Place Entry/Germany
NotesFor period 1945-1990 see East Germany and West Germany.

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MS 4293 ff. 77-82[I.R. Young?], 'The youth movement in Germany, January - July 1933'17 July 1939MSS/4284-4296/4293/77-82
Fisher 17, ff. 15-26ARMED SERVICES - restrictions on the MARRIAGE of British servicemen with foreigners; moral welfare of British servicemen in GERMANY1946Fisher/1-271/11-22/17/15-26
Fisher 45, ff. 142-229Visit by Archbishop Fisher to GERMANY1948-1949Fisher/1-271/39-50/45/142-229
Lang 320, ff.1-274Persecution of the Churches in GERMANYLang/320/1-274
Benson 74 ff.13-26GERMANY1889-1890Benson/74/13-26
Fisher 1, ff. 362-5Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1945Fisher/1-271/1-10/1/362-5
Lang 319Germany1934-1936Lang/319
Lang 183, ff. 34-5Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1941Lang/1-186/183/34-5
Lang 129, ff. 149-53 passimPersecution of the Churches in GERMANY1934Lang/1-186/129/149-53
Lang 162, ff. 80-1Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/162/80-1
Fisher 57, ff. 225-323, 360-2Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1949Fisher/1-271/51-66/57/225-323, 360-2
Fisher 2, ff. 124-46 passimPost-war reconstruction of GERMANY1945Fisher/1-271/1-10/2/124-46 passim
Lang 156, ff. 5-17, 80-101Proposed return to GERMANY of former German colonies in AFRICA, including TANGANYIKA1937Lang/1-186/156/5-17, 80-101
Lang 140, ff. 278-83, 387-9Effects of the Treaty of Versailles in GERMANY1936Lang/1-186/140/278-83, 387-9
Lang 163, ff. 36-61, 262-7Proposed return to GERMANY of former German colonies in AFRICA, including TANGANYIKA1938Lang/1-186/163/36-61, 262-7
Lang 161, ff. 9-27 passimGERMANY1937-1938Lang/1-186/161/9-27 passim
Lang 166, ff. 428-34Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/166/428-34
Lang 161, ff. 214-26GERMANY - speeches by Hitler and Mussolini on cooperation with ITALY1937Lang/1-186/161/214-26
Lang 152, ff. 146-53Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY; REFUGEES - assistance for refugees, particularly from Germany1937Lang/1-186/152/146-53
Fisher 18, ff. 270-382GERMANY1946Fisher/1-271/11-22/18/270-382
MS 3186-3188Persecution of the Church in Germany1933-1937MSS/3186-3188
Fisher 29, ff. 1-170Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1947Fisher/1-271/23-38/29/1-170
Fisher 45, ff. 113-41Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1948Fisher/1-271/39-50/45/113-41
Fisher 133, f. 342GERMANY1953Fisher/1-271/118-133/133/342
Fisher 219, ff. 235-63 passimGERMANY1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/219/235-63 passim
Lang 119, ff. 180-2Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY1933Lang/1-186/119/180-2
Lang 37Germany1933-1935Lang/1-186/37
Lang 164, f. 143Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/164/143
Fisher 137, f. 168Moral welfare of British servicemen in GERMANY1954Fisher/1-271/134-151/137/168
Lang 126, ff. 249-56Condemnation of concentration camps in GERMANY1934Lang/1-186/126/249-56
Lang 126, ff. 81-96Return of the Saar to GERMANY1934Lang/1-186/126/81-96
Fisher 92, ff. 1-2GERMANY1951Fisher/1-271/79-93/92/1-2
Davidson 13, ff.2-5GERMANY. Anglo-German relations.Davidson/1-26/13/2-5
