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Collected Document Group: Category B

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Collection Inventory

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Afghanistan contains two folders. One folder is grouped by organization and the other folder contains miscellaneous material. These folders are in a "country collective box," containing an array of documentation also relating to Albania, Algeria, and Angola. The material on Afghanistan includes items relating to human rights and peace efforts by Afghan religious and women-based organizations, as well as their responses to religious fundamentalism and violence in Afghanistan. Diplomatic and peace material from the United States and NATO is also included here, particularly concerning the Obama Administration and United States involvement in Afghanistan. These flyers, booklets, reports, magazines, and newspaper clippings span the years 1980 to 2009, though the majority of the materials are from the early 2000s. The items in this collection are written in English. Notable organizations in this collection include Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Mennonite Weekly Review, and the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC).

Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan [RAWA], 2000-2001.
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Scope and Contents

Contains flyers and two booklets: Afghan Women Challenge the Fundamentalists and Without destroying fundamentalism, securing human rights in Afghanistan is not possible!. Materials are in English.

Miscellaneous material, 1980-2008.
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Scope and Contents

Contains one issue of the magazine NATO Review (June 1980), trip report from Kabul by Harold E. and Betty L. Snyder (January 1967), and newspaper clipping from Mennonite Weekly Review (October 27, 2008).

Miscellaneous material, 2008-2009.
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Scope and Contents

Contains one pamphlet from the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan [RAWA], one issue of Peacework (Vol. 35, No. 391), twelve articles regarding the Obama Administration and US involvement in Afghanistan (2008-2009) from organizations including September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, CODEPINK, Friends Committee on National Legislation, VotersForPeace.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Albania contains one folder with miscellaneous materials. This folder is in a "country collective box," containing an array of documentation also relating to Afghanistan, Algeria, and Angola. The material on Albania includes items relating to American disarmament efforts such as contacting Congressional officials to prevent the 1999 NATO bombing of Kosovo. This email correspondence is from 1998. The items in this collection are written in English. One notable person present in this collection is Jim Forest.

Miscellaneous peace material (from other countries).
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Scope and Contents

Contains emails about the 1999 NATO bombing of Kosovo. Materials are in English.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Algeria contains two folders. These folders are in a "collective box country," also containing documentation related to Afghanistan, Albania, and Angola. One folder is grouped by organization and the other folder contains miscellaneous material. The material on Algeria includes items relating to peace efforts by Service Civil International (SCI) to rebuild Algerian infrastructure through volunteer workcamps, as well as discussions regarding military violence and the legitimization of torture by French military and religious officials after the Algerian Revolution. These pamphlets, correspondence, bulletins, interview transcripts, and book excerpts span the years 1949 to 1971, though the majority of the materials are from the 1950s. Most items in this box are written in French, with additional materials in Arabic, Dutch, English, and an unidentified dialect. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include Service Civil International (SCI), General Jacques Paris de Bollardière, General Jacques Massu, J.B. Brèsillon, and Henri Capieu.

Service Civil International, 1949-1960.
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Related Materials

See also Service Civil International in CDG-B Belgium, CDG-B France, CDG-B Germany [Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig], CDG-B India, CDG-B Italy [Servizio Civile Internazionale], CDG-B Luxembourg, and CDG-B Switzerland. See also International Voluntary Service [CDG-B Austria (Internationaler Zivildienst), CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Sweden (Internationella Abetslag), and DG 148 (Service Civil International)].

Scope and Contents

Contains two pamphlets regarding organization information, conversation between four French officers regarding the conflict, correspondence, bulletins regarding activities, budget and chapter information; No. 1 - March 1949, No. 2 - March 1950, No. 1 - November 1951, No. 4 - June 1951). Materials are in French, Arabic, Dutch, and an unidentified dialect.

Miscellaneous, circa 1971.
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Scope and Contents

Contains information on documentary Fourteen Years After the Battle of Algiers, interview transcript (with General Jacques Paris de Bollardière by Jean Daniel), excerpts from books (General Bollardière vs. General Jacques Massu debate, others by J.B. Brèsillon, Henri Capieu).

Scope and Contents

Content warning: the folder "Miscellaneous, 1962-2000" contains images of graphic violence.

CDG-B Angola contains one folder with miscellaneous materials. This folder resides in a "country collective box," containing an array of documentation also relating to Afghanistan, Albania, and Algeria. The material on Angola includes items relating to American communication with Congressional representatives to stop covert military aid to the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA). Analyses of the political climate in relation to the conflict in Angola are also discussed. These reports, magazines, memos, correspondence, and newspaper articles span the years 1962 to 2000, though the majority of the materials are from the 1970s. The items in this collection are written in English and French. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include the World Assembly of Youth, the Friends Committee on National Legislation, and George M. Houser.

Miscellaneous, 1962-2000.
Box CDG-B Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola
Scope and Contents

Content warning: the folder "Miscellaneous, 1962-2000" contains images of graphic violence.

Contains one report on "The Mission Sent by the World Assembly of Youth," September 1962, one magazine ("Guerre et Paix en Angola" / "War and Peace in Angola" in Continent 2000, No. 12, September 1970), memos and correspondence from Friends Committee on National Legislation (1990), and a newspaper article about communism by George M. Houser in The New York Times (1975). Materials are in English and French.

Kosmopolita Uniono di la Laborista Idisti, 1922.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Argentina consists of one box, which includes an array of documentation arranged by organization or person, as well as two folders containing miscellaneous material. The material includes items relating to Argentinian feminist, religious, and socialist organizations, in addition to peace efforts in Argentina through protests, conferences, and peace libraries. These pamphlets, newsletters, newspaper clippings, conference proceedings, correspondence, and reports span the years 1915 to 1992, though most are dated around the 1940s and 1970s. Notable people and organizations in this collection include Adolfo Perez-Esquivel (Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1980), Servicio Paz y Justicia en América Latina, War Resisters International, Federación Argentina de Mujeres por la Paz, Federación Obrera Regional Argentina (FORA), and Asociación Pacifista Argentina (APA). Materials are in English and Spanish.

Asociación Pacifista Argentina (APA), 1946-1950.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlets, newsletters, newspaper clippings, event flyers, meeting minutes and agendas (re: first congress, etc.), resolutions from APA's first congress, and letters (all in Spanish).

Asociación Argentina pro Liga de las Naciones [Argentine Association for the League of Nations], 1920.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains two booklets, 1920 (English and Spanish translations).

Confederación Femenina de la Paz Americana, 1933-1939.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains booklets, newspaper and magazine clippings, resolution from meeting of confederation, speech from confederation meeting (all in Spanish).

"Accion libertaria; vocero de la organización anarchista F.A.C.A.".
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Folder empty, only removal form.

Consejo de Madres Permanente pro Union y Paz Universal, 1948.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains one pamphlet in Spanish.

Conferencia Popular por la Paz de América, 1936.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains conference proceedings and resolutions from the first, third, and fourth meetings (?), newsletter "Accino Femenina" (in Spanish).

Federación Argentina de Mujeres por la Paz, 1938.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains invitation, list of delegates, agenda, meeting minutes, and magazine clipping for Congreso Pan-Americano de Mujeres por la Paz (Pan-American Congress of Women for Peace) (in Spanish).

Fraternidad de Reconciliación y Paz [Fellowship of Reconciliation], 1945-1947.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlets, booklets, comic (?).

Adolfo Perez-Esquivel, 1980; 1974-1988; 1980-1981.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Related Materials

Fellowship of Reconciliation (DG 013), Series E: Latin America work (1970-1980s); "Paz y Justicia" No. 79 (October-December 1980)

Scope and Contents

Two folders. Folder 1 contains correspondence, pamphlets, magazine and newspaper articles, interviews, essays by Esquivel, and speeches and lecture series (in English and Spanish) pertaining to being a Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1980. Materials are from 1974-1988. Folder 2 contains press releases, convocation program, convocation speeches, newspaper clippings (in English) pertaining to St. Joseph's University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) academic convocation in his honor. Materials are from 1980-1981.

Reconstruir por el Socialismo y la Libertad.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Folder empty, only removal form.

Servicio Paz y Justicia en América Latina (SERPAJ), 1971-1985; 1986-1990; 1992.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Related Materials

Adolfo Perez-Esquivel (CDG-B Argentina)

Scope and Contents

Three folders. Folder 1 contains pamphlets, newsletters (re: objectives, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, role of the church in politics), reports (re: state of violence, nonviolent response), conference resolutions (re: founding of Servicio, etc.), activities lists, and newspaper clippings (re: interviews, etc.) (in English and Spanish). Also includes information about other South American countries (Ecuador, Chile). Materials are from 1971-1985. Folder 2 contains newsletters, essays and reports (re: history of SERPAJ, nonviolence in South America), letter presenting Esquivel's Nobel Peace Prize candidate choice, news clippings from "Peace News" (London), and network addresses (in English and Spanish). Also includes information about other South American countries (Panama, Chile). Materials are from 1986-1990. Folder 3 contains "Advocating nonviolent direct action in Latin America: the antecedents and emergence of SERPAJ" study by Ronald Pagnucco and John D. McCarthy (re: SERPAJ and its predecessors) and letter (in English). Materials are from 1992.

War Resisters' International, February-March 1946.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains conference proceedings of regional conference for WRI in Argentina (agenda, objectives, action), two copies (in English).

Miscellaneous Peace Material from Argentina, 1927-1945.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains booklets, pamphlets (re: Consejo Nacional de Mujeres de la República Argentina, Federación Obrera Regional Argentina, declarations of peace), newsletters ("The National Anthem"), newspaper clippings, photocopy of book "Perfiles Pacifistas" by Ramon Columba, letter (re: Conferencia Popular por la Paz de America, Popular Conference for the Peace of America) (in Spanish and English).

Miscellaneous Peace Material from Argentina, 1915-1960.
Box CDG-B: Argentina: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains newsletters, pamphlets, flyers (re: Acción Libertadora Americana del Sur [ALAS], Federación Obrera Regional Argentina [FORA], Mensajes del Comité Cultural Argentino, Sociedad de Resistencia Oficios Varios de la Capital, Sociedad Biblioteca del Consejo Nacional de Mujeres), letters, book containing objectives, propositions, action (by Unión de Mujeres de la Argentina) (in Spanish and English). Also includes information from Argentina about Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Armenia contains one box. This box is a "collective box," containing an array of documentation separated into folders grouped by organization or person, as well as two folders containing miscellaneous material. This material includes items relating to American humanitarian efforts in Armenia, as well as analyses of Armenian politics, border movement, and information regarding the Armenian genocide (1915-1917). These flyers, pamphlets, books, newspaper articles, and memos span the years 1904 to 1922, though the majority of the materials are from the 1910s. The items in this collection are written in English and German. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include the American Women's Hospital (circa 1919-1921), the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief (circa 1919), the Armenian National Committee (1920, 1945), and Diana Agabeg Apcar (circa 1912-1915).

Diana Agabeg Apcar writings, 1913-1915; undated.
Box CDG-B Armenia
Scope and Contents

Contains materials by Diana Agabeg Apcar including two books, one declaration, thirteen newspaper articles on peace and war, Armenian genocide, annexation, and reform from The Far East - a Tokyo-based newspaper - from 1913-1915.

American Women's Hospital and American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief, 1919-1921.
Box CDG-B Armenia
Scope and Contents

Contains one bulletin (January 1919) and one pamphlet (intended for non-Armenians to donate funds) for the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief. Materials are in English.

Miscellaneous peace material from other countries, 1904-1922.
Box CDG-B Armenia
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlets on spinning and weaving industries and "American Commitments to Armenia", books (Avetis and Armenian genocide), memos by the Armenian National Committee (November 1920; April 1945), a postcard, and newspaper articles, including one by Charles Garnett and one translated from French. Materials are in English and German.

Miscellaneous peace material from Armenia, 1915.
Box CDG-B Armenia
Scope and Contents

Contains one excerpt from a letter. The full book can be found in the John Nevin Sayre Papers (DG 117), Series H, Box 2.

Adelaide Peace Society.
Advisory Committee on Conscientious Objection.
Alice Springs Peace Group.
Alice Springs Peace Group Bases Campaign.
Anti-Compulsory Service League.
Anti-Conscription Campaign Committee, 1917-.
Anti-Conscription League of Australia.
Australian Convention on Peace and War, 1953.
Australian Freedom League, 1913-1914.
Australian Peace Alliance.
Australian Peace Committee, 1982.
Australian Peace Council.
Australian Peace Liaison Committee, 1978.
Australian Socialist Party, 1914-.
Australian Union of Democratic Control for the Avoidance of War, 1916-1917.
G. Anthony Bishop.
Rev. William Bottomley.
Christian Pacifist Movement, 1945-1946.
F. W. Coaldrake [Rev. ].
Commonwealth Liberty League.
Democratic Rights Council, 1950-1952.
Draft Resistance Committee, 1969.
Federal Pacifist Council, 1946.
Federation for Resistance to War.
International Peace Campaign/Australian Peace Campaign, 1937.
League for Freedom and World Friendship.
League for Peace and Democracy, 1939-1940.
League of Nations Union Australian Section, 1929-1940.
Macquarie University Centre for Conflict Resolution.
Medical Association for Prevention of War Australia.
Melbourne Free Religious Fellowship.
Melbourne Peace Society, 1907-.
Melbourne Unitarian Church, 1948-1953.
Eleanor M. Moore.
Pace e Bene Australia.
Pacifist Movement of Victoria, 1956-.
Peace and Goodwill Assembly (Melbourne), 1954.
Peace, Humanity and Arbitration Society, 1902.
Peace Quest Forum, 1951-1952.
Peace Society Australasian Branch, 1908.
Peace Society New South Wales Branch, 1907-1931.
Peace Tax Campaign.
Psychologists for Peace, 2008-.
Rocket Range Protest Committee, 1947-.
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies.
Sydney Peace Society, 1914.
Teachers' Peace Committee, 1950.
Trinity Peace Research Institute, 1988-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Keith Suter.

Unitarian Fellowship of Australia.
United Nations Association of Australia.
Victoria State Pacifist Council.
Victorian Association for Peace Studies, 1982.
Victorian Council of the Movement Towards a Christian Social Order.
Victorian Peace Council.
Rev. B. Linden Webb.
Women's Inter-Church Council of Victoria, 1947.
Women's Peace Army.
Women's Peace Crusade.
World Disarmament Movement.
Society of Friends.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Austria contains 9 boxes. Two boxes are collective boxes, containing folders grouped by organization or individual and one box contains miscellaneous material. The remaining six boxes contain materials on Alfred H. Fried, International Institute for Peace, and Bertha von Suttner.

