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United States -- Foreign relations -- Germany

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Eli Whitney Debevoise Papers

Identifier: MA.00107
Abstract The papers of Eli W. Debevoise (EWD) document his position as the deputy general counsel with the High Commission for Germany-Office of General Counsel (HICOG-OGC) from 1950-1953 and his ongoing interest in US-German affairs. In addition to providing a picture of EWD's work at HICOG, this collection serves as an important adjunct to the papers of John J. McCloy, also held at the Amherst College Archives and Special Collections. McCloy was not only a friend of EWD, but also his superior at...
Dates: 1949-1962

Series 13A: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG) (Part 1), 1946-1952

Scope and Contents Includes financial records, correspondence, news clippings, and general information related to John J. McCloy’s tenure as U.S. High Commissioner for Germany (1949 Jul-1952 Dec). Of particular interest is a set of correspondence between McCloy and Henry A. Byroade, director of the State Department's Office of German and Austrian Affairs in Washington, in which these two long-time associates brief each other in detail on developments in Germany and Washington. In addition, newsclippings and...
Dates: 1946-1952

Willard L. (AC 1920) and Clarice Brows Thorp Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MA.00220
Abstract Willard Long Thorp (1899-1992; AC 1920) was a pioneer statistician, economist, domestic and foreign policy advisor, international development expert, and private business consultant. Thorp's papers document the role of a key U.S. government figure during periods marked by political and economic turbulence. As Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs from 1946-1952, he played a critical role in the design and implementation of the Marshall Plan and of the Truman administration's...
Dates: 1857-1994; Majority of material found within 1920-1967