Fisher 64, ff. 52-6GERMANY1949Fisher/1-271/51-66/64/52-6
Fisher 7, ff. 49-274Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1945Fisher/1-271/1-10/7/49-274
Davidson 491, ff.90-93Work of the Student Christian Movement in GERMANY. 1911Davidson/218-516/491/90-93
Tait 185 ff. 97-116OLD CATHOLICS1872Tait/161-296/185/97-116
Davidson 522, ff.359-361Economic collapse in GERMANY.1924Davidson/517-523/522/359-61
Fisher 80, ff. 92-6GERMANY1951Fisher/1-271/79-93/80/92-6
Tait 95 ff. 183-208 passimCorrespondence and papers on the OLD CATHOLICS in GERMANYTait/76-104/95/183-208 passim
Fisher 204, ff. 52-61 passimGERMANY1958Fisher/1-271/199-212/204/52-61 passim
Davidson 336, ff.52-398GERMANY. Anglo-German relations.Davidson/218-516/336/52-398
Ramsey 58, ff. 62-89Correspondence and papers on Archbishop Ramsey's visit to GERMANY1964Ramsey/4-287/1964/58/62-89
Tait 194 ff. 97-113ORDINATION1873Tait/161-296/194/97-113
Tait 424 ff. 26-9GERMANY1857Tait/409-442/409-424/424/26-9
Davidson 100, ff.170-175GERMANY. Consecration of the Lutheran cathedral in Berlin.1905Davidson/27-217/100/170-175
Davidson 215, ff.22-23GERMANY. Visit by the bishop of Gloucester.1927Davidson/27-217/215/22-23
Ramsey 84, f. 57Note on the evangelical church in GERMANY1965Ramsey/4-287/1965/84/57
MS 1946 f.206Letter from George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester, to William Temple, Archbishop of York, and (1942) Canterbury7 November 1934MSS/1946/206
Bell 365Newspaper album on Germany1942-1947Bell/184-368/356-366/365
Bell 282Notes on visit to GermanyOctober 1945Bell/184-368/239-298/282
Lang 140, ff. 316-39Church of England policy towards BIRTH CONTROL; persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1936Lang/1-186/140/316-39
Davidson 184, ff.227-28GERMANY. Admission of German Lutherans to Anglican Holy Communion.1913Davidson/27-217/184/227-28
Tait 409 ff. 302-11GERMANY1857Tait/409-442/409-424/409/302-11
Tait 80 ff. 1-4EWALD (Georg Heinrich August von), German scholarc. 1860Tait/76-104/80/1-4
Tait 409 ff. 114-23GERMANY1866Tait/409-442/409-424/409/114-23
Tait 195 ff. 186-90CHURCH (Richard William), Dean of St. Paul's1873Tait/161-296/195/186-90
Tait 2 ff. 2-46GERMANY[1834]Tait/1-75/2/2-46
Lang 99, ff. 206-30GERMANY1930Lang/1-186/99/206-30
Benson 9 ff.96-7GERMANY1883Benson/9/96-7
Lang 120, ff. 42-3Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY1933Lang/1-186/120/42-3
Davidson 112, ff.71-92GERMANY. Anglo-German relations.1906Davidson/27-217/112/71-92
Bell 226, ff. 1-4Correspondence with Rev. Joseph Houldsworth OLDHAM, secretary of the International Missionary Council1933Bell/184-368/221-237/226/1-4
Tait 11 ff. 1-76GERMANY1839Tait/1-75/11/1-76
MS 4872 ff. 19-36Papers relating to an appeal for refugees in Germany and Austria1951-1952MSS/4866-4872/4872/19-36
Tait 324 ff. 1-6GERMANY1839Tait/307-389/324/1-6
Tait 323 ff. 6-7GERMANY1839Tait/307-389/323/6-7
Davidson 204, ff.405-412GERMANY. German war guilt.1924Davidson/27-217/204/405-412
Tait 48 ff. 17-19GERMANYTait/1-75/48/17-19
Davidson 100, ff.54-62GERMANY. Anglo-German relations.1905Davidson/27-217/100/54-62
Benson 80 ff.425-30GERMANY1889Benson/80/425-30
Davidson 400, ff.317-73GERMANY1920-1921Davidson/218-516/400/317-73