Materials include items relating to world peace and peace education, such as brochures, booklets, letters, pamphlets, photos, magazines, writings, and memos, which span 1881-2005, though the majority of the materials are from the mid-1900s. The items in this collection are written in English, French, Swedish and German. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include Jean and Hildegard Goss-Mayr, the Society of Friends, and the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Physical Description

3.75 linear ft.9 boxes

Alpen-Adria University: Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Austrian Peace Research Institute (APRI), 1983-.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Bund der Kriegsdienstgegner, 1923-1934.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Congress of the Peoples for Peace (Vienna), December 12, 1952.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
European Network for Peace Education.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
European University Center for Peace Studies.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Evangelische Schule am Karlsplatz.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Jean Goss and Hildegard Goss-Mayr.
Box CDG-B Austria: 1
Alfred H. Fried, 1895-1918.
Box CDG-B Austria: 2
Scope and Contents

Contains one folder of pamphlets, newspaper, letters, and writings on Alfred H. Fried's peace work. Also contains a collection of books. Materials are from the early 1900s and are written in German.

International Atomic Energy Agency.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Internationaler Frauenbund [International Council of Women], 1930.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Internationaler Zivildienst [International Voluntary Service].
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Related Materials

See also International Voluntary Service in CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Sweden [Internationella Abetslag], and DG 148 [Service Civil International]. See also Service Civil International (CDG-B Algeria, CDG-B Belgium, CDG-B France, CDG-B Germany [Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig], CDG-B India, CDG-B Italy [Servizio Civile Internazionale], CDG-B Luxembourg, and CDG-B Switzerland.

Franz Jägerstätter.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Joint Peace Council, 1930-1932.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Ligue Autrichienne pour une Societe des Nations [Austrian League of Nations Union], 1919-1920.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Volkerbundliga, Vienna.

Osterreichishe Gesellschaft der Friendsfreunde, 1895-1901.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Osterreichishe Liga fur der Vereinten Nationen [Austrian United Nations League], 1945-.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Osterreichishe Liga fur Menschenrechte [Austrian League for the Rights of Man].
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Osterreichishe Volkerbundliga [Austrian League of Nations-Union].
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Osterreichishen Friedensgesellschaft [Austrian Peace Society], 1913-1949.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Osterreichischen Friedensrates [Austrian Peace Council].
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Paneuropaische Union [Paneuropa Union], 1924-1938.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
PAX-Korrespondenz, 1962.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Society of Friends.
Box CDG-B Austria: 3
Related Materials

See also Society of Friends in CDG-B Australia, CDG-B Canada, CDG-B China, CDG-B France [Societe Religieuse des Amis], CDG-B Germany [Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde], CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Japan, CDG-B Mexico [Sociedad de Los Amigos], CDG-B New Zealand [Religious Society of Friends of New Zealand], CDG-B Sweden, and CDG-B Switzerland.

International Institute for Peace.
Box CDG-B Austria: 4
Bertha von Suttner, 1881-1917, 1993-1995.
Box CDG-B Austria: 5 Box CDG-B Austria: 6 Box CDG-B Austria: 7
Scope and Contents

Contains biographical information, photocopies of correspondence from 1881-1917, and photocopies of diaries from 1897-1914.

Tolstoibund, 1920-1925.
Box CDG-B Austria: 8
Dr. Johannes Ude.
Box CDG-B Austria: 8
Versohnungsbund Sekretariat fur Osterreich [Fellowship of Reconciliation].
Box CDG-B Austria: 8
World Council of Peace.
Box CDG-B Austria: 8

Assemblée Mondiale des Peuples [People's World Convention].
Association Internationale des Juristes Démocrates [International Association of Democratic Jurists].
Centre for Peace and Security Studies of the Free University of Brussels [Centrum voor Polemologie Vrije Universiteit Brussel], 1996.
Coexistence.
Comité "Pax" de Coordination pour la Paix Mondiale [Pax Coordination Committee for World Peace].
Conscience and Peace Tax International.
European Bureau for Conscientious Objection, 2002-.
Forum voor Vredesaktie, 1990-.
Gevaert, Edgar.
GRIP [Groupe de Recerche et d'Information sur la Paix (Peace Research and Information Group)], 1983.
Groupe de Bruxelles Satyagraha [Food and Disarmament International], 1981.
International Federation of League of Nations Societies, 1919-1945.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Brussels Conference for the Defence of Peace, 1934 and Union Internationale des Associations pour la Société des Nations, Switzerland.

International Peace Information Service [Internationale Vredesinformatiedienst].
Internationale des Résistants à la Guerre [War Resisters' International].
Internationale van Oorlogstegenstanders [War Resisters International].
Katholieke Jongeren Vredes-Actie [Catholic Youth Peace Action], 1937-1939.
Jean Van Lierde.
Mouvement International d'Action pour la Paix.
NATO Alerts Network, 1988-.
Nonviolent Alternatives.
Pax Christi Vlaanderen.
Pensée et Action [Thought and Action].
Dominique-Georges Pire.
Premier Congres National Belge de la Paix, Brussels [First National Belgian Peace Congress], 1913.
Rassamblement Universel Pour la Paix [International Peace Conference], September 1936.
Rassemblement Universel pour la Paix.
Service Civil International.
Related Materials

See also Service Civil International in CDG-B Algeria, CDG-B France, CDG-B Germany [Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig], CDG-B India, CDG-B Italy [Servizio Civile Internazionale], CDG-B Luxembourg, and CDG-B Switzerland; International Voluntary Service in CDG-B Austria [Internationaler Zivildienst], CDG-B Great Britain, and CDG-B Sweden [Internationella Abetslag]; and SCI International Voluntary Service (US) Records (DG 148)

Union Belge pour la Société des Nations, Brussels, 1934.
Union des Associations Internationales [Union of International Associations], 1913-1950.
Union Fédérale / Stop War Movement.
University Days for Peace.
University of Peace.
Vlaamsche Jongeren Vredes Actie, 1932-1935.
Les Voix Feminines.
Pax Christi International.
Related Materials

See also Pax Christi International in CDG-B Great Britain and CDG-B Netherlands.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Bolivia consists of two folders. The first contains a pamphlet with information on the Department of Peace and Integration of Núr University in Bolivia. The second contains peace-related material, including a manifesto from the Independent Women's Foundation, a letter to all teachers in Bolivia by Vicente Donoso Torres, and a document from "Labor Desenvuelta en Pro de la Paz Americana."

Department of Peace and Integration of Núr University.
Box CDG-B Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scope and Contents

Contains a pamphlet with information on the Department of Peace and Integration of Núr University in Bolivia.

Peace material on Bolivia.
Box CDG-B Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scope and Contents

Contains miscellaneous peace-related material including a manifesto from the Independent Women's Foundation, a letter to all teachers in Bolivia by Vicente Donoso Torres, and a document from "Labor Desenvuelta en Pro de la Paz Americana."

Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Box CDG-B Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Arrangement

CDG-B Brazil, Box 1 (Collective Box [A-Z, Miscellaneous Peace Material]): This box contains speeches, essays, magazines, correspondence, news clippings, pamphlets, and newsletters from the years 1924 to 1988. The majority of these items are dated around the 1930s and 1940s. These materials focus on feminism, pacifism, agrarian reform, and the politics of 20th century Brazil. This box also contains limited materials on Brazil's role in international and trans-American peace efforts circa 1940s. Most items in this box are written in Portuguese or English, with additional materials in French, German, and Russian.

CDG-B Brazil, Box 2 (Apostolado Pozitivista do Brasil): This box contains pamphlets and publications of the organization Apostolado Pozitivista do Brasil from the years 1893 to 1949. The majority of these items are dated circa 1910s. These materials focus on responses to militarism, trans-American and international diplomacy and peace efforts, the indigenous peoples of Central and South America, and the philosophies of Auguste Comte. Most items in this box are written in Portuguese and French, with additional materials in English.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Brazil contains two boxes. One box is a "collective box," containing an array of documentation separated into folders grouped by organization or person, as well as four folders containing miscellaneous material. The other box contains information relating to the Apostolado Pozitivista do Brasil. This material includes items relating to feminism and women's suffrage, agrarian reform, and pacifism in Brazil, as well as trans-American and international diplomacy efforts involving Brazil. These pamphlets, speeches, essays, newsletters, magazines, correspondence, newspaper clippings span the years 1893 to 1988, though the majority of the materials are from the 1910s, 1930s, and 1940s. Most items in this collection are written in Portuguese or English, with additional materials in French, German, and Russian. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include Apostolado Pozitivista do Brasil (the Positivist Apostolate of Brazil), Archbishop Dom Helder Camara (1909-1999), Federação Brasileira pelo Progresso Feminino (Brazilian Federation for the Progress of Women, circa 1929-1936), politician and suffragist Bertha Lutz (circa 1925), and Justica e Nao Violencia (Justice and Nonviolence, 1974-1975).

Dom Helder Camara, 1971-1987.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains booklets (two by Helder Câmara, others by Betty Richardson Nute, Neville Cheetham), magazine article ("Sojourners," December 1987), correspondence about an endorsement for 1973 Nobel Peace Prize, newspaper articles about military dictatorship and nonviolence, lectures, concert program, and a short biography in English and Portuguese.

Câmara dos Deputados [Chamber of Deputies], 1937.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains two booklets, one pamphlet from Commissão de Estatuto da Mulher, Women's Statue Commission about feminism, women's work and the 1934 Constitution of Brazil, and a list of amendments to project #623 (in Portuguese).

Federação Brasileira pelo Progresso Feminino [Brazilian Federation for the Progress of Women], circa 1929-1936.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains eight pamphlets on list of objectives, statutes, essays on feminism, political education and political rights, and women's work. Also includes invitations and programs for the 2nd International Feminist Congress (in Portuguese).

Instituto de Pesquisas de Educacao, 1936.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains one pamphlet from the Department of Education about peace education (in Portuguese).

Justica e Nao Violencia [Justice and Nonviolence], 1974-1975.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains newsletters and bulletins, essays on rural Brazil, agrarian issues, peace efforts based on evangelism, and colonization, conference proceedings from the Conference on Nonviolent Strategy for Latin-American Liberation (February 23-28, 1974) (in Portuguese).

Liga Infantile Pro-Paz [Children's League for Peace], 1937.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains one pamphlet on statutes (in Portuguese).

Bertha Lutz, circa 1925.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains campaign advertisements, including an excerpt from a speech and a flyer on a political platform) and a booklet from União Interamericana de Mulheres (in Portuguese).

Servicio Paz y Justicia en Latin America (SERPAJ-AL), 1980-.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlets about organization information and chapter directory, correspondence, and a May 1988 newsletter. Materials are in Portuguese and English.

Vinculo Interacional de Amizade (VIA), circa 1933.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains one pamphlet on anti-nuclearism and pacifism. Also contains sheets of seals. Materials are in Portuguese and English.

Miscellaneous Peace Literature: "The Monroe Doctrine Centenary", 1924.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains book of speeches at a session of the Brazilian Society of International Law and an accompanying note on the origins and impacts of the Monroe Doctrine. Materials are in English.

Miscellaneous Peace Literature: "Frieden", circa 1946.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains a book, list of typos, and excerpts from other writings by Ullo Getzel. Materials are in German and Portuguese.

Miscellaneous Peace Literature: Order and Progress Series, 1943-1960.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains eleven booklets on international and trans-American peace efforts and the philosophy of Auguste Comte and C. Torres Gonçalves. Materials are in Portuguese, French, and English.

Related Materials

Apostolado Pozitivista do Brazil in CDG-B Brazil, Box 2 materials on Auguste Comte's "positive politics."

Miscellaneous Peace Literature, 1927-.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains Continente magazine (Vol. 1, No. 1 May 1949), correspondence, pamphlets on feminism, military, and the Sociedade de Homens de Letras do Brasil, newspaper clippings on Brazil's neutrality between United States and Germany, "women and social problems," and post-war adult education, newsletters, including Revista da Associação Christã Feminina, No. 11, November 1931 and Comite de Mulheres Pro-Democracia, Vol. 2 No. 6-7, October-November 1946. Materials are in Portuguese, Russian, German, and English.

Paz pela Escola, 1936.
Box CDG-B Brazil: 1
General

This file is missing (July 2022).

Apostolado Pozitivista do Brazil [Positivist Apostolate of Brazil].
Box CDG-B Brazil: 2
Scope and Contents

This box is dividing into four sections: Pamphlet Series (1893-1914), Pamphlet Series (1914-1917), "Religião da Humanidade" / "Religion de L'Humanité" [Religion of Humanity] (1917-1943), and Miscellaneous Literature (circa 1896-1949). Materials concern South American countries outside Brazil, including Paraguay, Argentina, and Uruguay. Materials are in Portuguese, French, and English. Some materials are fragile.

Pamphlet Series (1893-1914) is an incomplete set, which contains twenty-six pamphlets on militarism, peace, indigenous peoples in Central and South America, international diplomacy, philosophies of Auguste Comte, and publications of "Pela Humanidade" / "Pour L'Humanite!").

Pamphlet Series (1914-1917), is an incomplete set, which contains fourteen pamphlets on militarism and peace in Central and South America, international diplomacy, philosophies of Auguste Comte, publications of "Pela Humanidade" / "Pour L'Humanite!"

"Religião da Humanidade" / "Religion de L'Humanité" [Religion of Humanity] (1917-1943) contains thirteen pamphlets and booklets on Belgium-Brazil diplomacy, neutrality, philosophies of Auguste Comte, and publications of "Pela Humanidade" / "Pour L'Humanite!"

Miscellaneous Literature (circa 1896-1949), contains pamphlets and bulletins on Brazil-Peru relations, France-China relations, Great Britain-Brazil relations, international peace efforts, philosophies of Auguste Comte, and book printing costs. Materials are in Portuguese and English.

Committee of the Movement of Bulgarian Women.
Box CDG-B Bulgaria, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Burma consists of documents held in a collective country box with other documentation from Bulgaria, Burundi, and Cambodia. There are two Burma folders, labeled "Miscellaneous Material" and "Miscellaneous Peace Material," each of which contain miscellaneous material. This material includes a booklet, packet, address, report, papers, and a website screenshot and span 1961 to 2012, though the majority are from the 1990s-2000s. The documents discuss relationships between the Burmese government and rebel groups, the fight for human rights in a military state, "World Tensions and International Misunderstanding," and the Briefing on Burma. A key figure mentioned in this group is U Thant. U Thant was the first non-Scandaninvian secretary-general of the United Nations and he held this position for ten years, from 1961-1971 (Source: U Thant - Wikipedia). Documents are in English and are either from Burma or the United States.

