George Poage, German Pamphlet Collection, 1848-1961

Collection Overview

Title: George Poage, German Pamphlet Collection, 1848-1961

Record Series: MsC-46

Record Group:


Creator: George Poage

Date: 1848-1961

Extent: 1 box (0.209 linear feet)

Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa

Language: Four items are written in German, and two items are in English.

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Preferred Citation: [Identification of item] in the George Poage collection, 1848-1961, Manuscript Record Series MsC-46, [folder number], University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa

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Historical Note

Dr. George Poage was a UNI history professor for 27 years, 1954-1981. He died in 1990. His obituary may be found in a SC&UA biographical sketch.

Scope and Content

This is a collection of five pamphlets and one broadsheet published between 1848 and 1961. It is unknown when Special Collections acquired this collection from Dr. Poage.


Folder 1: Das Reichsoberhaupt, 1848

Folder 2: Die Danziger Rede des Reichsaußenministers v. Ribbentrop, October 24, 1939

Folder 3: Broadsheet, Frontpost, January 28, 1944

Folder 4: Regierungserklärung vom 20 Oktober 1953

Folder 5: 20 July 1944 (address by Theodor Heuss on the tenth anniversary of the assassination attempt on Hitler's life), July 20, 1944

Folder 6: The Eichman Case—Reactions in West Germany, by Joel Carmichael, summer 1961