Tait 14 ff. 1-24GERMANYTait/1-75/14/1-24
Bell 219, ff. 247-52GERMANYJune 1952Bell/184-368/219-220/219/247-52
Davidson 5/97-9GERMANY. Anglo-German relationsDavidson/1-26/5/97-9
Tait 95 ff. 79-80MÜNSTER (Count Georg Herbert von), German Ambassador in London[1875]Tait/76-104/95/79-80
Tait 244 ff. 144-5MÜNSTER (Count Georg Herbert von), German Ambassador in London1876Tait/161-296/244/144-5
Lang 123, ff. 178-84Congress of the INTERNATIONAL PENAL AND PENITENTIARY COMMISSION in GERMANY1934Lang/1-186/123/178-84
W.Temple 25, ff. 95-106GERMANY4 June 1934W.Temple/1-62/25/95-106
MS 4729 f. 6Letter from Dr Nils Ehrenstöm, Director of the World Council of Churches, Geneva15 Mar 1954MSS/4729/6
MS 2649 ff. 170-210Reports of the occupation of Jugoslavia [Yugoslavia] by Germany1941-1942MSS/2615-2650/2649/152-210/170-210
W.Temple 25, ff. 107-13GERMANY6, 14 Dec 1938W.Temple/1-62/25/107-13
MS 2643 ff. 343-50German National Socialist paper entitled 'Holy is the blood'20th centuryMSS/2615-2650/2643/343-50
W.Temple 26, ff. 149-50Arthur Cayley HEADLAM, Bishop of Gloucester27 May 1935W.Temple/1-62/26/149-50
Bell 1-64German Church Papers1924-1958Bell/1-64
Fisher 219, ff. 239-54 passim, 275GERMANY1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/219/239-54 passim, 275
Bell 363 Newspaper album on Germany1936-1939Bell/184-368/356-366/363
Lang 114, ff. 80-4Effects of the Treaty of Versailles in GERMANY1932Lang/1-186/114/80-4
Lang 158, ff. 97-8Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/158/97-8
Fisher 186, f. 337GERMANY1957Fisher/1-271/183-194/186/337
Bell 358Newspaper album on Germany1932-1934Bell/184-368/356-366/358
Bell 359Newspaper album on GermanyApril - September 1934Bell/184-368/356-366/359
Benson 65 ff.310-13, 320, 330-8GERMANY1888Benson/65/310-13, 320, 330-8
Bell 346, ff. 39-58 GERMANY1941Bell/184-368/342-355/346/39-58
Bell 360Newspaper album on GermanyOctober - December 1934Bell/184-368/356-366/360
Bell 344 ff. 1-7GERMANY1929Bell/184-368/342-355/344/1-7
Bell 361Newspaper album on Germany1935Bell/184-368/356-366/361
Ramsey 316, ff. 22-25Sermons, addresses and articles5 April 1963Ramsey/314-320/316/22-25
MS 1993, ff.72-152vSurveys of churches in GermanyMSS/1977-1993/1993/72-152v
MS 1943, ff.15-30, 59-66Letters describing tour in Germany1828MSS/1943/15-30, 59-66
MS 2643 ff. 75-83, 197-8Accounts of visits to Germany1933, 1936MSS/2615-2650/2643/75-83, 197-8
MS 2640 ff. 201-203vNotes of conversations concerning Germany1944MSS/2615-2650/2640/201-203v
MS 2630 ff. 146-7Programme of Anglo-German theological conference at Wartburg, Germany1928MSS/2615-2650/2630/67-224/146-7
MS 2644 ff. 88-92'Memorandum of the Lithuanian Bishops to the German occupation authorities'1942MSS/2615-2650/2644/88-92
MS 4527Letters of William Temple to his mother Beatrice Temple1905-1910MSS/4514-4534/4519-4529/4522-4529/4527
MS 4659Travel Journal of Rev. Laughton Alison 25 Mar 1887-4 May 1887MSS/4654-4659/4659
MS 647, f. 220r-vNews from GERMANY.1583MSS/647-662/647/220r-v
MS 2639 ff. 129-48'Is there to be a State Church?'[1936]MSS/2615-2650/2639/129-48
MS 2639 ff. 188-95'An example of Hitler-diplomacy - the case of Austria'1939MSS/2615-2650/2639/188-95
MS 2461Diaries and travel journals1833MSS/2452-2502/2458-2494/2461
