Robert Heuck papers
The Robert Heuck papers contain course material from the School of Military Government; military government reports; memos describing telephone conversations, notes, and receipts; and printed materials documenting Robert Heuck’s attendance at military government school in Charlottesville in 1943 and 1944 and his service in the Provisional Military Government in Zwickau in 1945.
School of Military Government course material include lectures on the history, theory, and practice of military government, the Allied governments in North Africa and Italy, economic aspects of the German occupation in Europe, the German military governments in Belgium and France, and Japanese occupation techniques.
Military government reports include reports document the situation of the civil defense, fire, and police departments in Zwickau, daily reports from Heuck to the commanding general of the First United States Army, his own personal daily reports, and his reports to the commanding general of the 76th Infantry Division. They document the status of economics, civil administration, public safety, refugees and displaced persons, and public health in Zwickau as well as Heuck’s daily activities.
Notes about Heuck’s daily activities, receipts from the City Store for two purchases by Heuck, and memoranda describing telephone conversations and messages further document the military government in Zwickau.
Printed materials include two brochures containing pictures and descriptions of Zwickau.
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