Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and research files pertaining to Hadik's studies on European security. Lazlo G. Hadik (1932-1975) seved as senior analyst for the Institute for Defense Analysis (1961-1970); and as senior political scientist at the Stategic Studies Center, Stanford Research Institute (1970-1972). Typed finding aid attached as external document.
Papers of Erich Wolfgang Isenstead comprising personal correspondence, professional records, photographs, newspapers and printed ephemera regarding his work in postwar Bavaria for the Information Control Division of the Office of Military Government, United States, primarily regarding U.S. efforts toward denazification and reconstruction of Germany's press, broadcast media, and other cultural infrastructure.
The collection consists of a book outline by Robert Nolan on post-World War II geopolitics, written around 1949 by Robert Nolan. Nolan was a student at the Walsh School of Foreign Service.
In the outline, Nolan mentions that Fr. Walsh's Nuremberg Trials diaries will be utilized as a source for the book.