 1972.
35. Quigley, John, 1977-1980.
36. R – miscellaneous correspondence.
37. Raab, Ira J., 1977.
Rabinowitz, Victor (Louis M. Rabinowitz Foundation, Inc.), 1967-1985.
38. Rangel, Charles B., 1990.
Rapoport, Anatol, 1967.
39. Raskin, Marcus G., 1974-1977.
40. Recaséns-Siches, Luis, 1954-1961.
Reed, Horace, 1964.
Reno, Molly H., 1987.
Ried, Alan, 1987.
Riesenfeld, Alphonse, 1964.
Rittenberg, Louis, 1957.
Robinson, Leonard Wallace, 1943.
41. Röling, Bert V. A., 1950-1982.
42. Rogers, Lindsay, 1940-1967.
43. Rokach, Livia, 1982-1983.
Romoser, George K., 1975.
Roosevelt, Franklin D., undated.
Rosas, Allan, 1981-1986.
44. Rosen, Georg (Ambassador), 1959-1960.
Rossides, Zenon (Ambassador), 1977-1978.
Rothschild, Richard C., 1942.
45. Rubin, Alfred P., 1976-1985.
46. Rukeyser, Muriel (Redress), 1973-1978.
Russell of Liverpool, Lord, 1959.
47. S – miscellaneous correspondence.
48. Sacharoff, Mark, 1971-1972.
Saidel, Rochelle, 1984.
Sakamoto, Yoshikazu, 1982.
49. Salmon, Jean, 1972-1982.
50. Salomon, Albert, 1941.
51. Sandowsky, Muriel, 1976-1981.
52. Schaetzler, Bundesminister, 1978.
Schick, Marvin, 1970.
Schönbauer, Elfriede, 1984.
Schoenberg, Harris O., 1965.
Schoenfeld, Thomas, 1985-1987.
53. Schuman, Frederick L., 1939-1967.
54. Schwarz, Reta, 1967.
55. Schwarz, George, 1938.
Schwarzenberger, G., 1955-1964.
Schwarzschild, Steven S., 1974-1979.
56. Schwebel, Stephen M., 1963-1971.
Schwelb, Egon, 1953-1976.
Schwenck, Hans-Günter, 1970.
57. Seligman, Eustace, 1954.
Sharp, Walter R., 1945-1954.
Sheldon, James H., 1958.
Shotwell, James T., 1940-1958.
58. Shumlin, Herman, 1958.
Shuster, George N., 1957.
Simon, Marc, 1968-1969.
59. Simpson, Thomas Lee, 1968-1977.
60. Singer, J. David, 1962-1980.
61. Smirnov, William, 1979.
Smith, Russell F. W., 1958.
Smylie, Robert F., 1979, 1983.
62. Sohn, Louis B., 1954-1982.
63. Somerville, John, 1979-1983.
64. Somerville, John, 1984-1990.
65. Somit, Albert, 1962-1965.
Sommerich, Otto C., 1954.
Sørensen, Bent, 1957-1978.
Sorensen, Gillian Martin, 1979-1987.
66. Spain, David, 1974.
Spencer, John H., 1964.
Spero, Sterling, 1945, 1947.
Sprecher, Drexel, 1949-1990.
67. Srivastava, G.P., 1978.
St. John, Edward, 1990-1991.
Starbuck, Eric, 1943.
Stavins, Ralph, 1976.
Stavropoulos, Constantin A., 1964-1967.
Stegenda, James A., 1977, 1991.
68. Steinig, Leon, 1951, 1957.
Steiniger, Peter Alfons, 1978-1979.
Steinitz, Hans, 1957.
Stevens, Hope, 1979.
69. Stoessinger, John G., 1956-1968.
70. Stonier, Tom, 1969-1972.
Strauss, Leo, 1942.
Stringer, Ann, 1981-1982.
71. Stuby, Gerhard, 1983-1991.
72. Sturges, Wesley A., 1950.
Sturmthal, Adolf, 1953.
Sundqvist, Ulf, 1974.
Suter, Keith D., 1986.
73. Svahnström, Bertil, 1970-1972.
Swerdlow, Amy, 1979.
Swift, Richard N., 1963.
Swing, Sally G., 1959.

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1. T, U, V – miscellaneous correspondence.
2. Taplinger, Richard, 1969.
Taylor, A.J.P., 1953-1954.
Thomas, Claire Sherman, 1986.
Thorne, John E., 1970.
3. Toeplitz, Heinrich, 1977.
Tree, Marietta, 1961.
Tung, William L., 1973-1974.
Ulatowska, Lisinka, 1988-1990.
4. Ulich, Elsa Brandström, 1939.
Van Panhuys, Jonkheer H. F., 1955.
Van Wagenen, Richard W., 1954.
Vance, Cyrus, 1980.
Velasco, Eugenio, 1977-1978.
5. Verwey, Wil, 1972.
Vincineau, Michel, 1981-1982.
Vollmer, Antje, 1982-1986.
Von Borsig, Tet Arnold, 1965.
6. W, X, Y, Z – miscellaneous correspondence.
7. Wadsworth, James (Ambassador), 1957.
Wald, George, 1969-1975.
Wallach, Sidney, 1940.
Walton, Ernest, 1957.
Warburg, James P., 1954.
8. Watanabe, Takuro, 1979.
Weiss, Ted (Senator), 1978-1986.
Weisskopf, Victor F., 1956-1985.
9. Weizsäcker, Ernst U. von, 1983-1984.
Wertheim, Maurice, 1942.
Weston, Burns H., 1967-1990.
10. Weyl, Roland, 1979-1989.
Whitney, Courtney, 1950.
Whitton, John B., 1939-1953.
Wiener, Alfred, 1951, 1960.
11. Wilder, Jack, 1976.
12. Willfort, Margarita, 1951.
Williams, William Appleman, 1983-1984.
Winter, Ernst Karl, 1940.
Witeck, John, 1984-1985.
Wittfogel, Karl August, 1940.
13. Wittner, Lawrence S., 1977-1978.
Wolf, Friederica (Fritzi), 1971.
Wolf, Udo, 1987.
Wolf, Victor Jr., 1952.
Wolfers, Arnold, 1951, 1958.
Wolfson, Manfred, 1965.
Wolman, Leo, 1941.
Woodward, Beverly, 1974, 1983.
14. Wright, Quincy, 1948-1970.
15. Yamasaki, Tokihiko, 1978.
Young, Andrew (Ambassador), 1977.
Youngblood, Patricia, 1986-1987.
16. Zeisel, Hans, 1954-1981.
Zeller, Belle, 1948-1979.
Zinn, Howard, 1987-1989.
Zoerb, Richard M., 1962.
17. Zukmann, Marion, 1965-1981.
Zweig, Konrad & Ann, 1974-1982.
Zwilling, Baron, 1965.
18. General correspondence re: offprints.
Folders 19-58: Correspondence with publishers 19. Alethia Press (Howard Friel), 1990.
20. Alfred A. Knopf, Jr. (Vintage Books), 1957-1958.
21. American Journal of International Law (Eleanor H. Finch, William W. Bishop), 1954-1982.
22. The American Political Science Review, 1954-1983.
23. American Report (Robert S. Lecky), 1972.
24. AMS Press, 1971-1977.
25. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1971-1972.
Annual Review of Peace Activism, 1989.
Associated Lawyers Publishing Co., 1959.
26. Annual Review of UN Affairs, 1954-1956.
27. Beacon Press (Thomas Bledsoe), 1957.
28. Bulletin of Peace Proposals (Marek Thee), 1977-1982.
29. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1973-1982.
Bulletin of the Peace Studies Institute, 1980.
30. Canadian Consumer, 1982-1983.
Christianity and Crisis, 1984.
31. The Churchman (Edna Ruth Johnson), 1978-1990.
32. P. F. Collier & Son Incorporated (Collier’s Yearbook), 1954-1960.
33. Columbia Broadcasting System, 1944.
34. Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, 1985.
The Economist, 1978.
35. The Encyclopedia Americana, 1955-1974.
36. Encyclopedia of Peace (Institute of International Peace Studies, South Korea), 1984.
Encyclopedia of Social Science, 1961.
Encyclopedia International, 1967-1977.
Encyclopedia Picturama, Inc., 1955.
37. Foreign Affairs, 1942.
Foreign Policy, 1972.
Freiheit für Oesterreich, 1942-1943.
Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia, 1949-1958.
GATT Secretariat, 1959.
38. Grolier Incorporated, 1961-1977.
39. Guardian, 1968.
Harper’s Magazine, 1942-1978.
The Humanist, 1982.
Indian Journal of International Law (M.K. Nawaz), 1975.
Indochina Today, 1974.
40. Infantry Journal, 1942.
International Political Science Abstracts, 1972-1973.
International Studies Quarterly, 1982.
Jag Journal, 1977.
41. Jewish Encyclopedia, 1957.
kontakt, 1975.
The Macmillan Company, 1942-1986.
42. La Monda Lingvo-Problemo (Richard E. Wood), 1976.
Monograph Series in World Affairs (Univ. of Denver), 1983.
43. The Nation, 1943-1986.
44. Neue Justiz, 1987-1988.
New Perspectives, 1977.
The New Republic, 1940.
New Society (Paul Barker), 1973-1974.
45. The New York Times and The New York Review of Books, 1962-1984.
46. New York University Press, 1955-1959.
47. The New Yorker, 1957.
48. Oceana Publications, 1957.
On Guard, 1988.
Pace Yearbook of International Law, 1989-1990.
Peace and Change, 1981-1988.
49. Philosophy and Social Criticism, 1988-1989.
Political Science Quarterly, 1946-1951.
Presidential Studies Quarterly (R. Gordon Hoxie), 1978.
Princeton University Press, 1953.
The Progressive, 1967-1983.
50. Random House, 1962-1971.
51. Revue Belge de Droit International, 1981.
Rights, 1978.
Sane World, 1962-1983.
Saturday Review, 1964.
Schenkman Publishing Co. (Alfred Schenkman), 1967-1968.
Science and Public Affairs, 1973.
Simon & Schuster, 1951.
52. Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1985-1989.
53. SIPRI Yearbook, 1983-1984.
54. Social Research, 1960.
St. Louis Dispatch, 1987.
Texas International Law Journal, 1975-1978.
55. Tikkun, 1987.
Time Magazine, 1943.
Twice A Year, 1941.
The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, 1959.
56. The University of Michigan Press (Fred D. Wieck), 1958-1960.
57. War Department, 1942.
Washington Post, 1949.
WIN Magazine, 1977.
58. Worldmark Press (Moshe Sachs), 1958-1961.
Folders 59-75: Correspondence with organizations, institutions.
59. American Association for the United Nations (A.A.U.N.), Manhattan Chapter – membership lists, letterhead.
60. A.A.U.N. Speakers Bureau, 1944-1961.
61. A.A.U.N., 1956-1962.
62. A.A.U.N. – Eleanor Roosevelt letters, 1956-1958.
63. Ad Hoc Committee for Panama, 1990.
Agenda for Non-Collaboration, 1983.
American Association of Former Austrian Jurists, 1946.
American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 1958.
American Civil Liberties Union (Charles Morgan Jr.), 1967.
American Council of Learned Societies, 1952.
64. American Friends Service Committee,1966.
65. American Political Science Association, 1958-1970.
66. The American Society for the Study of the German Democratic Republic, 1975.
The American Society for International Law, 1965-1987.
67. American Veterans Committee, 1967-1968.
Amnesty International, 1975.
Arms Control Association, 1977.
68. Association Internationale des Juristes Démocrates (A.I.J.D.; Joë Nordman, Nicole Gerard), 1978-1990.
69. B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, 1961.
British Peace Assembly (Gordon Schaffer), 1985-1988.
70. Brookline Public Schools, 1979.
Bundesministerium der Justiz, Bonn.
71. Campaign for UN Reform (Walter Hoffmann), 1980.
72. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1954-1958.
The Catholic Worker, 1955.
Center for Constitutional Rights (Michael Ratner), 1986.
Center for Defense Information, 1977-1981.
Center for the Study of the Causes of War and Conditions of Peace, Utah State University, 1967-1968.
Center for War/Peace Studies (Richard Hudson), 1980.
73. Center on Law and Pacifisim (William R. Durland), 1978-1981.
74. Central Intelligence Agency, 1975.
75. Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1951.

