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Papers, 1918-1952.

Author: DeWitt C Poole
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of a former diplomat, lecturer, and educator who served in a number of diplomatic positions in the Soviet Union (1917-1922) and in Germany (1926-1930), who headed the Foreign Nationalities Branch of the Office of Strategic Services (1941-1945), and who was instrumental in the establishment of the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University (1930-1939). The majority of the collection
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Manuscript collection
Named Person: Raoul Bertrand; Wilbur J Carr; Joseph P Cotton; Harold G Dodds; Joseph C Grew; William Hard; Frank Snowden Hopkins; Charles Evans Hughes; Robert H Jackson; John Knox Jessup; Frederick Kuh; Robert Lansing; William Percy Maddox; Harold George Nicholson, Hon.; William Church Osborn; Ralph Barton Perry; Earl S Pomeroy; André Siegfried; Henry L Stimson; Arthur Hays Sulzberger; Quincy Wright
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: DeWitt C Poole
OCLC Number: 145782136
Description: 3.4 c.f. (9 archives boxes)

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Papers of a former diplomat, lecturer, and educator who served in a number of diplomatic positions in the Soviet Union (1917-1922) and in Germany (1926-1930), who headed the Foreign Nationalities Branch of the Office of Strategic Services (1941-1945), and who was instrumental in the establishment of the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University (1930-1939). The majority of the collection consists of rough notes and reference material for three courses he taught at Princeton and Harvard: Conduct of Foreign Relations (Govt. 32), Freedom Through Balance of Power (Govt. 115), and International Politics (Govt. 18) and an unidentified course on the Russian Mission, 1917-1924. Also included are copies of speeches; subject files on American recognition of the Soviet Union in 1933 and other topics; and miscellaneous correspondence concerning diplomatic assignments in Russia and Germany, the establishment of Princeton Diplomatic School, and the publication of an article on the balance of power in 1947.

His correspondents include officials of the Department of State, editors and publishers, a few foreign diplomats and authors, and others interested in American foreign policy. Among them were Raoul Bertrand, Wilbur J. Carr, Joseph P. Cotton, Harold G. Dodds, Joseph C. Grew, William Hard, Frank S. Hopkins, Charles E. Hughes, Robert H. Jackson, John K. Jessup, Frederick Kuh, Robert Lansing, William P. Maddox, Harold Nicholson, William Church Osborn, Ralph Barton Perry, Earl S. Pomeroy, Andre Siegfried, Henry L. Stimson, Arthur H. Sulzberger, and Quincy Wright.

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