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Other OSS Records Pertaining to Safehaven Operations and Related Matters

COI/OSS Central Files 1942-1946 (Entry 92)

Boxes 1-640
1-3  Axis in Argentina June 1943

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 19 Intelligence topics for US agents in Switzerland February 1942
  22 Nazis in Agentina
  27 Situation Report-Argentina January 1942
4 21 Report on Franz von Papen, German Ambassador to Turkey, February 1942
  33 Government and Politics-Turkey March 1942
  52 Situation Report-Vichy France, Petain January 1942
5 2 Situation Reports-Greece, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria March 1942
  32 Nazi Party Organization and Structure February 1942
6 67 Profiles of Vichy Government Officials March 1942
7 2 Situation Report-Germany March 1942
  8 Germans in Lisbon, Portugal March 1942
  30 German invasion of Sweden rumor March 1942
  37 Nazi Officials Profiles by Baron Putlitz March 1942
8 66 German industry and labor shortage April 1942
9 63 Situation Report-France and Morocco under Vichy January 1942
  73 United States Employees Blacklist March 1942
  86 SIS Report on Spain March 1942
10 70 Situation Report-Czechoslovakia March 1942
11 57 United Kingdom/United States Relations with Turkey April 1942
12 8 South America-German influence in Government and Police Nov. 1942
  39 Report on Chetnik Forces, General Mihajlovic 1943-1944
13 33 German intelligence system May 1942
  49 Visit to German concentration camp at Compiegne, France by Cuban Consul March 1942
  53 Nazis in Colombia April 1942
  83 Nazi Party and Anti-Semetism April 1942
  88 Situation Report-Norway April 1942
19 10-11 Situation Reports-European countries October 1944
20 9 Situation Report-France February 1942
  19 Reports on Yugoslavia and General Mihajlovich activities April 1942
  54 Pro Axis Political parties in Chile April 1942
  55 Yugoslavia, Mihalovich Campaigns April 1942
  67 Turkish Affairs April 1942
  76 Situation Report-South America April 1942
  87 Croatian Affairs April 1942
  95 Axis Finances, Deutsche Bank March 1944
21 11 Report on Swedish production of ships for Germany March 1942
  69 Unsigned carbon of a draft one-page inquiry to the Department of  Justice concerning possible value of expanding existing New York investigation of Axis penetration of companies operating in the United States April 1942
26 23 Production in Germany and Switzerland for the war effort May 1942 location 190/5/26/06
39 30 Booklet "Hitler and I.G. Farben Control of US Industries" by John Boylan and Rex Stout 1942
  35 Yugoslavia, Croatian and Ustashi Recruits for German Units
  43 Forced Labor (mostly reports in French) 1942-1943
51 10 (part 10) Reaction of Swiss to UN warning not to harbor war criminals
  52 16(part 16) Transfer of currency/Assecurazioni from Iberian Peninsula to Switzerland 1944 20(part 20) Refugees from Alsace to Switzerland
53 76 Extracts from personal letter from a Swiss banker to a friend in the United States (April 21, 1942)
54 6 Hungarian atrocities in the Bachka May 1942
  18 The Balkan Situation April 1942
55 35 Yugoslavia-Axis Military Atrocities (June 1942)
59 59 Gestapo Methods in Rumania (June 1942)
  65 German Financial Policy for Europe (report broken down into Occupied and dominated countries; co-belligerents, and neutrals) 7pp. (April 1942)
60 34 Arthur J. Goldberg memos and European Labor Research reports, ca. 210 pp. October 24-December 22, 1942
  37 European Labor Research Report June 15-July 15, 1943
62 4 D Report 807: Nervousness in Sweden over possibility of German invasion
  5 D Report 852: Registration of Jewish property in Hungary 1944
  6 D Report 859: Foreign Workers in Germany
  10 D Report 924: German persecution in Lithuania
  14 D Report 979: Jews in Belgium
  14 D Report 981: Benedictines and Cistercians save Hungarian Jews
63 15 Memos regarding dangerous agents in Switzerland--Andre Rostin and Freiherr von Bibra 3pp (June 5 and July 3, 1942)
  17 Swedish and Finnish positions on Germany (1942)
66 52 Declaration of the General Jewish Workers Union of Poland
68 26 Need for Swiss Passports (June 1942)
  33 OSS Relations with Board of Economic Warfare (August 1942) loc: 190/5/27/05
83 48 Cooperation between OSS and State Department June 1942
84 5 Relations between OSS and Board of Economic Warfare June 1942
  33 Labor Conditions in Germany June 1942
93 5 Report on Swiss Opinion during 1941-1942, 27pp. broken down into sections on aspects of neutrality, Switzerland's humanitarian task, support for the Allied cause, criticism of the Allies, reactions toward the blockade, economic dependence on Germany, German penetration and influence, hatred and fear of Germany, the Russo-German war, home front shortages, the labor problem and increased home production, and faith in the maintenance of Swiss national integrity
  17 "Laval's Bank" (Banque National Pour Le Commerce et L'Industrie) April 1943
94 1 Function of Joint Intelligence Committee June 1942
99 3 European Labor Research Records-Czechoslovakia and Germany September 1942
  9 Greece-Conditions April 1942
  13 German Activities in Spain July 1942
  44 Greek Government Conditions July 1942
100 41 Notes on German Economic and Industrial Penetration in France May 1942
101 8 President Roosevelt's Statement regarding OSS Mission, Functions, and Purpose June 1942
22-24   OSS Office in Bern, Switzerland-Operations, Allen Dulles and his instructions, operations, letters of introduction to prominent Europeans, exile groups to be contacted, agent instructions, cover names 1942-1943
102 4 Visit of Hjalmar Schacht to Switzerland, July 1942
103 11 Reports on Madrid, Spain, and Lisbon, Portugal July 1942
  55 Latin American Intelligence Connection July 1942
  56 Axis Infiltration of South American Countries July 1942
110 18 Dr. Robert Ley, Nazi Labor Minister July 1942
  19 OSS Agents in Switzerland July 1942
  51 Portugal-Mineral Resources August 1942
111 20 German plan for Switzerland invasion August 1942
113 2 German Occupied France 1942
  32 Jewish Relief Funds October 1942
  78 German Labor Conditions June 1942
115 6 Foreign Workers in Germany August 1942
  7 Life in Occupied Warsaw, Poland August 1942
  8 Life in Bulgaria August 1942
  10 Yugoslavia-Nazi Collaborationists August 1942
  41 Economic Conditions in Sweden March 1942
  59 Swiss Military Attache in Washington, DC August 1942
  67 Proposal, not warmly received, to have the OSS infiltrate the Swiss Press August 1942
  70 Swiss Neutrality, 15pp. a report broken into section on opinion and morale, attitude of the government, agricultural policy, military preparations, German influence in Switzerland, and German control of Swiss economy, August 1942
  72 Yugoslavia, Croatia vs. Serbia rivalry August 1942
116 32 Brief observations on Germany and Switzerland reported to Allen Dulles by a source, August 1942
117 23 Portugal and Spain August 1942
118 13 Report on German War Economy October 1942
  24 Sweden and the war effort August 1942
  34-35 Department of Justice-Economic Warfare Unit Reports, Axis Industrial Links, French Chemical Firms, Diamond Smuggling Routes, I.G. Farben, Agfa Film and Fiber, Axis Transport Ties (August 1942)
119 1 Department of Justice, Board of Economic Warfare Reports, Transport Systems in Europe, Germany, Balkans (April 1943)
  16 Report from Poland on German Concentration Camp at Auschwitz Sept. 1942
  16 Labor Unrest in Europe September 1942
  17 European Labor Unrest August 1942
  18-19 Norway, Economy and Public Health August 1942
  20 Economic Conditions Germany and Denmark August 1942
121 10 Foreign Labor in Germany November 1942
  15 State Department-Blocked Nationals List-Supplement 1 of August 28, 1942, to Revision III of August 10, 1943, 23pp
  38 Life in Vichy France September 1942
122 7 Report from a Swiss source on various activities relating to Germany, Italy, and Japan, September 1942
  24 Report on Rome, Italy and Madrid, Spain, August 1942
  45 Dutch Workers in Germany September 1942
  51 Interviews with persons arriving in New York from Greece, Turkey, and Spain August 1942
  63 Situation Report-Czechoslovakia November 1942
  79 Situation Report-Spain September 1943
123 11 Agent reports from German occupied Europe, including information on foreign laborers and Jews, September 1942
125 38 Axis labor supply in Europe August 1942
  60 Situation Report-Portugeuse attitudes on War August 1942
126 1 Portuguese and Spanish Wolfram for Germany Sept. 1942
128 25 Spain and Germany Trade September 1942
  41 Yugoslavia Politics September 1942
129 25 Report on German Secret Police, Gestapo, Methods and Operations Sept. 1942
  37 Situation Report-Yugoslavia September 1942
  48 Forced Labor in France September 1942
  64 War Effects on Germany Economy March 1942
  65 German Control of subject nations economies March 1942
130 1 Biographies of German diplomats, Nazi leaders, Police, and military personnel, by Allen Dulles September 1942
  2 Situation Report-Yugoslavia and Italian Occupation September 1942
131 45 German punitive actions in the Netherlands September 1942
132 4 Labor in France 1942
133 16 Berlin, Germany Life, Morale, Treatment of Jews October 1942
  17 Situation Report-Turkey, Politics, Neutrality October 1942
  21 United States Agencies, Foreign Affairs October 1942
  34 Labor status in German-occupied Europe December 1942
  42 Refugees in Forced labor camps in French North Africa
  45 YMCA Report on Jewish Refugees in French Camps August 1942
  48 German Shifts of European Industry October 1942
  60 Pierre Laval and French funds in the United States October 1942 loc: 190/5/28/07
134 29 Situation Report-Austria October 1942
  38 OSS and SI in Spain April 1943
135 7 Situation Report-Slovena under Italian military rule October 1942
14   Situation Report- Austria, European labor November 1942
  16 Axis, OBI Croatia October 1942
136 10 Interview, United States Ambassador to Turkey Sept. 1943
137 2 French labor October 1942
  12 Spanish economy October 1942
  36 Swiss rationing system October 1942
  48-53 Personalty and Biographical sketches of prominent German leaders, military, Nazi Party, Diplomatic, press, and industral, male and female, Germans in Denmark, 1942-1943
138 3 Situation Reports-Berlin, Germany Jews October 1942
  4 French Union leaders collaborating with Germany October 1942
  26 Report on Bulgaria October 1942
  44 French labor in Germany October 1942
139 3 Francis H. Taylor, Director of Metropolitan Museum to visit Spain October- Decmber 1942
  44 Professor Curtis to visit Switzerland October 1942
140 23 Situation Report- Antwerp and Brussels, Belgium October 1942
  33 Evaluation of Axis and Allied Propaganda in Sweden November 1942
  73 Axis agents in Latin America January 1943
  74 Purchase of Turkish minerals January 1943
  81 United Kingdom Censorship operations October 1942
  91 Situation Report-Norway 1942
141 18 Yugoslavia Cabinet Meeting Notes October 1942
  24 Intelligence needed for Swiss sources on German electric power supplies and German railroad equipment October 1942
  28 Spanish Political Scene 1942
  34 List of Argentine and Chile Firms dealing with the Axis October 1942
  50 United States Position on economic and political warfare for Latin America October 1942
142 19 Censorship information policies related to information about Axis Nations Insurance Contracts October 1942
  33 Fritz Sauckel, German Labor Commissar January 1943
  39 German approval of Swiss import-export trade with United States and United Kingdom September-October 1942
  69 Sandoz Chemical Company, New York and Switzerland No I.G. Farben tie November 1942
  81 French labor in Lyon November 1942
146 3-4 Yugoslavia October 1942
  40 Polish labor and resistance November 1942
  41 OSS/SI publications on Foreign Labor moral and psychological attitudes in occupied areas February 1943
  43 Turkey-Government Attitudes on the War November 1942
  51 Polish labor and resistance May 1942
147 39 Swedish Steel Company, Trading with Germany has New York office Nov. 1942
148 13 Request from Alien Property Custodian for continuing information from the OSS 1942
156 11-12 European Labor Situation November 1942
  15 European labor 1942
  25 Swedish war attitude November 1942
  68 Sweden Report, by United States Minister, November 1942
157 1-8 POW interrogations 1943
158 1-3 POW interrogations 1944
159 3 German Agent nets in South America 1945
166 10 Report on Spanish and Portuguese mineral exports 1944
  11 Reports on labor attitudes in Germany, France, Belgium 1942
  13 Belgian labor 1942
  20 Axis Atrocities in Yugoslavia 1942
  47 Report on Spain 1943
167 41 Yugoslavia reports by Hanson Baldwin 1942
168 38 Report from unoccupied France 1942
  57 Thomas McKittrick, Bank for International Settlements, Switzerland, provides information about Germany and Switzerland November 1942-April 1943
169 11 Yugoslavia situation report 1942
  41 Swiss purchase of Greek and Italian merchant vessels 1942
  44-45 Situation Report Czechoslovakia 1942
  48 OSS in Argentina 1942
171 12 Life and resistance in Belgium and France 1942
172 12 Jews in Berlin, Germany 1942
  38 State Department cable concerning possible advantages of not fully enforcing all of the provisions of the US Trading With Enemy Act 1942
173 4 Situation Reports Yugoslavia 1942
  46 OSS lack of interest in using a Hotel, Ascona, Switzerland, for a base of operations. Hotel owned by two German refugees 1942-1943
174 8 Questions, but no responses, to questions raised by the British relating to Swiss financial dealings with Germany 1942
  11 Nazi labor policies in occupied Europe 1942
  20 OSS liaison with US Army G-2/Federal Bureau of Investigation 1942
  31 Situation Report-Yugoslavia 1942
  55 OSS/SI Organization, Branch functions, proposals 1942
  62 Meeting, minutes of Foreign Intelligence Group, World wide review of industries, trade with Axis nations 1944
175 1 United States Military Mission to Yugoslavia meets with Tito (Note 39) 1944
  7 Situation Report-Turkey 1942
  16 Chilean diplomats in Bern, Switzerland 1942
  22 Situation Report-Greece 1942
176 19 German troops and materials move through Sweden to Finland 1942
  38 Situation Report-Czechoslovakia 1942
  55 Situation Report-Spain 1942
178 9 Yugoslavia 1943
  38-39 Situation Reports-Yugoslavia 1941-1942
179 50 OSS Operations in Spain 1942
180 23 Finland, labor activities 1942
  29 Situation Report-Yugoslavaia 1942
181 29-30 Situation Reports-Greece 1942
  37 Rumania 1942
  56 United States Foreign Service and Diplomatic Lists; Axis Diplomatic List 1942
182 52 German plans to attack Turkey 1942
183 11 Axis diplomats in Turkey 1943
184 4 Johannes Pringsheim, Czech exile in Bern, Switzerland 1942-1943
  18 Situation Report-Yugoslavia December 1942
  185-187 OSS Functions, Role, Organization, Operations, etc. 1942-1945 loc: 190/5/30/01
188 5 List of German agents in European countries Dec. 1942
190 26 Situation Report-Yugoslavia June 1942
  42 Croatia, Ustashi Militia November 1943
  47 Report on Axis industrial activities September 1942
  49 Situation Report-Spain December 1942
  56 Reports from Czechoslovakia December 1942
191 5 Life in occupied Albania 1943
  10 Situation Report-Yugoslavia-Internal Warfare Dec. 1942
193 29 Robert Grimm, member of Swiss Parliament and labor official, possible source, February 1943
194 5 German news contained in an article in the Volksrecht, published in Zurich, Switzerland in August 1942
  17-18 Belgium Economy January 1943
  29 Micha Perez, Geneva, Switzerland, OSS Contact December 1942
  38 German bank debts to Rumania December 1942
  49 Labor and production in Czechoslovakia December 1942
  53 Yugoslavia, Situation Report-Economic and Military December 1942
  8 Turkish Chrome October 1943
  12 Situation Report-Vichy France Economy October 1943
  13 Poland, Nazi labor policies October 1943
  14 Switzerland, Labor, Political, Economic Conditions. a 14-pp report published December 1942
  18 Nazi Atrocities Study 1942
  41 List of German consuls and agents, Spain January 1943
  57 Dutch labor attitudes and Germans December 1942
196 42 Report of Spanish Foreign Minister to Vatican, Pope, Diplomatic visits, politics September 1942
198 6 Situation Report-Spanish Government, Political, Personalities, General Franco December 1942
  7 Himmler visits Rome, Italy, Mussolini refuses to Transfer Balkan Jews to Germany December 1942
  31 Portuguese Report  January 1943
  1-10 Allied Labor News Bulletins, World Wide Labor Events, A. Goldberg 1943-1945
213 30 Report-Change in Germany toward labor January 1943
  31 Report-Labor conditions in France January 1943
  78 Chile-State Department Reports January 1943
214 22 German workers January 1943
  31 Sweden's attitude toward Finland January 1943
217 16 Polish labor movement October 1942
  23-24 Switzerland-OSS objectives 1943
  28 Economic and political situation in Sudetenland and Czechoslovakia Jan. 1943
218 20 Attitudes of the Spanish population January 1943
  36 Swiss contacts connected to the Bally Shoe Fabrik.  Information concerning the son of the company manager who had been a Captain in the Swiss antiaircraft artillery whose unit, based in Basel, would shoot down German aircraft in Swiss airspace but not British aircraft January 1943
  37 Medical situation in Switzerland January 1943
  63 Conditions in Belgium December 1942
  87 Violations of Spanish neutrality January 1943
220 33 Croatia: The Government and The People. A Report January 1943
  49 The Norwegian Labor Movement January 1943
221 15 Situation in Hungary January 1943
  24 Chemical warfare industry in Czechoslovakia February 1943
222 2 English-Swedish Accord on Oil (oil quotas, etc) January 1943
  14-15 Reports on Slovenia January 1943
  30 Utilization of Latin-American Nationals in German Industries January 1942
  224 8-9  Conditions in Germany February 1943
  13 Yugoslavia-A Press report of partisan warfare in Swiss Newspaper Dec. 1942
  14 A Report on Croatia and Rumania (In German) Jan. 1943
225 4 German-Jewish Refugees in the Philippines: A List of Persons May 1943
233 8 Raw Cotton of Spain and Blockade of January 1943
  9 Presupposed plans for an American invasion of Spain and Portugal January 1943
  15 German civilians in Norway February 1943
234 1 Economic and Political Situation in Europe, Gemany's Artificial Fibre Industry May 1943
239 7 Robert Bratschi, Swiss railway union official, Possible OSS Contact, Bern, Switzerland 1942-1943
  52 Growth of Anti-Nazi Attitudes, Scandinavia February 1942
  60 Yugoslavia, German Occupation rules for, February 1943
240 3 Board of Economic Warfare, Spanish Oil Controls February 1943
  19 Report-Economy, General Franco Speech May 1943
  20 Situation Report-Hungary January 1943
  49 Leon, Nemahoff, Central Europe; Swiss reports on increasing German petroleum supplies February 1943
241 9 Yugoslavia, German minority groups in Croatia and Nazi Influence February 1943
  15 Lists of Persons executed by Germany in Europe for Criminal and Treasonous crimes, July 1944
  53 Visit by Dr. Schwartz of Jewish Joint Distribution Group, Lisbon, Portugal, to United States February 1943
242 6 Switzerland, G. Guanella, Zurich, Inventor of Phone Scramblers, OSS Interest February 1943
  13 Yugoslavia, Underground press reports on Axis atrocities in Slovenia Feb. 1943
  25 Spain, General Franco's foreign policy, relations with Portugal, fear of Axis invasion February 1943
243 10 Political attitudes and living conditions in Vichy France November 1942
  18 Inventory of the files of Lugui Podesta, Italian Institute of Exchange, New York, held by US Treasury February 1943
  35 Rumania, Radu Lecca, Gestapo Agent, sells protection against German actions to Jews February 1943
  37 Report on land escape routes from France for Refugees February 1943
244 15 Secret German radio in Zurich, Switzerland February 1943
245 11 State Department, Annex B, Role of OSS Attaches in United States Embassies in neutral nations February 1943
  14 Czechoslovakia, War Criminals February 1943
  23 German press reports on activities in Spain of United States Ambassador Carlton Hayes and United Kingdom Ambassador Sir Samuel Hoare February 1943
  33 Information about Foreign Funds Control officials and the United States Treasury Department Conference on Economic Plans March 1943
  49 Situation Report-Eire, Pro-Nazi Attitudes, Neutrality Feb. 1943 loc: 190/5/31/02
246 42 Yugoslavia Situation February 1943
  49 Conditions in Western Europe from a Belgian source, February 1943
  51 Interview with Gerald Lauck on his travels in Europe February 1943
  54 German press comments on United States Attaches Activities in Spain Feb. 1943