MS 2639HEADLAM PAPERS1932-1946MSS/2615-2650/2639
MS 2643 ff. 327-34Memorandum on school registration and Catholic Confessional schools1936-1937MSS/2615-2650/2643/327-34
MS 2644 ff. 145-53Account of the occupation of Latvia by Germany1944MSS/2615-2650/2644/145-53
MS 2643 ff. 352-65Anglo-German Information Servicec. 1933MSS/2615-2650/2643/352-65
MS 2643 ff. 13-41Address on 'The Hitler Movement'1933MSS/2615-2650/2643/13-41
Bell 348, ff. 16-39GERMANY1948Bell/184-368/342-355/348/16-39
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 131 October 1933CFR/1/2/1/1/22
MS 2523 ff. 5-7v'Thorder off discipline in the Englishe churche off Franckforde received'. [1555]MSS/2523/5-7v
Tait 90 ff. 179-82, 250-5OLD CATHOLICS1872Tait/76-104/90/179-82, 250-5
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 11933CFR/1/2/1/1/10
MS 648, f. 78Roll of army coming out of Germany by STANDEN (Sir Anthony), alias La Faye and Andree Sandal, English Catholic and agent of Anthony Bacon.[1591]MSS/647-662/648/78
MS 668THOMAS MURRAY PAPERSEarly 17th centuryMSS/668
MS 648, f. 8r-vRoll of army from GERMANY[1591]MSS/647-662/648/8r-v
MS 1991Denmark, 1852 (ff. 28-73, 86-126v), Germany (ff. 1-26v, 127-44), Portugal (ff. 146-169v), Sweden (ff. 74-85v). May 1852; June 1853; May 1854. 1852-1854MSS/1977-1993/1991
Tait 24 ff. 55-72 passimGERMANYTait/1-75/24/55-72 passim
Davidson 192, ff.279-286GERMANY. 400th anniversary of Luther's 95 Theses.1914Davidson/27-217/192/279-286
Bell 65 Germany1931 - 1958Bell/65-117/65
Bell 270Pocket notebook1937-1938Bell/184-368/239-298/270
Bell 368, ff. 41-53BETHGE (Pastor Eberhard), biographer of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.1966Bell/184-368/367-368/368/41-53
Lang 157, ff. 100-2Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/157/100-2
CFR CFR 17/16General Secretary: Canon Herbert Waddams: private diary no. 1617 April-9 May 1950CFR/1/3/17-16
Bell 349Sermons and Addresses1950-1957Bell/184-368/342-355/349
FP Blomfield 46, ff. 277-9Letter on Lutheranism in GERMANYFP/Blomfield/1-60/46/277-9
Carey/ELRC/1991/14Germany: Kirchentag1991Carey/ELRC/1991/14
Lang 170, ff. 92-112, 219-20, 241-3Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY; REFUGEES - assistance for refugees, particularly from Germany1939Lang/1-186/170/92-112, 219-20, 241-3
Lang 164, ff. 307-13Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY; REFUGEES - assistance for refugees, particularly from Germany; RUCKINGE, Kent - permission for a Jew to give an address in the parish hall 1938Lang/1-186/164/307-13
Bell 347 Sermons and Addresses1945-1947Bell/184-368/342-355/347
Bell 283Diary of visits to Germany1945-1946Bell/184-368/239-298/283
Bell 284Notes and diary on Germany1946Bell/184-368/239-298/284
Benson 73 ff.40-55MARRIAGE: Correspondence on the marriage of foreign residents in England1889Benson/73/40-55
Benson 87 ff.429-30RIDDING (George), Bishop of Southwell.1890Benson/87/429-30
Fisher 7, ff. 1-23GERMANY1945Fisher/1-271/1-10/7/1-23
Fisher 24, ff. 186-96Visit by Arthur Stuart DUNCAN-JONES, Dean of Chichester, to GERMANY1947Fisher/1-271/23-38/24/186-96
Lang 162, ff. 402-3Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY; REFUGEES - assistance for refugees, particularly from Germany1938Lang/1-186/162/402-3
