Hemsing, Albert E. -USIA., 01/01/1943-12/31/1980
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From the Collection: 30 Linear Feet (Hollinger Record Storage boxes)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
1 TMs FAOH transcript interview with Albert E. Hemsing by Robert Amerson, with discussion of the Office of War Information; State Department; Marshall Plan -Film Division; Paris, France; Berlin, Germany; India; Radio Free Europe; Freiburg, Germany; and Amerika Hauser.
Subjects and Associated Physical Materials
HEMSING, ALBERT E.: Manuscript
UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY: Manuscript
OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION: Manuscript
STATE DEPARTMENT: Manuscript
MARSHALL PLAN -FILM DIVISION: Manuscript
FRANCE -PARIS: Manuscript
GERMANY -BERLIN: Manuscript
WEST GERMANY -BERLIN: Manuscript
RADIO FREE EUROPE: Manuscript
GERMANY -FREIBURG: Manuscript
WEST GERMANY -FREIBURG: Manuscript
AMERIKA HAUSER: Manuscript
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