247 9 Situation Report-Norway under German Occupation Rule February 1943
  22 Collecting War Crimes Evidence February 1943
  33 Spain, Politics and the Falange Party March 1943
248 42 Spain, Falangist Party, Leaders and Staff March 1943
250 3 United States Petroleum exports to Spain and Board of Economic Warfare Policies-Criticism of, March 1943
  4 Situation Report Madrid, Spain Attitudes on War Mar. 1943
252 27 Belgium and France, Labor Resistance March 1943
  36 Report on German passports granted Jews who were cooperative to Nazis; rumors of German manufacture of counterfeit Swiss Marks March 1943
  46 Report on Bayer Pharmacy Company, South Africa March 1943
  53 Estonia, Situation Report, German occupation March 1943
  70 Switzerland, Wilhelm Hogner, Zurich, Possible OSS Contact regarding German Social Democrats,  March 1943
253 14 Situation Report-Lithuania under German Occupation March 1943
  45 Bulgaria, State Department Report March 1943
255 1-3 OSS Intelligence Liaison Office Memos on Intelligence  items of  interest to State Department and United States Military, Enemy activity in Latin America, locations and identities of German war criminals, etc. ca. 60 pp. 1944-1946
  18 Germany, Use of foreign labor March 1943
  19 Swedish overseas shipping curtailed March 1943
  36 Belgian Red Cross, Count Kerchase, suspected German agent, Ore Smuggling to Germany October 1943
256 33 France, recruiting labor for Germany March 1943
  51 Yugoslavia, Situation Report, Balkan news items, German occupation March 1943
  54 Portugal, German propaganda actions March 1943
257 10 Philippine Islands, List of German Jewish refugees April 1943 loc: 190/5/31/04
258 9 Germany, Compulsory labor service March 1943
  11 Nicol Smith, OSS Undercover agent in Vichy France, Reports on Occupied France March 1943
259 2 State Department Cables, 1943-1944, covering events in Europe June 1945
  29 Belgium-Situation Report March 1943
260 4 Situation Report-Sweden March 1943
  5 Yugoslavia, German and Italian Military Tribunals, Executions 1942-1943
  15 Swiss Machine Tool Industry and European Economy March 1943
  45 Bulgaria, Situation Report on Politics and Personalities April 1943
261 6 Italian Police and Intelligence Systems March 1943
262 8 Situation Report-Spain November 1942
  22 Volkswagen Auto Factory, Fallersleben, Germany, information concerning military production and use of 34,000 laborers March-June 1943
  27 German Plan for invasion of Spain 1943-1945
  29 Spain, United States Labor Unions and Petroleum Shipments 1943-1945
  31 Belgium and Holland, Lists of pro Nazi Citizens, and Persons Executed by Germans August 1943
  32 Industrial Diamond Trade, Lisbon, Portugal March 1943
263 8 Germany, labor unrest June 1943
  9 The Netherlands, labor unrest June 1943
  17 Situation Report-Portugal March 1943
  19 Czechoslovakia, Intelligence Reports, Jewish Lives: Food Supplies, Prague Situation Report May 1943
  23 Diamond Smuggling March 1943
  56 Brazil, Spanish Falangists February 1943
267 13 Situation Report-Hungary, War Attitudes March 1943
  15 Yugoslavia, Chetniks vs. Partisans March 1943
  17 Sweden, United States Government questions on German Military traffic, transit to Norway March 1943
269 13 Foreign Banks, Chungking, China April 1943
  15 Czechoslovakia, list of war criminals March 1943
  26 Algiers, Count M. De Bergendal on Vichy concentration camps January 1943
  35 Spain, no German invasion seen April 1943
  42 Myron C. Taylor, United States Representative to the Vatican April 1943 location 190/5/31/06
270 1 Spain, Industrial Intelligence April 1943
  37 Letter received from Zurich, Switzerland, concerning Bavarian Anti-Nazis April 1945
  43 Execution of anti-nazi students, Munich, Germany March 1943
  51 Plans, German invasion of Spain, Allied Invasion April 1943
271 13 Bermuda UN Conference (Note 40) on Anti-Nazi Refugees 2 pp. April 1943
  18 Turkey, Situation Report, Attitudes on War April 1943
  24 Business firms in North Africa April 1943
  31 Report on status of Jewish refugees in Middle East ca. 60 pp.1942
  39 Germany, Personality studies on Nazi Diplomatic, Military Leaders, Plots and Intrigues; mostly relating to Hans von Moltke, German Ambassador to Spain and Hans von Schelicha, First Secretary of the German Embassy in Warsaw, Poland. ca. 60 pp. April 1943
272 10 The Netherlands, Nazis and Labor April 1943
  16 Estonia and Latvia April 1943
  17 Czech and Rumanian Armament Industries April 1943
  34 Germany, living conditions April 1943
  39 France, Labor attitudes April 1943
  40 France, German Labor conscription April 1943
  41 Austria, Economic Conditions April 1943
  47 Yugoslavia April 1943
273 17 OSS Report on Operations in Spain and Portugal April 1943
274 2 United States Army Air Force Target list of Spanish industries March 1943
  37 Portugal, German counter intelligence moves against United States Agents March 1943
  57 Poland, OSS Reports on USSR Execution of Polish Officers, German discovery of graves at Smolensk, USSR refusal to divulge information on Polish POWS 1940-1942, April 1943
275 29 Spain, Report Resistance to a German Invasion April 1942
276 6 Spain, Resistance to German invasion March 1943
277 5 Spanish-French border traffic March 1943
279 7-9 Belgium, Politics, Deportations, etc. April 1943
  25 Rumania, Social and economic conditions April 1943
  28 Germany, labor mobilization April 1943
  32 Poland, Jews and Nazi Decrees April 1943
  40 Germany, foreign labor in armament industry April 1943
283 42 Portugal, smuggling wolfram for United States April 1943
286 19 Yugoslavia, living conditions 1943
288 4 Belgium, Situation Report, German Occupation 1943
289 14 Germany, possible attack on Turkey 1943
  18 Germany, foreign labor 1943
290 6 Yugoslavia, Italian-Chetnik and Anti Allied Actions 1943
300 1-16 Yugoslavia, Collapse of the Government, Ethnic divisions 1943
  23 Yugoslavia, Situation Report, Italian, German occupied areas 1943
  28 Viktor L. Von Tohotky, German POW, interrogation results, conditions in Germany, travel documents, Polish executions at Smolensk 1943
301 16 Klaussen, Employed at the Credit Suisse. 1 p.  May 1943
  17 Labor and Economic situation in Belgium. 1 p. May 1943
  22 Repatriation of Italian and Hungarian workers by Germany. 1p. May 1943
  30 Conditions in Albania. 5 pp. April 1943
  46 Interoffice memo concerning deserters from German Army in Switzerland, Sweden, etc. 1 p. May 1943
  48 Germany, Axis Labor, a Report. 3 pp. June 1943
  52 The Netherlands-Labor and Economic Conditions. 2 pp. May 1943
303 11 Intelligence Reports concerning German agents in Switzerland, rolling stock of the Germans, Swiss fortifications, German visitors to Switzerland, airplane lines, Croatia, and several other topics May 1943
  23 The situation in Spain (no, date, report in French)
304 26 "Diplomats at the Vatican" A German newspaper article translated May 1943
305 9 Memorandum-labor situation and resistance in Czechoslovakia May 1943
306 5 Conditions in Greece June 1943
  10 Financial and Political Notes concerning Bank Worms May 1943
  11 Conditions in Norway May 1943
307 9 Concentration Camp at Grini, Norway May 1943
  27 Chemical Industry in Hungary and Rumania May 1943
308 35 Poland October 29-December 4, 1942. A Report May 1943
  36 Attitude of the People in Albania May 1943
  48 Norway-Labor situation and resistance May 1943
  56 Conditions in Greece June 1943
309 17 Imco (German) bonds of 1930 sold to a Norwegian company in 1935, May 1943
311 5 Yugoslavia June 1943
  7 Conditions in South of France; a report from a refugee April 1943 location 190/5/32/05
312 29 Memorandum concerning cover for OSS personnel operation in neutral countries February 1943
313 37 Croatia-Italian Relations: A Report June 1943
316 60 Contacts in Switzerland June 1943
321 31 Germany-Conditions of foreign labor June 1943
  39 Reports about military, economic, political, matters in all parts of Europe January- February 1944
323 19 Axis propaganda in Argentina June 1943
325 31 Italy-Labor conditions and resistance June 1943
328 2 Hungary-Labor and economic conditions June 1943
  3 Germany-Transfer of Belgian labor to Germany June 1943
329 14 Sweden-Relations with Germany June 1943
  34 Relationships between OSS and State Department representatives June 1943
330 3 Gathering information on Nazi Criminal Acts July 1943
331 17 Reports on the situation in occupied Poland July 1943
  34 Information concerning I.G. Farben A.G. subsidiaries in Spain July 1943
335 2 Photocopies of dispatches from State Department in Madrid, Spain April-June 1942
335-337   Cables, reports, dispatches from State Department personnel from many areas July 1943-December 1945
339 1 Czechoslovakia-Labor situation and labor regulations July 1943 loc: 190/5/33/02
344 27 Yugoslavia, List and biographies of German agents and pro-Nazi individuals, political handbook, and Who's Who 1943
345 47 France, a Banking transaction under German occupation 1943 loc: 190/5/33/03
345-347   Polish Intelligence Reports 1943
347 25 Argentina, Situation Report-Politics, Attitidues 1943
348 6 Norway, Labor, economics 1943
  19 Poland, Situation Report-Nazi Concentration Camps, Gestapo Torture 1943
349 8 Germany, French labor 1943
  54 Argentina, Situation Report-Politics, labor 1943
350 2 Report on Latin American supplying Axis, Smuggling methods 1943
  25 France, labor resistance 1943
  26 Norway, Attitudes 1943
  31 Spain, Black Market 1943
  38 Spain, Attitudes 1943
351 14 OSS Civil Affairs Handbook on Greece 1943
  40 Hungarian-Croatian Conflicts 1943
352 17 Argentina, Pro Axis Attitudes 1943
  18 Portugal-Situation Report 1943
  26 France, Vichy and Anti Jewish laws 1943
  27 Yugoslavia, Attitudes 1943
  35 Austria, Labor 1943
354 24 Finland, Labor 1943
355 25 Brazil, Situation Report-German Influence, Axis and Allied Activities 1943
  45 North Africa-French Concentration Camps, Allied Concerns 1943 loc: 190/5/33/04
356 13 Spain, Ships Smuggling Cargoes for Germany, 1 p. memo, July 1943
  56 Office of Economic Warfare Report "The Consequences of an Italian Defeat on the Axis and European Insurance Structure," July 1943 24pp. This report contains information on the Italian insurance structure; German and German- controlled interests in Italian insurance; Italian interests in Germany and German-occupied countries; German-Italian insurance collaboration; Italian insurance as a source of information on Germany and occupied areas; Italian insurance interests in occupied Europe; repercussions in Spain and Latin America of an Italian Defeat; and repercussions of an Italian defeat upon Swiss Insurance and upon the Munich Cartel.  Included is information on the Assicuraioni Generali, the Riunione Adriatica Di Sicurta, and the Instituto Nazionale Della Assicurazioni.
357 29 Spain, Axis Agents. 1p. 1943
  45 Argentina, Axis Espionage. 2 pp. 1943
  51 United States Plans for Post War Trials of War Criminals. 11 pp. 1943
358 18 Spain, OSS Political Reporting 1943
359 5 Report on Argentina June 1943
  67 France, Czech refugees and farmers 1943
360 16 Greece, Situation Report August 1943
  27 Spain, Internal Unrest. 5 pp. August 1943
  30 France, Ballen De Guzman executed by Germany. 2 pp. July 1943
  36 Information concerning a report on Trade Relations, Axis and Neutral nations 2 pp. July-August 1943
361 19 OSS in Scandinavia 1943
363 16 Glossary of OSS Abbreviations. 4 pp. November 1943
364 12 France, Labor 1943
  13 Norway, Situation Report 1943
  42 Report on Industrial Shortages, Spain 1943
366 3 Germany, Labor attitudes 1943
  14 France, Labor 1943
368 25 Argentina, Situation Report, American Relations, Anti-United States Attitudes 1943
369 4 Yugoslavia, Situation Report-Serbian and Croatian Politics 1943
  28 Hungary, labor 1943
371 35 Belgium, Labor 1943
  42 Germany, Labor Report 1943
  47 Report on Anti-US Attitudes in Latin America 1943
374 11-12 Germany-Hungary, labor reports 1943
375 24 France, Living Conditions 1943
377 53 Situation Report-Netherlands, Jews in Amsterdam 1943
378 52 Portugal, Cargoes shipped to Occupied Europe 1943
379 5-6 Portugal, Soda Pova Co.-Trans shipments 1943
  11 German and Japanese intelligence actions in Lisbon, Portugal 1943
  35 Sweden, OSS Agent in Stockholm, Sweden and State Department 1943
  36 German Agent in Madrid, Spain 1943
382 49 State Department, Foreign Activity Reports 1943
384 29 France, Situation Report-Living Conditions in Marseilles Area 1943
385 81 United States Censorship Reports, Office of Naval Intelligence, Suspect Codes in Cables 1943
387 20 The Netherlands, Labor Draft 1943
388 22 OSS and State Department Intelligence Collection 1943
  26 Board of Economic Warfare Report "Axis Control of European Insurance Industry" 61 pp. June 1943, with 7 pp. of related memos. Includes information on the effect and technique of Axis insurance penetration; Axis insurance operations prior to the occupation of European countries (including foreign activities of Axis direct insurance companies through agencies, foreign activities of Axis insurance companies through affiliations, the German reinsurance business, business practices of German reinsurance firms, and control exercised over clients by reinsuring firms); Axis insurance operations after the occupation (including internal developments in Germany and Italy, and country reports on Austria, Baltic States, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Alsace-Lorraine, Hungary, Greece, Low Countries, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Spain, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and Yugoslavia); and the European reinsurance cartel.
389 4-7 Records of OSS and State Department Radiophone and Cable messages sent via Algiers from Bern, Switzerland, covering events in Africa, situation reports from Axis nations, news of concentration camps, enemy morale, etc. 1943- 1945
390 1-2 Records of OSS and State Department Radiophone and Cable messages sent via Algiers from Bern, Switzerland, covering events in Africa, situation reports from Axis nations, news of concentration camps, enemy morale, etc. 1943- 1945
  8 Yugoslavia, Political and Military Situation Report 1943
396 5-6 Yugoslavia 1943-1944
  17 Sweden, Biographical data-prominent civil and political leaders 1943
397 29 Germany, Manual on Conduct-Foreign Laborers 1943
  30 Yugoslavia-Biographical Data 1943
398 3 General Superintendance Company, (known in Switzerland as Societe Generale de Surveillance) Swiss Exporter, background on company and current activities 1943
414 5 Reports from Office of War Information (OWI) personnel in Switzerland to OSS 1943-1945
  6 Weekly summaries for Elmer [OWI] from Bern, Switzerland 1944
  7 More cables and reports from Bern, Switzerland 1943-1945
418 33 Hungary-Current Information October 1943
  34 Austria-Current Information October 1943
420 13 Czechoslovakia-Social and Labor Conditions October 1943
422 68 Circulation of Swiss Newspapers in Germany n.d.
431 1 Memorandum concerning Sweden's new attitude towards Germany October 1943
  23 Netherlands Labor Situation October 1943
432 42 Shipments from Spain to Germany October 1943
433 14 Port of Marseilles, France-Labor conditions October 1943
434 40 Greece-Chronological outline of events from 1935 through September 1943, October 1943
435 29 Memorandum concerning Axis diplomats-Iberian Peninsula October 1943
436 48 Smuggling activities in South America October 1943
437 10 German smuggling activities in South America October 1943
  11 Germany-Labor Resistance October 1943
  18 Germany-Report outlining general conditions October 1943
  49 Slovakia, Protectorate of Bohemia-Lists of Political Parties, Political Leaders, etc. n.d.
438 20 Slovakia and Bohemia-MoravMoravia n.d.
  30 Spanish "Blue Division" -An intelligence report August 1943
  43 German Occupation Authorities in Northern Italy Nov. 1943
439 7 German-Japanese Economic Relationships October 1943
  11 German newspapers clippings concerning German occupation of Greece October 1943
440 1-3 OSS, SI Plans for operations in United States Zones of occupied Germany 1943
442 19 France-Pharmaceutical firms 1943
  20 OSS Relations with Foreign Economic Administration and State Department on UNRRA operations 1944
  21 Federal Bureau of Investigation in Lisbon, Portugal 1943
  31 Germany, Savings banks, one-page report about cash assets October 1943
444 2 France, Political Events under German Occupation 1942
  17 Spain, Plus Ultra Insurance Company, Madrid, German-owned and controlled company 1944
  25 Walter Brossard, Swiss journalist interrogated about possible Safehaven targets 1943-1945
  27 Germany, Foreign Labor 1943
  28-30 Germany, Reports on labor camps, materials shortages 1943
446 21 Hungary and Rumania, Exports 1943
  25 Shanghai, China-Plight of Jewish Refugees 1942-1943
  40 Report on German Commercial Activities in Mexico 1943
448 23 Germany, Sending mail routes thru neutral nations 1943
449 6 Situation Report-Berlin, Germany 1943
  15 Turkey, Report on German Diamond Smuggling Methods, routes, allied blockade 1943
450 29 Memos pertaining to a report on Vatican Policies Nov. 1943
452 4 Denmark, Labor conditions and resistance 1943
  11 Czechoslovakia, Labor conditions 1943
453 12 Yugoslavia-Reports on Tito and the Partisans, Mihajlovich and the Chetniks. Some reports on Greece (ca. 150pp) 1943
  20 Report on individuals in occupied or neutral countries who either were favorable to the Allies or materially assisted refugees to escape or were suspicious persons or possible agents 1943
458 6 Ukraine, Economic and labor conditions 1943
  7 Germany, manpower policy and labor administration 1943
  9 Belgium, transfer of labor to Germany 1943
  38 Dr. Hermann Rauschning-interview concerning conditions in Germany 1943
459 2 French-American Banking Corporation 1943
  11 France, Vichy's Labor Propaganda 1943
460 19 German press on Portugal and Spain 1943
  23 Portugal-Refuge for Germans entering illegally 1943
461 4 Activities in Latin America 1943
465 2 Lisbon, Portugal-Present Economic Condition 1943
  3 Germany-Labor situation in connection with air raid damage 1943
  9 Norway-Glasmohr Prison 1943
  40 Notes on Greek industry 1943-1944
466 4 Denmark, An intelligence report of general conditions June 1943
  18 Argentine Consulate General in Hamburg, Germany November 1943
  19 Portuguese-British Alliance, a report November 1943
467 20 Proposed report on "German organizations employing foreigners" December 1943
468 42 OSS, Plan to subvert Anti Nazi German generals through Vatican contacts, by Prof. Kurt Riezler 1943
469 20 Germany, foreign labor 1943-1944
470 26 Portugal, Axis Diamond smuggling routes 1943
  27 Argentina, Wilhelm Von Haupel, Nazi Agent 1943
471 26 Germany, rising difficulties, a report prepared by Dr. Alexander S. Lipsett November 1943
474 13 Denmark, Situation Report-German Occupation 1943
  47 Portugal, Axis Diamond smuggling routes 1943
475 21 German economy 1943
  27 Greece, Names of pro-Axis sympathizers and Gestapo Agents 1943
  28 Greece, Situation Report Salonika 1943
  37 France, Memos concerning a FBI report on Charles Bedaux, United States industrialist and his possible Nazi connections 1943
477 4 Bulgaria, issuance of Baptismal certificates to Jews defended by Archbishop. 2 pp. December 1943
  10 Information on workers in Germany, Todt Organization, prison camps in Poland, Nazi atrocities, and personalities. 18 pp. December 1943  loc: 190/5/35/07
480 36 Labor and the resistance movement 1943
482 10 German-Spain Trade 1943
483 25 Information regarding the United States suit against De Beers Consolidated Mines, Industrial diamond monopoly 1945
486 21 Germany, foreign labor 1944
487 18 Belgian Congo, diamond smuggling 1943
488 17 Situation Report-Life in Argentina, Anti-USA 1943
489 16 Chile-Julio Stern (Simon), Jacobo Steinsapoir, conduct Axis financial transactions 1944
490 1 Memos concerning the Bank of Italy, New York, Signature Book 1943
491 10 Italian bankers 1943
492 12 Norway, labor conditions 1943
495 8 Memo regarding Sofindus Company  January 1944
  31-32 International Red Cross, Some European leaders seen pro-Axis 1943
  45 Italy, labor conditions 1943
  48 Belgium, Labor Unions and Nazis 1943
497 22 Netherlands, Social and labor conditions 1944
  42 Belgium labor attitudes 1944
  43 Norway labor attitudes 1944
  44 Rumania Situation Report 1944
  62-69 Reports on French labor and Belgium farmer resistance 1944
498 4 Hungary, Situation Report-Politics 1944
  15-16 Belgium and Netherlands, German Occupation Actions, Labor Draft 1944
  35 OSS, Switzerland, Dr. and Mrs. Adolf Rubin, German refugees, who have after their property confiscated escaped to Switzerland, Feb. 1944 loc: 190/6/1/03