Fisher 23, ff. 109-66ARMED SERVICES - moral welfare of British servicemen; moral welfare of British servicemen in GERMANY1947Fisher/1-271/23-38/23/109-66
Fisher 39, ff. 196-209ARMED SERVICES - moral welfare of British servicemen; moral welfare of British servicemen in GERMANY1948Fisher/1-271/39-50/39/196-209
CFR G 35/1World Council of Churches: General papers and correspondence1937-1949CFR/1/4/35-1
Bell 271Commonplace book1937-1948Bell/184-368/239-298/271
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 130 May 1934CFR/1/2/1/1/45
CFR CFR 17/13General Secretary: Canon Herbert Waddams: private diary no. 1312-24 April 1948CFR/1/3/17-13
Tait 23 ff. 36-79 passimAUSTRIA and GERMANY1851Tait/1-75/23/36-79 passim
Tait 179 ff. 342-3, 346-7BIBER (George Edward) , Vicar of Roehampton, Surrey1872Tait/161-296/179/342-3, 346-7
Davidson 154, ff.88-93HOLY COMMUNION: Admission of members of other churches 1909Davidson/27-217/154/88-93
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 1[1933]CFR/1/2/1/1/28
CFR CFR 19/2General Secretary: Canon John Satterthwaite1955-1963CFR/1/3/19-2
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 114 October 1933CFR/1/2/1/1/17
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 120 September 1933CFR/1/2/1/1/23
Fisher 5, ff. 1-24GERMANY 1944-1945Fisher/1-271/1-10/5/1-24
Lang 100, ff. 339-40Effects of the Treaty of Versailles in GERMANY1930Lang/1-186/100/339-40
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 126 July 1933CFR/1/2/1/1/8
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 14 June 1934CFR/1/2/1/1/47
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 122 March 1934CFR/1/2/1/1/37
CFR RC 156-160Relations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: GermanyCFR/6/3/6
Lang 191, f. 144Persecution of the Churches in GERMANYLang/189-192/191/144
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 1[1933-1934]CFR/1/2/1/1/32
CFR CFR 18/35General Secretary: Canon Herbert Waddams: private diary no. 355-11 February 1955CFR/1/3/18-35
Davidson 145, ff.232-240HOLY COMMUNION: Admission of members of other churches1908Davidson/27-217/145/232-240
CFR CFR DOC 1/1-50CFR Meetings: bound documents series 125 August 1933CFR/1/2/1/1/11
Fisher 15, ff. 50-305Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1946Fisher/1-271/11-22/15/50-305
MS 307ARMORIAL c.1600MSS/307
Runcie/EV/1983/1Germany visits1982Runcie/EV/1983/1
Runcie/ELRC/1983/3East Germany1983Runcie/ELRC/1983/3
MS 669THOMAS MURRAY PAPERSEarly 17th centuryMSS/669
FP Blomfield 53, ff. 32-3FRANCEFP/Blomfield/1-60/53/32-3
Fisher 330/87C. C. G. [Control Commission for Germany] Chaplains 16 Dec 1948 Fisher/330/75-217/87
MS 4655Travel Journal of Rev. Laughton Alison 25 Sep 1865-4 Oct 1865MSS/4654-4659/4655
Lang 161, ff. 148-53, 269-70Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/161/148-53, 269-70
Lang 172, f. 230Proposed return of former German colonies to GERMANY, including TANGANYIKA1939Lang/1-186/172/230
Lang 157, ff. 133-5 passimPosition of Christians in CZECHOSLOVAKIA; persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1938Lang/1-186/157/133-5 passim
Lang 147, ff. 272-5Proposed return to GERMANY of former German colonies in AFRICA, including TANGANYIKA1936Lang/1-186/147/272-5