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1. The Club of Rome, 1979, 1987.
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, 1977-1980.
2. Collegiate Council for the United Nations, 1960-1961.
Comité International de la Croix-Rouge (International Red Cross; Bruno Zimmermann), 1987-1988.
Commission of the Churches on International Affairs, 1955.
Committee for Effective Use of the International Court, 1961.
The Committee for World Development and World Disarmament, 1958.
3. Common Cause,1982.
4. Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations (Moses Moskowitz), 1955-1957.
COPRED (Consortium on Peace Research, Education and Development), 1976-1982.
Cornerstone, 1980.
5. Council for a Livable World, 1964-1987.
6. Council for Democracy, n.d.
Council on Intercultural Relations, 1942.
Council on Religion and International Affairs (A. William Loos), 1970-1978.
7. Department of State, 1961-1978.
8. Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars, 1946.
Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, 1947.
9. Federation of American Scientists (F.A.S., Jeremy J. Stone), 1975-1981.
10. The Fellowship of Reconciliation (James Forest), 1971-1977.
11. The Field Foundation, Inc., 1945.
Ford Foundation, 1954-1956.
The Foundation for Freedom & Democracy in Community Life (Donald S. Frey), 1973-1974.
12. Foundation for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court (F.E.I.C.C.) – Correspondence with Robert K. Woetzel, 1966-1979.
13. F.E.I.C.C. – Woetzel, Robert, 1980-1990.
14. F.E.I.C.C. – general correspondence, 1973-1990.
15. F.E.I.C.C. – IVth International Criminal Law Conference (Caribbean Seminar, San Juan Puerto Rico, Jan. 9-13, 1976).
16. F.E.I.C.C. – NGO Conference on “What Future for South Africa?” (UN Headquarters, June 22, 1977).
17. F.E.I.C.C. – miscellaneous materials.
18. Fort Hood Three Defense Committee, 1966.
Friends Committee on National Legislation, 1982.
19. The Fund for Peace (Stewart Rawlings Mott), 1981-1982.
20. Hudson Institute, 1963.
Indian Society of International Law, 1964-1970.
Institute for International Order (L. Larry Leonard), 1960.
21. Institute for Policy Studies (Ralph Stavins), 1976.
Institute for the Study of Genocide, 1983-1988.
International Association of Democratic Lawyers, 1982.
22. International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA), 1987-1989.
23. International Atomic Energy Agency, 1957-1958.
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1954.
International Institute for the Unification of Private Law, 1955.
International Institute of Social Research, Columbia, 1938-1939.
24. International Law Association (I.L.A.), general correspondence, 1958-1978.
25. I.L.A. Committee on Armed Conflict (Alfred P. Rubin), 1980-1984.
26. I.L.A. Committee on International Terrorism (John F. Murphy), 1984-1986.
27. I.L.A. Committee on the Charter of the United Nations, 1972.
28. I.L.A. Human Rights Committee (Richard B. Lillich), 1977-1984.
29. International Law Commission (Alexander Yankov), 1986.
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, n.d.
International Progress Organization (I.P.O., Hans Köchler), 1989.
30. International Psychohistorical Association, 1978.
International Society for military law and law of war, 1971-1972.
International Studies Association (Richard B. Finnegan), 1980.
31. John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 1951-1964.
32. Law and Society Association, 1974.
Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control, 1982-1986.
Lawyers for Nuclear Disarmament (Owen Davies), 1983.
33. Medical Research Foundation, 1966-1967.
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, 1984-1989.
Methodist Federation for Social Action (Lee H. Ball), 1982.
Minority Rights Group, 1974.
34. Missouri Commission on Human Rights, 1959.
35. Mobilization for Survival, 1977-1981.
National Lawyers Guild, 1969.
36. National Refugee Service, 1938-1943.
37. NJ Fellowship for the Aged, 1972.
New York City Committee for the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1970.
New York Society for Ethical Culture, 1977.
Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees, 1951-1954.
Office of War Information (OWI), 1945.
38. Peace Research Institute – Dundas, 1979.
Pershing Plowshares Support Committee, 1984.
Physicians for Social Responsibility, 1963-1983.
Promoting Enduring Peace, 1963-1989.
39. Rockefeller Foundation, 1940-1963.
Scientists’ Institute for Public Information, 1976.
Social Science Research Council, 1946-1962.
40. Social Scientists Against Nuclear War, 1982.
Society for the Prevention of World War III, Inc., 1954.
Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc. (Nancy Macdonald), 1976-1988.
Swords Into Ploughshares, London, 1990.
41. UNESCO, 1973.
Union of Concerned Scientists, 1978-1983.
United World Federalists, Incorporated, 1949.
42. Vereinigung der Juristen der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik, 1987.
43. War Resisters’ International, 1968.
War Resisters League, 1977.
World Committee for a World Constitutional Convention, 1971.
World Constitution & Parliament Association, Inc., 1972.
44. World Federalists Association, 1977-1981.
World Jewish Congress, 1951.
World Peace Through Law Center, 1972-1977.
World Peace University, 1986.


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Series 8: Teaching materials, 1940-1976

Box 9 continued
Folder

Folders 45-54: City College of the City of New York, 1940-1942.
45. Personnel file, 1940-1943.
46. British Constitutional Developments. Course notes.
47. Comparative Government. Course notes.
48. Government. Course notes.
49. France. Course notes.
50. Great Britain and British Dominions. Course notes.
51. International Relations. Course notes.
52. Political Theories. Course notes.
53. Reading lists, bibliographies.
54. Students.

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Folders 1-5: Columbia University, 1941-1951.
1. Correspondence, 1941-1942.
2. Comparative Labor Problems. Course notes.
3. Student papers.
4. “Balkan Area Social Legislation.” Columbia University lecture, 1944.
5. Columbia University, War Documentation Project, 1951.
6. New School for Social Research Seminar: “The Basic Construction: War in an Era of Pacifism,” Jan. 7, 1942.
Folders 7-11: City College of the City University of New York, 1949-1950.
7. Personnel file, 1949-1950.
8. U.S. Department of State Intern Program, 1950.
9. Comparative Government. Course notes.
10. Government. Course outlines, notes.
11. World Politics. Course notes.
Folders 12-26: New School for Social Research, 1954-1965.
12. Personnel records, 1954-1964.
13. Ascoli, Max. Correspondence, 1940.
14. Colm, Gerhart. Correspondence, 1940.
15. Hula, Erich. Correspondence, 1940, 1954.
16. Johnson, Alvin. Correspondence, 1942, 1958.
17. Lowe, Adolph. Correspondence, 1949.
18. Padover, Saul K. Correspondence, 1958, 1977.
19. Simons, Hans. Correspondence, 1941-1955.
20. Speier, Hans. Correspondence, 1940-1954.
21. Staudinger, Hans. Correspondence, 1943-1962.
22. Todd, Elizabeth. Correspondence, 1954.
23. New School Bulletin. Course listings.
24. Course outlines (proposed).
25. International Law. Course notes.
26. Study outlines.
27. Students.
Folders 27-60: City University of New York, 1954-1962.
28. Personnel file, 1954-1962.
29. Comparative Political and Economic Systems. Course notes.
30. Defense, War and Disarmament. Course notes.
31. Elements of Political Philosophy. Course notes.
32. Elements of Politics. Course notes.
33. Ideas that Changed the World. Course notes.
34. International Law. Course notes.
35. Issues and Trends in World Affairs. Course notes.
36. Understanding World Problems. Course notes.
37. War, Armament and Disarmament in the Nuclear Age. Course notes.
38. The Western Heritage of Political Thought. Course notes.
39. Study: “Hitler’s Rise Through Intimidation and Denunciation” (1954).
40. Study: “Political Thought in Post-Hitler Germany” (1954).
41. Summer School in Scandinavia, 1957.
42. Study: “Rights of Refugees” (1954-1955).
43. Study: “Factors and Attitude influencing the Conduct of Foreign Policy” (1956).
44. General Studies, 1955-1963.
45. School of Commerce, 1957-1958.
46. Graduate School of Business Administration, 1958-1960.
47. Study: “Economic Regionalism in Europe,” dated Oct. 26, 1960.
48. Graduate School of Public Administration, 1961-1962.
49. Administrative Problems of Developing Countries. Course notes, Spring 1962.
50. Comparative Economic Systems and Public Administration. Course notes, Spring 1963.
51. Economic Theory. Course notes, 1958-1960.
52. European Democracies in Transition. Course notes, Spring 1962.
53. Foreign Trade. Course notes, Summer 1958.
54. Framework of International Business. Course notes, Spring 1963.
55. International Business. Course notes.
56. Islam. Course notes.
57. Political theory. Course notes.
58. Students, 1955-1978.
59. Student papers.
60. Bryce, Avis. Thesis, 1961-1962.
61. Fairleigh Dickinson University, Spring 1958.
62. Long Island University, Spring 1959-Summer1961. Correspondence.
63. Long Island University. Course notes: Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy.

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1. Queens College, Spring 1959.
2. State University of New York, Albany, Spring 1961.
3. State University of New York, New Paltz, 1961.
4. State University of New York, New Paltz. Student papers.
5. University of Pittsburgh, Winter 1963.
6. City College, Summer 1963.
Folders 6-29: Lehmann College, City University of New York, 1965-1976.
7. Personnel records, 1965-1976.
8. Tenure proceedings, 1970-1971.
9. New York University Bulletins of course listings.
10. Armstrong, Anne. Correspondence,1978-1980.
11. Bosworth, William A., 1970-1978.
12. Lief, Leonard, 1967-1982.
13. Faculty correspondence, general.
14. American Foreign Policy. Course notes.
15. Current International Relations. Course notes.
16. Democratic Theory – Phases and Problems. Course notes.
17. German and Central European Political Systems. Course notes.
18. International and Regional Organizations. Course notes.
19. International Law. Course notes.
20. International Politics. Course notes.
21. Principles and Problems of International Law. Course notes.
22. The United Nations. Course notes.
23. The U.S. in World Affairs. Course notes.
24. War and the Prevention of War. Course notes.
25. World Government. Course notes.
26. Lehmann College, general course outlines.
27. Sabbatical report.
28. Student evaluations, 1969-1972.
29. Student evaluations, 1974-1975.
30. Hofstra College, 1966-1967.
Folders 31-35: Hunter College, 1968, 1971.
31. Personnel records, correspondence, 1967-1968.
32. Course outlines.
33. Student evaluations, Fall 1971.
34. Students, A – J.
35. Students, K – Z.


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Series 9: Case files, 1960-1988

Box 12
Folder

1. Pope, Alexander. Case file, 1960.
2. Spock, Benjamin. Case file, clippings, 1967-1969.
3. Spock, Benjamin. Correspondence concerning the case.
4. Milwaukee 12. Case file, 1969.
5. Honeywell Eight. Case file, 1971.
6. International Commission of Enquiry into the Crimes of the Military Junta in Chile. Correspondence, 1974-1977.
7. International Commission of Enquiry into the Crimes of the Military Junta in Chile. Materials, 1974.
8. International Commission of Enquiry into the Crimes of the Military Junta in Chile. Materials, 1975.
9. International Commission of Enquiry into the Crimes of the Military Junta in Chile. Walter Rauff materials.
10. Agent Orange Case (Vietnam Veterans), 1980.
11. Agent Orange Case. Correspondence.
12. Trident Case, 1980.
13. Trident Case. Correspondence with Jim & Shelley Douglas.
14. Trident Case. Miscellaneous correspondence.
15. Barbie, Klaus. John Fried’s writings about the case.
16. Barbie, Klaus. Fried’s correspondence with Joë Nordmann concerning the case.
17. Barbie, Klaus. Clippings about the case, 1983.
18. Fort Collins, CO Protestors case (Mary Bates). Case file, June 1983.
19. Canadian War Crimes Trials – Kurt Meyer Case, Toronto, Apr. 29, 1984.
20. Canadian War Crimes Trials – Zundel Case, Toronto, June 1984. Includes Fried’s testimony.
21. Canadian War Crimes Trials. Correspondence.
22. Canadian War Crimes Trials. Miscellaneous materials.
23. Georgia Nuclear Train Resisters. Case files, May 21-23, 1986.
24. Nevada test site protestors. Case file, Sept. 1986.
25. Feigenbaum, Joel. Case file, Jan. 16, 1987.
26. Abrams, Suzanne - Case file, 1987.
27. United States v. Barton et al. Case file, Oct. 1987.
28. Jason case. Case file, Apr. 1988.

