Germany. Auswartiges Amt. PAPERS OF GERMAN DIPLOMATS. (NACHLASSE AND ASSERVATE), 1833-1927. (AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION PROJECT II).
Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1958
National Archives microfilm publications. Microcopy no. T 291; v. National Archives record group 242.
Selected microfilm reels contain the papers of various German diplomats. On reel five, the Paul Weitz papers include correspondence related to his business interests in Constantinople (Istanbul). They also contain letters from the families of the Prince of Ratibor and Corvey and the Prince of Schonborg-Waldenburg. The Hans Rudolf Erick von Miguel papers contain essays about Paris, St. Petersburg (Leningrad), and Constantinople. On the sixth reel, the papers of Paul von Hintze an envoy to Peking who became a state-secretary in 1918, contain material from a committee of inquiry into the possibilities of peace in 1917. The papers also explore Papal peace efforts, peace with France and Italy, and private peace initiatives. On the seventh reel, papers originally belonging to Crown-Prince Friedrich Wilhelm, discuss politics from 1879 to 1881 and the assassination of Alexander II of Russia. Other papers on the final reel belonged to Sass, head of the library and political archives of the German Foreign Ministry, and Magnus, who wrote reports on Mexico in 1866 and 1877. The papers are part of the National Archives' collection of seized World War II enemy records.
3 selected microfilm reels (no. 5, 6, 7). Each section is preceded by a table of contents.