Lang 140, ff. 1-10Persecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY; REFUGEES - assistance for refugees, particularly from Germany1936Lang/1-186/140/1-10
Lang 165, ff. 317-19Proposed return to GERMANY of former German colonies in AFRICA, including TANGANYIKA1938Lang/1-186/165/317-19
Lang 169, ff. 108-17 AFRICA - proposed return of former German colonies to GERMANY, including CAMEROON, TANGANYIKA, TOGOLAND1939Lang/1-186/169/108-17
Lang 152, ff. 107-45Visit by Philip Henry KERR, 11th Marquess of Lothian, to GERMANY1937Lang/1-186/152/107-45
MS 4656Travel Journal of Rev. Laughton Alison 10 Jun-5 Jul 1871MSS/4654-4659/4656
Ramsey 88, ff. 163-4Arthur Mervyn STOCKWOOD, bishop of Southwark - correspondence on his visit to GERMANY1965Ramsey/4-287/1965/88/163-4
Tait 208 ff. 200-5FRANCE and GERMANY1875Tait/161-296/208/200-5
Fisher 33, ff. 1-64, 77-86GERMANY1947Fisher/1-271/23-38/33/1-64, 77-86
Fisher 225, ff. 292-8GERMANY - report on the Church in Germany by the Rev. Paul OESTREICHER, Canon of Southwark (1978)1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/225/292-8
Tait 417 ff. 365-6LOFTUS (Lord Augustus William Frederick Spencer), G.C.B.Tait/409-442/409-424/417/365-6
Tait 225 ff. 61-4BERESFORD-HOPE formerly HOPE (Alexander James Beresford), M.P.1876Tait/161-296/225/61-4
Tait 415 ff. 44-50, 56-63LOFTUS (Lord Augustus William Frederick Spencer), G.C.B.Tait/409-442/409-424/415/44-50, 56-63
Tait 172 ff. 140-56BIBER (George Edward) , Vicar of Roehampton, Surrey1871Tait/161-296/172/140-56
W.Temple 25, ff. 189-211GERMANY1939W.Temple/1-62/25/189-211
FP Jackson 52Anglican churches and chapels in Europe: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland1866-1884FP/Jackson/F/52
W.Temple 58, ff. 400-25WAR 1939-459-29 Aug 1944W.Temple/1-62/58/400-25
Bell 226, ff. 33-5Correspondence with Rev. William PATON , secretary of the International Missionary Council1935Bell/184-368/221-237/226/33-5
MS 2643 ff, 301-8Headlam (Arthur Cayley), Bishop of Gloucester[1938]MSS/2615-2650/2643/301-8
Carey/ELRC/1991/15Germany: Canon Platten's visit1990-1991Carey/ELRC/1991/15
MS 2639 ff. 169-78Headlam (Arthur Cayley), Bishop of Gloucester1939MSS/2615-2650/2639/169-78
MS 2643HEADLAM PAPERS1933-1945MSS/2615-2650/2643
MS 595 pag. 95Epistola Johannis Christoph. Wagenseilii, 1684. de tentati per Papam [Innocent XI] Principum Germaniae Protestantium reconciliatione. MSS/595/36
MS 703Shrewsbury Papers1526-1690MSS/694-710/703
MS 664THOMAS MURRAY PAPERSEarly 17th centuryMSS/664
MS 697Shrewsbury Papers1549-1584MSS/694-710/697
W.Temple 25, ff. 7-94GERMANY21 Oct 1933-11 Dec 1934W.Temple/1-62/25/7-94
Runcie/ELRC/1984/7Germany: contacts1984Runcie/ELRC/1984/7
CFR CFR 17/5General Secretary: Canon Herbert Waddams: private diary no. 526 November - 14 December 1945CFR/1/3/17-5
Carey/PHOTO/61Germany visit, 19921992Carey/PHOTO/61
Benson 15 ff.55-60GERMANY - Letter and notes on relations between German and English Protestants1884Benson/15/55-60
MS 935Miscellaneous Papers1594-1708MSS/929-942/935
Lang 24, ff. 342-50Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY, including statements by Arthur Cayley HEADLAM, Bishop of Gloucester Lang/1-186/24/342-50