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Series 10: Writings of John H. E. Fried, 1929-1990
Sub-series 1: Publications, 1931-1990

Box 13
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1. Bibliography of John Fried’s publications.
2. Über die Rechtsnot und ihre Bekämpfung. Eine Untersuchung des Verhältnisses zwischen Bevölkerung und Rechtspflege. Wien u. Leipzig: Moritz Perles, 1936.
3. Über die Rechtsnot und ihre Bekämpfung. Reviews.
4. The Frontiers of the Future. Pamphlet, Aug. 1943.
5. The Role of Democracy in Labor Relations. Photocopies of typescript, pp. 1-136.
6. The Role of Democracy in Labor Relations. Photocopies of typescript, pp. 137-263.
7. The Role of Democracy in Labor Relations. Photocopies of typescript, pp. 264-410.
8. The Guilt of the German Army. Reviews.
9. The Guilt of the German Army. Notes for revised edition.
10. The Guilt of the German Army. Contracts, correspondence, 1942-1945.
11. The United Nations System. Worldmark Encyclopedia of Nations, 1st edition, 1960.
12. The United Nations System. Worldmark Encyclopedia of Nations. 2nd edition, Nov. 1963.
13. “Die Verfassungsmäßigkeit der Reststimmenverteilung.” Photocopy, 1931.
14. “Das Rechtsprinzip der Gleichheit.” Manuscript, May 8, 1931.
15. “Die Rechtsverhältnisse beim Freiwilligen Arbeitsdienst.” Proofs, magazine issue, Dec. 1933.
16. “Die Rechtsstellung des Arbeitnehmers im Ständestaat.” Photocopy, Feb. 1934.
17. “Die Lehren der Preisschleuderei-Schiedsstellen.” Magazine issue, Jan. 19, 1936.
18. “Die Schlichtung von Arbeitssteitigkeiten durch berufständische Ausschüsse.” Magazine issue, Feb. 20, 1937.
19. “Contribution au problem de la nationalité des sociétés.” Magazine issue, Apr.-June 1937.
20. “Democratic Tools in Fascist Hands.” Reprint, 1939-1940.
21. “Who Shall Mould the Vision of Our Time?” Reprint, 1940-1941.
22. “Federalism” article for Twice A Year (1941). Manuscript.
23. “America Still Under-estimates the Nazi War Aims.” Synopsis of article for Twice A Year, 1941.
24. “Patterns of Unification in Europe.” Reprints, Fall/Winter 1941.
25. “How Nazis Are Lured to War.” Reprint, magazine issue, Dec. 1942.
26. “Monarchistic Intriques.” Clipping, Dec. 15, 1942.
27. “The New Importance of the Monroe Doctrine.” Reprints, 1943.
28. “The Generals and Hitler.” Clipping, photocopy, Jan. 9, 1943.
29. “Hapsburg Tradition vs. American Tradition.” Synopsis of article, reprint, Jan. 15, 1943.
30. “The Frontiers of the Future.” Pamphlet reprinted from Free World Magazine, Aug. 1943.
31. “German Militarism: Substitute for Revolution.” Reprint, Dec. 1943.
32. “The International Labor Organization.” Mimeographed text, 1944.
33. “Transfer of Civilian Manpower from Occupied Territory.” Reprint, Apr. 1946.
34. “The Social and Economic Role of Engineers and Technicians.” Reprint, Sept. 1946.
35. “The Social and Economic Role of Engineers and Technicians.” Reprints, June 1947.
36. “Relations between the United Nations and the International Labor Organization.” Reprint, Oct. 1947.
37. “UN at Crossroads After Five Years Existence: Feeling of Impending Danger Leads Many to Seek Charter Revision.” Clipping, Apr. 6, 1950.
38. “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: An International Effort at a Synthesis of Freedom and Authority.” Reprint, mimeo. typescript, 1953.
39. “Fascist Militarisation and Education for War.” Excerpt from book, 1955.
40. “Social and Humanitarian Matters.” Photocopy of section from book, 1955.
41. “Social and Humanitarian Matters.” Photocopy of section from book, 1957.
42. “The Promotion of Anti-Semitism Through the Abuse of Democratic and Socialist Concepts.” Reprint, 1959.
43. “United Nations Day.” Typescript, clippings, Oct. 24, 1964.
44. “For a New Image of International Law.” Clipping, May-June 1965.
45. “Transit Rights.” Pamphlet of speech ghost-written by Fried, June 29, 1965.
46. “The 1965 Convention on Transit Trade of Land-Locked States.” Reprint, Jan. 1966.
47. “How Efficient is International Law?” Photocopy of book pages, typescript, 1968.
48. “How Efficient is International Law?” Typescripts, drafts.
49. “Comments.” Reprints, 1969.
50. “Moral Choice.” Photocopy, Oct. 9, 1969.
51. “The Deception of the ‘Vietnamization of the War’.” Photocopy, Oct. 10, 1969.
52. “For a Political ‘Hippocratic Oath’.” Magazine issue, photocopies, May 1970.
53. “Cooperation between Psychology and the Social Sciences for the Clarification and Solution of International Problems.” Magazine issue, Summer 1970.
54. “Proposal for a ‘Hippocratic Oath’ for political scientists and Invitation for comments on the proposal.” Photocopies, typescript, Fall 1970.
55. “My Lai.” Clipping, Aug. 9, 1970.
56. “Inside the Third Reich.” Clipping, photocopies, Oct. 4, 1970.

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1. “International Law – Neither Orphan nor Harlot, Neither Jailer nor Never-never Land.” Photocopy of section in book, 1971.
2. “Interventions.” Magazine issue, photocopy, 1971.
3. “Justice on Nurnberg.” Typescript, clipping, photocopy, Oct. 15, 1971.
4. “Vietnamization and Invasion of Cambodia.” Photocopy, Nov. 1971.
5. “The Electronic Battlefield and the Dictates of the Public Conscience.” Reprint, typescript, Nov. 1971.
6. “The Electronic Battlefield.” Clippings, Winter 1972.
7. “Report on steps that might be taken by the General Assembly to enhance the effectiveness of the International Court of Justice.” Reprint, 1971-1972.
8. “United States Military Intervention in Cambodia in the Light of International Law.” Photocopy of article, 1972.
9. “La Resistibile Ascesa della Guerra Elettronica.” Magazine issue, Mar. 31, 1972.
10. “Transnational Control in the Area of Criminal Justice. Remarks by John H. E. Fried.” Typescript, reprints, Sept. 1972.
11. “War by Ecocide.” Reprint, typescript, June 1972.
12. “Trial at Nuremberg. Background – Discussion Guide – Bibliography.” Pamphlet, 1973.
13. “Hanoi Bombing: Was It Justified?” Photocopy, Jan. 25, 1973.
14. “Paris Agreement: Once Upon a Time, A Vision of Peace.” Clipping, photocopies, Mar. 4, 1974.
15. “United Nations’ Definition of Aggression.” Typescript, Dec. 1974.
16. “War-Exclusive or War-Inclusive Style in International Conduct.” Typescripts, reprints, Winter 1976.
17. “War-Exclusive or War-Inclusive Style in International Conduct.” Typescript.
18. “The Great Nuremberg Trial.” Reprint, Mar. 1976.
19. “Approaches to International Law in Different Disciplines.” Reprint, Apr. 1976.
20. “Die chilenische Politik des Verschwindenlassens im Lichte der Nürnberger Rechtsprechung.” Photocopy, section in book, 1977.
21. “Human Nature Is Good.” Clipping, Mar. 1978.
22. “Rewriting the Vietnam War.” Typescript, magazine issue, Dec. 1978.
23. “Humanitarian Military Assistance to Criminally Oppressed Peoples.” Photocopy, 1979.
24. AIJD Report, Spring 1979.
25. “Rewriting the Vietnam War.” Reprint, Mar. 5, 1979.
26. “The Positive Messages of ‘Nuremberg’ for the Nuclear Age.” Clipping, Aug. 1979.
27. “Humanitarian Intervention” (written with Michael Riesman, Joseph H. Crown), Photocopy, May 24, 1980.
28. “Hostage Rescue Mission Criteria.” Typescript, clipping, May 27, 1980.
29. “Ersteinsatz von Atomwaffen.” Reprint, 1981.
30. “First Use of Nuclear Weapons.” Reprint, 1981.
31. “International Law Prohibits the First Use of Nuclear Weapons.” Photocopy, May 1981.
32. “Report of the Committee on Armed Conflict on the 1980 Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.” Reprint, 1981-1982.
33. “A Note on Israeli Responsibilities.” Section in book, 1982.
34. “First Nuclear Strike is Prohibited by International Law.” Typescript, Feb. 16, 1982.
35. “Law and nuclear war.” Photocopy, June/July 1982.
36. “A Note on Israeli Responsibilities.” Photocopy, Sept. 1983.
37. “The Lesson of the Korean Airplane Tragedy.” Typescript, clipping, Nov. 1983.
38. “NATO States are Not Obligated to Participate in Nuclear War.” Reprint, 1984.
39. “Commentary and Correspondence.” Photocopy, Summer 1984.
40. “The Nuclear Collision Course: Can International Law Be Of Help?” Reprint, Spring/Summer 1985.
41. “The Nuclear Collision Course: Can International Law Be of Help?” Typescripts, notes.
42. “Die Bedeutung der Nürnberger Prozesse für das Atomzeitalter.” Photocopy, 1985.
43. “’Nürnberg’ als Botschaft gegen Fatalismus und Resignation.” Photocopy, 1986.
44. “Does the Tokyo Summit Declaration Support the U.S. Attacks on Libya?” Typescript, May 11, 1986.
45. “An Officer and a Gentleman?” Clipping, Aug. 1986.
46. “Die Lehren von Nürnberg für die Verhinderung eines Nuklearkriegs.” Clipping, 1987.
47. “The ‘Amerika’ TV Series.” Photocopy, correspondence, background materials, Apr./May 1987.
48. “The Purpose of the Nuremberg Trials.” Photocopy, June/July 1987.
49. “The Fate of Soviet POWs in World War II.” Photocopy, 1988.
50. “Ein Groß-Projekt der UNO.” Magazine issue, 1989.
51. “The Centrality of International Law and International Organizations for Peace in the Nuclear Age.” Proofs, magazine issue, 1989.
52. “George Bush’s 1972 Evaluation of the UN: Is It Now Lower?” Photocopies, May/June 1989.
53. “The United Nations’ Effort to Establish a Right of the Peoples to Peace.” Magazine issue, 1990.
54. “The United Nations’ Effort to Establish a Right of the Peoples to Peace.” Drafts.
Folders 55-101: Encyclopedia articles.
55. “Bandung Conference.” Clipping, typescript.
56. “Berlin Airlift.” Clipping.
57. “Central Treaty Organization (CENTO).” Clipping, typescript.
58. “Cold War.” Typescript.
59. “Colombo Plan for Cooperative Economic Development in South and Southeast Asia.” Clipping, typescript.
60. “Democratic Republic of Germany.” Typescript, clipping, 1968.
61. “Disarmament.” Typescript, mimeo. Copies, 1960.
62. “European Integration.” Clipping, typescript.
63. “European Payments Union.” Typescript, 1955.
64. “Exile.” Clipping, typescript, 1972.
65. “Federal Republic of Germany.” Clipping, typescript, 1968.
66. “French Community.” Clipping, typescript, 1962.
67. “Genocide.” Typescript.
68. “Germany.” Clipping, typescript.
69. “International Law.” Typescripts, 1958.
70. “International Law, private.” Typescript.
71. “International Red Cross Conference.” Typescript, 1949.
72. “Iron Curtain.” Typescript.
73. “Labor, Child.” Clipping, typescript.
74. “Neutralism.” Typescript.
75. “North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).” Clipping, typescript, 1968.
76. “Oppenheimer Case.” Clipping, 1955.
77. “Pan-Germanism.” Clipping, typescript, 1955.
78. “Paris Peace Conference.” Clipping, typescript, 1946.
79. “Peace Treaties.” Typescript, 1948.
80. “Petition.” Clipping, typescript.
81. “Police State.” Typescript, 1955.
82. “Protectorate.” Typescript, 1955.
83. “Puppet State.” Typescript, 1955.
84. “Reece Committee Report on Foundations.” Clipping, 1955.
85. “Sacco-Vanzetti Case.” Typescript, 1955.
86. “Sanctions, International.” Clipping, typescript.
87. “The Secretary General of the United Nations.” Clipping, typescript, 1963.
88. “Segregation.” Clipping, typescripts, 1955, 1958.
89. “Segregation and the Negro.” Clipping, 1955.
90. “South-East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO).” Typescript.
91. “Summit Conferences.” Clipping, typescript.
92. “Swastika.” Typescript, 1955.
93. “Totalitarianism.” Typescript.
94. “Trade Agreements.” Clippings.
95. “United Nations: The First Ten Years.” Clipping.
96. “Utilitarianism.” Clipping, typescript.
97. “Utopia.” Clipping, typescript, 1955.
98. “War Crimes.” Clipping, typescript, ca. 1962.
99. “War Crimes Trials.” Typescript, 1949.
100. “Warsaw Pact.” Clipping, typescript.
101. “World Population Problems.” Clipping, typescript, 1958.

