WorldCat Identities

Josselson, Michael

Works: 6 works in 17 publications in 2 languages and 423 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Military history  Sources  History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: DK190.6.B37, B
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works about Michael Josselson
Most widely held works by Michael Josselson
The commander : a life of Barclay de Tolly by Michael Josselson( Book )

12 editions published between 1980 and 1986 in English and French and held by 414 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Nicolas Nabokov( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Works Series consists almost entirely of Nabokov's original musical scores. Included are manuscripts for Don Quixote, Job, Love's Labour's Lost, Symphonie, Lyrique, Rasputin's End, and Union Pacific. Also included are copies of works by Igor Stravinsky and several large files of clippings and notes related to perfomances of Nabokov's works and other topics of interest to Nabokov
by Michael Josselson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Barclay de Tolly series contains the largest amount of material and consists mainly of typescript and holograph drafts, research notes, and extensive photocopies of bibliographic materials used by Josselson during research for his book The Commander: A Life of Barclay de Tolly. The majority of materials were created or collected by Josselson during the 1970s. Multiple drafts found in this series show extensive revisions to the work and include outlines and bibliographies
by Shepard Stone( )

1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Articles, brochures, clippings, correspondence, conference materials such as notes, programs, and minutes of meetings, news releases, newsletters, newspapers, pamphlets, photographs, scholarly papers, Stone's 1933 dissertation, essays, memorabilia, reports, diaries, appointment books, memoranda, speeches, books and book manuscripts, planning documents (dockets of the Trustees of the Ford Foundation), etc., chronicle the life and career of Shepard Stone, Dartmouth College Class of 1929, a journalist, foundation executive, government consultant, and director of international organizations. Included are many reports of the Reactions Analysis Staff of the Public Affairs Branch of the Allied High Commission for Germany, which were based on surveys given to the German people from 1949-1953, also a report by Stone's brother-in-law, Walter Hasenclever, entitled Psychological reaction of the German people after the defeat. Hasenclever was one of the interrogators who questioned high ranking Nazi party members such as Hermann Goering, Julius Streicher, and Joachim von Ribbentrop soon after they were captured. His report is a first-hand account of the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of both the interrogator and the interrogated immediately after the defeat of Germany. Later materials involve organizations such as The Council on Foreign Relations and the Congress For Cultural Freedom, also correspondence concerning Stone's efforts to facilitate cultural exchanges between the U.S. and Eastern Europe's Communist bloc, his affection for his alma mater and years as a Trustee of Bennington College, and many items relating to Stone's relationship with John J. McCloy. Correspondents include McCloy, Jean Monnet, Willy Brandt, Ernst Reuter, Max Kohnstamm, Ernst van der Beugel, Joseph Slater, John Sloan Dickey, John Kenneth Galbraith, Hanson Baldwin, John Oakes, Lester Markel, Arthur Hays Sulzberger, Michael Josselson, Helmut Schmidt, Waldemar Nielson, James (Scotty) Reston, Dean Acheson, Eugen Kogon, James B. Conant, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Theodor Heuss, David T. McLaughlin, and Derek Bok
Audience Level
Audience Level
  Kids General Special  
Audience level: 0.59 (from 0.59 for The comman ... to 1.00 for Encounter ...)

Alternative Names
Michael Josselson US-amerikanischer Publizist und Geheimdienstmitarbeiter

English (15)

French (2)