MS 2238, ff.90-116Account by the Revd. Ivan Richard Young, Vicar of Kensworth, of a visit to Sweden September 1938MSS/2238/90-116
MS 667THOMAS MURRAY PAPERSEarly 17th centuryMSS/667
MS 708Shrewsbury Papers1582-1638MSS/694-710/708
Benson 9 ff.84-7GERMANY1883Benson/9/84-7
Runcie/ECFC/1985/4Old Catholic Church: Germany1985Runcie/ECFC/1985/4
Bell 219, ff. 243-6GERMANY1952 Bell/184-368/219-220/219/243-6
Davidson 412, ff.231-249GERMANY - French treatment of German prisoners in the Ruhr1923Davidson/218-516/412/231-249
CFR LRC 40-83Germany7 Jun 1933-7 Oct 1981CFR/4/3/10
W.Temple 25, ff. 114-188GERMANY1938W.Temple/1-62/25/114-188
W.Temple 25, ff. 1-6GERMANY2 Feb 1915W.Temple/1-62/25/1-6
Lang 38Germany1933-1939Lang/1-186/38
Lang 129, ff. 340-52Return of the Saar to GERMANY1934Lang/1-186/129/340-52
Lang 126, ff. 257-62Report on education in GERMANY1934Lang/1-186/126/257-62
Fisher 46, ff. 375-83GERMANY - pastoral care and repatriation of German prisoners of war; MARRIAGE - restrictions on German prisoners of war marrying British women1948Fisher/1-271/39-50/46/375-83
Fisher 70, ff. 285-91Post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1950Fisher/1-271/67-78/70/285-91
Fisher 79, ff. 358-72BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES - appointment of B.C.C. delegations overseas; post-war reconstruction of GERMANY1951Fisher/1-271/79-93/79/358-72
Lang 160, ff. 85-6Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY; Arthur Cayley HEADLAM, Bishop of Gloucester - statements on the Churches in Germany1938Lang/1-186/160/85-6
Bell 220Correspondence and papers of G.K.A. Bell on publications by him1928-1954Bell/184-368/219-220/220
Bell 262Diary November 1927-December 1928Bell/184-368/239-298/262
Bell 347, ff. 98-102GERMANYOctober 1945Bell/184-368/342-355/347/98-102
Bell 259Diary1924, 1936Bell/184-368/239-298/259
Bell 278Notes1940-1945Bell/184-368/239-298/278
Tait 8Journal of a tour through BELGIUM, GERMANY and SWITZERLAND17 June-28 July 1837Tait/1-75/8
SSF/5/1/1/6Germany Papers1940-1950SSF/5/1/1/6
SSF/3/10/3Reports on Wayfarers and Vagrancy1924-1986SSF/3/10/3
MS 2644 ff. 49-56Memorandum on the attitude of Lithuania to Germany and Russia1942MSS/2615-2650/2644/49-56
Lang 85, ff. 1-312 passimPersecution of Jews in and assistance for refugees from GERMANY; REFUGEES - assistance for refugees, particularly from Germany; WAR, 1939-45 - assistance for refugees, particularly those interned in Great BritainLang/1-186/85/1-312 passim
Coggan 53, ff.221-227German Evangelical Church28 Jan-31 Mar 1977Coggan/4-220/47-63/53/221-227
Carey/PHOTO/100Visit to Germany 19971997Carey/PHOTO/100
MS 666THOMAS MURRAY PAPERSEarly 17th centuryMSS/666
MS 1944, f.7Sketch of interior at Fulda, Germany1828MSS/1944-1945/1944/7
MS 930Miscellaneous Papers1590-1714MSS/929-942/930
CIO/ABCR/PR/6Press Releases, 19741974CIO/1/2/1/1/6
MS 939Miscellaneous Papers1579-1710MSS/929-942/939
MS 2164, f.10Letter from Baron Christian Carl Josias Bunsen, Prussian minister, sending copies of his liturgical works, and giving an account of the history and purpose of his liturgical studies, including the state of liturgical studies in Germany25 January 1834MSS/2164/1-86/10
Fisher 156, ff. 83-5GERMANY1955Fisher/1-271/152-164/156/83-5