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Folders 1-82: Reviews, published and unpublished, 1934-1982.
1. “Americas Foreign Policy: The Great Debate.” Multiple review, clipping, 1943.
2. Anderson, Paul B. People Church and State in Modern Russia. Clipping, 1945.
3. Andrews, John B. Labor Law in Action. Typescript, 1938.
4. Appleman, John Alan. Military Tribunals and International Crimes. Photocopy, Jan. 1955.
5. Benton, Wilbourn E./Georg Grimm. Nuremberg. German Views of the War Trials. Typescript, 1970.
6. Die Beziehungen zwischen Deutschland und der Sowjetunion 1939-1941. Ed. Alfred Seidl. Typescript, 1949.
7. Bothe, Michael. Das Völkerrechtliche Verbot des Einsatzes Chemischer und Bakteriologischer Waffen. Clipping, 1975.
8. Bottome, Edgar M. The Balance of Terror; Possony, Stefan T./J.E. Pournelle. The Strategy of Technology. Clipping, 1972.
9. Boyle, Francis A. World Politics and International Law. Typescript, June 1986.
10. Bretton, Henry L. Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles. Clipping, typescript, 1953.
11. Brooks, Robert R. R. Unions of Their Own Choosing; Harris, Herbert. American Labor. Typescript, 1939.
12. Brown, Seyom. New Forces in World Politics. Clipping, typescript, Mar. 1975.
13. Brown, William Adams Jr. The Future Economic Policy of the United States. Clipping, Sept. 1944.
14. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Perspectives on Peace. Clipping, typescript, Sept. 1962.
15. Clark, Marjorie R./S. Fanny Simon. The Labor Movement in America. Typescript, 1938.
16. Crosser, Paul K. Ideologies and American Labor. Typescript, 1941.
17. Cyprian, Tadeusz/Jerzy Sawicki. Nuremberg in Retrospect. Typescript, 1967.
18. De Viti de Marco, A. Principii di Economia Finanziaria. Clipping, 1936.
19. Dinstein, Yoram. The Defense of “Obedience to Superior Orders” in International Law; Müller-Rappard, Ekkehard. L’Ordre Supérieure Militaire et la Responsabilité Pénale du Subordonné. Clipping, typescript, Oct. 1967.
20. Drost, Pieter N. The Crime of State. Typescript, 1959.
21. Ebenstein, William. The Nazi State. Clipping, typescript, Jan. 30, 1943.
22. Edwards, David V. Arms Control in International Politics. Clipping, typescript, Mar. 1970.
23. Esslinger, William. Politics and Science. Clipping, typescript, 1955.
24. Fantini, Oddone. La tutela del lavoro nell’ ordinamento giurdico italiano e nella legislazione internazionale. Clipping, 1934.
25. Faust, Fritz. Das Potsdamer Abkommen und seine Völkerrechtliche Bedeutung. Clipping, Apr. 1960.
26. Fawcett, J.E.S. The Law of Nations. Clipping, typescript, 1969.
27. Ferencz, Benjamin B. Less Than Slaves. Typescript, photocopy, July 1981.
28. Glassner, Martin Ira. Access to the Sea for Developing Land-Locked States. Typescript, 1973.
29. Glueck, Sheldon. War Criminals. Typescript, 1946.
30. Goldschmidt, Bertrand. The Atomic Complex. Typescript, 1982.
31. Hagen, Paul. Germany after Hitler. Clipping, Sept. 1944.
32. Hamilton, Edith. The Great Age of Greek Literature. Clipping, Jan. 30, 1943.
33. Heiden, Konrad. Der Fuehrer; Hamburger, L. How Nazi Germany Has Controlled Business. Clipping, typescript, 1944.
34. Hiller, Kurt (ed.). After Nazism – Democracy? Weber, August. A New Germany in a New Europe. Typescript, 1945.
35. Hoffmann, Gerhard. Strafrechtliche Verantwortung im Völkerrecht. Clipping, Jan. 1964.
36. International Labour Office. Labour Courts. An International Survey of Judicial Systems for the Settlement of Disputes. Typescript, 1938.
37. Israel and the United Nations. Clipping, typescript, 1957.
38. Jenks, Wilfred. Human Rights and International Labour Standards. Clipping, typescript, 1962.
39. Jeschek, Hans-Heinrich. Die Verantwortlichkeit der Staatsorgane nach Völkerstrafrecht. Typescript, 1952.
40. Justiz und NS-Verbrechen. Clipping, 1971.
41. Kohn, Hans (ed.). German History, Some New German Views. Clipping, typescript, 1954.
42. Kuczynski, Jurgen. Germany; Seydewitz, Max. Civil Life in Wartime Germany. Clipping, Dec. 1945.
43. LeMay, Curtis. Mission with LeMay. Typescript, 1965.
44. Lengyel, Emil. The Changing Middle East. Clipping, typescript, 1960.
45. Lindsay, Kenneth. Towards a European Parliament. Clipping, typescript, Apr. 1960.
46. London, Kurt. How Foreign Policy Is Made. Clipping, typescript, 1949.
47. Lord Russell of Liverpool. The Knights of Bushido. Typescript, 1958.
48. Monaco, Riccardo. Le Instituzioni Internazionali di Cooperazione Europea. Clipping, 1960.
49. Nash, Vernon. The World Must Be Governed. Clipping, Sept. 1949.
50. Neal, Fred Warner. War and Peace and Germany. Typescript, 1962.
51. Newman, Bernard. Balkan Backgrounds; Gross, Feliks. Crossroads of Two Continents. Clipping, typescript, Feb. 1946.
52. Nizer, Louis. What To Do With Germany. Clipping, typescript, June 1944.
53. The Nuremberg Trials. “Blue Series.” Typescript.
54. “On War and Peace, Failures and Hopes.” Multiple review, clipping, 1942.
55. Phillips, Robert. American Government and Its Problems. Typescript, 1942.
56. Pigors, Paul/L.C. McKenney/T.O. Armstrong. Social Problems in Labor Relations. Typescript, 1939.
57. Queneudec, Jean-Pierre. La Responsibilité international de l’Etat pour les fautes personnelles de ses agents. Typescript, 1966.
58. Quilici, Nello. Banca Romana. Clipping, Aug. 15, 1936.
59. Reel, A. Frank. The Case of General Yamashita. Clipping, typescript, Sept. 1950.
60. Richardson, J. Henry. Industrial Relations in Great Britain. Typescript, 1939.
61. Rosenthal, Alfred. Nietzsche’s “Europäisches Rasse-Problem”. (“Der Kampf um die Erdherrschaft”). Typescript, 1935.
62. Roucek, Joseph. Twentieth Century Political Thought. Clipping, Sept. 1946.
63. Schnorr, Gerhard. Das Arbeitsrecht als Gegenstand internationaler Rechtsetzung. Clipping, typescript, 1960.
64. Schwarzschild, Leopold. World in Trance. From Versailles to Pearl Harbor. Typescript, 1942.
65. Shirer, William L. The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich; Taylor, A. J. The Origins of World War II; Hitler’s Secret Book. Typescript, ca. 1961.
66. Shirer, Willliam L. The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. Typescript, notes.
67. Taylor, A.J.P. The Origins of World War II. Notes.
68. Hitler’s Secret Book. Notes.
69. Shirlaw, G.B./L.E. Jones. You and the Peace. Clipping, Feb. 1945.
70. Somerville, John. Soviet Marxism and Nuclear War. An International Debate. Clipping, typescript, Sept. 1983.
71. Sørensen, Max (ed.). Manual of Public International Law. Typescript, 1968.
72. Speer, Albert. Inside the Third Reich. Clipping, 1971.
73. Stavrianos, L.S. The Promise of the Coming Dark Age. Clipping, typescript, Dec. 1978.
74. Stonequist, Everett V. The Marginal Man. Typescript, ca. 1939.
75. Strasser, Otto/Michael Stern. Flight from Terror. Clipping, typescript, Mar. 27, 1943.
76. Taylor, Telford. Nuremberg and Vietnam; an American Tragedy. Clipping, typescript, Dec. 1971.
77. Tesauro, Giuseppe. Il Finanziamento delle Organizzazioni Internaziolani. Typescript, ca. 1969.
78. Troeger, Heinrich. Der Kapitalverkehr im deutschen Divisenrecht insbesondere die Verwaltung ausländischer Vermögen in Deutschland. Typescript, ca. 1934.
79. Verwey, Wil D. Economic Development, Peace and International Law. Notes, 1972.
80. Wilkins, William J. The Sword and the Gavel. Reprint, typescript, 1981.
81. Wise, Maurice K. Requisition in France and Italy. Reprint, Nov. 1944.
82. Woetzel, Robert K. The Nuremberg Trials in International Law. Typescript, 1960.
Folders 83-95: Translations by Fried from Italian into German, 1932-1936.
83. Book reviews, translated from Italian into German, 1930s.
84. Del Vecchio, Giorgio. “Staat und Staatengesellschaft.” Reprint, 1936.
85. Del Vecchio, Giorgio. “Über die Staatlichkeit des Rechtes.” Reprint, n.d.
86. Fanno, Marco. “Irrtümer in der Zeit als Ursachen wirtschaftlicher Schwankungen.” Reprint, 1932.
87. Fanno, Marco. “Die reine Theorie des Geldmarktes.” Reprint, 1933.
88. Fasiani, Mauro. “Der gegenwärtige Stand der reinen Theorie der Finanzwissenschaft in Italien.” Reprint, 1933.
89. Fossati, Eraldo. “Der Beitrag des Jean François Melon zur Finanzlehre.” Reprint, 1933.
90. Fubini, Renzo. “Über Wesen und Grenzen der finanzwirtschaftlichen Theorie.” Reprint, 1933.
91. Griziotti, Benvenuto. “Die Besoldungsverhältnisse der Beamtschaft und die neuere Entwicklung der Besoldungspolitik in Italien.” Reprint, ca. 1932.
92. Griziotti, Benvenuto. “Finanztheorie und Finanzrecht.” Reprint, 1936.
93. Papi, Giuseppe Ugo. “Die grundlegende Ursache der wirtschaftlichen Schwankungen.” Reprint, 1933.
94. Ricci, Umberto. “Die Kurve des Geldnutzens und die Theorie des Sparens.” Reprint, 1932.
95. Ricci, Umberto. “Theorie des Monopols mit zeitlich veränderlichen Preisen.” Reprint, 1935.

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96. Lecture correspondence, 1949-1954.
97. Lecture correspondence, 1957-1962.
98. Lecture correspondence, notes, 1966-1990.
99. List of speeches, 1950-1990.
100. “Die Gleichheit im Wahlrecht.” Advertisement, Vienna, May 8, 1931.
101. “Die Stellung der Bevoelkerung zu Recht und Rechtspflege.” Advertisement, Vienna, Apr. 20, 1936.
102. “Bevoelkerung und Rechtspflege.” Advertisement, Vienna, June 10, 1936.
103. “Stab in the Back Propaganda.” Typescript, New School lecture, 1941.
104. “The Plight of labor in Germany and Italy.” Letter, Princeton, NJ, Nov. 13, 1941.
105. “Military Determinism and the Rights of Men.” Advertisement, New School, Jan. 7, 1942.
106. Radio speeches, August 1942.
107. “Germany, a Problem for the Post-War World.” Advertisement, Summer Institute for Social Progress at Wellesley, June 1943.
108. “How Fast Is Germany Cracking?” Radio talk, Nov. 7, 1943.
109. Untitled radio talk. Typescript, Dec. 26, 1943.
110. “The Prospect for Lasting Peace.” Letter, Montreal, Jan. 17, 1945.
111. Speech at Women’s Canadian Club, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Montreal, Nov. 23, 1945. Newspaper clipping.
112. Midweek review, Canadian Broadcasting Company, June 19, 1946. Mimeographed text.
113. American Political Science Association. Letter, Cleveland, Dec. 1946.
114. “The Nuremberg Trials and Historical Sciences.” Mimeographed text, Sept. 1950.
115. “Freedom and Authority.” Twelfth Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion in their Relation to the Democratic Way of Life, New York, Sept. 4-7, 1951. Reprint.
116. Kiwanis Club, Herkimer, NY, June 1952. Speech text, clippings.
117. ALES-CIO Seminar. Program, Sept. 5-19, 1952.
118. United Nations Weekend, Schenectady, NY, Oct. 24-26, 18952. Advertisements.
119. “What’s New at the UN?” Advertisements, notes. Columbia University, Dec. 10, 1952; Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences, Mar. 3, 1953.
120. Anthropology Club, Hunter College, Mar. 17, 1954. Notes.
121. “Technical Assistance. What It Means, How It Works.” 9th Annual United Nations Seminar, Nov. 22-25, 1954. Advertisement.
122. “Treatment of Non-German Collaborators after World War II.” Notes, Yivo Institute, Jan. 23, 1956.
123. “The Promotion of Anti-semitism through the Abuse of Democratic and Socialist Concepts.” Jerusalem, Aug. 1957. Reprint, typescript.
124. B’nai B’rith, Gloversville, NY, Dec. 4, 1960. Notes, Clipping.
125. Human Rights Day Speech, Kathmandu, Dec. 10, 1964. Notes.
126. United World Federalists, Twentieth General Assembly, Washington, D.C., June 16-19, 1966. Program.
127. “The Law and Judgment of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg.” The National Lawyers Club, Washington, D.C., Nov. 5, 1966. Correspondence, programs.
128. National Lawyers Guild, 29th National Convention, NY, Feb. 10-13, 1967. Program.
129. “Legality of US Intervention in Vietnam.” University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 1, 1967. Notes, correspondence, clippings.
130. “The Friend-Foe Syndrome.” Pacem in Terris Institute, Manhattan College, Apr. 14, 1967. Typescripts, program, conference materials.
131. “How Can We End the Vietnam War?” Columbia University, Feb. 19, 1968. Note cards.
132. “Is American Military Intervention in Vietnam Legal?” Columbia University, Mar. 13, 1968. Note cards.
133. “The Illegality of U.S. Demands for ‘Reciprocity’ as a Condition for the Cessation of Bombing of North Vietnam.” World Conference of Lawyers for Vietnam, Grenoble, July 6-10, 1968. Mimeographed text.
134. New York Public Library rally, May 17, 1969. Notes, advertisement.
135. Lawyers’ Convocation on Vietnam. Church Center for the United Nations, Oct. 15, 1969. Note cards, correspondence.
136. Moratorium speech on Vietnam, Columbia University, Oct. 15, 1969. Notes.