502 1 Current Foreign Relations-prepared weekly for the information of the Foreign Service of the United States 1944-1945
  3 Key German businessmen linked with German espionage, SHAEF, G-2 report, ca. 200 pp., 1944-1945.  Included is information on individuals working for I.G. Farben; Schering A.G.; E. Merck, Chemische Fabrik; Siemens firms, AEG (Allgemeine Elektrizitaetsgesellschaft, A.G., Osram A.G., Philipp Holzmann A.G.); Eugenia Barth & CIA.; Robert Bosch A.G.; Vereinigte Stahlwerke A.G.; Thyssen firms; Reichswerke Hermann Goering A.G; Rheinisch- Westfaelische Kohlensyndikat; Otto Wolf; Haniel Concern; Mannesmann Roehrwerke; Deutsche Ueberseeische Bank, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Suedamerikanische Bank, Dresdner Bank; Deutsche Industriebank; Hamburg and Bremen Import and Export firms; Commerz Bank; G.H. & L.F. Blom; Nottebohm & Co.; Breuer, Moeller & Co.; A. Held & Co.; Gebrueder Elsner & Co.; Edward Ringel & Co.; German Steamship Comanies: Hapag, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Hamburg-Suedamerikanische Dampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft; Deutsch Lufthansa; Internationale Handelsgellschaft, Carl Zeiss; G.M. Pfaff  A.G.; and Nordsee Deutsche Hochseefischerei.  Among the individuals profiled are Hermann Schmitz (Note 41), Max Ilgner (Note 42), and Fritz Thyssen.
  4 Hungarian Collaborators, Hungarian Gestapo Agents 1944
  8 Safehaven Project Report on Italy compiled by Insurance Department of Finance Sub-Commission, Allied Commission,  April 1945 ca. 100 pp. Contains information about dozens of Italian insurance companies including Assicurazioni d'Italia, Assicurazioni Generalie de Venezia, Istituto Nazionale delle Assicurazioni, and Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta.  Also included are several reports and memos regarding Italian insurance activities.
503 3 Interrogations of Dr. Max Ilgner, prominent member of I.G. Farben, May 1945, ca. 100 pp. Included is information on or about Robert Bosch, Chemnyko (and its president, Walter Duisberg), Walter Funk, Krupp, Laval, Schacht, Herman Schmitz, and, Markus Wallenberg
  4 Economic intelligence correlation: business and financial intelligence documents 1945.  Included are memos regarding Export-Import Bank as a possible cloak (Aug. 14, 1945); Abwehr personnel in foreign countries (Sept. 12, 1946); German firms and individuals in Portugal (Sept. 11, 1945); Deutsches Ausland- Institut, Stuttgart (Sept. 4, 1945); Greco-German Finance Company (GEDEFI) (Aug. 28, 1945); Establishment of Economic Intelligence Desk in the European Theater of Operations under the direction and supervision of the Chief, SI Branch, ETO (June 2, 1945); Safehaven Project (May 24, 1945); Economic Intelligence Correlation (May 12, 14, 1945); Business and Financial Intelligence (Apr. 16, 1945); Safehaven Project (Jan. 16, 1945, State Department File reference 800.515/1-1645); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 23 (Possible Swiss Cloaks for German Interests in the United States) (Sept. 6, 1945); State Department desire for information about the Enskilda Bank, the Philips Corporation, and the Siemens Group in Beria (Aug. 23, 1945); Request for information about Italian insurance companies (Aug. 23, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 18 concerning Johann Wehrli & Co. (Aug. 8, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 17 concerning Zapp S.A.C.A. and Zapp S.A.B.R.A.T. (July 30, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 2 concerning Emile Phul (May 28, 1945); Official of the Hungarian National Bank in Spittal (Nov. 29, 1945); Safehaven Switzerland (concerning Dressauer vs. Swiss Life and Annuity Insurance Co.) (Nov. 29, 1945); Contacts of the Deutsches Auslands Institut (Sept. 4, 1945); Gedefi Archives (concerning banking) (Aug.t 28, 1945); German Firms in Portugal (Aug. 25, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 18 concerning Johann Wehrli and Co (Aug. 10, 1945); Certain German Firms involved in Espionage Activities (August 30, 1945)
504 6 The Schenker Co. and It's connection with the German Intelligence Services 1945- 1946
505 4 Art Looting Investigation Unit Final Report, 170 pp, May 1946; also included is a Detailed Interrogation Report No. 13 dealing with Karl Haberstock (Note 43), 9 pp., May 1946
506 2 The International Military Tribunal-Trial Brief: The Gestapo, Security Police, 69 pp.,  [1946]
  4 Photocopies of German material, one of which seems to be a German printed catalogue of Art work seized in Poland June 1946
  6 Prosecution of Axis Criminality June 1945
507 4 Consolidated Interrogation Report (The Gestapo Linz, Austria), 44 pp., 1946
  7-8 I.G. Farben, 1945,
508 5 General memorandums referring to "Laval's Bank" (Banque National Pour Le Commerce et L'Industrie) 1944
  8 Czechoslovakia-social conditions 1944
514 3 Correspondence concerning diamond smuggling February 1944
  6 Report concerning Industrial Plants in Italy and Bulgaria September 1943
  19 The Jewish Brigade, A Short Report May 1945
516 11 Present Conditions in Spain February 1944
518 15 Political Crisis in Hungary: A Report February 1944
  34 Shipment of Chrome to Germany by Turkey February 1944
  36 Foreign Capital in China March 1944
519 69 Report on S.A. Watson Italiana, IBM subsidiary in Italy 1944
522 34 Spain, Report and General Information 1944
524 38 Switzerland, Special Operations Program, 1 p. memo, March 1944 loc: 190/6/1/07
525 28 Germany, Importing of Anti-friction bearings 1944
  30 Netherlands, Inundation by the Germans 1944
528 31 Smuggling on Swiss/Greek Ships 1944
531 7 Netherlands-Gerhard Fritze, Alois Miedl, Dr. Edward von Saher, art looting, etc., ca. 21 pp. 1944-1945
532 4 Polish Situation 1944
  18 Bayerische Stickstoffwerke A.G. at Trostberg, Germany 1944
535 4 Hungary, Anti-Semitism 1944
  22 Union of South Africa-Business and Economic Aspects of ca. 76 pp. 1944
  26 Documents and cover requirements for crossing from Switzerland to Germany 1944
537 13 Spain, Assistance to Germans 1944
540-542   Interdepartmental Committee for the Acquisition of Foreign Publications-Abstracts 1944
543 13 Germany-Extracts from General Stuepnagel's Report (in English and French) "Germany's Preparation for the Next War" 12pp 1943-1944 loc: 190/6/2/03
544 45 Belgium, Situation Report on 44 months of German occupation loc: 190/6/2/03
545 23 Portugal-Trade with the Middle East and the Balkans 1944
548 3-4 OSS, Memos of State Department, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Reports of world wide events, political and military 1945
550 4 OSS, Germany, Illegal diamond trade and stocks, Laughlin Currie, Foreign Economic Administration 1943
  10 Switzerland, Swiss announce German proposal to exchange French and United States personnel, 1 pp. memo, June 1944
551 4 Norway, Situation report, German Occupation 1943
552 5 Report of railroad trip from Sweden thru Germany to France by Swedish sailor 1943
  15 OSS, MO Plan to arm Jews in Hungary and Rumania for Active resistance 1944
  19 Belgium, Draft labor sent to Germany 1944
553 3-4 Labor Study of Axis-Occupied Europe 1943
  15 OSS, Turkey, US POWs held in Germany, Marshal Petain and Admiral Horthy held at Dachau, German OBI: SS Cremations at Dachau in April 1945
554 30 Germans present offer to release Hungarian Jews to neutral nations for allies delivery of vehicles and supplies to be used against USSR, offer from Gestapo sources, validity debated 1944
  36 France, Germans involved in illegal gold trading 1943
555 14 German manufactures and their agents in the Far East 1944
556 7 German offer to trade Hungarian Jews for Allied supplies 1944
  17 Germany, Press items on Japanese and Chinese cooperation in Nanking banking and business 1944
  557-558 Notes by Allen Dulles on his relations with Hans B. Gisevius (Note 44), at Bern Switzerland. Among the records is his book manuscript on Hitler and the Nazi Party rise to power in Germany and details on Anti-Hitler plots within the military and government.
559 5 Reports on foreign labor and workers 1944
  7 German takeover of Hungarian Government 1944
  32 China-German Jews 1944
560 4 OSS, Netherlands, Country Study 1944
563 12 OSS, MIS Collecting evidence of German violations of Geneva Convention for war crimes trials 1944
564 10 OSS Study of probable course of action to be taken by Nazis in Germany to survive after defeat in Bavarian strongholds 1944
565 11 Germany, Nazi Government monopoly of trade group insurance Sept. 1944
  16 Czechoslovakia, Political Situation Report 1944
568 1 OSS Role in evacuating allied airmen from Switzerland, methods and personnel involved 1944
  38 Foreign Economic Administration Survey Mission to Italy 1944 loc: 190/6/2/06
570 29-31 List of European firms and individuals with Japanese commercial connections and German firms with Far East connections and agents names 1944
  35 South American nations that maintained relations with Japan 1944
  37 OSS, Analysis of the failure of the United States policies in South America; Nazi plans for Argentina 1944
  40 Italian firms with Japanese commercial connections 1944
575 2 OSS situation report on Portugal October 1944
  21 Czechoslovakia, list of prominent personalities October 1944
  23 OSS, Estimate of gold and silver bullion seized by Japanese at Hong Kong October 1944
  29 German firms of interest to Japanese intelligence; German firms active in Far East trade September 1944
576 1 Japanese intelligence targets in Germany, Foreign Economic Administration Report, 145 pp.,  September 1944
577 16 Daily survey of Denmark: an overview 1944-1945
579 42-43 Proposed covers for agents in Switzerland 1942
586 14 Spain-Nazi intelligence service in Spanish territory, Spanish trade agreements with the Nazis 1944-1945
593 1 OSS, Radio monitor intercepts concerning German trade with Spain, Switzerland, and trade with Germany 1945
594 32 Spain, Smuggling wolfram from Spain to Gibraltar
595 30 Underground factories in Thuringa, Germany January 1945
  39 Germany, imports of wolfram and tungsten, source January 1945
  44 Estimates of Axis and Neutral military forces Nov. 1944
596 9 Civil Affairs Handbook for Germany: Organization of the Nazi Party April 1944
  18-20 War Crimes Information 1945-1946
597 9 Yugoslavia-Croatian peasant party and partisan liberation movement; Ustashi Party members flee to Germany, Situation Report-Zagreb January 1945
598 5 Joint Intelligence Committee Meeting, minutes, plans for United States Occupation of Germany, OSS Mission and control, Allen Dulles, Robert Murphy (Note 45) 1944-1945
  12 France, List of prominent industrialists and banks, biographical data May 1944
  16 Switzerland, Wehrli and Company, bankers for Ribbentrop, sending funds to Argentina, 2 pp. memo, February 1945
  27 Spain, Spanish ships used for German trade, Iberian-Swiss rail and truck traffic for Germany January-April 1945
  31 OSS, SSO Joint plan with Treasury Department to use Nazi and collaborators funds to support resistance operations in ETO; use of foreign nationals to infiltrate Swiss financial groups, 3 pp., January 1945
601 24 Comments on SI Report concerning salt mines located near Berchtesgarden, auto factory in Czechoslovakia, etc March 1945
604 6 Plans to combat guerrilla warfare by Germany after surrender 1945
  17 Memos concerning the Import-Export Bank
606 4 Smuggling of Spanish wolfram to Germany March 1945
  38 Bulgaria-Industrial leaders to be next targets of peoples' courts February 1945
608 20 Personalities in Hungary February 1944
611 11 German, Austrian, Czechoslovakian underground industrial installations May 1945 28   Economic intelligence correlations May-December 1945. Included are memos regarding: Cable intercept concerning Strohmeier Suisbanque, Zurich to Liebu Care Chindu-Bank Shanghai regarding gold bars (Dec.19, 1945); Reports on Banking and Insurance (Nov. 28, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 28 concerning certain firms and individuals involved in cloaking (Nov. 13, 1945); Henry Reuter, president of the Banque des Pays de l'Europe Centrale, Paris (July 30, 1945); Dr. Hanns Truempy, Glarus, Switzerland (Oct. 19, 1945); French Government Safehaven Efforts (Oct. 5, 1945); Spanish neutrality (Oct. 1, 1945); Dr. Hanns Truempy, Glarus, Switzerland (Sept. 27, 1945); German subsidiaries in Switzerland (Sept. 19, 1945); Possible cloak for von Ribbentrop (Sept. 12, 17, 1945); German firms and individuals in Portugal (Sept. 11, 1945); Payments to Japanese Legation Lisbon, Portugal through Switzerland (Sept. 7, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 23 Possible Swiss Cloaks for German Interests in the United States (Sept. 6, 1945); Contacts of the Deutsches Ausland Institut in foreign countries (Sept. 5, 1945); Swiss Cloak for German Interests in the United States (Sept. 4, 1945); State Department interests in the Enskilda Bank, Philips Corporation, and the Siemens Group in Iberia (Aug. 23, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 18 Concerning Johann Wehrli & Co. (Aug. 8, 1945); Fried Krupp A.G.- Nirosta Company, New York (Aug. 7, 1945); A short outline of six months' work in the Paris Office of the Division of Economic Intelligence (July 30, 1945); Camouflaged Sales of German patents in the United States (Aug. 2, 1945); Sale of patents to Standard Oil Company (Aug. 2, 1945); Relations between I.G. Chemie and I.G. Farben (July 28, 1945); Disposal of assets of an I.G. Farben subsidiary, Kalle & Co., in various parts of the world (July 28, 1945); Disposal of I.G. Farben patents in the United States prior to 1941 (July 27, 1945); Hidden German Assets in the United States (July 27, 1945); Balances in Portuguese Banks (July 23, 1945); Proposed Study for Italy concerning efforts of German and Italian Fascists to conceal their assets in Italy (July 4, 1945); Gilts/Looted Gold Bars (July 20, 1945); Value of Banking Accounts for Safehaven (July 14, 1945); Standard Operating Procedures for SI-ECONIC Relations (July 2, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 13 concerning Germans in Turkey attempting to transfer funds to Switzerland (June 29, 1945); Preliminary Intelligence Study No. 11 concerning Albiswerk, Zurich, AG (subsidiary of Siemens & Halske, AG) and Dr. Ricco Bezzola connected to Credit Suisse and International Telephone and Telegraph (June 28, 1945); Relation between ECONIC Office and SI (June 7, 1945); Standard Operating Procedure for SI-ECONIC Relations (June 22, 1945); Economic Intelligence Correlation (May 19, 1945)
612 1 Economic intelligence correlations Jan. 1946-Dec. 1946 (and some from 1945). Included are memos pertaining to: W. Stucki (Note 46) and Washington negotiations (Mar. 27, 1946);  Stucki and Washington negotiations (Mar. 26, 1946); Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Zurich (Mar. 22, 1946); Stucki and Washington negotiations (Mar. 22, 1946, two memos of this date); Worms Bank (Mar. 14, 1946);    Safehaven Negotiations in Washington (Mar. 14, 1946); Suggested   repatriations from Switzerland (Mar. 12, 1946); Economic collaborators, Paris,    France 1943 (Mar. 11, 1946); Bank fuer Anlagewerte Zurich (Mar. 8, 1946); Safehaven Investigations (Mar. 7, 1946); Safehaven-Banque des Pays de L'Europe Centrale and possible transfer of assets from Switzerland to Brazil (Jan. 4, 1946); Cloaking activities of Dr. Hans Truempy and Associates, Glarus, Switzerland (Feb. 26, 1945); Argentine Government Dealing with Black-Listed Swiss Firms (Feb. 25, 1946); Functions of ECONIC Section, P Branch (Feb. 21, 1946); Negotiations with the Neutrals (Feb. 8, 1946); Arpad Plesch-Declarations of German Assets, Switzerland (Jan. 24, 1946); Detailed   Intelligence Directives for Germany and Austria concerning, among other things, Assicurazioni Generali and banking in Germany (Jan. 16, 1946); Banking transaction between German bank in Shanghai, China, and Swiss   Bank (Jan. 7, 1946); Safehaven Investigations (Dec. 20, 1945); Brazilian    affiliations of French Banking Group with probable Safehaven interests (January 4, 1946)
  2 Continued: Freiherr Constantin von Neurath and Heino Gaefgen concerning hidden German funds (May 10, 1946); German Embassy funds concealed in Madrid, Spain (Dec. 3, 1946); Activities of Dr. G. A. Westrick (Oct. 3, 1946); Robert Zapp, S.A. and Swiss financial concern, Stahlholding (Aug. 27, 1946); Marc Bloch/Pierre du Pasquier (Aug. 12, 1946); Axel Madsen-Cloak for Aktiebolaget Autoropa (Aug. 7, 1946); Functions of Fiscal Intelligence Section, Special Projects Division (July 18, 1946); Birger Dahlerus (June 24, 1946); German Gold in Switzerland, including information from a "reliable conservative French source, based on information supplied by a banker who had been involved in many currency transactions with Switzerland," that Switzerland requested that gold ingots be stamped prior to 1939 so that they could not be included in in the war damage settlements; that the Swiss have admitted receiving gold but "very much below reality;" Swiss banks have on hand ingots which are difficult to dispose of through normal channels; and channeling of funds/gold from Switzerland done in cooperation with Colonel Masson of the Swiss Intelligence (June 21, 1946); Standard Operating Procedures for SI-ECONIC Relations (July 2, 1945); Tokalon Case-Societe Akra (June 14, 1946); Baron Eduard von der Heydt (June 11, 1946); Additional Information of Swiss Target Personalities-Baron von der Heydt, Rudolf Ruscheweyh, Geroge Beridze and Michel Kedia, Arpad Plesch, and Bernhard Berghaus (June 11, 1946); Reorganization of ECONIC Unit for Fiscal Intelligence Reporting (June 6, 1946); Staff  meeting notes of June 6, 1945, concerning Safehaven activities (June 6, 1945); Jacques Salmanovich- Societe Generale de Surveillance (June 8, 1946); Pierre du Pasquier- Paris/Monaco Banker (May 31, 1946); Waldemar Pabst and Heino Gaefgen (May 28, 1946); Proposed Austro-Swiss Bank involving Kronstein, owner of the banking firm Arbitrium, Zug, Zurich and supposed cover for German capital in Switzerland (May 27, 1946); Reported minting and counterfeiting of Swiss, French and American Gold pieces (May 23, 1946); German Interests in Monaco-La Societe des Bains de Mer; Societe des Recherches Scientifiques S.A.; J. B. Pastor & Fils Co. (May 22, 1946); False Valorization of Bearer Shares with no Certificate of Origin (May 17, 1946); Take down of SI-Mission- Switzerland-provides reason why Switzerland is a critical location for financial intelligence (Note 47) (May 13, 1946); Interviews with Tokalon Personnel (May 11, 1946); Freiherr Constantin von Neurath and Heino Gaefgen (May 10, 1946); Donegani and Montencatini (May 2, 1946); Swiss Intelligence and Washington negotiations (May 1, 1946); Forinvent and Chepa Companies, Switzerland and relationship to Schering, A.G. (Apr. 25, 1946); Rudolf Ruscheweyh- Switzerland (Apr. 23, 1946); Maritime Suisse (Apr. 22, 1946); Hungarian Bauxit Trust-Bauxit Trust, A.G. Zurich (Apr. 22, 1946); Sniace of Spain (Apr. 22, 1946); General Matieres Colorantes-I.G. Farben-Belgium (Apr. 22, 1946); Thomas de Pechy-Hungarian in Switzerland with securities (Apr. 16, 1946); Carl Thiel (Apr. 16, 1946); Sven Hinnen (Apr. 16, 1946); Max Frei and Celestine Frei-Mayer-Cloaking (Apr. 12, 1946); Looted Gold and Switzerland (Apr. 9, 1946); W. Stucki and the Washington Negotiations (Apr. 4, 1946); German-owned Swiss Government Bonds (April 1, 1946)
  11 Chungking Gold Scandal June 1945
  23 State Department memo concerning conditions in Soviet zones of occupation May 1945
  27 Brief notes to assist General Donovan with Kilgore Committee May, 1945
613 2 Political and Economic Operations-Italy April 1945
  5 Questions concerning Yugoslavia: An outline June 1945
  29 Descriptions of German Police Forces June 1945
614 42 Channeling of war crimes materials May-August 1945
615 16 Economic conditions in the Netherlands following liberation June 1945
  22 Kunming Gold Story July 1945
  26 Struthof Concentration Camp June 1945
616 1 Rumania-Review of the Rumanian Press, Articles and news on internal politics. ca 382 pp. 1945
618 5 German activities in Spanish Morocco 1941-1942
  10 Report on Czechoslovakia 75 pp. 1945
  19 Turkey, Report 11 pp. 1945
622  16 Poland-Conditions January- March 1945
623 11 Hungary's stand on Hungarian wealth in American zones January 1946 19/3 Organization of Police in Germany February 1946
629 2 Establishment of the Combined Intelligence Objectives Subcommittees (CIOS) January 1945
634 1-3 Axis in Argentina June 1943
636 4-5 Merck-the German Firm; Merk, the American Firm 1943-1945