Physical Description

0.2 Linear Feet2 folders

Miscellaneous material, 2004.
Box CDG-B Bulgaria, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia
Scope and Contents

Contains the booklet Burma: Freedom Behind Bars by Ramu Manivannan (copyright 2004).

Miscellaneous peace material, 1961-2012.
Box CDG-B Bulgaria, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia
Scope and Contents

Contains a packet regarding the Friday, December 1st, 1995 Briefing on Burma in the Church Center for the United Nations in New York. The front page of the packet details the next meetings after the December 1st, 1995 Briefing on Burma and is written by Dr. Bobbi Nassar. The rest of the pages in the packet are a draft report on the meeting "A Briefing on Burma Addressed to the Women's Movement" of December 1, 1995 and written by David Arnott of the Burma Peace Foundation.

Includes an address from U Thant titled World Tensions and International Misunderstanding given at the 19th Summer Conference, sponsered by the Department of Elementary School Principals, National Association of Secondary School Principals, and the University of Wisconsin and held on Thursday, July 6th, 1961.

Also includes an program honoring U Thant's contributions to the UN with remarks from other political leaders and academics, two copies the paper Repatriation in Post-Ceasefire Burma by Stephanie Ferry (undated; sent to Swarthmore College on February 15, 2012); and a screenshot of the "About" page on the Peace Way Foundation/Burma Issues website regarding who the organization is, what the Burma Issues project is, the aims and objections of the program, and the methods for achieving goals.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Burundi consists of one folder with material related to Innovations in Peacemaking - Burundi. The folder contains email announcements and reports from 2018, as well as a printed copy of the organization's website including its mission statement, history, and board of directors.

Innovations in Peacemaking - Burundi.
Box CDG-B Bulgaria, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia
Scope and Contents

Contains email announcements and reports from 2018, as well as a printed copy of the organization's website, including its mission statement, history, and board of directors.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Cambodia consists of one folder, which contains a letter written in 2003 by the Coalition for Peace and Reconciliation in Cambodia.

Coalition for Peace and Reconciliation in Cambodia, 2003.
Box CDG-B Bulgaria, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia
Scope and Contents

Contains one letter written in 2003 by the Coalition for Peace and Reconciliation in Cambodia, mostly regarding the country's Annual Peace Walk and the work that has been done to further their goal of a non-violent Cambodia.

ACT for Disarmament.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Oakville Community Centre for Peace, Ecology and Human Rights.

Alliance for Non-Violent Action.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Alternatives to Violence Project.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Americans Exiled in Canada (AMEX).
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Amnesty International, Canadian Section.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Association of Vietnamese Patriots in Canada, 1972.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Brock, Peter.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1962-1964.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Canadian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, circa 1962.
Box CDG-B Canada: 1
Canadian Centre for Arms Control and Disarmament.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Centre for Global Security.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Committee of 100.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1939-.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Peace Alliance.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Peace Centenary Association, Ottawa, circa 1915.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Peace Congress.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Peace Research and Educational Association.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Peace Research Institute.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian School of Peace Research.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Catholic Pacifists Association.
Box CDG-B Canada: 2
Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security, 1986-1992.
Box CDG-B Canada: 3
Centre de ressources sur la non-violence.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Center for Peace Studies, McMaster University.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Centre for Social Justice.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Centre for the Study of Religion and Peace.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Christian Movement for Peace, 1980.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Combined Universities Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Committee to Aid American War Objectors.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Committee to Aid Refugees from Militarism.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Co-operative Committee on Japanese Canadians, 1943-1951.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Japanese Canadian Citizens' Association.

Cruise Missile Conversion Project, 1988.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Frances Early.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
William Eckhardt.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Free the Five Defense Group.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Group of 78.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
House of Commons.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Human Rights Internet.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, Conrad Grebel College.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America.
Box CDG-B Canada: 4
Grindstone Island School for Peace Research, Education and Action.
Box CDG-B Canada: 5
League of Nations Society in Canada, 1933-1945.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping Training Centre.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Montreal Council to Aid War Resisters.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
The Network (Interaction for Conflict Resolution).
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Operation Dismantle, 1980-1983.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Ottawa Disarmament Coalition.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Peace Research Institute (Dundas, Ontario).
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Peace Tax Fund Committee.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Peace-Train Foundation.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
People's Assembly on Canadian Foreign Policy, 1980.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Physicians for Global Survival.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Polaris Institute, 2005-.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Project Ploughshares, Conrad Grebel College, 1976-.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Radical Research Center.
Box CDG-B Canada: 6
Saskatoon Citizens for a Non-Nuclear Society.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Science for Peace Toward a Just and Sustainable World, University of Toronto, 1982-.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Society of Friends.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Related Materials

See also Society of Friends in CDG-B Australia, CDG-B Austria, CDG-B China, CDG-B France [Societe Religieuse des Amis], CDG-B Germany [Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde], CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Japan, CDG-B Mexico [Sociedad de Los Amigos], CDG-B New Zealand [Religious Society of Friends of New Zealand], CDG-B Sweden, and CDG-B Switzerland.

South Pacific Peoples Foundation of Canada.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Carl Stieren.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Student Union for Peace Action.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Suffield Peace Manifestation Committee.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
E.J. Swalm.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Toronto Anti-Draft Programme.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Toronto Peace Council.
Box CDG-B Canada: 7
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Canadian Peace Council.

Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ [Doukhobors].
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Scope and Contents

Previously known as Christian Community of Universal Brotherhood, Ltd.

United Nations Society in Canada.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
University of New Brunswick: Center for Conflict Studies.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
University of Toronto: Peace and Conflict Studies Program.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Vancouver Council of Social Engineering, 1952.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Victoria Committee on Canadian Responsibility in Vietnam.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Voice of Women [La Voix des Femmes].
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
War Resisters Support Campaign [Campagne d'appui aux objecteurs de conscience], 2005-.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Winnipeg Committee to Assist War Objectors.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Women's Conference for International Cooperation Year, 1962-.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Women's League of Nations Association, 1933.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
World Federalists of Canada.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
World Federation of Education Associations.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
World Association of World Federalists.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8
Related Materials

See also World Association of World Federalists in CDG-B Netherlands.

Miscellaneous Canada peace material.
Box CDG-B Canada: 8

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Chile contains eight folders. These folders reside in a "country collective box," containing an array of documentation also relating to Colombia, Costa Rica, and Cuba. Six folders are grouped by organization or person, with two additional folders containing miscellaneous material. This material includes pamphlets, newsletters, reports, correspondence, and booklets relating to peace efforts from Chilean religious organizations, universities, and labor unions, in addition to international human rights organizations and reactions to Chilean conflict and military dictatorship. Materials are written in Spanish, French, and English and span the years 1852 to 1989, though the majority of the materials are from the 1970s and 1980s. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include Circulo Pro-Paz y Cooperación Americana, Victor Jara (death in 1973), Juan Enrique Lagarrigue, Orlando Letelier (death in 1976), and Servicio Paz y Justicia (SERPAJ) Chile.

Círculo Pro-Paz y de Cooperación Americana, 1945.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Scope and Contents

Contains a 1945 pamphlet, 1949 newsletter Boletín Sociocrático No. 76, and newspaper clippings, including "Día de Buena Voluntad" [Day of Good Will]. Materials are in Spanish.

Victor Jara, January-February 1974.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Scope and Contents

Contains notes on the death of folk singer Victor Jara from Amnesty International, Vol. 1 No. 2. Materials are in English.

Juan Enrique Lagarrigue.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba

Scope and Contents

CDG-B China contains five boxes. One box is a "collective box," containing documentation grouped by organization or person, as well as one folder containing miscellaneous material. The other boxes include documentation related to Daniel S.K. Chang from 1924-1945, Alley Rewi, and miscellaneous material. The miscellaneous material includes items relating to the Second Sino-Japanese War, Chinese aid, antiwar campaigns, Chinese reforms, and communism. Materials include booklets, articles, magazines, newsletters, pamphlets, academic publications, letters, and surveys from 1900-1997, though the majority of the materials are from the 1930s-1940s. The items in this collection are written in English, French, and Chinese (unknown dialect). Notable people and organizations in this collection are the Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace, the Canton Commitee for Justice to China, the Chinese People's Association for Peace and Disarment, the Fellowship of Reconcilliation, the League of Nations, the Society of Friends, Alley Rewi, and Daniel D.K. Chang.

Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace, 1988.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains the Journal of the Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace.

Canton Committee for Justice to China, 1937-1938.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlet writings on the Second Sino-Japanese War that cover aid for China, moral reasons, and calls for help.

Chinese People's Association for Peace and Disarmament (Beijing), 1985.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains the booklet Peace in China, which discusses nuclear disarmament, opposition to the arms race, and preventing a new world war.

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1926-1943.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains a booklet and letters about the world gearing up for World War Two.

Fujen Catholic University: John Paul II Institute for Research Into Dialogue for Peace, 1997.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains a brochure and a copy of an email. Materials are in a Chinese dialect.

Society of Friends, circa 1913-1941.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Related Materials
  1. Society of Friends (CDG-B Australia)
  2. Society of Friends (CDG-B Austria)
  3. Society of Friends (CDG-B Canada)
  4. Societe Religieuse des Amis [Society of Friends] (CDG-B France)
  5. Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde [Society of Friends] (CDG-B Germany)
  6. Society of Friends (CDG-B Great Britain)
  7. Society of Friends (CDG-B Japan)
  8. Religious Society of Friends of New Zealand (CDG-B New Zealand)
  9. Society of Friends (CDG-B Sweden)
  10. Society of Friends (CDG-B Switzerland)
Scope and Contents

Contains small booklets written in Chinese, two annual reports from 1914 and 1915, bulletins, letters, and a Joseph E. Platt manuscript dated 1922 and called Adventuring for the Peace of China.

Society of Friends: Friends Service Unit, circa 1940-1949.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains a 1945 booklet, a pamphlet, and a poster. Materials are in Mandarin and English.

League of Nations Union, circa 1936-1937.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains 9 publications from the Chinese League of Nations Union on Chinese law and judiciary reforms, including the Far Eastern Affairs Series, special publications, bulletin special. Also contains one letter and one League of Nations Society address. Materials are in English and French.

Miscellaneous peace organizations, 1934-2004.
Box CDG-B China: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains information on peace organizations gathered by Michael Sorensen in the British Museum in 1949. The organizations include the antiwar committee, MMe. Sun Tsi-lin, 29, Rue Moliere, Shanghai - 1934 and Hong Kong Peace Group (WRI) - 1934. Also contains a copy of an email from 2004.

Daniel S.K. Chang, 1924-1945.
Box CDG-B China: 2
Scope and Contents

Contains six letters and newsletters on the Sino-Japanese War. Includes personal letters from November 30, 1924-November 6, 1945 and newsletters from 1940-1941.

Rewi Alley, 1957-1989.
Box CDG-B China: 3
Scope and Contents

Contains biographical information, thirteen small picture books by Rewi Alley from the 1970s-1980s, a speech delivered at the World Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation in 1958, a newsletter noting Alley's passing in 1988, newspaper articles, and published poetry books, travel diaries, and other diaries from 1957-1958.

Miscellaneous peace material from China, 1930-.
Box CDG-B China: 4
Scope and Contents

Contains booklets, reports, surveys, reviews, appeals, messages, letters, memos, an indictment, a speech by Dr. V.K. Wellington Koo (first delegate of China to the assembly of the League of Nations), newspaper clippings, and papers. These materials cover peace issues, the International Relations Committee, and the Manchurian situation. Also contains the constitution for the Beijing Institute for International Strategic Studies, a small booklet, pamhplet, magazines, a newspaper, and a letter. Topics include communism. Materials are in English and Chinese.

Miscellaneous peace material from other countries, 1900-.
Box CDG-B China: 4
Scope and Contents

Contains newspaper clippings, booklets, magazine and newspaper clippings, magazines, poems, letters, pamphlets, a memorandum, reviews, eighteen booklets from the United China Relief Series, and academic articles and publications. Materials are in English and French.

Miscellaneous peace material from or about China, 1900-1929.
Box CDG-B China: 5
Scope and Contents

Contains a chronology of major events in China from 1911-1927, a booklist on international relations, a copy of the book Fenchow, Cosmopolitanism by Chuichiro Gomyo, newspaper articles, Publishings of the Week in China by Grover Clark, surveys, information about the International Relations Committee, and a report.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Colombia contains four folders grouped by organization or person, with one additional folder containing miscellaneous material. These folders reside in a "country collective box," containing an array of documentation also relating to Chile, Costa Rica, and Cuba. This material includes newspaper clippings, articles, and organization mission statements, and correspondence relating to peace efforts from Colombian organizations, organizations from the United States, and trans-American organizations spanning the years 1964 to 2016, though the majority of the materials are from the early 2000s. Items are written in English. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include the Movement for the Federation of the Americas and its associated International Congress on Federalism of the Americas and World Federalism (1964), Taller de Paz, Bogota School for Peace, and the U.S. Mennonite Central Committee.

Christian Center for Justice, Peace, and Nonviolent Action.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
General

This folder is marked as missing (July 2022).

Movement for the Federation of the Americas, 1964.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Scope and Contents

Contains a letter/invitation, conference program, application regarding the Second International Congress on Federalism of the Americas and World Federalism (July 16-19, 1964), and a constitution, including a list of principles. Materials are in English.

School for Peace, 2007-.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Scope and Contents

Contains newspaper clipping on peace school in Bogota from the Mennonite Weekly Review (February 12, 2007). Materials are in English.

Taller de Paz, circa 2011.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Scope and Contents

Contains a printout about the mission statement and peace talks. Materials are in English.

Peace material from other countries, 2001-2016.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Scope and Contents

Contains correspondence regarding the Mennonite Central Committee (US) and US military aid, articles on peace accords, agrarian movements, and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). Materials are in English.

Congo (Formerly: Zaire).
Box CDG-B Congo, Zimbabwe
Scope and Contents

CDG-B Congo consists of a background report from 1977 titled Crisis in Zaire prepared by members of the American Friends Service Committee and the National Action/Research on the Military Industrial Complex.

Centro de Los Amigos Para La Paz [Friends Peace Center].
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Conferencio del Caribe, March 20-27, 1932.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1930-1949.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Oscar Arias Sanchez.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
University for Peace.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
University for Peace: World Peace Concerts.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba
Miscellaneous material on Costa Rica.
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Croata contains two folders. One folder contains materials on the Center for Women War Victims, and the other folder contains miscellaneous peace material. The materials relate to aid for women refugees, refugee camps and an International Volunteers Project Pakrac initiated by the Anti-War Campaign Croatia. Materials include pamphlets, emails, and interim reports from 1993-1995. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include the Center for Women War Victims and the Volunteer Project Pakrac. Materials are in English.

