A Short History of Junkers Camp, Bettenhausen, KasselDonald F. McGonigal, UNRRA, 1947 (monograph) | bit.ly/cfbh_junkers

General Warehouse34
Supply - Food35
Supply - Clothing and Amenities36
Supply - Medical37
Supply - Engineer Items39
Supply - UNRRA39
Supply - "Scrounging"40
Fire Department44
Camp Courts
Theatrical Group46
Permanent Art Exhibits46
Boy Scouts and Girl Guides
Other Clubs and Camp Activities46
Screening and Eligibility47
Chart showing Welfare Organization49
Relations with the Military50
Relations with other UNRRA Echelons
Latvian Administration54
Chart showing entire Camp Administration54
Bad Wiessee Training School55
Area Team55
Evaluation Third Phase55
  Fourth Phase (Jan. 1st. to April 2nd.,1947)          57  
Table showing Camp Population58
Latvian Congress60
Reduction in UNRRA Personnel61
Preparation for Self Government61
Selections of Camp Administrators
Departure of Mme. Laborde64
Evaluation of the Fourth Phase65
  Fifth Phase (April 3rd. to June 30th.,1947)          66  
The New Camp Administrators66
Duties of Camp Administrators67
Functioning of New Administration69
List of Enclosures70.
This content transcribes an original report of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), a separate copy of which is filed in the United Nations Archives (UNA), Reference number: S-1021-0081-05, Title: Monographs - DP-US 20 - Displaced Persons - United States Zone (Germany) - Histories of Individual Camps - History Report No. 30, Report: Baltin Camp in Bettenhausen, Kassel by D. F. McGonigal, Date: April 13, 1945. The UNA grants rights to reproduce with attribution. Additionally, this content is protected as a derivative work under Latvian Copyright Law Chapter 2 § 5 ¶ 3 and as part of a collection under Chapter 3 § 5 ¶ 1.2.

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