Herbert Lindberg Papers
Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: Li-Ma, Box 10, Folder: 1
Scope and Content
The collection contains a book written by Dr. Goebbels entitled Vom Kaiserhof zur Reichskanzlei (From the Imperial Palace to the State Chancery) that documents Hitler's rise to power from January of 1932 to May of 1933. Also in this collection are two German work books, a membership book from the German Labor Front and a receipt card as well as an article on Goebbels'youth taken from the U.S. Army publication Yank. The papers of Mr. Lindberg reflect the status of laborers and labor organizations in Nazi Germany.
- 1940 - 1943
- Lindberg, Herbert (Person)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
Refer to the Walter P. Reuther Library
Rules for Use of Archival Materials.
Mr. Lindberg obtained these papers in March of 1945 when he was a member of the United States 9th Army stationed in Europe. They were recovered from the castle of Dr. Josef Goebbels located just outside the city of Rheydt in what is now West Germany. Dr. Goebbels served as Hitler's Minister of Propaganda until his death in 1945.
.25 Linear Feet (1 folder)
Herbert Lindberg served in the Ninth United States Army during World War II. Mr. Lindberg’s papers are composed of materials recovered from the castle of Dr. Josef Goebbels and reflect the status of laborers and labor organizations in Nazi Germany, included is a manuscript written by Dr. Goebbels, “From the Imperial Palace to the State Chancery,” documenting Hitler’s rise to power.
Material arranged in 1 folder.
The papers of Herbert Lindberg were placed in the Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs in May of 1979 by Mr. Lindberg and opened for research in April of 1984.
Processed and finding aid written by Walter P. Reuther Library in April, 1984.
- Guide to the Herbert Lindberg Papers
- Processed by Walter P. Reuther Library.
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