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The study is based on formerly classified materials from Polish government archives, the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford, and the Open Society Archives in Budapest.
Confidential Mailing Plan," FEP Plans and Analysis Department, September 6, 1956, Box 262, RFE/RL Corporate Records, Hoover Institution Archives.
Such collections are located at Stanford University's Hoover Institution Archives and Columbia University's Bakhmeteff collection, as well as, to some extent, in the Open Society Archives in Budapest.
In his diaries, housed at the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University, General Stilwell complained repeatedly about Chiang (or as Stilwell called Chiang, "the Peanut") for his ungrateful attitude toward U.
While he has certainly done this, there is also a significant amount of archival material included in the research, mainly from the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University, but also from archives in Russia and the United Kingdom, which makes for a more rounded volume of research and gives the work an originality it might otherwise have lacked.
If you have a particular interest and want to know about Hoover's collections, write to Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
A wealth of ideas; revelations from the Hoover Institution Archives.