The archives' extensive German collections cover German participation in World War I, the 1918–19 revolution, the Weimar Republic, the rise of Nazism, the Third Reich and its leaders, the Allied occupation after World War II, the founding of the Federal and Democratic Republics in 1949, and the reunification in 1990. The library's coverage begins with the establishment of the First Reich and the Reichstag debates of 1871.
German-Polish revolutionary leader and her secretary
German journalist; editor, Simplicissimus, 1929–33
East German artist and peace activist
US consul in Dresden and Munich, 1905–15
Government organization regulating all conferences and conventions in Germany, 1870–1943
Vice-admiral, German Navy, and his sons
US military attaché to Germany, 1935–39
Printed matter related to World War I in Germany and immediately after
Printed matter related to politics in Germany, 1918–44
German organization to promote academic freedom at the Freie Universität Berlin
Miscellaneous photographs, postcards, and slides
Erdelyi, Gabor and Agnes F. Peterson. German Periodical Publications: A Checklist of German Language Serials and Series Currently Received In the Stanford University Libraries. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, 1967.
Heinz, Grete., and Agnes F. Peterson. NSDAP Hauptarchiv: Guide to the Hoover Institution Microfilm Collection. [Stanford, Calif.]: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, 1964.
Petersen, Agnes F. German Collection at the Hoover Institution, with Emphasis on Government Documents, Periodicals, Newspapers, Archival and Special Material: A Survey. Stanford [California: s.n.], 1970.
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