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Records of the OSS History Office (Entry 99)

Please consult the finding aid for this Entry in the consultation area in Room 2400 for specific boxes and folders relating to Argentina, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey.  Also consult the list at the front of the finding aid for other information about other countries and subjects.

Boxes 1-107 location: 190/6/9/07

Art Works

Box# Folder# Subject
25 5 Pamphlet entitled "Preservation of Works of Art in Italy"
33 1 Report containing information on locating art works looted from Florence, Italy
105 1 A Report on looting and damage of art works in Europe, 127 pp. circa 1945
  6 Consolidated Interrogation Report #2, The Goering Collection, 225 pp. September 1945
  7 More Art Loot, Lists of, etc. 94pp. n.d.
106 1 Art Looting Investigation-Biographical Index of Individuals Involved in Art Looting in Europe, 170pp. n.d.

Safehaven Project

Box# Folder# Subject
13 3 Safehaven activity (external security)
20 4 Present State of Safe Haven in Madrid, Spain
34 4 Portugal Reports-Concerning collection of Safehaven material, economic information, etc. November 1944-March 1945
60 4 Activity reports of Frederick J. Stalder from August 5, 1942 to April 13, 1945--includes information on Safehaven Program
115   Special Intelligence Reports-Portugal-development of plans for
Safehaven operations

Newspaper Clippings

Box# Folder# Subject
130 2 OSS ties to banks and industry
  2 American subsidiaries of German businesses
  3 I.G. Farben
  4 Franco of Spain
  4 Argentina
  4 UNRRA
  4 Ransoming Jews through Switzerland
  5 German exiles in Switzerland

Records Relating to a Survey of Foreign Experts (Entry 105)

Contains raw intelligence and other information pertaining to Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Austria, and other countries..