Physical Description

0.1 linear ft.2 folders

Center for Women War Victims (Zagreb), 1993.
Box CDG-B Croatia: 1
Miscellaneous material on Croatia, 1993-1995.
Box CDG-B Croatia: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes items related to aid for women refugees, refugee camps and an International Volunteers Project Pakrac initiated by the Anti-War Campaign Croatia. These pamphlets, email, and interim reports span the years 1993 to 1995. The items in this collection are written in English.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains three folders. One folder contains magazines, letters, event programs, and conference agendas associated with La Cruz Blanca de la Paz (the Cuban Women's Association). The other two folders contain letters, pamphlets, newspapers, magazines, and essays, many of which address Cuba's relationship with the United States between the 1940s and the 1980s.

Cruz Blanca de la Paz [Cuban Women's Association].
Box CDG-B Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba

All-Christian Assembly for World Peace (Prague), 1961-.
Christian Peace Conference (Prague), 1958-.
Czechoslovak Committee of Defenders of Peace.
Czechoslovak Peace Committee.
International Union of Students.
Internationale Kulturliga [International League of Culture].
Thomas Garique Masaryk.
Will S. Monroe.
Přemysl Pitter, 1926-1954.

Aldrig mere Krig [War Resisters' International].
Association Denmark Against the War.
Fredrik Bajer.
Bureau for Opretholdelse af Internationalt Samvirke: Neutralt Bureau til Fremme af National og Internationalt Samarbejde.
Centre for Peace and Conflict Research (Copenhagen).
Danish United Nations Association, 2019-.
Dansk Fredsforenings [Danish Peace Society], 1892-.
Dansk Fredsraad.
Dansk Interparlamentariske Gruppe.
FN-Forbundet [United Nations Association].
Fredskommissionen [Peace Commission], 1999-.
Hesbjerg Peace Research Group.
Ellen Horup.
Kampagnen Mod Atomvaaben.
Kriseligt Fredsforbund, 1913.
Kvinder for Fred [Women for Peace], 1980.
Nordenfjord World University Collected Records.
Holger Terp.
Ungdoms Forenigen "Pax", 1916-1933.
World Federalist Youth.
World Movement for World Federal Government.
Related Materials

For CDG-B France, see Mouvement Universel pour une Confédération Mondiale. See also World Movement for World Federal Government in CDG-B Netherlands and CDG-B Switzerland.

Dominican Republic.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

This CDG-B subgroup consists of one folder containing two pamphlets about the Dominican Civil War in 1965, the United States invasion of the Dominican Republic, and the war's consequences. There are two copies of the first pamphlet, which is an English-language document entitled Marines! In Santo Domingo! by Victor Perlo, was written months after the invasion in 1965, and urged the United States to leave the Dominican Republic and all Latin American countries. The second pamphlet, a Spanish-language document entitled "Informe preliminar sobre la situación de los derechos humanos en la República Dominicana", was written ten years later by the Comite ad-hoc de EUA y Canada por los Derechos Humanos, a North American committee which included members from Women's International League of Peace and Freedom, Latin America Working Group, and the US National Council of Churches. This pamphlet addressed human rights in the Dominican Republic post-US occupation.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B East Timor contains one folder within a country collective box that contains an array of documentation also relating to the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, and Ethiopia. The material on East Timor includes pamphlets, press releases, newsletters, and magazines relating to the Indonesian invasion and occupation of East Timor (1975-1976), American military aid for Indonesia, and the lack of press coverage for this conflict, as well as informational and news material about East Timor from organizations based in the United States. Materials span the years 1976 to 1979; all items are written in English. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include the East Timor Defense Committee and the Timor Information Service.

Peace material from other countries, 1976-1979.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

Contains one pamphlet by Richard W. Franke on the Indonesian invasion of East Timor, two press releases from the East Timor Defense Committee, the newsletter "Timor Information Service" (Nos. 11-12, June 26, 1976), an issue of "The Inquiry" (February 19, 1979), and an article by Noam Chomsky titled "East Timor: the Press Cover-up."

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Ecuador contains two folders. The first folder consists of two copies of a flier with information about the organization No Bases, the International Network for the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases, which was formed in Ecuador in 2007. The second folder contains peace-related material, including a letter titled "Appeal to the conscience of Latin America" (1938) from the Institute of Hispanic American Cultural Relations of Guayaquil and a booklet in Spanish titled "La paz de América— Ecuador y su derecho" (Peace in America— Ecuador and its Law), which was written in 1941 by Colonel Adrian Cravioto, then-president of the Mexican Section of the International Institution of Americanist Ideals.

No Bases.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

Contains two copies of a flyer with information about the organization No Bases.

Peace-related material on Ecuador.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

Includes a letter titled "Appeal to the conscience of Latin America" (1938) from the Institute of Hispanic American Cultural Relations of Guayaquil and a booklet in Spanish titled "La paz de América— Ecuador y su derecho" (Peace in America— Ecuador and its Law), which was written in 1941 by Colonel Adrian Cravioto, then-president of the Mexican Section of the International Institution of Americanist Ideals.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Egypt contains three folders. One folder is grouped by organization and two folders contain miscellaneous material. These folders are in a "country collective box," containing an array of documentation also relating to the Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, and Ethiopia. The material on Egypt includes memos, correspondence, annual reports, and pamphlets pertaining to the fourth United States General Assembly special session on disarmament and the Cairo-based campaign for the elimination of nuclear weapons (1996), community efforts and activities by the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA, 1936-1937), correspondence regarding the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936, and publications about Egyptian independence from L'Association Égyptienne de Paris (1919). This collection includes items from Egypt as well as publications about Egypt from other countries. These materials span the years 1919 to 1996, though the majority of the materials are from the 1910s and 1930s. Materials are in English, Arabic, and French.

Coordinating Centre Among Arab Peace Organisations, 1996.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

Contains memos about the Fourth UN General Assembly special session on disarmament and a program proposal on the elimination of nuclear weapons. Materials are in English and Arabic.

Peace material from Egypt, 1936-1937.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

Contains a letter from the American University at Cairo about the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936, an annual report for the Young Men's Christian Association (1936-1937, Alexandria), and an annual report for Young Men's Christian Association (1936-1937, Cairo). Materials are in English and Arabic.

Peace material from outside Egypt, 1919-1952.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia
Scope and Contents

Contains four pamphlets from L'Association Égyptienne de Paris (Nos. 1-4, 1919 about Egyptian independence and one pamphlet titled "Egypt: Cross-Road on a World Highway" by Hugh J. Schonfield (circa 1952). Materials are in French and English.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B El Salvador contains one collective box, including an array of documentation separated into folders grouped by organization or person, as well as five folders containing miscellaneous material. The material includes pamphlets, newspaper clippings, reports, and flyers relating to labor rights, discourse surrounding United States aid to El Salvador, and the imprisonment and assassinations of political and religious leaders. These items span the years 1980 to 2003, though most are from the 1980s. Notable people and organizations present in this collection include Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero, the Peace Education division of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), and various labor unions including the General Labor Union (CGT), Association of Salvadoran Telecommunications Workers (ASTTEL), SOICSCES Construction Workers Union, and National Association of Farmworkers (ANTA). Materials are in English and Spanish.

Radio Farabundo Marti, 1987.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

This folder contains an interview, letters, reports, and monthly bulletins from Radio Farabundo Marti del Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN).

Universidad Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero (UMOAR), 1980-1990.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains a postcard, a pamphlet about an adult education center, and a booklet about Maryknoll and the assasination of Oscar Arnulfo Romero. Materials are in English.

Peace material from El Salvador, undated.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains newspaper clippings, including "Religious Task Force on Central America." Materials are in Spanish and English.

Peace material from outside El Salvador, 1980-1987.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlets on the Salvadoran Civil War, Policy Alternatives for the Caribbean and Central America (PACCA), and the STECEL union. Also contains booklets, some of which include poetry, on "Women in War" and Oscar Arnulfo Romero, reports on "Counterterrorism in Action" and police brutality, flyers for donations and information on documentaries, newspaper clippings, and a newsletter from Women's Association of El Salvador (AMES) and LINKS Central American Health Rights Network. Materials are in English.

Peace material from outside El Salvador, 1988.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains reports from the United States on labor rights, union leader assassinations, and human rights violations. Materials are in English.

Peace material from outside El Salvador, 1988.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains reports from United States on labor rights and human rights violations. Materials are in English.

Peace material from outside El Salvador, 1988-2003.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
Scope and Contents

Contains reports on labor rights, assassinations, United States policy, and Salvadoran Peace Accords. Some report are from the American Friends Service Committee. Also includes a letter from Oscar Arnulfo Romero to Carter. Materials are in English.

Medicine for Peace.
Box CDG-B El Salvador: 1
General

File marked as missing (July 2022).

Ethiopia.
Box CDG-B Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia

Finnish Peace Committee.
Finnish UN Association, 1989-.
International Liaison Forum of Peace Forces.
Hilkka Pietlilä.
T. Rasku.
Deryk Sivén.
Tampere Peace Research Institute.
Women for Peace in Finland.
World Assembly for Peace (Helsinki), June 24-30, 1955.
World Congress of Peace Forces.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Continuing Liaison Council.

World Peace Council, 1949-1996.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Association Internationale de la Paix; Assocazionale della Pace; World Peace Council, Great Britain; and World Congress for General Disarmament and Peace, July 9-14, 1962.

Action of Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament, 2003.
Gabriel Alix, 1948-1950.
Alliance Universelle [Universal Alliance].
Alliance Universelle des Femmes Pour la Paix [Universal Alliance of Women for Peace], 1896-1909.
Amis de la Paix, 1896.
Appeal of the Nobel Laureates for the Children of the World [Foundation].
Association d'Amitie Franco-Vietnamienne, 1972.
Association d'Educateurs Pacifistes [Association of Pacifist Educators].
Association de la Paix par le Droit [Association of Peace by Law], 1902-1913.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Association des Jeunes Amis de la Paix.

Association Francaise pour la Société des Nations [French Association for the League of Nations], 1918-1935.
Association Internationale pour le Désarmement Volontaire.
Association Médicale Internationale pour aider à la Suppression de la Guerre [International Medical Association for Help in Suppressing War], 1913.
Association of International Work Camps for Peace.
Bibliotheque Pacifiste Internationale [International Pacifist Library], 1904.
La Cartel International de la Paix [International Peace Coalition], 1946-1947.
Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherches sur la Paix et d'Etudes Strategiquies (CIRPES) [Inter-disciplinary Center for Research on Peace and Strategic Studies].
Centre Syndical d'Action Contre la Guerre [Trade Union Center for Action Against War], 1938.
Cercle International de Jeunesse [International Youth Circle], 1937-1939.
Comité d'Action pour le Désarmement Universel, 1932.
Comité d'Entente des Associations Françaises pour la Paix par l'Education [Liaison Committee of French Associations of Peace Through Education], 1932-1933.
Comité d'Entente des Grandes Associations Internationales [Joint Committee of the Major International Associations], 1936.
Comité International de Coordination et l'Information pour l'aide à l'Espangne Republicaine [International Cooperation and Information Committee for the Aid of Republican Spain], 1936-1938.
Comité International pour la Federation Européene [Confederation of European Nations], 1945.
Comité Mondial Contre la Guerre et le Fascisme [World Committee Against War and Fascism], 1934-1939.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Comité Henri Barbusse.

Comité National de Résistance à la Guerre et l'Oppression [National Committee of Resistance to War and Oppression], 1952-.
Comités Larzac.
Comité pour le Desarmament Nucleaire en Europe [Committee for Nuclear Disarmament in Europe], 1983-1984.
Committee of Red Cross Societies, 1919.
Communauté de l'Arche [Community of the Ark], 1960-1980s.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Lanza del Vasto, Joseph Jean.

Communauté Internationale [International Community].
Conciliation International, 1906-1930.
Concours Européen de la Paix [European Peace Meeting], 1924.
Confédération Générale Pacifiste [General Pacifist Confederation].
Conférence Internationale pour le Désarmament [International Conference for Disarmament], Nov. 26-27, 1931.
Congrès Démocratique International pour la Paix [International Democratic Peace Conference] (Bierville, France), 1921-1936.
Congrès National de la Paix, 1902-1949.
Conseil Français pour l'Assemblée Constituante des Peuples [French Council for a Constituent Assembly of Peoples Nations?].
Conseil Mondial pour l'Assemblée Constituante des Peuples [World Council for a Constituent Assembly of Peoples Nations].
Conseil National de la Paix [National Peace Council].
Conseil National des Femmes Françaises, Section de la Paix [National Council of French Women, Peace Section], 1913.
Coordination Committee for International Voluntary Work Camps.
Coordinational Francaise pour la Decennie.
André de Bollardière, 1973.
Baron Paul Henri d'Estournelles de Constant.
Délégation Permanente de Sociétés Françaises de la Paix [Permanent Delegation of France Peace Societies], 1904-1931.
Henri Demont.
Marcel Dieudonné, 1946-1947.
Camille Drevet, 1930-1933.
L'Entante Mondiale pour la Paix [International Understanding for Peace].
European Mobilisation for Survival.
Federation Interalliée des Anciens Combattants [FIDAC].
Forces Libres de la Paix, 1954.
Fraternite Vietnam.
French Protestant Committee.
Georges Girardin, 1947-1949.
Global Organization to Ban All Weapon Production.
Groupe d'Études Positivistes, 1932-1938.
Groupement Pacifiste International [International Pacifist Association], 1937-1938.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Mitteilungen der Internationalen Pazifisten Vereinigung.

Groupements Français pour la Paix par la Société des Nations, 1934.
Henri Guilbeaux.
Honfleur Conference, 1923.
Troubat le Houx, 1948.
Institut Francais de Polémologie [French Institute of Scientific Peace Research].
International Commission for Aid to Spanish Child Refugees, 1937-1938.
International Conference of Women (Marseilles, France), May 13-15, 1938.
International Information Center on Peace-Keeping Operations, 1966-.
International Registry of World Citizens.
Frédéric Joliot-Curie.
Henri Lambert.
Ligue d'Action Pacifiste et Sociale [War Resisters' International, French Section].
Ligue d'Amitié Internationale.
Ligue des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen, 1913-1936.
Ligue des Femmes Contre la Guerre.
Ligue Francaise pour le Droit des Femmes, 1929.
Ligue Internationale de la Paix et de la Liberté [International League of Peace and Liberty], 1919.
Ligue Internationale des Combattants de la Paix, 1937.
Ligue Internationale des Meres et des Educatrices pour la Paix.
Ligue Internationale et Permanente de la Paix, 1868-.
Ligue Rouennaise de la Paix, 1901.
Maison de la Paix, 1947.
Memorial da Caen: Un Musee Pour La Paix, 1988-.
Gaston Moch, 1897-1900.
Mouvement Chretien pour la Paix.
Mouvement de la Paix.
Mouvement International de la Reconciliation [International Fellowship of Reconciliation].
Mouvement Universel pour une Confédération Mondiale [World Movement for World Federal Government], 1947-.
Un Musée pour la Paix.
Nobel Peace Prize Gallery [Galerie des Priz Nobel de la Paix].
Omnes Fratres (Tous Fréres), 1952.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development [OECD].
Frédéric Passy, 1863-1912.
General Percin, 1921.
R. Porchet.
Rassemblement-Internationale contre la Guerre et le Militarisme [International Campaign Against War and Militarism], 1937.
Rassemblement Universel des Pacifistes Integraux.
Reference Service on international Affairs, 1924-1927.
La Republique Supranationale, 1924-1925.
Romain Rolland, 1918-1944.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Association des Amis de Romain Rolland.