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1. “My Lai and Nuremberg.” Michigan Bar Association, Detroit, Jan. 24, 1970. Notes, correspondence.
2. “A Hippocratic Oath for the Molders of Minds.” American Veterans Committee, Washington, Mar. 21, 1970. Typescript, program, correspondence.
3. “United States Military Intervention in Cambodia in the Light of International Law.” International Conference of Lawyers, New York University, Toronto, May 22-24, 1970. Typescripts.
4. “International Promotion of Human Rights by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).” American Political Science Association meeting, Los Angeles, Sept. 11, 1970. Program, typescripts.
5. “Achievements and Problems of the United Nations Security Council.” Symposium on 25 Years of the United Nations, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, Oct. 1970. Typescripts.
6. “Observations on the United States Invasion of Cambodia.” Oslo, June 20-25, 1971. Mimeographed typescripts.
7. “Anniversary of the Nurnberg Judgment: Oct. 1946-Oct. 1971.” Lehmann College, Oct. 1971. Typescript.
8. “L’Utilisation de Pays neuters par les Etats-Unis comme ‘Sanctuaires’ pour leur guerre d’Indochine, et l’invasion du Cambodge.” Algiers, Nov. 26-28, 1971. Mimeographed typescripts.
9. “Use of Neural Countries by the U.S.A. as ‘Sanctuaries’ for Its Indochina War, and the Invasion of Cambodia.” Algiers, Nov. 26-28, 1971. English version. Mimeo.
10. “The Dichotomy Between Morality and National Interest.” Conference on Morality Among Nations, Plattsburgh, NY, Feb. 22-24, 1972. Typescripts.
11. “Transnational Control in the Area of Criminal Justice.” American Society of International Law, Apr. 29, 1972. Reprint, typescript.
12. “Why Are We Still in Indochina?” Lehmann College, May 4, 1972. Notes.
13. “Independent Recognition and United Nations Membership of Two Germanies.” United Nations Church Center, NY, June 2-3, 1972. Typescript, correspondence.
14. “War by Ecocide.” International Commission of Enquiry into U.S. Crimes in Indochina, Stockholm, June 2-4, 1972. Mimeographed text.
15. “Objectives, Personnel, Public Information and Financing in the UN System.” Ohio State University, Mar. 16, 1973. Program, correspondence.
16. “International Adjudication of International Criminality.” World Peace Through Law Conference, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Aug. 1973. Typescripts.
17. “Arab Israel Conflict After UN Cease Fire.” Lehmann College, Oct. 24, 1973. Notes.
18. “Will the 1973 Paris Agreement on Vietnam Hold?” Lehmann College, Feb. 27, 1974. Notes.
19. “Differences between the Nuremberg Tribunal of 1945/6 and the Proposed International Criminal Court.” Brussels, May 20-22, 1974. Typescript.
20. “The President’s Powers to Take the U.S. into War.” Lehmann College, Mar. 19, 1975. Advertisements.
21. Lecture to Italian Students Club, Nov. 1975. Notes.
22. “Continuing Significance of the Nuremberg Principles.” Helsinki, Sept. 24, 1976. Typescript, notes.
23. “Thirty Years after Nuremberg.” Lehmann College, Oct. 20-21, 1976. Notes, clipping.
24. “The Policy of Secret Disappearance in Chile in the Light of Nuremberg Precedents.” Bonn, Nov. 24-26, 1976. Typescripts, clippings, correspondence.
25. “Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit der chilenischen Junta im Lichte der Nürnberger Prozesse.” Nuremberg, Nov. 26, 1976. Typescript.
26. “La Signification permanente des principles de Nuremberg.” Paris, Dec. 11, 1976. Typescripts, notes.
27. “Crimes of the Chilean Junta.” Community Church of New York, Jan. 22, 1977. Advertisement, correspondence.
28. Remarks. Lehmann College, May 5, 1977. Typescript.
29. “Removing Some Major Obstacles to Disarmament and Détente.” World Peace Council, Helsinki, Summer 1977. Typescripts, notes.
30. “The Conspiracy Charge at the Nuremberg Trial against the Major German War Criminals.” Hofstra University, Nov. 3, 1977. Typed notes.
31. “Growing Dangers Require a Broadened Approach by the Peace Movement. Manhattan College, Nov. 11-12, 1977. Typed notes, correspondence.
32. “Removing Some Major Obstacles to Disarmament and Détente.” World Conference on Disarmament and Détente, Washington, D.C., Jan. 25-26, 1978. Typed notes.
33. “Disarmament and the UN System.” Church Center, NY, June 5, 1978. Advertisement, typed notes.
34. Ninth World Congress of Sociology, Uppsala, Sweden, Aug. 14-19, 1978. Typed notes, correspondence.
35. “The Nuremberg Trial: Reminiscences by a Participant.” Network Canada Conference, Dec. 28-Jan. 1, 1979. Program, correspondence.
36. “The Positive Messages of ‘Nuremberg’ for the Nuclear Age.” IPSA World Congress, Moscow, Aug. 17, 1979. Typescripts, notes.
37. “30th DDR Anniversary.” International Conference on the Reality of the German Democratic Republic, Columbia University, Dec. 7, 1979. Typed notes, clipping.
38. “Nuclear Weapons: Current U.S. Policy – Law of Warfare.” Wayne State University, Mar. 20, 1980. Advertisement, notes.
39. “The Escallating Danger: from Deterrence Doctrine to First Strike, or Counterforce Doctrine.” Dundas, Ottowa, June 19, 1980. Program, clippings, notes.
40. “Remarks on the Representation of Kampuchea at the 35th Session of the General Assembly.” UN Church Center, Sept. 15, 1980. Typescript, clippings.
41. “The Law Absolutely Prohibits Any First Nuclear Attack.” International Association of Democratic Lawyers, Malta, Nov. 13-17, 1980. Typescript, programs.
42. “Erstgebrauch Nuklearer Waffen ist voelkerrechtlich verboten.” Hamburg, Apr. 24, 1981. Typescripts.
43. Speech at UN Church Center, June 5, 1981. Typescript.
44. “New International Economy.” Center for Cuban Studies, NY, Mar. 25, 1982. Typed note cards.
45. Speech on Nuclear War. Church of Heavenly Rest, June 27, 1982. Typescript.
46. “Would a First Use of Nuclear Weapons be Permissible under Existing International Law?” Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 9-14, 1982. Typescripts.
47. “On the Illegality of Nuclear Weapons.” SUNY at Stony Brook, Oct. 12, 1982. Typescript.
48. “Remarks on the Global Ramifications of the Israel-Lebanon War.” Brussels, Oct. 23, 1982. Typescript, conference materials.
49. “Appeal to the People of the U.S.” International Conference of Lawyers, Algiers, Dec. 10-12, 1982. Typescript, correspondence.
50. “The Preparations for Nuclear War in the Light of International Law.” Nuremberg, Feb. 18, 1983. Typescript, conference materials.

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1. “Illegality of first use of nuclear weapons.” Colorado State University, Apr. 29, 1983. Notes, correspondence, clipping.
2. “Beliefs That May Destroy Us: Arguments for Nuclear Weapons.” University of Denver School of Law, May 2, 1983. Typescript.
3. “Les Membres de l’Otan n’ont pas d’obligation de participer à la guerre nucleaire.” Brussels, Oct. 1-2, 1983. Typescript, notes, conference materials.
4. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Oct. 1983? Typescripts.
5. “Nazi War Criminals and International Law.” Conference of Holocaust Survivors in Pursuit of Justice. Temple Israel, Albany, NY, Apr. 27, 1984. Typescript, conference materials.
6. “Code of Conduct for Nuclear Weapon States.” International Association of Democratic Lawyers, Athens, Oct. 18, 1984. Typescript, conference materials.
7. “The Axioms Underlying the Nuclear Arms Race: The More Destruction, the Better; and the Less Reflection, the Better.” International Forum for Peace and Security in Europe, Brussels, Feb. 28-Mar. 3, 1985. Typescript, conference materials.
8. “Nuremberg Medical Ethical Code.” Haifa University School of Medicine, July 5, 1985. Typed notes, materials.
9. “The Significance of ‘Nuremberg’ for Peace in the Nuclear Age.” Nuremberg, Nov. 23-24, 1985. Typescript, materials.
10. “The True Topic of the Nuremberg Trials was the Future of Mankind.” United Nations, Sept. 27, 1986. Typescript, conference materials.
11. “The True Purpose of the Nuremberg Trials: To Save Mankind from the Scourge of War.” Moscow, Nov. 11-13, 1986. Typescript, conference materials.
12. “The Significance of ‘Nuremberg’ for Peace.” Panel discussion, UNESCO, Paris, Dec. 13, 1986. Typescript.
13. “The Continuing Significance of the Judgments of the American Nuremberg Tribunals.” Ann Arbor, MI, Apr. 4, 1987. Typescript.
14. Introduction to the Panel. Conference on Nuclear Weapons and International Law, New York, Aug. 29-31, 1987. Typescript, conference materials.
15. “Der Entwurf eines Kodex der Verbrechen gegen den Frieden und die Sicherheit der Menschheit.” East Berlin, Sept. 28, 1987. Typescript, clippings, materials.
16. “Das Nuremberger Juristenurteil im Zeichen des 40. Jahrestages des Nuremberger Prozesses.” East Berlin, Sept. 28, 1987. Typescript, clippings.
17. “Die Bedeutung der Nurembergische Prinzipien fuer das Nuklearzeitalter.” Potsdam, Sept. 30, 1987. Typescript.
18. “The Lessons of the Nuremberg Tribunals for Securing Peace in Our Time.” Humboldt University, Oct. 2, 1987. Notes.
19. “The United Nations’ Effort to Establish a Right of the Peoples to Peace.” Moscow, June 1989. Synopsis, conference materials.
20. “The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code of Medical Ethics.” Boston, Dec. 4-5, 1989. Typescript, notes, conference materials.
21. “The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code of Medical Ethics.” Materials.
22. Fried testimonial speech. Dec. 14, 1989. Typescript.

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23. Conference on Germany After the War. New York, Apr. 29-30, June 3-4, 1944. Program.
24. International Law Association, New York University Conference, 1958. Conference bulletin.
25. A.A.U.N., Manhattan Chapter Conference, Dec. 3, 1960. Program.
26. “A Day at the United Nations.” New York, Feb. 25, 1961. Programs.
27. 1961 Mid-Atlantic Model General Assembly. New York, Mar. 24-26, 1961. Program.
28. National Student Leadership Institute on the United Nations, Sarah Lawrence College, June 14-21, 1963. Program, correspondence.
29. Conference on “The Evolution of Statecraft for International Co-operation and the Solution of Conflicts.” 1964. Correspondence.
30. Conference of Scientists on Survival, University of Denver, June 19-21, 1964. Program, correspondence.
31. National Lawyers Guild Twenty-Ninth Convention, New York City, Feb. 10-13, 1967. Program, correspondence.
32. Conference on “Military Conscription in the United States.” Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism, New York City, Apr. 16, 1967. Correspondence.
33. Stockholm Conferences on Vietnam, July 6-9, 1967-1970. Conference materials.
34. “The United States in a Revolutionary World.” Princeton University, Apr. 2-4, 1968. Program.
35. United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). Meeting, Dec. 13, 1968. List of panelists.
36. “The Nuremberg Trials and Objection to Military Service in Vietnam.” American Society of International Law, Apr. 24-26, 1969. Programs, conference materials.
37. Fifth International Congress for Military Law and Law of War, Dublin, May 25-30, 1970. Conference materials, program.
38. Stockholm Conference on Vietnam. Copenhagen, Oct. 10-16, 1972. Conference materials.
39. International Conference for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement, Stockholm, Mar. 29-31, 1974. Correspondence, materials.
40. Legal Conference on the Implementation of the Paris Agreement, Washington, D.C., June 1-2, 1974. Correspondence.
41. International Commission of Enquiry into Crimes of the Military Junta in Chile, Denmark, June 26-27, 1974. Draft of a resolution.
42. Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Helsinki, 1975. Correspondence, materials.
43. Conference on the Nürnberg War Crimes Trials as History, Law and Morality, Washington, D.C., Mar. 13-14, 1975. Program, notes.
44. International Commission of Enquiry on Chile. Madrid, Nov. 1975. Notes.
45. 4th International Criminal Law Conference, San Juan, Jan. 1976. Correspondence, conference materials.
46. International Commission of Enquiry into the Crimes of the Military Junta in Chile, Stockholm, Sept. 11, 1976. Conference materials.
47. International Human Rights Conference, Dedham, MA, Oct. 21-24, 1976. Program.
48. 2nd Philadelphia Conference on the Holocaust, Feb. 16-18, 1977. Program booklet.
49. Conference on the Holocaust, Mar. 8, 1977. Program, correspondence.
50. Bridgetown, Barbados conference, May 27-31, 1977. Notes, conference materials.
51. American Society of International Law, Washington, D.C., Apr. 27-29, 1978. Program, notes.
52. Conference on Micronesia, National Council of Churches, New York City, Oct. 5, 1978. Correspondence.
53. World Conference in Solidarity with Chile, Madrid, Nov. 9-12, 1978. Correspondence.
54. International Association of Democratic Lawyers, Mission to Vietnam, Apr. 25 – May 5, 1979. Itinerary, notes.
55. Nuremberg reunion dinner, Washington, D.C., Nov. 10, 1979. Program, Nuremberg directory.
56. International Studies Association, Los Angeles, CA, Mar. 21, 1980. Conference materials, correspondence.
57. Columbia University Seminar on Problems of Peace, Feb. 17, 1981. Program.
58. The Ninth General Conference of the International Peace Research Association, Orillia, Ottowa, June 21-26, 1981. Conference program.
59. DBI/NGO Conference on Energy, Sept. 10, 1981. Correspondence, report on conference.
60. United States Military Academy Symposium on The Theory and Practice of American National Security 1945-1960, Apr. 21-23, 1982. Conference materials.
61. Mission dans les Territoires Occupés par Israël, May 22-28, 1982. Conference materials.
62. International Symposium on Morality & Legality of Nuclear Weapons, New York City, June 4-5, 1982. Correspondence, conference materials.
63. Annual Conference of the Dept. of Public Information for NGOs, Sept. 8-10, 1982. Final report.
64. U.S. Anti-war delegation to Moscow, Nov. 23 – Dec. 2, 1982. Itinerary.
65. “The Genetic Code of the Arms Race.” Hunter College, Apr. 12, 1983. Correspondence.
66. “The Nuclear Debate: Rationality, Morality, Security and Stability.” United States Military Academy, Senior Conference XXI, West Point, NY, June 2-4, 1983. Conference materials.
67. Second Annual Conference on Language and Communication, New York, Dec. 15, 1983. Program.
68. Disarmament Forum, United Nations, New York, Oct. 24-30, 1984. Materials.
69. CUNY Conference on European Peace Movement, Dec. 7, 1984. Notes.
70. “Search and prosecution of Nazi criminals.” Socialist Scholars Conference, CUNY, Apr. 5-6, 1985. Notes.
71. Facing History and Ourselves Conference, 1985. Correspondence, conference materials.
72. International Conference of Lawyers on ‘The Rights of Peoples and International Cooperation as Prerequisites of Human Rights’, Brussels, May 7-8, 1988. Conference proceedings.
73. International Symposium on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Education, New York, June 15, 1989. Conference outline.
74. 13th Congress of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers, Barcelona, Mar. 20-24, 1990. Program.