Boxes 1-32 location: 190/6/15/06

Records of Special Intelligence Operations (Entry 106)

Boxes 1-83 location: 190/6/16/04

Box# File Title or Subject
29 Iberian Peninsula
Portugal
31-34 Spain
35 Sweden (2 folders)
Switzerland (4 folders)
35-36 Turkey
69 Neutral shipping
70 Argentina
72 Swiss Ship Project
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey

Records Relating to a Survey of Foreign Experts (Entry 107)

Boxes 1-11 location: 190/6/18/02
Box 2 (folder 39) contains information on Safe Haven Project, including a January 1945 document detailing the methods by which the Germans cloaked their assets. location: 190/6/18/02

Washington Registry Special Intelligence Field Files 1943-1951 (Entry 108)

Records consists of intelligence reports prepared in the field stations that cover all phases of military, political, and economic intelligence.

Boxes 1-462 location: 190/6/18/04

Box # Field Station
1-10 Bern, Switzerland
13-20 Lisbon, Portugal
188 Stockholm, Sweden
211-259 Madrid, Spain
306-333 Scandinavia

Washington Registry Special Intelligence Branch Field Files. (Entry 108A)

Boxes 1-289  location: 190/6/28/01

Box # Field Station
1-3 Bern, Switzerland
4-5 Istanbul, Turkey
58 Stockholm, Sweden
67 Scandinavia
121 Stockholm, Sweden
133-139 Bern, Switzerland
140-142 Istanbul, Turkey
190A-198 Portugal
199-205 Italy/reports from Switzerland

Washington Registry Special Intelligence Branch Field Files. (Entry 108B)

Boxes 1-320  location: 190/6/33/07

Box # Field Station
1-9 Bern, Switzerland
11-15 Istanbul, Turkey
39-40 Lisbon, Portuga
86-88 Madrid, Spain
128-131 Scandanavia
180 Bern, Switzerland
214-227 Madrid, Spain
273-274 Sweden
275-287 Spain

Washington Registry Special Intelligence Branch Field Files. (Entry 108C)

Boxes 1-22  location: 190/7/5/04

Box# Folder# File Subject
1 2 Safehaven activities of German Red Cross in France
2 5 Suspected OZNA agents in Switzerland/France
Guns manufactured by Spanish/Swiss firm in Geneva, Switzerland
3 8 Refugees, emigres and internees in Switzerland
3 9 Armament for Swiss Planes Mobilization of Swiss Division
  10 Purchase of gold and jewels in France by Franquists

Washington Registry Special Intelligence Branch Field Files. (Entry 108D)

Boxes   1-3  location: 631/48/2/05

Box# Folder# File Subject
1 1 Swiss-Hungarian Trade Negotiations
  3 Failure of Hungarian Government to Obtain Swiss Loan
Swiss Foreign Trade and Polish Purchasing Commission
  4 Swiss Banks hiding Yugoslav Accounts
2 21 Rumors in Switzerland Regarding United States Activities May-June 1946

Records of the COI/OSS Washington (Entry 118A)

Boxes 1-6 location: 190/7/11/06

Box# Folder# File Subject
1 5 Switzerland: Economic, Military, Political
  6 Switzerland: Military, Industry
2 1 Switzerland: Economic
  3 Switzerland: Economic, Political
4 2 Abwehr Activities in Sweden, Turkey and Algiers
  2 Enemy Intelligence Activities in Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and other countries
  2 German and Italian Intelligence Activities in Sweden, Switzerland, and other countries.
  3 German Intelligence Activities in Spain and other countries
  4 Axis Intelligence Activities in Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Trieste, and other countries
  4 Looted art treasures
5 1 Looted art
  2 Swiss files
Abwehr and SD in Spain
Axis Intelligence Activities in Sweden
The Goering Collection
Heinrich Himmler
Schellenberg's Swiss and Swedish Connections/autobiography
Ukrainian deposits in Portugal
Vatican Policy and the Third Reich
Werewolf in Switzerland

London X-2 Files (Entry 119)

Boxes 1-29 location: 190/7/11/07

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
4 25 Dealings with Swiss Military Attaches and Diplomats 1942
8 64 General Impressions of Spain 1943
14 100 Nazi underground
Himmler's and Bormann's plans
Reduits or redoubts in the Bavarian and Austrian Alps
Nazi plans for going underground
Werewolves
Hitler conference on the reduit March 1945
German Resistance Plans April 1945
21 155 Smuggling: Portugal-Spain 1943
Portuguese Imports from Germany 1945
Mining, Smuggling and Related Activities in Portugal 1943
  158 German Industrialists 1945
  159 I.G. Farben September 1945
  160 German Intelligence Organizations in Portugal 1943
23 177 Minutes of Meetings of the Economic Warfare Intelligence
Committee March-May 1944
Watchlists on diplomats in Portugal-Activities of the German
Abwehr in Portugal 1943
24 181 Memoranda on Axis-Controlled Europe February-March 1944
25 208 Germans Interned in Istanbul, Turkey 1944

Washington Counterintelligence Files (Entry 120)

Boxes 1-46 location: 190/7/12/04

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
13-14 22-41 Watch List information
15 44 German bank officials
17 66 Turkey-political
18 67 Turkey-economic and social
  68-70 Turkey-censorship
23-24 130-137 Austria
27 176 Hungary-economic and social
28 195 Germany-economic and social
29 202 Greece-atrocities
34 254 Offenders & Criminals-General
  255 OWI[Office of War Information]-General
  258 State Department-General
  260 Treasury Department-General
35 263 Department of Commerce; FEA[Foreign Economic Administration]
  274 Italy-General
  276 South America-General
  277 Spain-General
  278 Switzerland-General
36 283 Smuggling-General
  292 Turkey-Political Activity

Washington Counterintelligence and CSS Files (Entry 120A)

Most of this series pertains to watchlist and censorship activities in Europe and South America.  A detailed listing of individual files is contained in the consulation area in Room 2400.  Boxes 1-26 location: 190/7/13/04

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
5 57 Fresco, Vittorio, Watch list; information concerning insuring art
6 80 Deutsche Asiatische Bank-Swedish Branch of the German parent bank of the same name
9 205 Conesa, Francisco; correspondence and lists of persons dealing in insurance in Spain and South America (withdrawal)
  221 Collin, Robert; General manager of the Constantine Insurance Co., reported to be cover for German intelligence activities
11 226 Italian insurance business
  228 Italian insurance business
12 308 Krupp Armament Works
13 344 Transfer of funds
  345 Business dealings in diamonds
14 349 Illicit diamond trade
  350 Dealing in commerce-transmitting funds
  351 Transfer of funds
15 354 Jews in Poland
  355 Hungarian Jews in Lisbon, Portugal
  356 Art; diamond smuggling
16 357A Paintings possibly stolen by Germany; proposed transfer of funds; Nazi persecution of Jews in the Netherlands
  357B Transfer of money
  396 Possible currency smuggling
17 407 Chinion Company, Sofia, Bulgaria, seller of gold
  445 Bulgarian Company, buying foreign currency
18 456 Assimilation of Jews in Turkish community
19 494 Possible gold smuggler to sell in Sofia, Bulgaria
21 564 Diamond merchants in Europe and United States

Miscellaneous Counterintelligence (X-2) Files (Entry 122)

Boxes 1-6 location: 190/7/16/07

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 1 Diamond Smuggling (February 15, 1944)
  1 Smuggling (October 9, 1943)

Field Station (Bern and Madrid) Files (Entry 123)

Boxes 1-18 location: 190/7/17/01
Box#   Folder#   File Title or Subject

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 20-29 German Intelligence in Switzerland, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, and several other countries.
4 27 German Intelligence in Sweden
  29 German Intelligence in Switzerland
  53 German Intelligence in Spain
6 73 German Intelligence in Switzerland, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, and several other countries.
14 166 Information on establishment of War Refugee Board
15 169 German espionage in Madrid, Spain.
16 183 Censorship Watch List[Spain]

Field Station Field Files (Bern et al) (Entry 124)

Boxes 1-32 location: 190/7/17/04

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 5-6 Censorship Information and Procedures
2 7-8 Censorship Information and Procedures
4 24 Safehaven names
5 30 Report on Swiss Situation
6 32-34 Handbook: Switzerland
7 35 Handbook: Switzerland
13 72 Handbook: Portugal
14 74 German Intelligence Service in Portugal
16 96 Information about Sigismund Freiherr von Bibra's activities in Switzerland
  99 Notes on Hans Sokol (Note 48)
21 145 Sweden-Background information on Swedish attitude toward war, pro-Allied, pro-Nazi individuals.

Field Station (Bern, Stockholm, and Caserta) Files (Entry 125)

Boxes 1-59 location: 190/7/18/01

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 13 Current financial situation, foreign exchange rates, etc. April-May 1945
7 95 Political and economic reports
  100 Trading with Enemy
  106 Crown Jewels
  113 Refugees-statements on plight of refugees
11 183 Underground channels for accumulation of gold or Swiss banknotes by enemy.
12 201 Proclaimed List-Lists of blocked nationalsin Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
15 242 Commercial Intelligence-Exports of Swedish Firms
26 358 Axis intelligence activities in Sweden
  366 Nazism in Sweden

Madrid X-2 and SI Files (Entry 127)

Most of the information contained in this series pertains to activities in Spain and Portugal.  Boxes 1-33 location: 190/7/20/7

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 10 German companies
4 21 Requests of Germans for travel authorization for Latin America 1947-1948
  22 Foreign Office reply to accusation in Security Council that Spain is refuge for German Nazi organization and funds and describes measures taken to repatriate Germans and status of funds May 1946
5 30 Safehaven activities May 1944-May 1948
7 63 Inventory of German Consulate files, lists of firms with British or American capital, officials of the NSDAP [Nazi Party], and lists of German publications c. July 1945
8 66 Chains between Spain and Germany February-July 1946
  69 Information on [Alois]Miedl sale of Dutch art
  71 Spanish Cooperation in German affairs and hard-core black list of Spanish firms whose commercial relations with Germany were to be restricted December 1945-April 1948
  74 Organization aiding Nazi Fugutives to transit Spain for South America
  75 Concentration camps and war criminals.
9 77 Report that [Martin] Bormann transitted Spain for Argentina
  81 Index of entries of Germans into Spain after the war
19 126 Economic Control-Information on economic situation in Spain and Tangier September 1943-December 1944
  127 Economic Control-Information on individuals, firms, property values, and exports from Spain and Spanish North Africa June 1944-July 1945
  128 Economic Control-Information on individuals, firms, shipping, mineral exports, etc., February 1944-June 1944
  129 German-Spanish clandestine air traffic
  130 Assement of Spanish and Portuguese political situations
23 163 Safehaven September 1944-June 1945
  164 Safehaven-Banks August 1944-July 1945
  165 Safehaven-Companies June 1944-July 1945
  166 Safehaven-reports on companies and individuals October 1944-May 1945
26 190 Safehaven-information on individuals involved in looting and war crimes.  Also included is information on Germans applying for Argentine passports. August 1944-June 1946
  191 Spanish Government officials December 1943-July 1945
28 196 Firms and Banks May 1943-October 1944
33 225 German applications for foreign citizenship January-July 1945

Paris Field Station Files (Entry 128)

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 8 Safehaven Records mostly relating to French firms and individuals. November 1944-May 1945
21 203 von Tirpitz, Wolfgang, Notes and translation of interrogation of   von Tirpitz (I.G. Farben) concerning German guilt for war atrocities, and other matters, as well as notes on second interrogation concerning espionage activities of German business firms abroad, partly in German April 1945
  204 Herman Schmitz, Notes on first and second interrogation of Schmitz (I.G. Farben), autobiography of Schmitz, partly in German, May 1945
  205 von Knierien, Autobiography of von Knierien, partly in German, May 1945
  206 Max Ilgner, Report on interrogation of Ilgner (I.G. Farben) concerning organization, finances, relations with foreign countries, May 1945
  207 Max Ilgner, Copies of and translation of correspondence concerning I.G. Farben documents, May-June 1945
  208 Max Ilgner, Drafts concerning interrogation, notes, Ilgner's declaration, correspondence, partly in German, May 1945
  209 I.G. Farben, memos concerning I.G. Farben officials, handling interrogations, April-May 1945.  Included is an undated [ca. 1943] printed organizational chart showing I.G. Farben's connections with Ford Motor Company, Standard Oil Company, Bayer Company, General Aniline and Film Corporation, and I.G. Chemie.

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Washington Registry Office Radio and Cable Files (Entry 134) (Note 49)

Please see detailed box and folder list in the consultation area in Room 2400 for additonal files.