Han Ryner.
Marc Sangnier, 1910-1932.
Albert Schweitzer.
Service Civil International.
Related Materials

See also Service Civil International in CDG-B Algeria, CDG-B Belgium, CDG-B Germany [Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig], CDG-B India, CDG-B Italy [Servizio Civile Internazionale], CDG-B Luxembourg, and CDG-B Switzerland. See also International Voluntary Service [CDG-B Austria (Internationaler Zivildienst), CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Sweden (Internationella Abetslag), and DG 148 (Service Civil International)].

Société Chretienne des Amis de la Paix, 1899-1905.
Société de la Paix, 1830-1839.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Schweizerischer Friedensverein.

Société d'Études et de Correspondence Internationales, 1901-1906.
Société Française des Amis de la Paix.
Société Française pour l'Arbitrage entre Nations.
Société Internationale de Paix et d'Arbitrage.
Related Materials

See also International Law Association (CDG-B Great Britain)

Societe Religieuse des Amis [Society of Friends].
Related Materials

See also Society of Friends in CDG-B Australia, CDG-B Austria, CDG-B Canada, CDG-B China, CDG-B Germany [Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde], CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Japan, CDG-B Mexico [Sociedad de Los Amigos], CDG-B New Zealand [Religious Society of Friends of New Zealand], CDG-B Sweden, and CDG-B Switzerland.

Society of Christian Morals.
Édouard Theis, 1947-1965.
Union des Femmes Francaises, 1952-1967.
Union Européene des Fédéralistes, 1949-1950.
Union Féminine pour la Société des Nations, Groupe Marseillais.
Union Internationale des Pacifistes Patriotes, 1934-1935.
Union of French Women, 1951-.
Union Pacifiste de France [War Resisters' International, French Section], 1975-.
Union Patriotique de France pour la Pacification de L'Europe et le Désarmament, 1900-1906.
Union pour une Humanité Nouvelle.
United Towns Organization, 1982-1983.
Philippe Vernier.
Vietnamese Buddhist Peace Delegation to Paris, 1969-1978.
World Committee Against War and Fascism [Comité Mondial Contre la Guerre et le Fascisme], 1934-1939.
World Veterans Federation [Fédération Mondiale des Anciens Combattants].
Pax Christi.
Related Materials

See also Pax Christi in CDG-B Germany and CDG-B Great Britain.

Aktion Sühnezeichen Friendsdienste [Action Reconciliation Service for Peace].
Andere Deutschland Verlag.
Arbeitskreis Kriegssteuerboykott [Working Group on ar Tax Boycott] (Koln, Germany), 1983.
Arbeitstelle Friedensforschung Bonn [Information Unit Peace Research Bonn, West Germany], 1986-1987.
Archiv Aktiv.
Manfred von Ardenne.
Georg Arnhold.
Anita Augspurg.
Gertrude Baer.
Berliner Aktionsausschuss für das "Deutsche Manifest", 1955.
Berliner Compagnie.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Bund der Auslandsdeutschen e.V. [Federation of Repatriated Germans Inc.].
Bund Kriegsgegnerischer Pfarrer.
Bundes der Kriegsdienstgegner [War Resisters League].
Church and Peace, 1986-.
Das Andere Deutschland Verlag [Publishing House].
Deutsch-Amerikanische Friedensgesellschaft.
Deutsch-englisches Verständigungskomitee, 1906.
Deutsche Evangelische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Erwachsenenbildung.
Deutsche Friedens-Unions [German Peace Union].
Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft [German Peace Society], 1897-1991.
Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft-Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner [DFG-IDK; War Resisters' International, German Branch].
Deutsche Gemeinschaft zum Schutze der Kinder [German Society for the Protection of Children].
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung e.V. [German Society for Peace and Conflict Resolution].
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerbundfragen.
Deutsche[n] Liga für Menschenrechte [German League for Human Rights], 1914-1948.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Bund "Neues Vaterland."

Deutsche[n] Liga für Völkerbund [German League of Nations Society], 1919-1931.
Deutschen Pazifistischen Studentbundes [German Pacifist Student Association], 1920-1925.
Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, 1936.
Deutscher Ausschuss für Abrüstungspropoganda, 1932.
Deutscher Frauenausschuss zur Bekämpfung der Schuldlüge, 1924-1929.
Deutscher Zentralausschuss für die Auslandschilfe e.V. [Germany Central Office for Foreign Aid Inc.], 1923-1926.
Deutsches Aktionsnetz Kleinwaffen Stoppen [DAKS], 2005-.
Deutsches Friedenskomitee [German Peace Committee].
Anna B. Eckstein, 1886-1944.
Ecumenical Peace Decade, circa 2014.
Eirene: International Christian Service for Peace.
Europa-Union, 1950.
Europäisches Arbeiterkomitee gegen die Remilitarislerung Deutschlands [European Worker's Committee Against the Remilitarisation of Germany], 1951-1953.
Fellowship of Reconciliation (Berlin, Germany), 1988-.
Related Materials

Internationaler Versöhnungsbund (CDG-B Germany)

Friedrich W. Foerster.
Freie Deutsche Liga [Independent German League], 1948-1949.
Martha Freund-Hoppe, 1914-1918.
Friedensbund der Kriegsteilnehmer [Association of War Participants?], circa 1928-1931.
Friedensbund Deutscher Katholiken [German Catholic Peace Association], 1948-1951.
Friedensrat der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik [Peace Council of the German Democratic Republic].
Gandhi Information Center, Berlin [Gandhi-Informations-Zentrums in Berlin], 1994-.
German Democratic Republic Peace Council.
Gesellschaft zum Schutz von Bürgerrecht und Menschenwürde [Society of Civil Rights and Human Dignity], 1994-.
Die Grünen [The Greens (National Political Party)], 1982-1989.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Gert Bastian and Petra Kelly.

Gruppe 'Friedens-Manifest 82'.
Hessische Stiftung Friedens und Konfliktorschung [Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)] (Franfurt, Germany), 1971-.
Hilfswerk der Evangelischen Kirchen in Deutschland, 1947-1949.
Margret Hofmann.
Information Unit Peace Research Bonn.
Institut für Friedensarbeit und Gewaltfreie Konfliktaustragung [Institute for Peacework and Nonviolent Settlement of Conflict].
International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms.
International Correspondence for Peace.
International Mobilization for Survival.
International Network of Engineers and Scientists against Proliferation (INESAP).
International Peace Pilgrimage 1988 to Santiago de Compostela, 1988.
Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner, Deutscher Zweig [War Resisters' International, German Section].
Internationale Freundschaftsheim [International Friendship House].
Related Materials

See also American Committee for Freundschaftsheim (CDG-A)

Internationale Konferenz Wissenschaft zwischen Krieg und Frieden (Berlin, Germany), Jan. 28-30, 1983.
Internationaler Versöhnungsbund - Deutscher Zweig [International Fellowship of Reconciliation --German Section].
Internationaler Versöhnungsbund - Berlin Gruppe [International Fellowship of Reconciliation -- Berlin].
Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig [Service Civil International - German Branch], 1947-1950.
Related Materials

See also Service Civil International in CDG-B Algeria, CDG-B Belgium, CDG-B France, CDG-B India, CDG-B Italy [Servizio Civile Internazionale], CDG-B Luxembourg, and CDG-B Switzerland. See also International Voluntary Service [CDG-B Austria (Internationaler Zivildienst), CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Sweden (Internationella Abetslag), and DG 148 (Service Civil International)].

Internationales Anti-Kriegsmuseum (Berlin, Germany).
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Ernst Friedrich.

Internationales Frauenfriedensarchiv Fasia Jensen [International Women's Peace Archive Fasia Jensen].
Internationales Konversionzentrum Bonn [Bonn International Center for Conversion].
Jüdischer Friendensbund [Jewish Peace Society], 1930.
Related Materials

See also Jewish Peace Society in CDG-B Great Britain.

Jugenbund für Freiheit und Frieden, 1948-.
Harry Kessler, 1920-1921.
Heinz Kloppenburg, 1968.
Käthe Kollwitz.
Heinz Kraschutzi.
Martha Kühl [Trinker].
Kulturföderation Freier Sozialisten und Antimilitaristen (Hamburg, Germany), 1947-1949.
Margareth Lachmund, 1952-1975.
Landesfriedenskomitee Bayern, 1950.
Liga fur Völkerfreundschaft der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik [League of the German Democratic Republic for Friendship Among the Peoples], 1966-1980.
Liga für Weltregierung.
Liga gegen Imperialismus [League Against Imperialism].
Gertrud Luckner.
Emerenz Meier.
Wilhelm Mensching.
G.W. Meyer.
Military Counseling Network, 2006-.
Monschau (Rheinl Festspiele dem Frieden der Völker), 1951.
Mutlangen / Mutlanger.
Martin Niemöller, 1960-.
Notgemeinschaft für den Frieden Europas (Berlin, Germany), 1952.
Nothelfergemeinschaft der Freunde, 1946-1981.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Internationale Hilfdienstlager für den Frieden.

Olof Palme Friedensmarsch [Peace March], Sept. 1987.
Carl von Ossietzky.
Existence and Location of Copies

Available on microfilm (reels 004).

Pax Christi.
Related Materials

See also Pax Christi in CDG-B France and CDG-B Great Britain.

Pazifistischer Werbedienst [Pacifist Advertising Service] (Stuttgart, Germany).
Peace Group for Real Security and Genuine Disarmament, 1980.
Ludwig Quidde, 1881-1941.
Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde [Religious Society of Friends].
Related Materials

See also Society of Friends in CDG-B Australia, CDG-B Austria, CDG-B Canada, CDG-B China, CDG-B France [Societe Religieuse des Amis], CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Japan, CDG-B Mexico [Sociedad de Los Amigos], CDG-B New Zealand [Religious Society of Friends of New Zealand], CDG-B Sweden, and CDG-B Switzerland.

Victoria Rhodin, 1977-1984.
Elisabeth Rotten.
Otto Maria Saenger-Pascendi, circa 1943-1956.
Klaus Schlichtmann.
Paul von Schoenaich.
Magnus Schwantje, 1919-1927.
Friedrich Wilhelm Siegmund-Schultze, 1932-1960.
Socialdemokratishce Partie Deutschland.
Dorothee Sölle.
Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, 1932-1959.
Stiftung Entwicklung und Frieden [Development and Peace Foundation], 1994-.
Fritz Taeuber.
Otto Umfrid, 1901-1917.
Fritz von Unruh.
Verband der Kriegsdienstverweigerer [Association of Conscientious Objectors?], 1958-1962.
Verband[es] für Internationale Verständigung [Association for International Conciliation], 1912-1914.
Verlag Neues Vaterland [New Fatherland Publishing House?], circa 1915-1922.
Hans Wehberg, 1909-1926.
Weltjugendliga (Berlin, Germany), circa 1920-1931.
Weltkongress im Internationalen Jahr Der Frau [World Congress for International Women's Year] (Berlin, Germany), October 20-24, 1975.
Weltstaat - Liga, 1947-1948.
Gunter Wernicke, 1996-.
Westdeutsche[n] Frauenfriedensbewegung, 1951-1954.
Franz Wirth, 1911.
Women's International Democratic Federation (WIDF), 1946-.
Scope and Contents

Also known as Fédération Démocratique International des Femmes and Welt Organisation der Mütter aller Nationen. Includes material on World Congress of Women.

World Assembly for Peace (Berlin, Germany), June 21-25, 1969.
World Future Council.

Accra Assembly: The World Without the Bomb, 1964.
Plan Peace International.

Abolition 2000 UK.
Abyssinia Association (London, England).
Sir Richard Acland.
Action for Southern Africa.
Christopher Addison, 1916.
Air Disarmament Committee, 1937-1938.
Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp.
Guy Aldred.
All Britain Peace Liaison Group, circa 1978.
All Nations Friendship League.
All Peoples' Association.
Frank Allaun.
Clifford Allen.
Alternative Service Guild, 1917-.
Dorothy Alton, 1965.
Amnesty International.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Soviet Human Rights Movement.

C.F. Andrews, 1970-1971.
Norman Angell.
Anglican Pacifist Fellowship, 1940-.
Anglo-American Committee for International Discussion.
Anglo-American Peace Centenary, 1914.
Anti-Apartheid Movement [Org.].
Anti-CBW, circa 1968.
Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, 1909-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human Rights.

Arbitrate First Bureau, 1922-1927.
W. Arnold-Forster, 1926-1932.
Assembly for Disarmament and Peace, 1978.
Associated Councils of Churches in the British and German Empires for Fostering Friendly Relations Betwee the Two Peoples, 1912-1913.
Association for International Understanding, 1925.
Association for the Peace Ballot of Great Britain, 1933.
Association for World Peace.
At Ease (London, England), 199_.
Atlantic Peace Foundation.
Atlantic Union.
Atomic Scientists' Association.
Authors World Peace Appeal, 1951-.
Walter H. Ayles.
Babies Against the Bomb.
J. Allen Baker.
James Barr, 1916.
Duke of Bedford.
A.D. Belden.
Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on International War Crimes Tribunal.

Harold S. Bidmead.
Harold Bing.
Birmingham Peace Centre.
Bolton Peace Week, 1936.
Bombing Restriction Committee, 1941-1945.
John Bright.
Henry Brinton.
Bristol Peace and Arbitration Association.
British-American Peace Centenary Meeting (London, England), 1914.
British American Security Information Council, 1987-.
British-American Women's Crusade.
British Anti-War Movement.
British Appeal for Relief in Germany.
British Campaign for Peace in Vietnam, 1971.
British Centre Against Imperialism, circa 1946.
British Committee for European Security and Cooperation.
British Commonwealth Peace Federation.
British Conflict Research Society.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on London Peace Research Group.

