1. Secretary of State/ Foreign Affairs - Germany No. 2 (1939): Papers concerning the treatment of German nationals in Germany 1938-1939 - London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1939 - 36 pp. - Paper cover, stapled - These are diplomatic reports and official reports of British diplomats and government officials on witness reports of prisoners about the abuse and humiliation of German minorities by the Nazi regime in prisons and concentration camps.
Condition: staples are somewhat rusty, otherwise good
2. Neville Henderson - Het Engelse Witboek II. End report by Sir Neville Henderson G.C.M.G. about the circumstances that led to the ending of the Mission of Berlin, 20th of September 1939. True and unshortened translation - 's-Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, 1939 - 44 pp. - Paper cover - Henderson was the British Ambassador to Berlin from 1937 to 1939
3. The Times - Hitler step by step 1933-1939. The calendar of aggression - London, The Times, 1939 - 7 pp. - Paper cover - Reprinted from The Times, Tuesday 26 September 1939
Condition: some foxing, light wear, otherwise good
4. W.A. Sinclair - De stem van den Nazi – No place, approx. December 1939/ January 1940 (?) - 8 pp. - Paper cover, stapled- Translated from The Listener from the 21st of December 1939 - Name on front cover and commentary from the time scribbled in the text, contains 2 (radio?-)talks: ,,Bij het luisteren naar Herr Hitler"and ,,Hoe Dr. Goebbels het doet".
Condition: inside staples are a little rusty, otherwise good
5. His Majesty's Stationery Office - Publication by the Norwegian Government from the 14th of April, 1940. The German attack on Norway. Fantastic Dutch translation. - No place, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1940 - 7 pp. - Paper cover
Condition: staples are missing, some rust on those areas, otherwise good
6. No author - De Britsche contrabande-controle - London, 's-Gravenhage, 1940 - 23 pp. - Paper cover, stapled
Condition" paper has some light foxing, staples have light rust, otherwise good