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SubSeries 4: Time Magazine/Fortune, 1943-1944

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1. Time Magazine/Fortune. Correspondence, 1943-1944.
2. Time Magazine/Fortune. Reports by John Fried, 1944.
3. “Report on Prisoner of War Camps.” Apr. 17, 1944.
4. International press releases, cables, 1943-1944.
5. “The International Labour Office.” Correspondence with Fortune Magazine, 1944.
6. “The International Labour Office.” Copy of article in Fortune, typescripts, 1944.

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7. International Labour Office, Montreal, Canada. Correspondence and documents, 1942-1946.
8. International Labour Office. Correspondence, 1944-1954.
9. Reports authored by John Fried, 1944-1948.
10. “The Social and Economic Role of Engineers and Technicians.” I.L.O. report by Fried, June 1946.
11. Exploitation of Foreign Labour by Germany (1945). Typescripts.
12. Exploitation of Foreign Labour by Germany (1945). Typescripts.
13. Exploitation of Foreign Labour by Germany. Materials.
14. Exploitation of Foreign Labour by Germany. Reviews.

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SubSeries 6: Yivo Institute Regesta Diplomatica Research Project, 1955-1963

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15. Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Yad Vashem). Fried’s application for a research grant, 1954-1958.
16. Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. Correspondence with Jacob Robinson, 1955-1963.
17. Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. General correspondence.
18. Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. Regesta Diplomatica project: “Project on the contemplated Catalogue of Documents on the European Jewish Catastrophe.” Typescripts, 1955-1963.
19. Regesta Diplomatica project. Bibliography.
20. Regesta Diplomatica project. Notes.

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SubSeries 7: Brookings Institution Study, 1959-1963

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1. Brookings Institution Study: “Financing the U.N.” Notes, typescripts.
2. Brookings Institution Study. Correspondence, 1959-1963.
3. Fried, John H. E. “Financial Impact of Headquarters Location on Host City and Country.” Mimeographed typescript.
4. Fried, John H. E. “Financial Impact of the Location of United Nations Headquarters in New York City.” Typescripts.
5. Fried, John H. E. “U.N. Revenue Through Levies on International Activities.” Typescript, Nov. 1962.
6. Brookings Institution Study. Background materials.

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SubSeries 8: Nuremberg book project, ca. 1953-1975

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7. Early outline, ca. 1949.
8. Progress reports, Leonard and Sophie Davis Foundation, 1967, 1969.
9. Outlines, 1970.
10. Human Rights and International Justice. Correspondence with publishers, 1959-1974.
11. Human Rights and International Justice. Correspondence with Macmillan Publishers, 1953-1973.
12. Proposal, Faculty Research Award Program, C.U.N.Y., 1974.
13. Outlines, 1974-1975.
14. “Comments on the Agenda for a Conference on ‘Nuremberg’.” Typescript, Mar. 11, 1975.
15. Short summary of Nuremberg Judgment for C.U.N.Y. film presentation.
16. Nuremberg book, early drafts.
17. Human Rights and International Justice. Introduction, pp. i-vii. Typescripts.
18. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. I, pp. 1-12.
19. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. II, pp. 13-49.
20. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. III, pp. 50-63.
21. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. III, part 2, pp. 64-102.
22. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. III, part 3, pp. 103-154.
23. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. IV, pp. 155-182.
24. Human Rights and International Justice. Chap. V, pp. 183-221.
25. Human Rights and International Justice. Materials not used. Typescripts.
26. Notes on topics: asylum, bad conscience, Burma-Siam railway, collaboration.
27. Notes on topics: concentration camps.
28. Notes on topics: crimes against humanity.
29. Notes on topics: crimes against peace.
30. Notes on topics: culture, deportation, economic exploitation.

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1. Notes on topics: ex post facto principle.
2. Notes on topics: extracts from the Judgment in the Flick case.
3. Notes on topics: extradition.
4. Notes on topics: fair trial.
5. Notes on topics: genocide, Hague regulations, how much international action.
6. Notes on topics: inhumane treatment.
7. Notes on topics: international justice, international law.
8. Notes on topics: introduction.
9. Notes on topics: Japan, killing.
10. Notes on topics: justice.
11. Notes on topics: labor, slave labor.
12. Notes on topics: life & security, London Charter, marriage.
13. Notes on topics: medical experimentation, euthanasia.
14. Notes on topics: nationality, necessity, popular participation.
15. Notes on topics: propaganda.
16. Notes on topics: property.
17. Notes on topics: Richard Quirin, religion, Riom proceedings.
18. Notes on topics: superior orders.
19. Notes on topics: superior orders and the Law of War (Jan. 1948).
20. Notes on topics: U.N. War Crimes Commission – statistics, etc.
21. Notes on topics: warnings.
22-23. Miscellaneous notes.
24. Lessons of Nuremberg.
25. Significance of Nuremberg.
26. Nuremberg materials “for Epstein outlines.”
27-28. Nuremberg background materials.

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SubSeries 9: Manuscripts, 1929-1986

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Folders 1-15: Oversize manuscripts:
1. Fried, Edrita. Artistic Productivity and Mental Health. Reviews.
2. “Aspects of the Crimes of Deportation and Enslavement and Connected Crimes.” Typescript, Mar. 5, 1947.
3. Book notes.
4. “Drive for Democratic Solidarity.” Typescript, 1941.
5. “Forms of Committing War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity.” Typescript, July 18, 1947.
6. “Germany’s Way to Defeat: Liberalism Through Militarism or Liberation From Militarism: The German Problem.” Typescript, notes, 1943.
7. “Germany’s Way to Defeat: Pre World War I.” Typescripts, notes.
8. “Germany’s Way to Defeat: Road to Defeat 1914-1918.” Typescripts, notes.
9. “Germany’s Way to Defeat: Final Days and End of the War.” Typescripts, notes.
10. “Germany’s Way to Defeat: WWI, Revolution.” Typescripts.
11. “Remarks concerning an ‘Institute for the Study and Development of International Law’.” Typescript, ca. 1950-1951.
12. “Remarks on Reconstruction Planning in India.” American Political Science Association, Chicago, 1946. Typescript.
13. “Slave Labor and Deportation. Analysis of the Nurnberg War Crimes Trials, 1945-1949.” Typescript, 1953.
14. U.N. Security Council article. Typescript, Spring 1971.
15. “Zur Idea einer Ständevertretung.” Typescript, undated.
16. Ideas for articles, lectures, 1940s.
17. Ideas for papers, early 1940s.
18. Ideas for articles, 1970s.
19. Outlines, ideas for articles, undated.
20. “Activities in Social and Humanitarian Fields.” Typescript of chapter, ca. 1954-1955.
21. Analysis of Prof. Bedau article by Fried. Typescript, Feb. 1973.
22. “The Aspects of a New Organization.” Typescript, ca. 1940.
23. “Aspects of Germanization.” Typescript, ca. 1941.
24. “Attrapen Kultur.” Manuscript, 1943.
25. “The Austrian Legal System.” Columbia University, ca. 1940.
26. “Civil Liberties. The Scientist’s and the Artist’s Approach.” Typescript, Mar. 29, 1940.
27. “Civil Liberties and the New Tyranny.” Typescript, ca. 1938-1939.
28. “Comment on paper of Karl W. Deutsch.” Typescript, 1954.
29. “Comments on Part X (Right of Access of Land-Locked States to and from the Sea and Freedom of Transit”) of the Informal Composite Negotiating Text of the Third U.N. Conference on the Law of the Sea.” Typescript, 1977.
30. “Comments […] on Professor Louis B. Sohn’s Working Paper on the Settlement of International Disputes.” Typescript, 1974.
31. “Comparative Government.” Typescript, 1961.
32. Untitled article on “crusading era.” Typescript, ca. 1940.
33. “Democratic Tools in Fascist Hands.” Typescript, 1943.
34. “Democracy, Autonomy and Burocracy in Labor Relations.” Typescript, early 1940s.
35. “Destruction of Dikes, and Similar Measures: the Nurnberg Precedent.” Typescript, Oct. 1972.
36. “The Dichotomy between Morality and National Interest.” Typescript, July 1973.

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1. “Did Democracy Facilitate Fascism in pre-Hitler Europe?” Typescript, Feb. 1939.
2. “Do Common Concepts of Decency still exist in Europe?” Typescript, ca. 1940.
3. “Dies the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution Justify the U.S. War in Vietnam?” Typescript, Aug. 20, 1967.
4. “Draft for Democratic Committee Resolution.” Typescript, Sept. 25, 1974.
5. “Draft for Letter to the Editor, New York Times, signed by the LCPN Co-Chairmen or by John Fried.” Typescript, May 1, 1986.
6. “Draft Resolution on ‘Annual Review of UN Affairs’.” Typescript, May 7, 1956.
7. “Economic Regionalism in Europe – a proposed area for study and research at GBA.” Typescript, Oct. 26, 1960.
8. “The effect of war on the concepts of civil liberties.” Typescript, Oct. 19, 1939.
9. “Émigré Loyalty League.” Typescript, 1940.
10. “The End of the Specter of Frontiers.” Typescript, 1943.
11. “Fascist Militarization and Education for War.” Typescript, 1954.
12. “The Formation of Greater Political Units and Greater Political Unity.” Typescript, June 1941.
13. “The Future of Federalism.” Typescript, 1943.
14. “Germany after Ten Years of Hitler.” Typescript, ca. 1943.
15. “The Great American Debate on World Politics.” Typescript, undated.
16. “How Efficient is International Law?” Typescript, undated.
17. “How Fast is Germany Cracking?” Typescript, Nov. 7, 1943.
18. “How to Overcome the Fear of Nuclear Surprise Attack.” Typescript, 1956.
19. “Ideas for a Memorandum concerning the establishment of a ‘German Institute’ in New York City.” Typescript, undated.
20. “In the Indochina Conflict, the FULL Humanitarian Provisions of the Law of War Apply.” Typescript, Oct. 1972.
21-22. “International Concern for Human Rights.” Typescript, June 1955.
23. “International Concern for Human Rights.” Chapter…
24. “International Concern for Human Rights.” Early version. Typescript.
25. “International Law: Essentials and Meaning.” Draft outline, undated.
26. “Is the Arms Race ‘Inevitable’?” Typescript, Mar. 1976.
27. “Italian Futurism.” Typescript, ca. 1943.
28. “Kann die Wissenschaft zur nationalen und sozialen Verständigung beitragen?” Typescript, 1929.
29. “The Law of War, and the War on Law.” Typescript, 1977.
30. “Mass and Social Technique.” Typescript, ca. 1938-1939.
31. “Mediation and arbitration in labor disputes with special reference to European legislation.” Typescript, 1938.
32. “Methods of Solving International Conflicts.” Typescript, undated.
33. “Militarism in an Era of Pacifism.” Typescript, ca. 1940.
34. “Nationalsozialismus und Antisemitismus.” Typescript, ca. 1938-1940.
35. Notes of discussion: Margaret Mead, Gregory Bateson, Lawrence K. Frank, John Fried.” Typescript, Jan. 22, 1942.
36. “Notes on the Law of Armed Conflict According to the Judgments of the U.S. Nuremberg Tribunals and U.S. Army Field Manual FM 27-10.” Typescript, June 1976.
37. “Notes on the Law of Armed Conflict.” Correspondence, materials.
38. “Notes on the Participation of Piero Calamandrei in the UNESCO-sponsored international symposium…” Typescript, correspondence, 1968.
39. “Notes on the Work of the Committee on Review of the UN Charter of the American Branch, I.L.A.” Typescript, undated.
40. “’Nuremberg’ and the Jewish Holocaust.” Typescript, Nov. 9, 1978; correspondence with Margot Stern Strom, 1978-1980.
41. “The Nuremberg ‘Code’ of Human Experimentation.” Typescript, July 1985.
42. “The Nuremberg Judgment: It is still relevant?” Typescript, undated.
43. “Observations on the Concepts of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity.” Typescript, June 1983.
44. “On Failures and Hopes.” Typescript, undated.
45. “Outline for a Report on Techniques and Devices of Fascism in Italy and Germany after World War I.” Typescript, Mar. 17, 1949.
46. “The Outlook for Vietnam. Impressions from a Visit to Hanoi.” Typescript, Jan. 1973.
47. “Petition: The Decision to Award the Nobel Peace Prize to Mr. Henry Kissinger Should be Revised in the Light of Subsequently Revealed Information.” Typescript, June 11, 1975.
48. “Political Developments in Germany in World War I.” Typescript, undated.
49. “Political Thought in Post-Hitler Germany.” Typescript, undated.
50. “Post-War Reconstruction by a Multiple System of Functional Administration.” Typescript, July 22, 1942.