British Council for Peace in Vietnam, 1965.
British Council of Churches.
British Federation of Youth.
British Llano Circle.
British Nuclear Test Ban Coalition, circa 1997-1998.
British Peace Award, 1924.
British Peace Committee, 1949-.
British Universities League of Nations Society, circa 1927-1937.
Related Materials

See also League of Nations Union (CDG-B Great Britain)

British Withdrawal from Northern Ireland Campaign.
British Women's Temperance Association, Peace Section.
British Youth Peace Assembly, circa 1935-1939.
Vera Brittain.
A. Fenner Brockway, 1915-1988.
Brotherhood of the Way.
Oliver Brown.
Bruderhof.
Viscount Bryce, 1915.
Jack Burton.
Cambridge Exhibition Against Fascism and War, 1935.
Cambridge Peace Trail.
Cambridge Scientists' Anti-War Group.
Cambridge University War and Peace Society, 1912-1913.
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), 1975-.
Campaign Against Taxation for Nuclear Armaments, circa 1965.
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), 1958-.
Karlin Capper-Johnson, circa 1940-1947.
Hugh Caradon.
T. Corder Catchpool, 1914-1952.
Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR), 1976-.
Related Materials

Progressio (CDG-B Great Britain) [successor organization]

Catholic Peace Society, circa 1943.
Catholic Truth Society.
Hugh Cecil, 1917.
Viscount of Chelwood Cecil, 1937.
Central Board for Conscientious Objectors, 1939-1962.
Centre for International Peacebuilding.
Centre for World Development Education.
Howard Cheney, circa 1964.
Children and War Project, circa 1997.
Children's League of Peace and Goodwill.
China Campaign Committee, circa 1930s.
Chingford Peace Group, 1939.
Christian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS).
Christian Pacifist Forestry and Land Units, circa 1940.
Christian Pacifist Party.
Christian Party.
Christian Union for Promoting International Concord, 1889-1890.
Christianity Calling.
Church and Peace.
Church of England: Board for Social Responsibility, 1978.
Church of England Peace League, 1913-1915.
Church of Scotland Ministers' Peace Society, 1936.
Church of Scotland Peace Society.
Churches and International Friendship Conference, 1914.
Winston S. Churchill.
Roderic K. Clark, 1916.
Clergy Against Nuclear Arms (CANA).
CND Cymru.
Colleges and Universities Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1961.
Combined Universities Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1958.
Commission of the Churches for International Friendship and Social Responsibility, circa 1949.
Committee of 100, 1960-1968.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Christian Non-Violent Action.

Committee on Poverty and the Arms Trade (COPAT), circa 1978.
Commonwealth of World Citizens.
Communist Party of Great Britain.
Community of the Peace People (Belfast, Ireland).
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Betty Williams and Women's Peace Movement.

Community Relations Council (Belfast, Ireland), 1992-1994.
Community Service Committee, 1937-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Community Advisory Group.

Conciliation Resources, 2004-.
Conference of All Friends [Society of Friends].
Conference to Establish a World Peace Brigade, 1961-1962.
Congregational Union of England and Wales, Inc., 1929.
Conscience [org.].
Conscience and Peace Tax International.
Co-operative Party.
Co-operative Union, Limited.
Cooperative War Resisters' Association.
COPEC [Christian Order in Politics, Economics and Citizenship], 1926-.
Julian Stafford Corbett.
Corporate Watch, 2001-.
Council for Education in World Citizenship.
Council for the Study of International Relations.
Council of Action for Peace and Reconstruction.
Council of Christian Pacifist Groups.
Council on Christian Approaches to Defence and Disarmament, British Group, circa 1977.
Lord Courtney, 1915.
Coventry University: Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies.
Crusade for World Government, 1950-.
Crusade to Abolish War and Armaments by World Law, 1979.
Adam Curle.
Dag Hammarskjold Information Center on the Study of Violence and Peace, 1982.
Harold Davies.
Rhys J. Davies.
Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War, 1957-1961.
Disarmament Group, 1919.
Arthur Conan Doyle.
Duke of Bedford.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on British People's Party and National Freedom Rally.

Dunamis.
George F. Dutch.
Ealing Peace Council, 1936.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Ealing Teachers' League of Peace and Manchester Anti-War Exhibition, December 7-12, 1936.

East Timor Ploughshares.
ECOROPA Limited [European Group for Ecological Action], 1981.
Edinburgh Council for Prevention of War, 1924.
Joseph Edmondson, 1902, 1911.
Eirene Centre, 2005-.
Eleventh Hour Testimony.
Embassies of Goodwill and Fellowship, 1936-.
Embassies of Reconciliation, 1936-1941.
Emergency Committee for the Assistance of Germans, Austrians and Hungarians in Distress, 1914-1915.
Arthur Guy Enock.
European Nuclear Disarmament (END), 1980-.
European Proliferation Information Centre, 1986-.
Ex-Service Men's Anti-War Group, 1951.
Fabian Society.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Young Fabian Group.

Factory for Peace, 1963-.
Federal Union.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Federal Union.

Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Cosmopolis.

Fellowship of Conscientious Objectors, 1941-1942.
Related Materials

Fellowship of Conscientious Objectors (CDG-B New Zealand)

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1915-.
Fight the Famine Council.
Arnold Forster, 1932.
Joseph Hoyland Fox, 1909.
Free Age Press.
Free Church Council Campaign for a Warless World.
Free J.P. Campaign.
Related Materials

Free J.P. [Jaya Prakash] Campaign (CDG-B India)

Free Religious Movement.
Free Tibet Campaign, 1997-.
Freedom Defence Committee.
FREEZE (Bristol. England).
Friends' Ambulance Unit, 1914-1954.
Friends' Book Centre / Friends' Book Shop.
Friends' Council for International Service, 1921-1929.
Friends East-West Relations Committee.
Friends' Emergency and War Victims Relief Committee, 1916-1923.
Friends' Guild of Teachers, 1915.
Friends Home Mission and Extension Committee, 1909-1915.
Friends of Europe, 1933-.
Friends of India.
Friends' Peace and International Relations Committee, 1890-1976.
Friends Peace Committee.
Friends' Peace Conference, 1915.
Friends Peace Service.
Friends' Relief Committee, circa 1921.
Friends' Relief Service, 1943-.
Friends' Service Council, 1939-1969.
Friends' Service Unit.
Friends' Tract Association, circa 1900-1919.
Friends' Vegetarian Society.
Friends War Relief Service, 1943.
Friends War Victims Relief Committee, 1914-1942.
Isabel Fry.
Gandhi Foundation, circa 1998.
Gandhi Mission Society, London Branch, 1948-.
Garton Foundation, 1913.
Generals for Peace and Disarmament.
Give Peace a Chance Trust, 1986.
Global Women's Strike.
Victor Gollancz.
Green Party.
Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp, 1981-1991.
Related Materials

Rose Hausman (CDG-A)

Greenpeace (London, England), 1976-.
Charles Edward Gregory, 1934-1945.
Edward Grey, 1918.
Guild of Pastoral Psychology.
Guild of St. John [Universal Peace Union English Branch].
Ronald E. Gundry, 1919-1939.
Frank R. Hancock, 1941.
Hansard Society, 1948.
Gerald Heard.
Carl Heath.
Arthur Henderson, 1931.
Emily Hobhouse.
Stephen Hobhouse.
Henry Hodgkin.
Laurence Housman.
Housman's Bookshop.
Lord Francis Philip Raphael Howard, 1933.
Emrys Hughes.
Aldous Huxley.
Independent Labour Party, circa 1914-1934.
Independent Nuclear Disarmament Election Committee, circa 1962.
Indian Conciliation Group / India Conciliation Group, 1932-1950.
Kathleen Innes.
Institute for European Defence and Strategic Studies.
Institute for the Study of Conflict.
International Action Network on Small Arms.
International Alliance of Women for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship, 1927.
International Arbitration and Peace Association of Great Britain and Ireland, 1882-1917.
International Arbitration League, circa 1882-1917.
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons.
International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace, 1963-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Conference of Independent, non-Aligned Organizations Working for Nuclear, General Disarmament; Conflict Education Library Trust; European Federation Against Nuclear Arms; London Conference; and Oxford Conference, 1963.

International Cooperative Women's Guild [Internationale Genossenschaftliche Frauengilde], circa 1930.
International Council of Women, 1888-1947.
International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Christian Action Council.

International Democratic Congress for Peace, Sept. 1924.
International Eastern Question Association, 1904.
International Free Trade League.
International Friendship League, 1932-1963.
Related Materials

Ligue d'Amitié Internationale (CDG-B France)

International Harmony Service.
International Help for Children.
International Joint Commission.
International Law Association, 1895-1925.
International Liaison Committee of Organisations for Peace [Comité International de Liaison des Organisations pour la Paix].
Related Materials

Liaison Committee of Organisations for Peace (CDG-B Switzerland)

International Network of Peace Museums, 1998.
International Pacifist Association, 1939.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Interpax and Mitteilungen der Internationalen Pazifisten Vereinigung.

International Peace League of Mothers and Educators.
International Peace Society, 1817-1948.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on London Peace Society.

International Security and Information Service (ISIS).
International Union for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade, 1926-1927.
International Union for Voluntary Disarmament on a Reciprocity Basis.
International Union of Liberal Christian Women.
International Voluntary Service (IVS) [Service Civil International].
Related Materials
  1. Internationaler Zivildienst [International Voluntary Service] (CDG-B Austria)
  2. Internationella Abetslag [International Voluntary Service] (CDG-B Sweden)
  3. SCI International Voluntary Service (U.S.) Records (DG 148)
  4. Service Civil International (CDG-B Algeria)
  5. Service Civil International (CDG-B Belgium)
  6. Service Civil International (CDG-B France)
  7. Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig [Service Civil International] (CDG-B Germany)
  8. Service Civil International (CDG-B India)
  9. Service Civil International (CDG-B Luxembourg)
  10. Servizio Civile Internazionale [Service Civil International] (CDG-B Italy)
  11. Service Civil International (CDG-B Switzerland)
International War Veterans Organisation for Peace.
International Year of Shelter for the Homeless, 1987.
Harrison Jackson.
Jewish Peace Society.
Related Materials

Jewish Peace Society [Judischer Friendensbund] (CDG-B Germany)

C.E.M. Joad.
Joint Commission on the Problems of the International Settlement.
Joint Council [to Promote Understanding Between White and Colored People in Great Britain].
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust: Visionaries For a Just and Peaceful World.
James Avery Joyce.
Howard Kershner, 1944.
Rudyard Kipling.
Kropotkin's Lighthouse Publications.
Labour Action for Peace, 1973-.
Labour Pacifist Fellowship, 1942-1950.
Labour Party.
Labour Peace Fellowship, 1953-1970.
Allan M. Laing.
Landmine Action.
George Lansbury.
Daniel Laqua, 2013-.
Lawyers for Nuclear Disarmament (London, England).
League for the Federation of Mankind, circa 1944.
League of Liberals Against Aggression and Militarism.
League of Nations Union, 1915-1945.
League of Peace.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Wiszniewska, [Her Highness Princess] (Poland).

League of Peace and Freedom, 1915.
League of Youth for Faith and Freedom, 1922-1923.
Otto Lehmann-Russbueldt, 1940.
Leicester Peace Council.
Muriel Lester, 1926-1968.
Liaison Committee for Women's Peace Groups, circa 1964.
Liaison Committee of Organization in Favour of World Government.
Liberal Party.
Liverpool Peace Society, 1897-1915.
London Brotherhood Federation.
London Council for Prevention of War, 1924-.
London Friends' Local Conscription Committee, 1940.
London International Assembly.
London Mennonite Centre, 2001-.
London Pax Players.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Dublin Pax Players and Northern Pax Players.

London Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends Peace Committee.
Fred Longden.
Kathleen Lonsdale.
Patrick Lort-Phillips, 1960.
J. Ramsey MacDonald.
Mairead Corrigan Maguire.
Related Materials
  1. Community of the Peace People (CDG-B Great Britain)
  2. John Dear Papers (DG 201)
Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam.
Medical Association for the Prevention of War.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Conference on the Pathogenesis of War and International Physicians for the Prevention of War.

Medical Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons.
Medical Peace Campaign, circa 1938.
Methodist Peace Fellowship, 1936-.
Alexander Miller, 1940-1942.
Million Minutes of Peace Appeal, 1986.
Molesworth Wheat to the Starving Project, 1984.
E.D. Morel, 1914-1923.
Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, Department of Politics, University of Southampton.
Louis Mountbatten.
The Movement for the Abolition of War.
Movement for a Pacifist Church of Christ, 1943-.
Gilbert Murray.
John Middleton Murry.
Musicians Against Nuclear Arms.
National Council Against Conscription, 1916.
National Council for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapon Tests.
National Council for Civil Liberties, 1916-1919.
National Council for Prevention of War.
Related Materials
  1. National Peace Council (CDG-B Great Britain)
  2. Disarmament Congresses in Disarmament (Subject File)
National Council for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons Tests, 1957-.
National Council for the Abolition of the Death Penalty.
National Council of Women of Great Britain, 1986-.
National Declaration Committee.
National Industrial and Professional Women's Suffrage Society.
National Labour Press Ltd., circa 1916-1925.
National Peace Congress of Great Britain and Ireland, 1905-1912.
National Peace Council, 1909-2000.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on National Council for Prevention of War.

National Reform Union.
National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations.
National Youth Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Network for Peace, 2005-.
New Commonwealth Institute, 1931-1940.
New Reform Club, 1900-1906.
New Reformation Foundation, circa 1963.
New Ulster Movement (Belfast, Ireland).
Next Five Years Group.
Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign.
No Conscription Council, 1945-.
No-Conscription Fellowship, 1914-1920.
No Conscription League.
No More War Movement, 1922-1936.
Philip John Noel-Baker.
Non-Violent Action in Vietnam.
Northern Direct Action Committee (Leeds, England).
Northern Friends' Peace Board, 1915-1982.
Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association (Belfast, Ireland).
Northern Ireland Community Relations Council (Belfast, Ireland).
Northern Ireland Peace Forum (Belfast, Ireland), 1993-1995.
One World Council, Inc., 1958.
Operation Gandhi, 1952.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Nonviolent Resistance Group.

John Ounsted.
B.J. Over.
Douglas J.J. Owen.
Oxford Group (Moral Re-Armament) (MRA), 1920-1936.
Oxford University Union, 1933.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Oxford Pledge.

