Typescript of lecture by H.G. Alexander. Books and pamphlets by German and Polish authors on the German-Polish partition and on Polish claims to the town of Danzig. Publications of the International Federation of League of Nations Societies. Postcards and publicity material. Maps. Newspaper cuttings.
The H.G. Alexander Minorities Archive
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Horace G. Alexander was lecturer in International Politics at Woodbrook (a training college in Birmingham). He collected material on the problem of the German minorities in Poland after 1919, where the intermingling of Polish and German communities made the partition of Upper Silesia difficult.
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Available to researchers, by appointment.
Not known. Acquired before 1983.
In English, German and French
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