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2. “Principles Concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation Among States.” Mimeographed typescript, 1970.
3. “The Promotion of Anti-Semitism through the Abuse of Democratic and Socialist Concepts.” Typescript, undated.
4. “Proportional representation in collective bargaining unites. A proposition of Lujo Brentano in 1918.” Manuscript, ca. 1940.
5. “Remarks about Propaganda in War Time.” Typescript, 1941.
6. “Remarks on a Study of German Legal Traditions and Institutions.” Typescript, 1943.
7. “Remarks on Majority Rule.” Typescript, Mar. 1940.
8. “Remarks on the Future of the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy.” Typescript, May 26, 1986.
9. “Report of the Committee on Armed Conflict on the 1980 Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.” Typescript, Summer 1982.
10. “Report on Prisoner of War Camps.” Typescript, Apr. 17, 1944.
11. “Report on Ten Years of Hitlerism.” Typescript, undated.
12. “Responsibility for War Crimes.” Typescript, Oct. 1972.
13. “The Revolution against the Kaiser and the Revolution against Hitler.” Typescript, ca. 1941-1942.
14. “The Role of Democracy in Labor Relations,” pp. i-viii, 1-160. Typescript, undated.
15. “The Role of Democracy in Labor Relations,” pp. 161-343.
16. “The Role of Democracy in Labor Relations,” pp. 344-410.
17. “Science for Survival and Global Security.” Typescript of panel discussion, June 1982.
18. “The Significance, under international law, of the Intensified Air and Naval War against Indochina.” Typescript, Oct. 1972.
19. “The Social Stratification of the Third Reich.” Typescript, undated.
20. “SS-Colonel Walter Rauff.” Typescript, Jan. 1975.
21. “Stereotypes in International Affairs.” Typescript, undated.
22. “The Struggle for the Meaning of Fundamental Rights.” Typescript, book outline, 1943.
23. “Summary of Remarks on the Representation of Kampuchea…” Typescript, Sept. 15, 1980.
24. “Symbols of Political Community. Comments by John H.E. Fried on the paper by Karl W. Deutsch.” Typescript, 1954.
25. “Techniques and Devices of Fascism in Italy and Germany after World War I.” Typescript, July 31, 1949.
26. “There Will Be No Third War.” Typescript, book outline, undated.
27. 30th Anniversary of Nuremberg Trials. Typescript, 1976.
28. “The True Topic of the Nuremberg Trials was the Future of Mankind.” Typescript, Sept. 27, 1986.
29. “Twenty Years after Nuremberg.” Typescript, Sept. 1966.
30. UNITAR Study: “Wider Acceptance of Treaties.” Early versions, typescript, Dec. 1968.
31. “For Wider Acceptance of United Nations Treaties.” Typescript, 1969.
32. UNITAR Study. Chap. 2: “Analysis of Statistical Data Regarding Acceptance of United Nations Treaties.” Typescript, Apr. 10, 1969.
33. UNITAR Study. Chap. 3: “International Measures to Foster Acceptances.” Typescript, Mar. 1969.
34. UNITAR Study. Chap. 4: “Constitutional Requirements and Legislative Procedures Concerning the Conclusion of Treaties.” Typescript, Apr. 7, 1969.
35. UNITAR Study. Chap. 5: “National Administrative Machinery.” Typescript, Mar. 31, 1969.
36. UNITAR Study. Chap. [6]: “Final Clauses Related to Acceptance.” Typescript, Feb. 4, 1969.
37. UNITAR Study. Chap. 9: “Succession or Accession to Multilateral Treaties previously extended to the dependent territories.” Mimeographed typescript, undated.
38. UNITAR Study: “Wider Acceptance of Multilateral Treaties.” Typescript, 1969.
39. UNITAR Study. Unused materials, notes.
40-42. United Nations Security Council Book project. Typescript, ca. 1971.
43. “U.S. Commitment to Contribute to Healing the Wounds of War and to Postwar Reconstruction of Vietnam.” Typescript, Oct. 4, 1977.
44. “United States’ Responsibility as Occupying Power in Indochina.” Typescript, Oct. 1972.
45. “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A[n] International Effort at a Synthesis of Freedom and Authority.” Mimeographed typescript, undated.
46. “Das Verbrechen am Juedischen Volk.” Typescript, undated.
47. “Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit der chilesischen Junta im Lichte der Nürnberger Prozesse.” Typescript, Nov. 25, 1976.
48. “Visually Structured Books.” Typescript, ca. 1959.
49. “War by Ecoside. Some Legal Observations.” Typescript, undated.
50. “What Does the Geneva Convention Say About the Release of Prisoners of War?” Typescript, Aug. 20, 1968.
51. “What Is Sovereignty?” Typescript, 1956.
52. “What Was Said About Atomic Warfare in the Nuremberg Trials.” Typescript, Nov. 16, 1988.

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1. Anti-communism.
2. Cambodia, bombings.
3. Carter Doctrine, Jan. 1980.
4. Causes of War.
5. “Centrality of International Law.” Brighton Conference, 1988.
6. Democracy and Foreign Relations.
7. Fascism.
8. Functional regionalism, militarism.
9-10. Fundamental Human Rights.
11. Fundamental Human Rights – bibliography.
12. Fundamental Human Rights – Labor Problems.
13. Fundamental Human Rights vs. Nazism.
14-15. German Foreign Policy, 1918-1945.
16. Human Rights Abuses.
17. International Law.
18. Iran hostage situation (1979-1980).
19. January 30, 1933 (Hitler coming to power in Germany).
20. König article.
21. Labor and international organizations.
22. League of Nations.
23-24. Memoirs, Biographies, Autobiographies. Notes on books by Fried.
25. Militarism.

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1. Militarism and Education for War, ca. 1955.
2. No First Use of Nuclear Weapons.
3. Nuclear War – drafts, notes for speeches, 1981-1983.
4-5. Nuclear Weapons and War, including material for Salmon article.
6. Political parties.
7. Review of Streim/Streit books.
8. Seminar paper (Prof. MacMahon, Columbia).
9. Somerville article.
10. Switzerland Without an Army.
11. Terrorism and the League of Nations.
12. There Will be No Third World War. Book outline, notes.
13. U.N. Spirit.
14. U.S. Military Build-up in Vietnam.
15. U.S. Foreign Relations.
16. Veto Power in the U.N.
17. Vietnam & Southeast Asia.
18. Vietnam War.
19. Visualizing War.
20. The Waning of the Territorial State.
21. War Crimes.
22-23. War Powers Act, Presidential powers.
24. Westmoreland.
25. Miscellaneous notes.


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1. Unidentified typescript on Machiavelli, pp. 1-4 missing.
2. Ago, Roberto. “Report on the Final Stage of the Codification of International Law.” Mimeographed typescript, July 12, 1968.
3. Allen, Charles R. Typescripts, publications.
4. Almond, Harry H. Jr. “The Legality of Nuclear and Mass Destruction Weapons. The Policy Elements.” Typescript, June 1983.
5. Ando, Nisuko. Reprint.
6. Arkin, William M. “Contingency Overseas Deployment of Nuclear Weapons. A Report.” Typescript, Feb. 1985.
7. Baldwin, Frank and Diane & Michael Jones. “America’s Rented Troops: South Koreans in Vietnam.”
8. Ball, George W. “United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. Comments.” Typescript, June 3, 1983.
9. Basar, Demet. “Accountability of Nuclear Scientists under International Law.” Typescript, undated.
10. Bastid, Suzanne. “L’Evolution du droit international public au cours des 25 dernieres années.” Typescript, 1977.
11. Baudot, Marcel. “La Repression de la collaboration et l’epuration politique, administrative et economique.” Typescript.
12. Bedau, Hugo Adam. Reprints.
13. Beres, Louis René. “Misunderstanding Star Wars.” Typescript, undated.
14. Berman, Shelley. “Primer on the Arms Race.” Typescript, undated.
15. Blix, Hans. “Should dubious weapons be developed?” Typescript, Apr. 1978.
16. Bodensieck, Heinrich. Reprints, publications.
17. Bodensieck, Heinrich. “Vietnam und der ‘Neue Realismus’.” Typescript, undated.
18. Borgese, G.A. Reprint.
19. Brand, G. Reprint.
20. Bryson, Lyman. “Circles of Prestige.” Typescript, 1954.
21. Burns, Robin. Reprints.
22. Carlson, Joel / Bert B. Lockwood, Jr. “Proposal for the Study and Organizing of Professional Committees for the Transnational Enforcement of Human Rights.” Typescript, Apr. 19, 1974.
23. Chamberlain, John. “A Special Study of Kenyatta’s Kenya.” Typescript, Apr. 1968.
24. Childers, Barry. “But What About Our Fear of the Russians?” Typescript, undated.
25. Clark, Roger S. Reprints, publications.
26. Clark, Roger S. “Palau Plebiscite – Failure of Proposition One (B) to obtain a 75% majority.” Typescript, Mar. 29, 1983; “Petition Concerning the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands Presented to the United Nations Trusteeship Council on behalf of The International League for Human Rights.” Typescript, May 20, 1983.
27. Clarke, Arthur C. “War and Peace in the Space Age.” Typescript, Dec. 1982.
28. Contini, Paolo. Reprint.
29. Corradini, Alessandro. Reprints, publications.
30. Corradini, Alessandro. “Military Research and Development.” Typescript, undated; “National Security Strategies and Policies and The Message of the 1978 and 1982 United Nations Special Sessions on Disarmament.” Typescript, 1982.
31. Cox, Arthur M. Reprint.
32. Däubler, Wolfgang. Survey on BRD views on stationing of Nukes, etc. Typescript, 1984; clipping.
33. D’Agostino, Brian. “Maintenance and Violation of Linguistic Taboos in the Politics of Disarmament and Development: A Case Study.” Typescript, undated.
34. Delessert, Christiane Shields. “Should Weapons of Dubious Legality be Developed?” Typescript, Apr. 27, 1978.
35. De Smaele, A. “A Billion People in Search of Guarantees of Peace.” Typescript, Mar. 1984.
36. Deutsch, Karl W. “Symbols of Political Community.” Typescript, 1954.
37. Deutsch, Karl W. Reprints.
38. Deutsch, Morton. “Conflict and Its Resolution.” Typescript, Sept. 5, 1965.
39. Deutsch, Morton. Reprints.
40. Douglass, Jim & Shelley. Publications.
41. Eide, Asbjørn. Reprint.
42. Epstein, William. Publications.
43. Erikson, Erik H. “Comments on Hitler’s Speech of September 30, 1942.” Mimeographed typescript.
44. Feinrider, Martin. “The Strategic Defense Initiative in Light of International Law.” Typescript, Apr. 26, 1985.
45. Ferencz, Benjamin. Reprints, clippings.
46. Fetscher, Iring. Reprints.
47. Fetscher, Iring. “The positive message of ‘Nuremberg’ for the nuclear age.” Typescript, undated.
48. Fisher, Louis. “Stable Full Employment.” Typescript, 1962.
49. Fisher, Louis. Reprints, clippings.
50. Fries, Horace S. Reprint.
51. Gass, William H. Reprint.
52. “German Concentration and Prison Camps as Found by American and British Armies April 1945.” Mimeographed typescript.
53. Ginzberg, Eli. Reprint.
54. Glassner, Martin Ira. “Land-Locked States and the New Law of the Sea.” Typescript, Oct. 1983.
55. Gold, Eva. “The New Face of War in El Salvador.” Typescript, Feb. 1986.
56. Goldmann, Nahum. Reprint, clipping.
57. Goldthwait, John T. “Afterword: Directions toward Morality among Nations.” Typescript.
58. Gottlied, M. “Stingy Finance and Laissez-Faire.” Typescript.
59. Graber, Sebastian. Reprint.
60. Graefrath, Bernhard. Reprints.
61. Graves, Raymond J. “The Effects of Nuclear War and the Myth of Survivability.” Typescript, May 1982.
62. Greenwald, Harold. Reprint.
63. Gross, Leo. Reprints.
64. Grossman, Jerome. “A European View of ‘No First Use’.” Typescript, Oct. 6, 1982.
65. Heimann, Eduard. Reprints.
66. Herz, John. Reprint.
67. Hollán, S.R. “Medical Consequences of Nuclear War.” Typescript, undated.
68. Jacobs, Walter Darnell. Reprint.
69. Kahler, Erich [von]. “Why Socialism? Which Socialism?” Typescript, Nov. 13, 1959.
70. Kahler, Erich [von]. Reprints.

