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Select Subject Files Relating to Investigations of Alleged Treasonable Utterances by Mark Lewis Streeter Released Under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, compiled 1945 - 1951, documenting the period 1922 - 1951

ARC Identifier 620586 / MLR Number A1 1083

Series from Record Group 60: General Records of the Department of Justice, 1790 - 2002

Details | Scope & Content | Archived Copies | Hierarchy |
Creator(s):Department of Justice. Criminal Division. (1919 - )
Type(s) of Archival Materials:Textual Records
Contact(s):

National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (Civilian) (RD-DC-2-CIV), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001. PHONE: 301-837-3510; FAX: 301-837-1752; EMAIL: Archives2reference@nara.gov.

 
Inclusive Dates:1945 - 1951
Coverage Dates:1922 - 1951
Date Note:The bulk of these records are from the period from 1945 to 1951. Although this series was created in 1951, material in it dates back to 1922.
Part Of:Record Group 60: General Records of the Department of Justice, 1790 - 2002
Includes: 115 file units described in ARCSearch within this Series
Arrangement:Arranged in two groups. Boxes in the first group are arranged alphabetically by folder title. Boxes in the second group are arranged alphabetically by document type.
Function and Use:This series consists of records released in compliance with the Nazi War Crimes, and Japanese Imperial Government, Disclosure Acts (Public Laws 105-246 and 105-567). The Acts call for the Interagency Working Group (IWG) to locate, inventory, recommend for declassification, and make available all classified Nazi and Japanese war criminal records, subject to certain specified exceptions. The IWG tasked Federal agencies, including the Department of Justice (DOJ), to search their record holdings for relevant war criminal and war crimes documents responsive to personal name and subject terms identified by the IWG. In complying with the Acts, the DOJ selected the records that now make up this series from among its Central Criminal Division Index File and Associated Records.
Access Restriction(s):Restricted - Partly
FOIA (b)(1) National Security, Confidential
FOIA (b)(7) Law Enforcement
Most documents have been declassified, but some are still classified and unavailable for research. Withdrawal sheets giving information necessary for mandatory declassification review requests have replaced the classified documents in the open folders.
Use Restriction(s):Restricted - Possibly
Copyright
Some or all of the records may be subject to copyright restrictions. Researchers should contact the publisher for further information.
 
Finding Aid Type:Folder List
Finding Aid Note:A copy of the folder list can be found in the research room.
Finding Aid Source:NARA
 
Variant Control Number(s):Agency-Assigned Identifier: 146-28-1935
"Treasonable Utterances" was a file subject represented by "146-28" under an earlier version of the Department of Justice File Classification System. The final four numbers identify the specific case.
HMS/MLR Entry Number: A1 1083
 
Lifecycle Tracking Information 
Accession Number(s):NN3-060-98-15

 

 
 

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