February 11, 1945
Yalta Conference Agreement, Declaration of a Liberated Europe
The text of the agreements reached at the Yalta (Crimea) Conference between President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill and Generalissimo Stalin.
February 12, 1945
Telegrams Regarding Operation Foxley
Telegram arguing for Operation Foxley.
March 12, 1945
Telegram Regarding Operation Foxley II
A telegram outlining target information for Operation Foxley II.
February 23, 1945
Hugh Dalton Diary Entry Concerning Meeting of Churchill with Junior Ministers
Hugh Dalton discusses Churchill's impressions of the Yalta Conference.
March 01, 1945
Memorandum: G. A. F. Personnel in U.S. Custody
German non-technical G.A.F. personnel in U.S. custody including Hans Kammler.
March 04, 1945
British Intelligence Memorandum: Moves of Senior Staffs from Berlin
The memorandum details the movement of German Military SS officials.
March 10, 1945
Telegram Regarding U.S. Participation in Operation Foxley and Foxley II
A telegram asking if the United States Government has approved U.S. action in Operation Foxley II.
March 16, 1945
Telegram from London to New York: Capt. E. H. Bennett
A telegram sharing information regarding Captain E. H. Bennett, who will carry out assassinations for Operation Foxley.
March 22, 1945
Telegram from New York to London Regarding Operation Foxley
Information about an asset that will participate in Operation Foxley.
March 30, 1945
Memorandum: German Non-Technical Personnel in U.S. Custody
German non-technical personnel in U.S. custody including Hans Kammler.
April 02, 1945
Memorandum from Bomber Command Advanced to HQ Bomber Command Air Ministry Whitehall: Target Request
A request for targets to be bombed to support Army personnel.
April 12, 1945
Memorandum: New OKW and OKH HQs in the Berchtesgaden - Reichenhall Area
The British Intelligence memorandum details the movement of German Military headquarters.
April 13, 1945
Stalin’s First Conversation with Ambassador Harriman Following the Death of President Roosevelt
Averell Harriman and Joseph Stalin discuss Harry S. Truman and the death of President Roosevelt.
April 21, 1945
Memorandum from the Fuhrer's Plenipotentiary to SS. Obergruppenfuchrer, Gen Der Waffen, SS. Dr. Kammler: Strahl-Fighter Organization Problems with Supply
German command details a lack of Strahl-Fighter fuel supply and technical assistance in Germany and Czechoslovakia.
April 24, 1945
Letter from Special Agent in Charge E. E. Conroy to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
Further investigation into a proposed organization for the exchange of Soviet and American films is not considered necessary.
May 02, 1945
Memorandum by Sir Orme Sargent, Deputy Under-Secretary at the Foreign Office, to Winston Churchill
Sir Orme Sargent suggests that the recent Soviet hardening towards Great Britain is due to the influence of Stalin's ministers; connects chilled relations with situation in Austria and Poland.
May 02, 1945
British Intelligence Memorandum: Locations of Senior German HQs
The memorandum tracks the movement of German Military headquarters.
May 08, 1945
Act of Military Surrender, Germany
English text of the official act of military surrender to the Allied and Soviet forces signed by German High Command.
May 10, 1945
Memorandum of Radio Exchange between Kammler and Kraft
The radio exchange highlights events in Northern and Southern Europe.
May 17, 1945
Documents Section, Captured Personnel and Material Branch, Report No. 127, enclosing a Translation of a Polish Report Made by Lt. Col. Stefan Mossor on April 21, 1943 on the Katyn Woods Atrocities
This translated document is an eye witness account and summary of a visit Stefan Mossor made to the mass graves in Katyn while he was a German POW.