Box 27
Folder

1. Kennan, George F. Publications.
2. Kinnard, Douglas. “Civil-Military Relations: The President and The General.” Typescript, Apr. 1982.
3. Klimentov, V.P. “Specific Features of Formation of Armed Forces in the Liberated Countries of Asia and Africa.” Typescript, 1982.
4. Kolko, Gabriel. “The Dynamics of Reconstruction and Victory: The PRG of South Vietnam.” Photocopy of typescript.
5. Koppe, Karlheinz. “Äussere Sicherheit, Rüstungspolitik und Frieden als Aufgabe der Solidarität.” Typescript, Oct. 1981.
6. Kuris, Pranas. “La formation de la pensée nouvelle politico-juridique à l’époque nucléaire.” Typescript, 1986.
7. Lens, Sidney. Publications.
8. Liff, Zanvel A. “Impasse: Interpersonal, Intergroup and International.” Photocopy of typescript, 1970; “Cooperation between Psychology and the Special Sciences for the Clarification and Solution of International Problems.” Typescript, undated.
9. Liff, Zanvel A. “The United Nations as a Psycho-Political Group Process.” Typescript, 1970.
10. Linebarger, Paul M. A. Reprint.
11. Löe, Håkon. “The Nordic Countries and the Question of Nuclear Disarmament: The Nuclear Free Zone Movements.” Typescript, Aug. 1982.
12. Logue, John J. Reprint.
13. Luban, David. “The Legacies of Nuremberg.” Typescript, 1987.
14. MacBride, Sean. Reprints.
15. MacBride, Sean. “Human Rights in Armed Conflicts. The Inter-Relationship between the Humanitarian Laws and the Law of Human Rights.” Typescript, 1970.
16. MacClure, Wallace. “Viet-Nam in Perspective.” Typescript, ca. 1968.
17. Matheson, Michael John. “Should Weapons of Dubious Legality be Developed?” Typescript, undated.
18. McCleary, Paul F. Reprint.
19. McWilliams, Wilson Carey. “Mylai and Vietnam: Moral Responsibility and Military Honor.” Typescript, 1971.
20. Mead, Margaret. Clippings, reprint.
21. Mecklenburg, Frank. “The Right to Peace: John Fried’s Work in the Aftermath of the Nuremberg Trials.” Typescript, 1995.
22. Meerloo, Joost A. “Human Violence versus Animal Aggression.” Typescript, 1967.
23. Meerloo, Joost A. Reprint.
24. Merritt, Richard L. Reprint.
25. Métall, Rudolf Aladár. Reprints.
26. Mueller, Gerhard O. W. Reprint.
27. Muller, Robert. Reprints.
28. Neisser, Hans. Reprint.
29. Nordmann, Joë. Eulogy for Jean Bernard Herzog. Photocopy of typescript.
30. Nordmann, Joë. Reprint.
31. O’Brien, William V. “The Nature of the Law of War.” Typescript, Mar. 21, 1980.
32. O’Brien, William V. Reprint.
33. Oeser, Edith. “Die Grundprinzipien des Völkerrechts – Element der Rechtssicherheit in den internationalen Beziehnungen.” Typescript, Dec. 1986.
34. Paech, Norman. “Frieden und Krieg.” Typescript, 1988.
35. Paech, Norman. “Nuremberg and the Nuclear Question.” Typescript, undated.
36. Paech, Norman. Reprints.
37. Paige, Glenn D. “Nonviolent Alternatives in International Studies: Five Questions.” Typescript, 1985.
38. Paust, Jordan J. “Restraints on Development, Export and Use.” Typescript, 1978.
39. Paust, Jordan J. Reprints.
40. Peretz, David. Reprint.
41. Petersen, Glenn. “Termination of U.S. Trusteeship in Micronesia.” Typescript, undated.
42. Physicians for Social Responsibility, Inc. “Nuclear Power and Weapons Packet.” Mimeographed booklet, June 1977.
43. Pradhan, Hargovinda Singh. Untitled typescript.
44. Remond, René. “Les problems au lendemain de la Libération.” Typescript, undated.
45. Robertson, A. H. Reprint.
46. Robertson, Thomas. “Challenging Presidential First Use of Nuclear Weapons: Issues of Justiciability.” Typescript.
47. Robinson, A. N. R. Reprints.
48. Robinson, Jacob. “Code of Offences Against Peace and Security of Mankind.” Typescript, Nov. 17, 1954.
49. Röling, Bert V. A. Reprint.
50. Roff, Sue Rabbitt. Reprint.
51. Rosas, Allan. Reprints.
52. Rosner, Gabriella. “The Historical Background of Financing International Organizations.” Typescript, Oct. 1962.
53. Rostow, Eugene V. “The Great Nuclear Debate.” Typescript, Apr. 23, 1982.
54. Rubin, Alfred P. Reprints.
55. Salzberg, John. “The United Nations and the Bangladesh Crisis. A Case Study of UN Capability to Deal with Massive Violations of Human Rights.” Typescript, Mar. 10, 1972.
56. Schachter, Oscar. Reprints.
57. Schöneburg, Karl-Heinz. “Der nazifaschistische Staat, sein Recht, nazifaschistische Staats- und Rechtsauffassungen.” Typescript, Dec. 1986.
58. Schwarzenberger, G. Reprints.
59. Schwarzschild, Steven S. “Disengagement or Engagement in the Near East.” Typescript, Aug. 28, 1975.
60. Schwarzschild, Steven S. “’Nuremberg’ Is Always Valid.” Typescript, undated.
61. Schwarzschild, Steven S. Reprint.
62. Schwelb, Egon. Reprints.
63. Shibato, Shingo. “For Human Survival – The Tasks of Marxism to Prevent Nuclear Extinction.” Typescript, 1979.
64. Sirefman, Josef P. Reprint.
65. Snyder, Earl A. Reprint.
66. Somerville, John. Reprints, clippings.
67. Somerville, John. The Crisis. A Play in Four Acts.
68. Stegenda, James A. Reprints.
69. Steininger, Peter Alfons. “Vorwort.” Typescript, undated.
70. Stoessinger, John G. Clipping.
71. Stuby, Gerhard. Reprint.
72. Szilard, Leo. Reprint.
73. Vacca, Roberto. “Demographic and Economic Factors Affecting Aggression and Violence.” Typescript, 1978.
74. Valticos, Nicolas. “Decisions of International Organizations: Effectiveness in Member States.” Typescript.
75. Voicu, Ioan. Reprint.
76. Warren, Earl. Reprint.
77. Weisskopf, Victor F. Reprints.
78. Weston, Burns H. Reprints.
79. Williams, William Appleman. Reprint.
80. Wittner, Lawrence S. Reprint.
81. Woetzel, Robert K. Reprints.
82. Wright, Quincy. Reprints.
83. Wyler, Julius. Reprint.
84. Zerner, Ruth. Reprint.


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Series 12: Subject files on various topics

Box 28
Folder

1. Afghanistan.
2. America, general.
3. Angola / South Africa.
4-5. Anti-Jewish Legislation in Europe and North Africa, imposed or inspired by National Socialist Germany (1948).
6-8. Anti-Nuclear Quotations.
9. Anti-War Protesters.
10. Arab / Israeli Conflicts.
11. Bangladesh / Pakistan.
12. Bush, George Herbert Walker.
13. Cambodia.
14. Capitalism.
15. Carter, Jimmy.
16. Central America, Caribbean.
17. Centrality of International Law (Brighton Conference, 1988).
18. Chemical and Biological Warfare.
19.

Box 29
Folder

1. Civil Rights / Segregation.
2. Cold War / Militarization of Society.
3. Communism.
4. Communism – Early Post World War II.
5. Conventions on Excessively Injurious Weapons.
6. Cuba / Cuban Missile Crisis.
7. Cyprus.
8. Czechoslovakia.
9-11. Disarmament.
12. Egypt.
13. Eisenhower, Dwight D.
14. El Salvador.
15. Fondation Internationale Lelio Basso.
16. Ford, Gerald.
17. France – Post World War II.
18. Functional Regionalism, militarism.
19. Germany – Post World War II.
20. Germany’s Way to Defeat – World War I.
21. Gorbachev, Mikhail.
22. Green Party, Germany.
23. Grenada.
24. Guatemala.

Box 30
Folder

1. Holocaust.
2-3. Human Rights.
4. Human Rights – Rights of the Child.
5. International Labour Office – publications.
6-7. International Law, general.
8. International Law – Law of Warfare, Aug. 1914.
9. International Law – Law of Warfare, U.S. Dept. of the Army.
10. International Law – Military.
11. International Law – Presidential Power – War Powers Act.
12. International Law – Teaching of.
13. International Law – Terrorism.
14-15. International Law – United Nations.

Box 31
Folder

1. International Law – World Courts.
2. Iran.
3. Iran hostage situation (1979).
4-5. Israel.
6. Japan.
7. Jewish Agency for Israel.
8. Johnson, Lyndon B.
9. Judaica.
10. Kennedy, John F.
11. Kissinger, Henry.
12. Koch, Edward (Mayor, New York City).
13. Korea.
14. Lebanon.
15. Libya, attacks on.
16. Mauritius.
17. Micronesia – Palau.
18. Micronesia – Palau – Agreement with U.S. government.

Box 32
Folder

1. Middle East, general.
2. Militarism, general.
3. Militarism – Post World War II Germany.
4-6. Militarism – U. S.
7. Multilingual Glossary of Military Terms.
8. National Study Committee on Vietnam.
9. NATO.
10. Nazi war criminals.
11. Neutron bomb.
12. New Economic Order.
13. Nicaragua.
14. Nixon, Richard M.
15. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).
16. Nuclear Arms Race.
17. Nuclear Deterrence.
18. Nuclear Free Zones.

Box 33
Folder

1-3. Nuclear war, general.
4-5. Nuclear war – Accidental.
6. Nuclear War – Medical & Environmental Consequences.
7. Nuclear War – U.N. Prohibition.
8. Nuclear Weapons & International Law.
9-10. Nuclear Weapons – First Use of.
11. Nuclear Weapons – Germany.
12. Nuclear Weapons – Latin America.

Box 34
Folder

1-2. Nuclear Weapons – Star Wars Program.
3. Nuclear Weapons – U.S. bases.
4. Nuremberg.
5. Palestinians.
6. Panama, U.S. invasion of.
7. Papal encyclicals.
8. The Philippines.
9. Political philosophies.
10. Reagan, Ronald (policies).
11. Right to Peace.
12. Right to Peace – U.N. publications.
13. Scientists’ Institute for Public Information.
14. Soviet Militarism.
15. S.S. Mayaguez.
16. Switzerland without an army.
17. Technology.
18. Thailand.
19. Tokyo War Crimes Trial.
20. Truman, Harry S.
21. Tunisia.

Box 35
Folder

1. UNITAR.
2. United Nations.
3. U.S. economy.
4-5. U.S. foreign policy.
6. U.S. / Soviet relations.
7-10. Vietnam / Southeast Asia.
11. Visually Structured Books.
12. War, militarism, Nazism, 1945-1946.
13. W.E.B. Dubois Memorial Park.
14. Westmoreland, General William C.
15. World War II.
16. Yugoslavia.


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Series 13: Periodicals

Box 36
Folder

1. Arms Control Today – scattered issues, 1977-1983.
2. The Defense Monitor – scattered issues, 1974-1989.
3. Disarmament – scattered issues, 1978, 1983.
4-5. Dokumentarische Information – scattered issues.
6. F.A.S. Newsletter / F.A.S. Public Interest Report – scattered issues.
7. The United Nations Review, Vol. III, No. 2, 4, 8 (1943).
8. The Washington Spectator – scattered issues, 1980-1989.

Series 14: Pamphlets

Boxes 37-40


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