Boxes 1-354 location: 190/7/27/06

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
134 930 Economic Reports, Portugal and Spain 1944 location: 190/7/30/04
139 946 Relations with Portugese Government. United States Ambassador in Spain 1943
  952-953 German agent activities in Argentina 1943 location: 190/7/30/05
143 968-969 Reports from Eddy on Axis Actions in Morocco, French Africa, Vichy France 1942-1943
  971 Reports from Spain and Portugal 1943 location: 190/7/30/05
144 972-974 Information regarding Sweden and Scandinavia 1942-1944 location: 190/7/30/05
149 987 Swiss munitions to Germany. 1944 location: 190/7/30/06
151 995 OSS in neutral nations 1943 location: 190/7/30/06
158 1025 Polish exiles in Switzerland 1943-1944 location: 190/7/30/07
163 1047 Reports from Scandinavia diplomats 1943-1945 loc: 190/7/30/07
171 1079 Industrial and economic reports in European Theater of Operations; Polish graves in Katyn forest, Jewish deportations and Dachau concentration camp, and French Todt Organization 1942-1943 location: 190/7/31/02
175 1107 Portuguese war aims 1944
  1108 OSS in Portugal July 1942 location: 190/7/31/03
176 1112 Messages sent and received from Bern, Switzerland regarding press reports, OSS in Madrid, Spain and Lisbon, Portugal, August 1942 location: 190/7/31/03
178 1127 SS loots Rumanian industry, plight of Jews Nov-Dec 1944 location: 190/7/31/03
182 1144 Portuguese-German relations 1944-1945 location: 190/7/31/04
183 1155 Refugees in Spain 1944-1945 location: 190/7/31/04
187 1187 OSS operations in Spain 1943-1944
  1191 OSS in Spain 1943 location: 190/7/31/04
188 1192 Situation reports on Portuguese West Africa, Belgian Congo, and Angola 1942-1945
  1194 Situation report on Canary Islands 1942-1945
  1195 Africa: Gem smugglers 1942-1944
  1196 Africa: situation reports 1942-1944
  1197 Canary Islands 1942-1944 location: 190/7/31/05
190 1209 German diplomats in Portugal 1944 location: 190/7/31/05
191 1211 Portuguese Africa situation reportis 1942-1944
  1213 Messages received from Bern, Switzerland regarding OSS agent ETO reports; Germanson Hitler assassination reports; Swiss aid to Germany; German resistence; Hitler, Rommel, and Von Rundstedt on Normady, etc. Jul.-Oct. 1944
  1214 Messages received from Bern, Switzerland regarding refugees, etc. March-April 1944
  1215 Messages received from Bern, Switzerland. Jan.-Feb. 1945 location: 190/7/31/05
193 1221 Messages received from Bern, Switzerland, regarding Hitler, Goering, Himmler, Alpine Redoubt, Nazi Art Treasures, etc. April-September 1945 location: 190/7/31/05
200 1256 Messages sent and received, United States Military Mission to Moscow, 1944, covering information on German-occupied Poland, etc. location: 190/7/31/06
201 1262 Messages received from Italy, and Austria regarding relations with Yugoslav Partisans, Tito, Yugoslav politics, Chetniks, Austria and Trieste situation reports, OSS in Austria, etc. location: 190/7/31/06
202 1275 Messages received from Tangier, Madrid, Spain, and Lisbon, Portugal, covering a wide variety of topics including Franco's nuetrality, German plans on Gibraltar, and situation repots on France and Spain. April 1942-February 1944
  1277 Messages received from Istanbul, Turkey, with reports from Central ETO, oil sent to Germany, Turkish and Bulgarian situation reports, fear of the USSR. May 1944-October 1945 location: 190/7/31/06
203 1280 Messages received from Istanbul, Turkey, on Jewish emigration, Bulgarian politics and King Boris III, black market, Romanian and Hungarian situation reports, Italian politics, etc. April 1943- May 1944 location: 190/7/31/06
204 1286 Messages sent and received, Rome, Italy, regarding various topics including War Crimes in Italy. July-September 1945
  1287 Messages received from Rome, Italy, with reports on USSR repearations operations in Poland, Rumania, and Yugoslavia, etc. July-December 1945 location: 190/7/31/06
205 1289 Messages sent to Paris, France, with reports on Nazi Alpine Redoubt, war criminals, etc. September 1944-August 1945
  1291 Messages received from Paris, France, including information on Nazi post-war plans, etc. October 1944-February 1946
  1294 Messages received from Paris, France regarding Nazi werewolf plans, Belgium situation report, etc. May 1945-January 1946 location: 190/7/31/06
206 1295 Messages sent to Paris, France, regarding German science and industry, Nazis going to Japan and Argentina, etc. March- December 1945
  1297 Messages received from Paris, France, regarding various topics including refugees and internees, German situation report, Himmler. October-December 1944
  1300 Messages sent to Paris, France, regarding various topics including United States citizens and French business. January-February 1945 location: 190/7/31/06
207 1301 Messages received from Paris, France, regarding various topics, inlcuding a Vienna, Austria, situation report. January-April 1945 location: 190/7/32/01
212 1323 Messages sent to Algiers with reports on Swiss attitude, OSS in Spain, etc. April-May 1943 location: 190/7/32/01
213 1325 Messages regarding OSS operations in Morocco and Spain, Balkan situation report, etc. Feb.-Mar. 1943 location: 190/7/32/01
214 1337 Messages sent to Istanbul, Turkey regarding recruiting Turkish agents. February-November 1944 location: 190/7/32/01
215 1342 Messages received from Rome, Italy and Caserta, regarding Vatican attitudes, OSS contacts with Italian politicians, etc. September 1944-December 1945
  1344-1346 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding efforts to obtain secret diaries of Count Ciano December 1944-May 1945
  1348 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding agent penetration of Swiss-German border August-September 1944 location: 190/7/32/01
216 1355 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding OSS plan to penetrate German groups in Switzerland, April-May 1944
  1358 Messages sent and received, London, regarding OSS in Scandanavia, United States consulates in Sweden, July 1943-September 1944 location: 190/7/32/02
219 1372 Messages sent and received, Caserta, including Vessel reports from the Vatican, Vatican situation reports, etc. January-December 1945 location: 190/7/32/02
223 1396 Messeages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding German siutation, Swiss reports on German military surrender contacts, alpine redoubt, etc. April-May 1945 location: 190/7/32/03
245 1499 Messages sent to London, regarding Nazi offer to exchange Jews for United States vechicles, agents in Sweden, Nazi leaders situation report, etc. July 1944 location: 190/7/32/03
260 1545-1547 Messages sent and received, Cairo, Egypt, regarding Greek situation, OSS in Istanbul, Turkey, etc. July 1944 location: 190/7/33/01
262 1553-1555 Messages sent and received, Cairo, Egypt, regarding Greek situation, etc. November-December 1944 location: 190/7/33/01
264 1559-1562 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding press and radio reports from European capitals. July 1943-June 1944 location: 190/7/33/01
265 1564-1566 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding Vichy, France, Romanian situation report, Austrian politics, reports from Germany, profiles of anti-Nazi leaders, etc. December 1943-February 1944 location: 190/7/33/02
266 1568 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding situation report Germany-economy and inustry, Nazis in Istanbul, Turkey, etc. February 1944 location: 190/7/33/02
267 1570 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, with situation reports on Yugoslavia and the Balkans, German reports, Nazi war crimes, etc. June-July 1944
  1573 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, containing situation reports Switzerland, etc. August-October 1944 loc: 190/7/33/02
268 1574 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland containing Swiss reports, etc. September 1944
  1577-1578 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding German diplomats in Berm, OSS staff in Bern and Italy, etc. December 1944 location: 190/7/33/02
269 1580 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, including information on Swiss and german attitudes, German situation reports, etc. December 1944-January 1945
  1581 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, containing information on Nazi Party, German and Italian Fascists, Swedes in Bern, etc. September-October 1944 location: 190/7/33/02
280 1615-1617 Messages sent and received, Caserta, with information on Romanian politics, Austrian situation, Vatican and Spain, Romanian situation reports, Hungarian Jews, etc. October 1944 location: 190/7/33/04
286 1636 Messages sent from Buenos Aires, containing OSS reports on Argentina, 1944 location: 190/7/33/05
288 1647 Messages sent and received, Dublin, regarding OSS liaison with Irish Government, IRA in the United States, November 1942- April 1943
  1651-1652 Messages sent and received, Istanbul, Turkey, covering Italian situation, Turkish exports to Germany, Balkan situation, etc. May 1943-January 1944 location: 190/7/33/05
289 1653-1656 Messages sent and received, Istanbul, Turkey, including information on Nazi morale, OSS operations in Turkey and Romania, Balkan situation reports, etc. January-July 1944 location: 190/7/33/05
290 1660-1662 Messages sent and received, Istanbul, Turkey, with information on Bulgarian situation, German morale, Balkan politcs, OSS personnel and operations. Aug. 1944-Feb. 1945 loc: 190/7/33/05
293 1680 Messages sent and received, Stockholm, Sweden, regarding German and Scandinavian situation, etc. June-September 1943 location: 190/7/33/06
294-295 1686-1692 Messages sent and received, Stockholm, Sweden, regarding Scandinavian situation, Baltic economic data, profiles of Nazi political and military leaders, etc. September 1943-January 1945 location: 190/7/33/06
298 1701-1704 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, with press reports from Germany, France, etc, Swiss press, Balkan situation report, etc. January 1943-December 1944 location: 190/7/33/06
299 1705-1709 Messages sent and received, Lisbon, Portugal, with information on Portuguese, Spanish, and Latin America situation reports, African smuggling, German agents. Jan.-Nov. 1943 location: 190/7/33/06
302 1716-1717 Messages sent and received, Madrid, Spain, regarding United States Ambassador, OSS in Spain, Spanish situation, etc. January- December 1943 location: 190/7/33/07
303 1718-1721 Messages sent and received, Madrid, Spain, with reports from Tangier, Gibraltar, OSS operations, OSS and Spanish Government, United States-Spanish relations, etc. May 1943- February 1944 location: 190/7/33/07
304 1722-1725 Messages sent and received, Madrid, Spain, with information on Germans in France, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese situations, Vichy Government, OSS and Ambassador Hayes, OSS operations, etc. March 1944-January 1945 location: 190/7/33/07
314 1758-1759 Messages sent and received, Paris, London, with Donovan messages, OSS operations, OSS and United States Ambassador in Spain, supplies to the Allies, etc. December 1943-March 1945 location: 190/7/34/02
321 1792-1793 Messages sent and received, London, Caserta, with information on Axis morale, economic and labor reports, etc. May 1943- November 1944 location: 190/7/34/03
325 1803-1804 Messages sent and received, London, regarding German political leaders, war crimes, post-war plans in the ETO. November 1944- May 1945 location: 190/7/34/03
329 1813 Messages sent and received, London, regarding Portuguese situation, etc. May 1943-October 1944 location: 190/7/34/04
330 1817 Messages received from Bern, Switzerland, containing agent and press reports from Occupied Europe, rumors from Germany, etc. May-July 1943 location: 190/7/34/04
332 1820-1821 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, regarding labor in the ETO, agent reports from Germany, etc. May-December 1943 location: 190/7/34/04
333 1823 Messages sent and received, London, regarding Balkan situation, etc. February-April 1944
  1824 Messages sent and received, Bern, Switzerland, with ETO press reports, agent reports, etc. 1944 location: 190/7/34/04
336 1837 Messages sent to London, with information on French labor, French resistance, etc. May-September 1943 location: 190/7/34/05
337 1838-1840 Messages sent and received, London, regarding Spanish situation, OSS staff and organization ETO, Scandinavia, etc. April 1943- May 1944 location: 190/7/34/05
340 1852 Messages received from United States State Department, with reports from US embassies, European press information, situation reports, intelligence, Axis diplomats, etc. 1943-1944 location: 190/7/34/05
348 1890 Messages sent and received, State Department, with reports from US consulates and embassies, Donovan messages, etc. February-June 1943 location: 190/7/34/06

Washington and Field Station Records (Entry 139)

Boxes 1-298 location: 190/8/6/07 & Box 87A location: 190/B/6/07
Box 226 (folder 3255, File number AD-49 "Safehaven (Mowinckel Unit)-Establishment of unit to intensify investigation of enemy activities in international business, April 1945.") location: 190/8/6/06

Miscellaneous Washington Files (Entry 146)

Boxes 1-267  location: 190/8/20/07

Washington and Field Station Records (Entry 139)

Boxes 1-298 location: 190/8/6/07 & Box 87A location: 190/B/6/07
Box 226 (folder 3255, File number AD-49 "Safehaven (Mowinckel Unit)-Establishment of unit to intensify investigation of enemy activities in international business, April 1945.") location: 190/8/6/06

Miscellaneous Washington Files (Entry 146)

Boxes 1-267 location: 190/8/20/07

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
10-21 119-237 Censorship Operations
33 417 Atrocities-Rumania [includes photographs and negatives]
  423 Atrocities
  424 War Crimes Memoranda-Austria
  425 Dachau, 70 pp. 7th Army publication, 1945
  428 Concentration Camps, ca. 80 pp., 1945
  419 War Criminals
35 439 Germans-Personalities, ca. 70 pp. n.d.
  441 German Law
  443 Hermann Goering; includes information on art looting, May- June 1945
  445 Adolf Hitler
  446 German Industrialists, 5 pp. August 1945
  447 Germans, Names, biographies, Personalities, ca. 50 pp. 1945
  450 War Crimes Memoranda
  451 Interrogation-Hermann Rochling, ca. 50 pp. 1945
  452 Marshall Petain
  453 Interrogation-Edmund von Thermann
  456 Testimony of two Escapees from Auschwitz-Birkenau, 45 pp. May 1945
36 457 Interrogation Reports
  459 I.G. Farben
  463 War Crimes Memoranda
  467 Organizations Responsible for Nazi Crimes, 8 pp. 1945
  469 SS Personalities and the Extermination of Hungarian Jews, ca. 15 pp. 1945
  486 War Crimes Memoranda-Italy
  495 Diplomatic Protests against War Crimes Program
38 517 Justice Department
  518 Kilgore Committee
  526 Military Intelligence Service-War Department
  530 Office of War Information
  534 R & A Studies
  540 Source Material
  541 State Department
  545 White House
39 550 War Crimes (JBD) State Department Papers
  551 War Refugee Board
40 561 Safehaven
  565 War Crimes Interrogation
46 656-657 Cables-War Crimes May-June 1945
  658 State Deparment Cables March 23-May 2, 1945
50 684 Current Intelligence Studies
  690 Latin America
52 707 War Crimes
58 805 Military Intelligence Service
  808 State Department
64 867 State Department
  868 UNRRA
  869 Turkey
  877 War Refugee Board
  878 JANIS
  879 Joint Intelligence Collection Agency
  880 Joint Intelligence Committee
  881 MIS[Military Intelligence Service]-ONI[Office of Naval intelligence]
65 899 Istanbul, Turkey
66 912 SI-Bern, Switzerland Messages
  916 Spain and Portugal
  921 OWI Goals
68 944 Economic and Morale Reports (Combined Intelligence Committee)
69 961-977 Joint Intelligence Committee
97 1414 Board of Economic Warfare
98 1422 Office of Naval Intelligence
  1423 Military Intelligence Division
  1425 Office of War Information
  1430 Intercepts
99 1444 Joint Intelligence Committee
100 1456 State Department
  1462 Board of Economic Warfare
111 1516 Censorship
  1520 Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
  1526 Dangers in South America
  1532 Argentina
112 1545-1546 Joint Intelligence Committee
113 1563 Latin America
115 1619 Neutrality
117 1648-1649 Economic Reports
118 1659 Blocked Nationals (Materials on)
  1662-1663 Latin America
  1665 Latin American Committee
  1666 Latin American Section-Suggestions for Political-Economic Warfare to Prevent the Nazification of Latin America
119 1669 Ecuador
  1670 Report-"What the Swiss Can Secure in Portugal"
120 1690 Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
  1693 Office of Censorship
  1694 Office of Economic Warfare
121 1703 German Europe
122 1712 Sweden
125 1760 Latin American Section
126 1763 Latin American Section
  1779 Materials-Board of Economic Warfare
  1785 Office of Censorship
  1790-1792 Department of Commerce
127 1798 Export Control
  1806 Department of State
131 1876 Bearings from Sweden
136 1976 Federal Bureau of Investigation
  1984 Federal Reserve Board
  1985 Inter-American Affairs, Coordinator of
  1987-1992 Department of Justice
137 2011 Naval Intelligence, Office of
138 2014-2016 Naval Intelligence, Office of
  2027-2033 Department of State
139 2056 Treasury Department
  2063-2065 War Department
140 2070 War Department G-2
  2075 Office of War Information
141 2124 Intecepts
148 2220 Committee on German Economic Machine
150 2283-2284 Economics Section location: 190/8/24/01
162 2402 Bureau of Economic Warfare location: 190/8/24/02
190 2690-2693 Memoranda to the President, State Department, and War and Navy Departments location: 190/8/24/06
192 2712 Relations with Spanish Embassy-Intelligence
  2714-2715 War Crimes
193 2737 Special Relations-State Department location: 190/8/24/07
195 2763 OSS Mission for Germany location: 190/8/24/07
203 2843-2844 Drafts of McCloy Reports; McCloy Reports location: 190/8/25/01
204 2859 Reports of Officers returning from Neutral Missions
  2865 War Crimes location: 190/8/25/01
208 2898 Combined Intelligence Objectives SubCommittee (CIOS)
  2899 Safehaven Project location: 190/8/25/02
209 2913-2919 German Mission location: 190/8/25/02
210 2923 Status Report-OSS Mission to Germany
  2925 Austrian Mission
  2926 OSS/Austria, Basic location: 190/8/25/02
212 2939 Mail to Bern
  2941 Paris, France/Bern, Switzerland location: 190/8/25/03
216 2992 Research and Analysis Branch Report Lists [contains  partial listings, giving the name of the report, the report number, date of the report, and often a snyposis of the report; serves as an index to the Research and Analysis Branch Reports, Entry 8] location: 190/8/25/03
217 3011 Interrogations of Walter Funk, Hermann Goering, Robert Ley, and other Nazi officials
225 3165 Federal Bureau of Investigation
  3166 Berlin, Germany Reports to the Federal Bureau of Investigation
227 3203 Insurance Intelligence Unit: Project "Anvil"
242 3384 Progress Reports: France, Spain, Portugal, Low Countries
247-249 3446-3459 Lisbon, Portugal and Madrid, Spain Files (folder 3450 in Box 247 contains file labeled "Lisbon-Safehaven")
253 3523 Art Looting Investigation Unit Final Report

Federal Bureau of Investiation/Strategic Services Unit Files (Entry 153B)

This series consists of records pertaining primarily to Federal Bureau of Investigation activities in Latin America.  A document list is located in the consulation area in Room 2400.  Boxes 1-8 location: 631/48/3/05

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 1 Report on the Schenker Company and Its Connections with German Intelligence (290pp.)
3 10 German Espionage Organization in Argentina April 26, 1945
  10 German Espionage in Latin America (200pp. printed FBI report, indexed, June 1946)
5 5 Apprehension & Convictions of Foreign Agents in Latin America (87pp., Indexed 1945)
7 2 Organization for South American Infiltration by Germany Office of Naval Intelligence Report, February 1, 1942
8 1 Status of Investigation of German Agents in Connection with Memorandum Presented to Argentine Government June 21, 1946 (60pp)
  6 Argentine Government Revolutionary Plan for Latin America January 7, 1944

New York-George Office Records (Entry 157 Intercepts)