MS 1505'ORDINARIUS DE OFFICIO SEPULTURE', ETC.Late 15th century-early 16th centuryMSS/1501-1551/1505
MS 933Miscellaneous Papers1605-1714MSS/929-942/933
MS 774GERMAN ARMORIAL[c. 1447-1449]MSS/774
MS 1860BISHOP OF FULHAM PAPERSc. 1950MSS/1847-1860/1860
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MS 3433Groser Papers1926-1980MSS/3428-3435/3433
MS 3513Miscellaneous papers of John Selden and Sir Matthew Hale1594-1676MSS/3470-3533/3513
MS 4658Travel Journal of Rev. Laughton Alison 16 Sep 1880-16 Oct 1880MSS/4654-4659/4658
MS 2872 f. 27Letter from John Dury, Protestant divine, to Sir Nathaniel Rich, merchant adventurer13/23 April 1633MSS/2872/27
MS 2944 ff. 41-54Miscellaneous photographsLate 19th centuryMSS/2944/41-54
MS 2644HEADLAM PAPERS1938-1946MSS/2615-2650/2644
MS 2651-2655BUXTON PAPERS1932-1941MSS/2651-2655
MS 2164, f.45Letter from George Combe, phrenologist, on the state of religion in Germany, apparently in connection with his book 'On the relation between religion and science'. Mentions Carlyle and the Chevalier Bunseri.24 February 1847MSS/2164/1-86/45
MS 1944, f.8Sketch of a scene at Marksuhl, Germany1828MSS/1944-1945/1944/8
MS 1789 ff. 3-96Papers of the Westminster Association for the relief of the sufferers by the war in Germany1814-1816MSS/1789/3-96
MS 932Miscellaneous Papers1526-1706MSS/929-942/932
CIO/ABCR/V/32East Germany 1974May 1974CIO/1/2/1/3/32
FP Blomfield 43, ff. 123-4, 157-8PERCEVAL (Arthur Philip), Rector of East Horsley, SurreyFP/Blomfield/1-60/43/123-4, 157-8
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Bell 202Correspondence on Archbishop Lang1924-1950Bell/184-368/202
Bell 204Correspondence as bishop of Chichester1929-1958Bell/184-368/204-218/204
Bell 269Notes and memoranda1935-1948Bell/184-368/239-298/269
MS 665THOMAS MURRAY PAPERSEarly 17th centuryMSS/665
MS 941Miscellaneous Papers1603-1715MSS/929-942/941
MS 942Miscellaneous Papers1522-1705MSS/929-942/942
FP Compton 2Correspondence and papers1676-1712FP/Compton/2
Lang 87, ff. 359-85 passimWAR, 1939-45 - assistance for REFUGEES, particularly those interned in Great BritainLang/1-186/87/359-85 passim
Lang 175, ff. 32-58ANGLICAN AND EASTERN CHURCHES ASSOCIATION - criticism of Stephen Graham's Newsletter [News Letter] published by the Anglican and Eastern Churches Association; persecution of the Churches in GERMANY1940Lang/1-186/175/32-58
Lang 184, ff. 254-61Persecution of the Churches in GERMANY; Pro-German sympathies of the RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH in PALESTINE; Persecution of the POLISH ORTHODOX CHURCH 1941Lang/1-186/184/254-61
W.Temple 7, ff. 170-386BRITISH COUNCIL OF CHURCHES26 Feb 1943-Oct 1944W.Temple/1-62/7/170-386
Fisher 31, ff. 241-3ARMED SERVICES - restrictions on the marriage of British servicemen with foreigners; moral welfare of British servicemen in GERMANY; MARRIAGE - restrictions on the marriage of British servicemen with foreigners1947Fisher/1-271/23-38/31/241-3
Tait 10 ff. 1-50 passimAUSTRIA, GERMANY and ITALY1837Tait/1-75/10/1-50 passim
Tait 418 ff. 130-9MILBANKE later MILBANKE-HUSKISSON (Sir John Ralph) , 8th Bart.1857Tait/409-442/409-424/418/130-9
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