Pacifist Council of the Christian Church, 1937-1944.
Pacifist Fortnight Campaign, circa 1961.
Pacifist Publicity Unit.
Pacifist Research Bureau.
Pacifist Service Corps, 1938-1939.
Pacifist Service Units, 1941-1949.
Muriel Paget.
Parliamentary Pacifist Group, 1937.
Parliamentary Peace Aims Group, 1943.
Parliamentary Socialist Christian Group, 1948.
Lord Parmoor.
Pax Christi.
Related Materials
  1. Pax Christi (CDG-B France)
  2. Pax Christi (CDG-B Germany)
Pax Christi International.
Related Materials
  1. Pax Christi International (CDG-B Belgium)
  2. Pax Christi International (CDG-B Netherlands)
Pax Christi League.
Pax Society.
Peace Academy, 1939.
Peace Action from the Atlantic to the Urals, 1976-.
Peace Army, 1932-1940.
Peace Association of Christian Scientists, 1936-1949.
Peace Ballot, 1935.
Peace Book Company.
Peace Book Society.
Peace Builders.
Peace House (Scotland), 1996-.
Peace Literature Society, 1913-1914.
Peace Mission [to Northern Ireland], 1994.
Peace Museum.
Peace Network, 1983.
Peace News for Nonviolent Revolution.
Peace Pledge Union, 1934-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Humphrey S. Moore; Peace News, Ltd.; Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard; and Youth Association, Peace Pledge Union.

Peace-Point (Belfast, Ireland), circa 1973-1976.
Peace Research and Education Trust.
Peace Tax Campaign, 1986.
Peace Tax Seven.
Peace Through Parliament, 1985.
Peace Union.
Peace With China Council, 1951.
Peacemakers, 1962-.
Peacemakers Group, 1937-1939.
Peacemakers' Pilgrimage [by women], 1926.
Peacenik, 2006-.
William Penn.
People and Freedom Group, 1949-1954.
People for a Non-Nuclear World, 1977.
People's Common Law Parliament.
People's Peace Camp (Molesworth, England).
Phoenix Group, 1948-.
Bertram and Irene Pickard Pickard, 1918-1972.
Caroline E. Playne.
Plough Publishing House.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Eberhard Arnold.

Max Plowman.
Francis E. Pollard.
Arthur Ponsonby.
Devi Prasad.
J.B. Priestly.
Prison Medical Reform Council.
Prisoners of War Relief Agency.
Programme of Peace and Conflict Research.
Progressio.
Related Materials

Catholic Institute for International Relations (CDG-B Great Britain) [precursor organization]

Promothean Society.
Proportional Representation Society, 1939-1940.
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, 1957-1983.
Edith Pye.
Quaker Peace and Service (London, England).
Race Relations Committee of the Religious Society of Friends.
Radical Research Services, circa 1974-1975.
Alexander Ratcliffe.
Rationalist Peace Society.
Charles E. Raven.
Resurgence Centre (Wales).
John Rex.
Reginald Reynolds, 1925-1955.
Timothy Richard.
Leyton Richards.
A.W. Richardson.
Richardson Institute for Conflict and Peace Research.
John Rickman.
Robert Browning Settlement.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on League to Abolish War.

Joseph Rowntree.
Joshua Rowntree.
Maurice Rowntree.
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1924-1951.
A. Maude Royden.
John Ruskin.
Bertrand Russell.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on International War Crimes Tribunal.

Alfred Salter.
William S. Sanders, 1918.
Save Europe Now.
Save the Children Fund.
Related Materials

Save the Children Fund [Union International de Secours aux Enfants] (CDG-B Switzerland)

Scope and Contents

Includes material on Fight the Famine Fund.

School Peace League.
Science for Peace.
Scientists for Global Responsibility.
Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Scottish Council of the Peace Pledge Union.
Scottish Peace Council.
Sellafield Women's Peace Encampment (Leeds, England).
SERVAS.
Related Materials

Peace Builders (CDG-B Great Britain)

Service-Nation Movement, 1941-.
William K. Sessions.
Shadwell Group.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Forward Group.

George Bernard Shaw.
A.J. Siggins.
Edward G. Smith, circa 1933?.
Rennie Smith.
Society of Friends.
Related Materials
  1. Society of Friends (CDG-B Australia)
  2. Society of Friends (CDG-B Austria)
  3. Society of Friends (CDG-B Canada)
  4. Society of Friends (CDG-B China)
  5. Societe Religieuse des Amis [Society of Friends] (CDG-B France)
  6. Society of Friends (CDG-B Japan)
  7. Sociedad de Los Amigos [Society of Friends] (CDG-B Mexico)
  8. Religious Society of Friends of New Zealand (CDG-B New Zealand)
  9. Society of Friends (CDG-B Switzerland)
  10. Society of Friends (CDG-B Sweden)
Society of Friends, London Yearly Meeting.
Society of Friends, Meeting of Sufferings.
Reginald Sorensen.
South African Conciliation Committee, 1889-1900.
South West African Peoples Organization, circa 1976.
Joseph Southall.
Reverend Sydney Spencer.
Standing International Forum on Ethnic Conflict, Genocide and Human Rights - International Alert, 1993.
Standing Joint Committee of Pacifist Organisations, 1956-.
Standing Joint Pacifist Committee.
Stanhope Press, 1966.
W.T. Stead.
Harold and Sheila Steele.
Stepney Pacifist Service Unit, 1952.
Joseph W. Still.
Stockport and District Peace Association.
Stop the War Coalition, 2003-.
Stop the War Committee.
Strickland Press, circa 1940-1955.
Student Christian Movement.
Students Against Nuclear Energy (London, England).
Helena M. Swanwick, 1907-1938.
SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign.
TAPOL - British Campaign for the Release of Indonesian Political Prisoners.
Marquess of Tavistock, 1940.
Third Way, 1955-.
Related Materials

De Derde Weg (CDG-B Netherlands)

Third Way in Vietnam.
Related Materials

Vietnam (Subject File)

Tibet Society.
To Conquer Hate, 1937-1938.
Toldas Group.
Toynbee Hall.
Charles P. Trevelyan.
Trident Ploughshares 2000.
Troops Out Movement, 1975.
Sydney Turner.
Turning the Tide.
Union of Democratic Control (UDC), 1915-1966.
Unitarian and Free Christian Peace Fellowship.
United Nations Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 1945-.
United World Education and Research Trust, 1986.
United World Foundation, 1994-.
Universal Races Congress, 1911.
University of Bradford Commonweal Collection.
University of Bradford Department of Peace Studies.
University of Bradford School of Peace Studies.
University of Sheffield Centre for Peace History.
University of Ulster Centre for the Study of Conflict.
Peter van den Dungen.
Vedanta Movement, 1941-.
Victoria League.
Vietnam Vigil to End the War.
Roy Walker.
War On Want.
War Resisters' International.
Related Materials
  1. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Argentina)
  2. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Israel)
  3. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Italy)
  4. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Japan)
  5. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Mexico)
  6. Algemene Nederlandse Vredes-Actie [War Resisters' International] (CDG-B Netherlands)
  7. Folkereisning Mot Krig, Norsk Avdeling WRI [War Resisters' International] (CDG-B Norway)
Scope and Contents

Includes material on No More War Movement.

Week of Prayer for World Peace, October 13-20, 2002.
Howard Weinroth.
Wilfred Wellock, 1915-1972.
Welsh Congregational Peace Society.
West Belfast Economic Forum, circa 1993-1994.
West of Scotland Peace and Arbitration Society (Glasgow, Ireland), 1903-1904.
Weston-Super-Mare Peace Society, 1910-1941.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Charles Westacott.

Waldo Williams, 1942-1998.
Alexander Wilson and Edith J. Wilson, 1916-1922.
Edith J. Wilson.
Theodora Wilson Wilson.
Women Against the Bomb.
Women Building Peace [Campaign], 2000-.
Women for Life on Earth (Wales).
Women for World Disarmament.
Women's Centre (Derry, Ireland).
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Women's Peace Movement.

Women's Cooperative Guild.
Women's International Crusade Against War, circa 1914.
Women's International Peace Crusade, circa 1937.
Women's Nuclear Test Ban Network, 1993-.
Women's Peace Alliance.
Women's Peace and Progress Society.
Women's Peace Crusade.
Women's Stop War Movement (Glasgow, Ireland).
Women's Union for Peace.
Women's World Committee Against War and Fascism.
Women's World Congress for Peace and Liberty, 1939.
WoMenwith Women's Peace Camp, circa 1994.
Alexander Wood.
Leonard Woolf, 1928.
Workmen's Peace Association.
World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches.
World Campaign to End War.
World Citizens' Union.
World Citizenship Movement.
World Congress of Faiths, 1936.
World Disarmament Campaign UK.
World Education Fellowship, 1985.
World Goodwill, 1952.
World Message of the Children of Wales, 1925-.
World Peace Union, circa 1926.
World Union.
World Unity Movement, 1947.
World Youth Friendship League.
Nina Worley, 1961.
York International Forum to End the Arms Race and For World Disarmament, 1976.
Young Anti-Militarists.

CDG-B Guatemala. Rigoberta Menchu Tum. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Alba Kör, 1990s-.
Albert Apponyi.
Hungarian Peace Council, 1987-.
International Women's Week in Budapest, 1937.
Interparliamenary Union, 1930-1939.
Ference Kemény.
Giesswein Sandor, 1913-1928.
To Our Friends.
Ungarische Friedensgesellschaft [Hungarian Peace Society].
World Federation of Democratic Youth.

All-Asian Women's Conference, Lahore, January 19-25, 1931.
All-India Peace Council, 1951.
All-India Village Industrial Association.
All India Women's Conference, 1930-1955.
Arunachal Mission, Calcutta, 1933-1954.
Asian Federation Movement.
Atheist Centre, 1990s.
Auroville [commune].
Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Centre.
Brahma Kumaris World Spirituality University, 1980-.
Choudhury, Manmohan.
Committee of Indian Parliamentarians for Peace.
Control Arms Foundation of India.
Dada Dharmadhikari.
Federation of International Fellowships, 1936-1937.
FOR India.
Dr. Hazel Foster.
Free J.P. [Jaya Prakash] Campaign.
Related Materials

See Also Free J.P. [Jaya Prakash] Campaign in CDG-B Great Britain.

Gandhi and the 21st Century International Seminar, January 1987.
Gandhi Bhawan, University of Allhabad, 1971.
Gandhi Book Centre.
Gandhi Mission Society.
Mohandas K. Gandhi, 1919-.
Gandhi National Memorial Fund, 1960.
Gandhi Peace Foundation.
India Peace Center.
Indian Civil Liberties Union, Bombay, 1939.
Indian Council of Peace Research.
Indian National Congress, 1915, 1927-1928, 1934-1938, 1940.
Indian Philosophical Congress, December 1930.
Indian Society of Gandhian Studies, 1972-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Institute of Gandhian Thought and Peace Studies.

International League of Youth, Indian Section, 1923-1924.
Islamic Cultural Centre (Bombay, India).
Jain Vishva Bharati Institute, Deemed University.
Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation, 1991.
Nand Kavi.
Kerala Balagram [boy's village], 1978.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on K.K. Chandy and Christavashram.

Mahatma Gandhi International Training Center for Conflict Prevention and Management, Sadar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, 1997-.
Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network Collected Records, 2016-.
Mother Theresa.
Nagaland Peace Centre, 1977-1978.
Jaya Prakash Narayan.
National Council of Women in India.
Navajivan Publishing House.
Jawaharlal Nehru.
Related Materials

See also Reginald Reynolds (CDG-B Great Britain)

Nehru Memorial Museum and Library.
Peace Research Centre, 1974.
Rabindranath Tagore's Institution at Santiniketan.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Visva-Bharati.

Rajghat School of Non-violence.
Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, 1995-.
SEEDS - India [Socio-Economic Educational Development Service - India], 1998-.
Service Civil International.
Related Materials
  1. Service Civil International (CDG-B Algeria)
  2. Service Civil International (CDG-B Belgium)
  3. Service Civil International (CDG-B France)
  4. Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig [Service Civil International] (CDG-B Germany)
  5. Servizio Civile Internazionale [Service Civil International] (CDG-B Italy)
  6. Service Civil International (CDG-B Luxembourg)
  7. Service Civil International (CDG-B Switzerland)
  8. Internationaler Zivildienst [International Voluntary Service] (CDG-B Austria)
  9. International Voluntary Service (CDG-B Great Britain)
  10. Internationella Abetslag [International Voluntary Service (CDG-B Sweden)
  11. SCI International Voluntary Service (U.S.) Records (DG 148)
Sino-Indian Cultural Society of India, 1950.
Society for Defence of Freedom in Asia.
Swaraj Peeth [org.].
Marjorie Sykes.
Rabindranath Tagore.
Transnational Centre for Non-Violent Social Change.
Acharya Vinoba, 1957.
Women's Indian Association.
World Government [org.].
World Pacifist Meeting, 1948-1949.
World Peace Union.
Indonesia (Formerly: Dutch East Indies, Netherlands East Indies).
Box CDG-B Indonesia, Iran, Iraq
Scope and Contents

CDG-B Indonesia consists of one folder, which contains a pamphlet of excerpts from the book Making Space for Peace: Tales from Indonesia, which was published in 2002 and discusses peace work in war zones. Also contains an email written in 2011 after a bombing of a Gospel Church in Java, Indonesia on how to help heal trauma after violence, specifically for children.

Scope and Contents

CDG-B Iran contains three folders on pamphlets, brochures, and other materials from the New Universal Union, the Tehran Peace Museum, and covering the topics of Iranian human rights and government.

New Universal Union (Tehran), 1940s-1980s.
Box CDG-B Indonesia, Iran, Iraq
Scope and Contents

Contains pamphlets and notices sent out by the New Universal Union, which is based in Tehran, Iran. These materials date between the 1940s-1980s.

Tehran Peace Museum.
Box CDG-B Indonesia, Iran, Iraq
Scope and Contents

Contains a brochure on the Tehran Peace Museum, which includes information on the museum and its history.

Peace material on Iran, 1930s-1970s.
Box CDG-B Indonesia, Iran, Iraq
Scope and Contents

Contains materials in English, French, and Arabic primarily regarding Iran human rights and government. These materials span the 1930s-1970s.

Iraq.
Box CDG-B Indonesia, Iran, Iraq

Free University of Ireland, Peace and Conflict Studies [Program].
University of Limerick: Centre for Peace and Development Studies.
All Ireland Anti-War Crusade, 1936-.
Centre for International Co-operation.
Dawn.
Irish Peace Institute, 1984-.
Journey of Reconciliation, 1976.
League of Nations Society of Ireland, circa 1930s.
Pax Christi (Dublin).

Joseph W. Abileah.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Society for Middle East Confederation.