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 1 American business Activities in Connection with the Enemy
  3 British Black List
  4 Britain-Economic Warfare
  5 Trading with the Enemy
2 9 CIOS (Combined Intelligence Objectives Survey)
  10 Commerce, Department of-Clippings
  17 German business interests
3 18 Preliminary intelligence studies
  22 Economic Intelligence-plans for investigation of Latin American business connections
  23 Economic Warfare, United States, to April 30, 1944
  24 Economic Warfare, United States, from May 1, 1944
  26 Enforcement of the American Blacklist
  28 Executive Order-Policy on foreign funds control, Axis-controlled firms, foreign-owned property
4 30 Proclaimed List and Brazil
  31 Foreign Investment in Latin America
  32 Foreign Capital in Germany
  33-34Foreign Economic Administration
  35 Foreign Trade
  36 Federal Bureau of Investigation
5 40 Intercepts-General
  41-44Intercepts
  45 Intercepts sent to the Alien Property Custodian
  46 Intercepts sent to the Board of Economic Warfare
  47 Intercepts sent to G
  48 Intercepts sent to J-Department of Justice
  49 Intercepts sent to OSS
  49A Intercepts sent to T
  50 Jetsam-Flight of Axis-capital to Latin America, assets in Spain, etc.
  51 Jetsam, Cross-Reference File
6 63 Refugees-Biographic Information
  66 Research and Analysis Reports-lists of studies [contains  partial listings, giving the name of  the report, the report number, date of the report, and often a snyposis of the report; serves as an index to the Research and Analysis Branch Reports, Entry 8]
7 68 Department of Justice-correspondence
  69 [Department of Justice] Economic Warfare Section Reports Submitted from July 1942 through May 1943
  70 Department of Justice, Miscellaneous and Intercepts
  71 Department of Justice Reports to February 29, 1944
  72 Department of Justice Reports from March 1, 1944
  73 Research Materials to April 30, 1945
  74 Research Materials from May 1, 1945
8 78 Miscellaneous Intelligence
  79 Ministry of Economic Warfare "G" List (War Trade List) (Note 50)
  80-81 Reports on people
  84 Office of Inter-American Affairs
9-10 86-91 Proclaimed List of Certain Blocked Nationals 1941-1946
10 92 Sources
  95 Trading with the Enemy Act
  97 State Department-Correspondence and Organization
  99 Treasury Department-Correspondence
  100 Trading with the Enemy Progress Reports
  101 U.S. Proclaimed List-Policies
  102 U.S. Telephone Intercepts
  105 War Department
  107 War Trade List British
11 115 Alien Property Custodian Reports
  116 Alien Property Custodian Correspondence
  117 Alien Propety Custodian Newspaper Clippings
  118 American Blacklist
12 123 Miscellaneous-Reports of establishment of office, plans and results of operations, and Safehaven project
  127 Von Therman-interrogation
13 133 Armaments Industry in Argentina
14 136 State Department Report-Correspondence
  140 A Plan for Subversive Attack Against Enemy Firms Abroad
  146 Non-Military Interference with German Economic Relations-Report of September 10, 1943, concerning German economic plans, activities to counter in neutral and allied countries
15 147 Foreign Economic Administration Reports
  148 Secret Intelligence in Latin America-Memoranda on U.S. Secret Services organization, role concerning German plans, German firms, and Nazi activities in Latin America location: 190/9/4/05
18-19 162-163 Office of Stragtegic Services Memos
19 164 Research and Analysis Reports
  166 Foreign Economic Administration Correspondence
  167 Reports on firms and individuals   location: 190/9/4/06

OSS Section Seventh Army Records (Entry 158)

Boxes 1-10 location: 190/9/4/06

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 4 Interrogation Center Reports-includes interviews with Goering, Lammers, Funk, Ley, Hoffer, Guderian (Note 51), Berger, and others covering such subject as gold bullion hidden in the Alps, art treasures, concentration camps, and the Reich Ministry of Finance. ca. 125 pp.
10 120-121 Interrogation reports including a wide variety of military and political topics, including art looting, Reich Ministry of the Interior, Reich Ministry of Finance, German Foreign Office, Office of the Nazi Party Treasurer, Propaganda Ministry, German monetary system, and the rise of Nazism in Vienna, Austria. ca. 500 pp.

New York Secret Intelligence Division Records (Entry 160)

Boxes 1-39 location: 190/9/5/02

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 2 War crimes
1-2 3-21 Swiss Project
5-7 32-46 Foreign Intelligence Group Minutes of Meetings 1942-1945
8 48-53 Department of Justice, including Economic Warfare Section reports
9-16 56-77 European newspaper and magazine summaries
23 119 American concerns with branch offices of American firms in Europe
24 157,159-161 Responses to questionnaire from American firms in Spain, Portugal, Sweden, and Switzerland
34 163 Responses to questionnaire from American firms in Turkey
  241,243-244 Interviews relating to Portugal, Spain, and South America
36 281 UNRRA
37-39 310-317 British Political Warfare Material  location:

Records of OSS Operations (Entry 165)

Boxes 1-44 location: 190/9/6/06

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
  15-17 Bern, Switzerland Files

New York and Field Station Records (Entry 168)

Boxes 1-95 location: 190/9/8/01

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
38 538 Switzerland - Secret, The Political and Economic Environment in this Country, Comment of Bernard Baruch. Arrival of Swiss Citizens in the U.S., and Criticism of State Department Personnel based in Switzerland by American Journalist. November 1941-March 1942.
47 648 Board of Economic Warfare; concerning Proclaimed List of certain Block Nations (I/S)(Presidential Proclamation 2497, July 17, 1941 and Supplements) Reports on conditions in France and Switzerland by newly arrived Foreign business men (Secret) April-August 1942.)
72 919 Safe Haven Project information . June 1944-February 1945.

Washington X-2 Branch Personalities Files (Entry 171)

Boxes 1-52 location: 190/9/10/05

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
39 654 State Department-FBI memos. Alois Miedl Safehaven activities. Subject reports. Nov. 24, 1944-Apr. 22, 1946
45 689 Safehaven. German, Japanese activities. Individual subject activities. January 19, 1945-May 25, 1946

Washington X-2 Branch Personalities Files (Entry 171A)

Boxes 1-80 location: 190/11/05

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
63 779 Request by H.A.R. Philby to interrogate Velhagen, Adolf because of information on the England fund noted in an    earlier safehaven report.
  785 Wainer, Samuel...Data on subject.  Also report that Nazi leaders are depositing money in Argentina, and that lesser Nazi leaders seen in Argentina January 1945
64 794 Personalities, 2 memos concerning safehaven, several items on International Red Cross and German espionage
65 805 Various matters including several documents on Safehaven
66 814 Personalities, safehaven, Werewolf organization.
  815 Personalities, safehaven...
  839 Doc. Economic Warfare (Safehaven) Series 245, American Embassy, London England June 23, 1945...

CAIRO SI/X-2 Branch Records (Entry 172)

Boxes 1-10 location: 190/9/13/03
Box 10 (Folder 292, Safehaven Project: instructions for investigation of enemy capital in neutral European capitals, 16 Jan.-21 May 1945) location: 190/9/13/04

Rome X-2 Branch Records (Entry 174)

Boxes 1-284 location: 190/9/13/06
Please see box and folder list in the consulation area in Room 2400 for a complete listing of documents.
Boxes 165-238 pertain to activities in Switzerland. location: 190/9/17/02

Washington Research and Analysis and State ORI Records (Entry 177)

Boxes 1-15 location: 190/9/19/06

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
8 45 "German Military Government Over Europe 1939-1943: Methods & Organization of Nazi Controls: France" Research and Analysis Branch Report #878.13 March 31, 1944
  53 "Displacement of Jewish population in German Occupied Soviet Territories" Research and Analysis Branch Report  #1176 July 31, 1944
9 60 "German Penetration of the European Oil Industry: Part III: Control of Rumanian Companies During the War" Research and Analysis Branch Report #1883.2 January 15, 1942
10 94 "German Military Government Over Europe: Albania" Research and Analysis Branch Report #2500.1 December 1, 1944

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Washington Secret Intelligence/Special Funds Records (Entry 183)

Most of this series are from the Special Funds Division Finance, Intelligence (WASH-SPDF-INT). These records primarily center on economic activities, economic intelligence, and Safehaven program activities. The records in the series cover a wide range of OSS interests and activities, particularly economic information and intelligence. They are divided into the following subseries: (1) Washington Office, Secret Intelligence Branch Personalities (WASH-SI-PTS); (2) Washington Office, Special Funds Division Finance, Intelligence (WASH-SPDF-INT); and (3) Washington Office, Special Funds, Intelligence (WASH-SPF-FIN).

The first subseries contains documentation on German and Italian nationals who possessed knowledge of the political and economic situations in Axis and Axis-occupied nations during World War II and the early postwar period. This subseries is arranged into numbered files, each of which contains documents relating to one individual. The second subseries primarily centers on economic activities, economic intelligence, and Safehaven program activities. The Safehaven materials focus on efforts to locate, recover, and return to owners or the Allies materials looted or converted during the war; and, efforts to prevent enemy organizations or individuals from hiding assets or holdings. There are a number of notable interests covered by documents in this subseries, such as (1) German industry and international cartels, particularly I.G. Farben; (2) gold and currency activities, banking, counterfeiting, and smuggling; (3) German activities in Spain and Portugal, including materials on Sociedad Financiera Industrial (SOFINDUS), the German organization for trade with Spain; (4) trademarks; (5) activities of Allies and neutrals with Italian and German industrialists, engineers, and scientists; (6) activities in the four occupation zones of Germany; (7) information on individuals and organizations, including political movements; and, (8) the agency for the confiscation of Dutch-Jewish property. This subseries is arranged numerically by document number (from 1 to 9431, with gaps). The last subseries pertains to gold held by the OSS. Included in the sub-series are copies of regulations pertaining to the gold, inventories, and transactions for the period June 1942 through April 1945, as well as a June 25, 1945, U.S. Group Control Council, Finance Division preliminary report titled Concealment of Some I.G. Farben Selling Companies. The subseries is arranged chronologically.

This series is available on M1934: OSS Washington Secret Intelligence/Special Funds Records, 1942-1946Adobe Acrobat PDF

The list below provides the subject of most of the numbered documents in M1934 and should be viewed before ordering.

Washington SI/Special Funds Records (Entry 183A)

Box 1   location: 190/9/22/06

Folder # File Title or Subject
2 I.G. Farben-I.G. Chemie, Basel, Switzerland, for Alien Propety Custodian October 1945
3 Robert Bosch-includes a September 1945 study on Bosch's holdings in Sweden; a July 1945 study entitled "Reports on German External Assets" by the Finance Division, US Group Control Coordinator; and, an August 1945 report by the Stockholms Enskilda Bank on the bank's interest in the American Bosch Corporation.
5 Safehaven Report-I.G. Farben-I.G. Chemie July 31, 1945 OSS Report-"Activities of French Bankers," October 19, 1945 Photocopy of study of I.G. Chemi-Atkien, January 19, 1942, in German
7 Report-"Nazismo on Argentina," December 17, 1945; includes 1-2 page reports on Luis Cesar Perlinger (note 52), Carlos von der Becke, Edmund von Therman, Julia P. Hennekins, Gregorio Tauber, and Anibel F. Imbert Report-Internationale Gesellschaft Fuer Chemische Unternehmungen, February 14, 1941

Director's Office and Field Station Records (Entry 190)

(Note 53)

Boxes 1-742 location: 190/9/24/01

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
25 46-47 German legation; lists of staff, plans for liquidation of Legation, Germans to be expelled, etc. March-May 1945
  54 German personalities April-December 1943
26 79 Japanese in Switzerland December 1944-May 1945
29 117 Interrogation Reports; includes a file under the name Roger Masson, chief of Swiss Military Intelligence, that includes a Third U.S. Army Intelligence Center Special Interrogation Report Number 1, dated July 14, 1945, detailing the relationship between General Walter Schellenberg and the Swiss. (Note 54)
  119 Warnings, rumors about possible German agents; reports of acivities of individuals December 1943-December 1945
  120 Expulsions from Switzerland, Japanese nationals in Switzerland
30 122 "Stolen Art" contains information about looted art in Switzerland, report of foreign economic penetration of Switzerland, report of Abwehr penetration of American agencies, and related information not directly related to stolen art.  Includes a statement made by Emil Puhl, November 17, 1945, and a 10-page report on looted art in Switzerland, dated January 5, 1946.  Records cover the 1942-January 1946 period.
  123 Safehaven Memos-Information on names on Proclaimed List; information on other individuals, including Arpad Plesch; transfers of gold; looted art; industrial diamonds; securities; cloaking of funds; transfers of funds from Germany to Switzland; and, Swiss francs. July 1944-November 1947
218 225 Safehaven information, April 12-May 1, 1945
218-219 229-234 Combined Intelligence Operations Subcommittee January-May 1945
219 235 Organization charts of German ministries and ministerial level authorities October 25, 1944
225 352 Joint Chiefs of Staff directives, orders, memos, etc., July 14, 1943-November 8, 1943
265 916 List of diplomatic representation at Madrid, Spain (ca. 70pp.) August 23-November 16, 1943
269 979-981 OSS Mission to Germany 1944-1945
282 1208 United States Group Control Council October 1944-May 1945
  1209 USGCC Joint Intelligence Committee November-Dec. 1944
  1211 War Crimes Commission October 1944-February 1945
283 1244 War Crimes Commission May-August 1945
284 1247 OSS Mission to Germany August 1945
  1251-1253 OSS Mission to Germany August 1944-May 1945
286 1266 OSS Mission to Germany October 1944-April 1945
293 1365 Einsatzatab Rosenberg [ERR]-Interrogation report of OSS Art Looting Investigation Unit; activity of the Einsatzatab Rosenberg in France (150pp) August 15, 1945 loc: 190/9/30/01
294 1366 Interrogation reports nos. 1(Heinrich Hoffman (Note 55)), 2 (Ernst Buchner) (Note 56), (Gisela Limberger) (Note 57), 9(Walter Andreas Hofer), 11(Walter Bornheim), and 12(Hermann Voss) of OSS Art Looting Investigation Unit (ca.100 pp.) July 1-September 15, 1945
298 50 Vichy French Secret Police Oct.1943-Mar. 1944 loc: 190/9/30/02
300 90 The Alpine Reduit April 1945
303 138 Sweden Activities-Intelligence August 1944-January 1945
306 192,195 Sweden incoming and outgoing correspondence October 1944-July 1945
  193-194 Switzerland incoming and outgoing correspondence September 1944-June 1945
310 257 Madrid, Spain pouch material January-November 1944
  258 Switzerland-A. Dulles and Gerhard Van Arkel (Note 58) correspondence October-December 1944
311 276 USGCC Joint Intelligence Committee Meeting Minutes November- December 1944
  277 Sweden January-July 1945
  281 SI Switzerland/SI London correspondence January-June 1945
313 318 Swiss personnel September-October 1944
314 337 Nazi Reduit
  339 German financial intelligence
318 381 Economic warfare Nov. 1941-August 1942
326 548 War Crimes Commission July 1945
327 562 Intelligence operations-Germany September 1944-May 1945
365 397 Werewolf movement March-August 1945
366 400 Art Looting I-Goering Collection-copy of Consolidated Interrogation Report No. 2 "The Goering Collection," covering the history and formation of the collection and methods used by Goering to obtain items, approx. 225pp., September 15, 1945
  401 Art Looting II-Goering Collection-Attachments to report in Folder 400, approx. 150pp.
  402 Currency Case-RSHA Funds May-Aug. 1945
369 420 Portugal pouch dispatches August-September 1943 (ca. 400 pp.)
  422 Concentration camps-reports November 1944-June 1945 (ca. 50 pp.)
384 538 Madrid, Spain Embassy reports and correspondence February 1944-July 1945
  539-540 Madrid, Spain-SI-London correspondence -Madrid 1943-1945
386 547 Madrid-SI-Correspondence to and from Bern, Switzerland October 1944-June 1945
442 1014 Paris-SO-OP-14 Iberian Peninsula reports 1943-1944
488-489 1489-1586 OSS-State Department relations
490 1527 Miscellaneous memos on Spain February 1943-February 1944
491 1529-1530 State Department reports and correspondence 1942-1945
  1532 Miscellaneous memos on Sweden Octoctober 1942-January 1945
492 1543 Turkey-memos and messages Apr. 1943-July 1944 loc: 190/9/34/01
499 1600 Basic OSS, JCS, State Papers-Spanish Mission- Janaury 1943- February 1945
516 1721-1722 Madrid, Spain pouch letters January-Decmeber 1944
  1723 Art unit-Memo, establishment of Project Orion, Standing Order No.2, function and organization of Orion field headquarters london, 5pp. December 14, 1944-February 27, 1945
  1728 Iberian Operations November 1943-December 1944
  1733 Report on Italian insurance personalities.
532 1743 Safehaven-art objective looted by Germany; locations and individuals who are in possession of objects. December 1944- April 1946
  1744 Safehaven-background information on individuals related to Safehaven January-August 1945
  1747 Orion Organization-art looting September 1944-January 1946
  1748 Orion Project progress reports January-December 1945
  1749 German and Austrian repositories February 1945-October 1946
  1750 Art Looting Investigation Unit-Report of unit's final mission to Europe from June 10, 1946 to September 24, 1946.  Report dated October 14, 1946 24pp.
  1751 Orion Budget and Fiscal
  1753 Inter-Orion Correspondence
  1754 War Department G-5 [Orion]
  1755 State Department [Orion]
533 1756 Art Looting Investigation Unit-Liaison
534 1764-1765 Madrid, Spain pouch correspondence January-November 1944
  1767 Disseminations-reports, etc., relating to war crimes, Econic (Note 59), and Safehaven projects March-December 1945
535 1769 Sofindus background information 1944
  1771 Incoming State, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Office of Naval Intelligence memos, etc. 1944-1945
537 1782 German Secret Intelligence Service-Copy of a study of the Abwehr, ca. 90pp. November 5, 1943