Association for Peace.
Center for Strategic Studies.
Centre for Monitoring the Impact of Peace, 2002-.
Nathan Chofsi.
Andre Choraqui.
Haifa Feminist Center [in Hebrew: Isha L'Isha].
HAMOKED: Center for the Defence of the Individual, 2004-.
Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide (Jerusalem), 1979-1995.
Inter-Faith Academy of Peace (Jerusalem).
International Center for Peace in the Middle East (Tel Aviv), 1986-1989.
Movement of Democratic Women in Israel, 1980.
New Profile: Movement for the Civilization of Israeli Society.
OZ veSHALOM: Religious Zionists for Strength and Peace, circa 1984.
Palestine Human Rights Information Center (Jerusalem), 1988.
Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence [occupied Jerusalem].
Palestinian Centre for Rapprochement Between People, 1993-.
Peres Center for Peace.
Miriam Sharon.
War Resisters' International.
Related Materials

See also War Resisters' International in CDG-B Argentina, CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Italy, CDG-B Japan, CDG-B Mexico, CDG-B Netherlands [Algemene Nederlandse Vredes-Actie], and CDG-B Norway [Folkereisning Mot Krig, Norsk Avdeling WRI].

Women Wage Peace.
Women's Organization for Political Prisoners (Tel Aviv), 1988-.
World Peace Organization (Jerusalem), 1936.
Yesh Gvul.

Agape Centro Ecumenico.
Associazione di Tutti I Popoli [All People's Association] (Milan, Italy).
Associazione Divulgratrice Donne Italiane, 1919.
Associazione Internazionale Madri Unite per la Pace, 1947.
Associazione per la Fraternita Fra I Popoli.
Azione Unitaria Mondiale, 1947.
Centre of International Co-ordination for Nonviolence, 1952-.
Centro di Orientamento Religioso [Center of Religious Orientation], 1952.
Centro di Perugia per la Nonviolenza.
Carlo Cetti, 1929.
Comiso International Peace Camp.
Comitato Internazionale Femminile per la Pace Permenete, 1914.
Congresso Di Roma per la Pace e Per 'Arbitrato Internazionale, May 12-16, 1889.
Cosimo.
Futura (Cultural Center for Peace, Disarmament and Environment) (Florence, Italy).
International Conference of Youth and Students for Disarmament, Peace and National Independence (Florence), 1964.
International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts (ISODARCO), University of Trento, University of Rome, 1970-.
International University of People's Institutions for Peace [Universita Internazionale delle Istituzioni dei Popoli per la Pace], 1993-.
Istituto di Ricerca per il Disarmo, lo Sviluppo e la Pace [Research Institute for Disarmament, Development and Peace] (Rome, Italy).
Italian Christian Workers Associations (Rome, Italy), 1983.
Edmondo Marcucci, 1940-1959.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Marcia della Pace [Italian peace march from Camucia to Cortona], March 18, 1962.

Gaetano Meale.
Movimento Federalista Europeo (Milan, Italy), 1943-.
Beniamino Pandolfi, 1895.
Pax et Amor Centre International de Recherches.
Giovanni Pioli.
Rassegna Internatzionale, 1919-1923.
Maria Bajocco Remiddi, 1947.
Servizio Civile Internazionale [Service Civil International].
Related Materials

See also Service Civil International in CDG-B Algeria, CDG-B Belgium, CDG-B France, CDG-B Germany [Internationaler Zivildienst - Deutscher Zweig], CDG-B India, CDG-B Luxembourg, and CDG-B Switzerland. See also International Voluntary Service [CDG-B Austria (Internationaler Zivildienst), CDG-B Great Britain, CDG-B Sweden (Internationella Abetslag), and DG 148 (Service Civil International)].

Societa Editrice Di Novissima (Rome, Italy), circa 1930s.
Societa Internazionale per la Pace, 1896-1913.
Societa Italiana per la Organizazione Internazionaler [Italian Society for an International Organization], 1947-1949.
Unione Generale Insegnanti Italiani Comitato Lombardo (Milan, Italy), 1918.
Mario Vitti.
War Resisters' International.
Related Materials
  1. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Argentina)
  2. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Great Britain)
  3. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Israel)
  4. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Japan)
  5. War Resisters' International (CDG-B Mexico)
  6. Algemene Nederlandse Vredes-Actie [War Resisters' International] (CDG-B Netherlands)
  7. Folkereisning Mot Krig, Norsk Avdeling WRI [War Resisters' International] (CDG-B Norway)
Welt-Liga der Menshenfreunde [World League of the Friends of Mankind].
World Conscience Society (Rome, Italy), 1913.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains one pamphlet written by the United Nations Association of Jamaica in support of the World Peace Referendum. This pamphlet was sent to peace organizations and workers around the world (e.g. members of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt) asking them to unite their efforts for the common goal of world peace.

United Nations Association of Jamaica.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1

Arrangement

Box 1: Collective Box [Jamaica, Japan (Aki - Fujii)] - This box contains letters, bulletins, booklets, pamphlets, poems, newspaper clippings, and magazines from the years 1905 to 1987. Most items in this box are in English, with several in Japanese. These materials focus on Japan's role in international relations before and after World War II, the aftermath of the atomic bombings on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, and anti-nuclear movements within Japan. One notable item is a 1965 declaration by the Japan Fellowship of Reconciliation (Yuwa Kai), "Appeal to American Citizens on Vietnam War." This box also contains one folder about Jamaica.

Box 2: Collective Box (Group Seikatsusha through Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum) - This box contains pamphlets, letters, booklets, and postcards from the years 1951 to 1986. Most items in this box are written in English, with several in Japanese. Contents include responses to the 1945 bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasaki through city monuments, peace organization efforts, and visual art.

Box 3: Hiroshima/Nagasaki (about), 1945-1965 - This box includes booklets, flyers, postcards, songs, poetry, magazines, and newspaper articles from the years 1945 to 1965. These items are written in Japanese and English. This box contains useful visual and artistic resources regarding the environmental, health, and political impacts of atomic bomb on cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as well as medical symptoms post-radiation. This box is one of three boxes about Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Box 4: Hiroshima/Nagasaki (about), 1966-1989 - This box contains essays, poetry, letters, reports, newspaper articles, and books about the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from the years 1966 to 1989. These items are written in Japanese and English. These materials largely center around the anti-nuclear and anti-war themes, the reconstruction of the cities after the 1945 bombings, and visits of international leaders to Japan after World War II. Multiple folders contain first-hand testimonies from Hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors) in the form of essays, poetry, and comics.

Box 5: Hiroshima/Nagasaki (about), 1990- - This box contains emails, comics, booklets, newspaper clippings, and articles about the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from the years 1990-2006. These items are written in Japanese and English. Many of these materials involve anti-war and anti-nuclear efforts, as well as memorials for those lost in the 1945 atomic bombings.

Box 6: Collective Box (Hiroshima Peace Society through LoN Association of Japan 1919-1931) - This box contains postcards, newspaper clippings, city announcements, booklets, letters, flyers, and annual reports from peace organizations spanning the years 1919 to 2007. These items are written in Japanese and English. These materials include testimonies of Hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors), information on the goals and achievements of peace and anti-nuclear organizations in Japan, and post-World War II international messages of peace from Japan. Notable documents include three folders on the League of Nations Association of Japan (materials 1919-1931) and multiple folders on the impact of potential nuclear war on the people and politics of Korea.

Box 7: Japan Congress Against A- and H- Bombs Collected Records - This box contains letters, conference invitations and proceedings, member lists, and reports from the Japan Congress Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (Gensuikin) from the years 1965 to 1989. These items are written in English. These materials refer to the annual Atomic Bomb Disaster Anniversary Conference held in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the organization.

Box 8: Collective Box (Japan Council Against A- and H- Bombs) - This box contains reports, newsletters, booklets, and letters from the Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs from the years 1987 to the present. These items are written in English, with the exception of one essay in German. These materials center around anti-nuclear, anti-war, and peace themes. Notable documents in this box include materials for discussion and proceedings from the first six commissions of the Japan Council Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs and later world conferences.

Box 9: Collective Box (National Religious Mass Meeting through R) - This box contains letters, booklets, flyers, press releases, and newsletters from the years 1929 to 2003. These items are written in English. These materials include information on the reconstruction of Japanese cities after atomic bombings, the impacts of United States military bases and violence on Japan, testimonies from atomic bomb survivors, and anti-nuclear peace efforts from Buddhist and other groups across Japan.

Box 10: Kagawa, Toyohiko (Correspondence, Clippings, Literature, Writings of) - This box contains pamphlets, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, letters, and speeches from the years 1927 to 1958. These items are written in Japanese and English. These materials include biographical information, correspondence, writings by Kagawa, literature about Kagawa, and several issues of the periodical "Friends of Jesus."

Box 11: Kazuaki Kita (books about his ceramics) - This box contains five books with images and descriptions of Kazuaki Kita's ceramics from the years 1985 to 1994. These items are written in Japanese and English.

Box 12: Kurihara, Sadako (essays by, poetry by) - This box contains four books and one pamphlet of the essays and poetry of Sadako Kurihara, from the years 1946 to 1979. These items are written in Japanese and English. Kurihara's writings center around anti-war themes, anti-nuclear themes, peace education, and the experiences of Hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors).

Box 13: Collective Box (Mayors for Peace through National Council for Peace and Against Nuclear Weapons, 1962) - This box contains letters, booklets, poetry, and pamphlets from the years 1962 to 2010. These items are written in Japanese and English. These materials center around anti-nuclear and peace efforts in Japan in the later half of the 20th century, in response to the atomic bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Many of these documents also seem to be contextualized within the Vietnam War and Cold War. One notable document includes a 1978 hand-written newspaper report on current peace protests by the National Committee of the Students Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs in Osaka.

Box 14: Collective Box (Seto, Nanako through World Peace Society) - This box contains booklets, poetry, pamphlets, newspaper articles, organization constitutions, and postcards from the years 1915 to 2015. Most of these items are written in English, with several in Japanese and German. One notable document is a brief biography of Manji Kato (1855-1932) written in 1982 with information about the 1880s Japanese peace movement. Another notable document in this box is the sheet music for the first movement of a symphony by Hisatada Otaka in honor of world peace (Society for the Construction of the Bell Tower of Peace, 1949).

Box 15: Tenri Hommichi (religious organization) - This box contains booklets and letters regarding Tenri Hommichi from the years 1950 to 1951. These items are written in Japanese and English. These materials center around the religious messages of the organization, biographies of its founder (Miki Nakayama), and the organization's history.

Box 16: World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bomb (A- and H-Bomb), Conferences 1955-1996 - This box includes newsletters, newspaper clippings, letters, and conference proceedings, reports, and programs from the World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs. These items are written in English and span the years 1955 to 1996. Information about this organization can also be found in the succeeding box World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs Collected Records.

Box 17: World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs Collected Records - This box includes invitations, letters, booklets, conference programs, and speeches from the World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs. These items are written in English and span the years 1997 to 2009. Information about this conference can also be found in the previous box (World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (A- and H-Bomb), Conferences 1955-1996).

Box 18: World Friendship Center - This box largely holds correspondence, but also contains reports, newspaper clippings, and meeting minutes from the years 1965 to 1970. These items are written in English. Many of these materials are focused around the American Committee of the World Friendship Center (WFC/AC) and discuss international relations for peace and diplomacy in the late 20th century.

Box 19: Collective Box (books: UNESCO Bulletin 1:1-30 (1951-1952), Biography of Kijuro Shidehara, Unknown]) - This box contains three books in Japanese, including a biography of Kijuro Shidehara (Japanese diplomat and prime minister, 1945-1946), the prospectus of the Shidehara Peace Foundation, an UNESCO bulletin 1:1-30 (1951-1952), and a book by Asahina Sōgen (1955).

Box 20: Miscellaneous Peace Material - This box contains miscellaneous booklets, newsletters, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings from the years 1900 to 2009. Some documents in this box are undated. These items are written in Japanese and English. These materials largely center around peace organizations in Japan, international relations, and international conflict after 1945. One notable document is a pamphlet published circa 1968 from the grassroots organization Beheiren (Peace for Vietnam Committee), entitled "A Message to American Soldiers: Japanese Views on Vietnam."

Scope and Contents

This CDG-B contains 20 boxes. Eleven of these boxes contain items relating to one organization or person. Nine boxes are "collective boxes," containing an array of documentation separated into folders grouped by organization or person. This material includes items relating to Japan's role in international relations, the health and environmental impact of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima, and anti-nuclear and anti-war efforts across Japan. These letters, pamphlets, booklets, petitions, annual reports, postcards, and flyers span the years 1900 to present. The majority of these items are from the 1940s and 1950s. Many of these items are written in English and Japanese, though several are in German and Esperanto(?). Large amounts of materials in this collection represent groups located within Japan and include the writings of Toyohiko Kagawa, Kazuaki Kita, and Sadako Kurihara, as well as the World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (by Gensuikyo) and the Japan Congress Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (Gensuikin).

Yukio Aki.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one letter.

Alice Herz Peace Fund.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one letter.

America-Japan Society, 1926-1931.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains eight bulletins.

American Peace Society of Japan, 1911-1923.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains seven booklets (bulletins and essays) and two newspaper articles.

Anti-Nuclear Cartoon Exhibit - Tokyo, 1987.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one tri-fold pamphlet, Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains mention of SANE.

Larry Armstrong.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one poem in Japanese and English.

Association for the Defense of the Peace Constitution of Japan, 1953.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains 1953 resolution and declaration.

Association of Theatre People in Japan Appealing for World Peace, 1982.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one booklet in English, Japanese, German, French, Russian, and Chinese (?) about anti-nuclear efforts.

Atomic Bomb Materials Preservation Society.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one booklet on environmental and health damages of Hiroshima bombing.

Gilbert Bowles.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one booklet on history of Japanese peace movement (1944), one speech (?), one letter, one obituary (1960).

Christian Peace Movement in Japan.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
General

Some materials may be fragile.

Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains two newspaper clippings, three booklets (discussing Japan-US relations, immigration, assimilation), one postcard, three newspaper pages, clippings from three issues of "The Christian Graphic" (1932, 1933).

Citizens' Group to Convey Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - "Give Me Water", 1972.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one letter, one booklet of testimonies ("Give Me Water").

Committee for English Publication of "Vietnam -- A Voice from the Villages", 1968.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one booklet on Viet Cong, donation form, letter, report and accompanying description on deportation of Vietnamese students from Japan.

Committee for "No More Air Raids! No More Wars!".
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1
Scope and Contents

Part of Collective Box: Jamaica-Japan (Aki-Fujii). Contains one booklet on Tokyo air raids (March 10, 1945).

Committee of Hiroshima Conference (missing), 1970.
Box CDG-B Japan, Jamaica: 1