Records Relating to Resistance History (Entry 190)

Boxes 1-30 location: 190/10/4/02

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 1 Reports of German espionage in Switzerland
  1 German espionage activity in Turkey
  1 Swiss SR agents
  2 Swiss-German economic relations
  3 Interrogation of Hans Gentkow from Camp Buchenwald with 10-page description of practices at the camp. loc: 190/10/4/02
2 4 Reports of German intelligence organization in Switzerland (88pp. in Polish, together with summary translation)
3 5 German agents in Stockholm, Sweden
  5 Transfers of art treasures out of Germany
  5 German intelligence methods in Spain
  7 German agents in Portugal
  7 Study of German intelligence activities in Sweden (35pp.)
4 8 German agents in Turkey
  8 German agents in Bolivia
  8 Hungarian agents for Germany in Switzerland
  8 Prosecution of Swiss Nazis
  9 German agents in Turkey
  9 Listing of German agents expelled from Switzerland
  9 Japanese, German, Polish, and Russian intelligence in Switzerland
  9 OZNA organization in Switzerland
  10 German agents in Switzerland and Spain
5 3 German agents in Spain and Portugal
  4 German agents in Turkey
6 5 Reports on German agents in Turkey and Portugal
  5 German intelligence activities in Turkey
  6 Reports of German agents in Portugal
  7 Interrogation of Vierira-German agent in Portugal  loc: 190/10/4/03
8 4 Lists of 18 Swiss traitors
9 1 British SCI unit reports on German activities in Norway and Sweden
  1 German agents in Portugal and Spain
10 2 Axis activities in Switzerland and Sweden
  2 Portuguese Watch List
  4 German agents in South America, Spain, and Portugal
  4 German banks in South America
  4 Reports on German intelligence activities in Sweden and Switzerland
  4 German agents in Spain and Portugal
11 5 German agents in Spain and Portugal
12 7 German activities in Turkey
  9 German agents in Spain and Switzerland
13 1 Constantia Insurance Company in Brussels, Belgium
  1 German agents in Sweden and Spain
  1 German intelligence activities in Turkey
14 4 Axis intelligence activities in Sweden 1945
15 7 Axis intelligence activities in Sweden 1945
16 10 Axis intelligence activities in Sweden 1945
  2 Bruno Wolff-member of SD when Vice Consul in Istanbul, Turkey
17 3 Interrogation report on Ernest Kaltenbrunner, Chief of RSHA
  3 Interrogation report on Walter Giese-German agent in Spain, Germany, Ecuador, and Argentina
  4 Interrogation report on Gen. Friedrich Wolf-German naval, military, and air Attache to Argentina
18 5 Questionnaire for 10 individuals involved in German intelligence in South America
  6 Questions for four Germans in Lisbon, Portugal in 1943
  6 German agents sentenced by Swiss
  7 Interrogation report on Dietrich Niebuhr of Abt III
  7 Traffic in arms-Switzerland/Italy
19 1 Safehaven reports-on enemy personnel in Portugal; neutral firms suspected of Safehaven activities; listing of departure of Axis agents and suspects from enemy-occupied territory; firms  in Brazil; Luso-German clearing arrangements-Portugal; German assets in Turkey; looted workds of art-  Switzerland;   numerous South American, Swiss, Spanish, Portuguese, and other European individuals; German electrical manufactures in Spain; questionnaires and information for use in interrogations of I.G. Farben officials (118pp.); Germans in Spain (26pp.); and, efforts to conceal German assets in Sweden (50pp.).
  1 Intelligence information on Alessandro Rossini-arms dealer in Switzerland
  1 Heinrich Bohle-German consulate employee interned in Switzerland (53pp.)
  1 Notes on miscellaneous people living in Switzerland (20pp.)
20 2 Safehaven reports-on numerous Swiss, Spanish, Portuguese, South American, and other European individuals; German assets in Spain; Summary of 25 cases-Sweden (54pp.); movement of Nazi looted valuables through Milan, Italy (5pp.); German and Italian activities in Spain; Germans in Spain (13pp.); Digest of interrogation of Dr. Max Ilgner-member of the board of I.G. Farben (8pp.); German activities in Chile (4pp.); principal German agents doing business in Turkey with Serbian firms; financial activities of Germans in Spain; German/French/Swiss operations; German activities in Spain; and German activities in Portugal.
21 1 Safehaven reports-components of I.G. Basler, including CIBA, GEIGY, and Sandoz (350pp.); activities of Germans in Spain; German participation in enterprises in Switzerland and Liechtenstein; numerous Swiss, Spanish, and South American individuals; and, Japanese economic penetration in Latin America (109pp.).
21 2 Safehaven reports-German interests in the Canary islands; numerous individuals in South America, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal, Monaco, and other European countries; Safehaven summaries from Sweden (31pp.); information taken from files of German legation in Portugal (10pp.); Bantu S.L.-Spain; German connections in Portugal; and, list of Safehaen repatriation candidates (15pp.).
  3 Safehaven reports-numerous individuals in South America, China, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, and other European countries; transmittal of 57 Safehaven cases-Sweden (61pp.); transmittal of 24 Safehaven cases-Sweden (32pp.); smuggling of gold from Spain to France; and, a report on Arpad Plesch-German agent in Haiti and Switzerland.
22 4 Safehaven reports on individuals in Spain and Switzerland; list of 230 persons suggested for repatriation from Switzerland (230pp.); and, German measures to regenerate economic power and intelligence countermeasures as requested by Donovan by the Chairman of the Congressional Committee on Military Affairs (65pp.)
23 1,2 German agents in Spain
  2 Listing of Lufthansa arrivals and departures from Spain
  55 Intelligence from Turkey
  56,57 German agents in Spain
24-27 58-65 Repatriation of Germans and Austrians from Spain
26 62 Report of German illegal exists from Spain (14pp.)
  62 Nazi resistance in Spain (21pp.)
27 65 Data on alleged German werewolf organization in Spain
29 72 Memo on Axis activity in Argentina, Brazil, et al.
  72 Minutes of Foreign Intelligence Group, November 1942 (25pp.)

Records Relating to Resistance History (Entry 190B)

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
31 320-321 Germans Moving Underground/Nazi Underground
35 357 Receipts-Relates to survey of art repositories in Germany May-October 1945
  358 War Crimes Commission July-October 1945
  359 Detailed Interrogation Report #13 Karl Haberstock May 1945
  360 Consolidated Interrogation Report #14 Linz-Hitler's Museum and Library (Note 60) December 1945
  361 Detailed Interrogation Report-Hans Wendland September 1946

Field Station Files (Entry 190C)

Boxes 1-15 location: 631/48/3/02

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 3 Dulles Calendars 1942-1944
1-2 4-5 Raw intelligence reports-many from Germany
2-3 6-20 Dulles twice-a-week telephone intelligence reports on developments in Europe
5 25-26 Dulles cables
6 33 Dulles files on Hungary, including information about 300,000 Jews in concentration camps
7 35 Cable concerning Rumanian interest in taking gold reserves to Switzerland
  35 Memo regarding treatment of Jews in Rumania

OSS/SSU Miscellaneous Records (Entry 192)

Boxes 1-5 location: 190/10/5/06

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 9 Background information on Turkey
2 12 Background information on Southwestern Europe, Western Europe, Southern Europe, Southeastern Europe, Northwestern Europe, Central Europe, and Northern Europe (c. 200pp.)
  14 Background information on South America
3 18-19 The German Intelligence Services  November 1944

Boston Series (Entry 193)

Contains information supplied by Fritz Kolbe, (Note 61) alias George Wood.  Included is  information about Sweden, Spain, Turkey, and Switzerland.  Also included is information about Hungarian gold.

Boxes 1-5 location: 190/10/5/07

Washington and Field Station Files (Entry 194)

Boxes 1-163 location: 190/10/5/07

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
11 35 Gestapo questions about United States interest in Switzerland
  35 Contacts with various German individuals, funds, transfers
  36 German Purchasing Commission to Switzerland
  36 Possible transit traffic between Germany and Spain, September 1943-1945
  36 Swiss Banking
  36 Possible German munition factories in Switzerland
56 245-246 German agents and Axis sympathizers in Spain
  248 Interrogation of Hans Helmut Wolff and other German officials June-August 1945
57 250 Nazi activities and Swiss countermeasures 1943-1944
58 255 Madrid and Barcelona, Spain reports
59 256 Interrogations and reports concerning German and Spanish agents 1944-1945
61 263 Lists of German intelligence officers employed in Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Spain; leaders of the Abwehr in European countries; enemy agents in Spain; German intelligence in Portugal; agents and suspected agents in Switzerland
62 268 Report on the Werewolf Movement
65 287 Madrid, Spain cables October 1945-June 1946
66 293 German espionage in Madrid November 1943-June 1945
68 323 Listing and other censorship issues and watchlist for Jetsam February 1944-June 1945
69 325 Commercial and economic reports on South American firms 1941-1945
  326 Memo reporting on 130 key German businessmen linked with German espionage April 1945 (188pp.) loc: 190/10/7/03
70-71 327-330 Memoranda requesting or sending intelligence on foreign nationals and Central and South American firms 1942-1945
72 331 Interrogation of Ernest K. Halbach May 1942  loc: 190/10/7/04
73 336 Requests for information on list of German industrialists and bankers, information compiled on each January-March 1945 (127pp.)
76 347 Key German businessmen linked with German espionage n.d. (188pp.)
79 359 German activity in Portugal 1943
116-117473-476 German officials and agents in Sweden; pro-Nazi Swedes; interrogation reports
118 480 Special Watch Lists 1943-1945; Watch List traffic reports 1943-1944; traffic analysis of individuals and organizations 1943-1944
119 481-482 Watch Lists; OSS General Watch List
120 484 The formation of a Nazi Government underground
  485 Reports on individuals and organizations in Colombia and Uruguay 1944-1946
121 487 Reports on various individuals in Colombia 1945-1946
122 488 Reports on various individuals in Latin America
124 492 Information on Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland
125 493 Report on OSS operations in or from Sweden, with knowledge and tacit consent of Swedish government
126 495 Research and Analysis Branch Report #1988 Russian Intentions to Punish War Criminals, June 27, 1944
145 538 Foreign Economic Administration

Washington Office-Items Previously Withheld (Entry 196)

Boxes 1-115 location: 190/10/9/03

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
2 4 Foreign Intelligence Group information on Spain and South America November 1944
7 15 German agents in Turkey
8-9 18-19 Various reports pertaining to individuals and organizations in Portugal and Spain; includes information on German mining organization in Portugal and trade and smuggling
10 21 Plans of the RSHA to move into Alpine Region
11-13 23-25 Information about activities in Spain, including German-Spanish trade
14 27 Information on German agents in Switzerland (August 1944)
  27 Political reports regarding Turkey August 1944
16 30 Information regarding connection between Italian or Italian-controlled insurance companies and the Italian Secret Service October 1943
17 32 German agents in Spain August 1944
19 36 Report Concerning three alleged German agents working in Switzerland November 1942
  36 Information regarding activities in Spain and Portugal 1942-1943
  36 Information on pro-Nazi Turks suspected as enemy agents 1943
20 37 Information by the American Embassy in London regarding the relationship between the chemical firm of Knoll A.G. at Ludwigshaven and the one in Liestal, Switzerland February 1943
  37 List of Portuguese exports and imports from and to Germany
23 48 German Secret Service in German Embassy in Istanbul, Turkey February 1943
24 49 Report regarding the activity and organization of the German intelligence system in Turkey March 1944; information on German agents in Turkey; information on Turkish personalities August 1944; and information on German collaboration with Turkey officials August 1944
  51 More information about Turkey
30 64 Intelligence correspondence from Istanbul, Turkey August 1943
36 81 Official dispatches transmitted in code or cipher by the Bern, Switzerland to OSS, providing information on activity, background, biographical data and political orientation of numerous individuals Feb.-Oct. 1944
37 83 Numerous official dispatches to OSS from Bern, Switzerland covering extensive intelligence and political information on several countries in Europe and Japan April 1944
  84 German agents in Portugal June-Sept.1943
46-49 108-115 Industrial diamonds 1943-1944
52 123 A Report from the Embassy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, entitled "Possible Safehaven Activities of Friedrich Wilhelm Beutner" June 1945
60 148 List of names from several countries to be placed on the Watch List 1943-1944
64-73   Censorship information, including files on individuals to be placed on the Watch List
74 190 Memorandum regarding German enemy agents in the International Red Cross - Report covering the subject of "Enemy agents and the International Red Cross" - Other information regarding the I.R.C. and chains of agents out of France via Spain into North Africa 1943-1944
77 197 German trade with Southeastern Europe May 1944
81 210 Enemy organization in Turkey
  210 Reports on Swiss telegraph agency
83 215 Report of Laval, Safehaven reports
  216 Reports on suspects in Switzerland
84 217 Investigation pertaining to Vichy Funds
  219 Inter-office memos pertaining to Krupp, I.G. Farben, and Rhein Metall in the Iberian Peninsula and Western Hemisphere; memos concerning money and commercial interests in Iberian Peninsula; intelligence studies concerning individuals and firms; economic dissemination studies; and report of Georing properties in Spain and Portugal 1944-1945
85 220 Information on activities in Portugal and Spain October 1944- December 1945
  221 Suggestions for censorship, watchlisting, Axis funds
  221 German espionage activities in Spain
  222 Report on Portuguese firms; watch lists; summaries of intercepts and messages between Portugal and Switzerland
86 224 FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigation] reports on espionage in Brazil, FBI reports on individuals, German nationals in Spain, Portugal and the Western Approaches 1943-1946
  224 Reports on Sofindus; political and economic conditions in Portugal; and German influence on Bolivia through Spain
  225 Information on suspect companies
94 241-242 Radio and cable dispatches from and to OSS Bern,
99 256 contains S.I.M. Files on Switzerland from 1942 to 1946

Miscellaneous Records (Entry 198)

Boxes   1-2 location: 190/10/12/06

Box# Folder# File Title or Subject
1 1 Italy and Vatican City--Biographical Records 1943
2   Italy and Vatican City--5 boxes of microfilm, 2 rolls per box (16mm), in English.  Contains miscellaneous information, biographical information, and information on the banking situation in Italy 1943.

Washington and Field Station Records (Entry 200)

Boxes 1-14 location: 190/10/17/05
Box 12, File 106 (location: 190/10/18/01) contains a file labeled "Orion" which is a detailed interrogation report, dated September 18, 1946, dealing with Hands Wendland, the art dealer.

Records of the Strategic Services Unit

The Strategic Services Unit (SSU) was created in 1945 following the termination of the OSS.  It was staffed by veterans of the OSS Secret Intelligence Branch and the OSS Counterintelligence (X-2) Branch.  SSU was absorbed by the Central Intelligence Group in 1946 and its staff and functions became part of the Central Intelligence Agency in 1947.

During this interim period, the SSU continued to gather information and prepare intelligence reports on world-wide events of interest to the U.S. These Strategic Services Unit Intelligence Reports 1945-1946 (Entry 153A), have been reproduced on NARA Microfilm Publication M1656 (5 rolls).  Thus far an index has been prepared for the first three rolls.  Researchers may be interested in the following:

Roll Frame Report # Subject
1 341 A-66111 Morocco. Clandestine gold traffic, February 2, 1946.
1 421 A-66350 Morocco. Transfer of capital from France and Spain to Tangier, February 20, 1946.
1 490 A-66560 Switzerland. Refugees, emigres, and internees in Switzerland as of December 30, 1945, January 6, 1946.
1 1320 A-67491 Austria. Russian-Austrian conference to settle German property disputes, April 25, 1946.
2 130 A-67697 Germany. Russian-German conferences regarding reparation program, March 20, 1946.
2 1033 A-69077 Austria. Proposed Austro-Swiss Bank, May 16, 1946.
3 1110 A-69918 Morocco. Smuggling of gold from Morocco to Portugal, July 17, 1946.

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