Reference numberMDA/A/23/72
Alternative reference numberA3.7
TitleCopy memorandum from Dr A J Staverman, to Sir Henry Thomas Tizard, Royal Society, Burlington House, London, W.1.
Date[June 1945]
DescriptionInformation from the Bureau voor Nederlamsche, regarding the 'de-looting of scientific equipment' in Germany. Includes details about the main types of scientific equipment taken by the Germans from various laboratories in Holland.

Also describes the office for 'Economic interests of the Netherlands in Germany' established for the recovery of looted Dutch property by the Netherlands Government, under the command of Colonel Posthumus Meyes. Staverman reports the difficulties Meyes had encountered in gaining permission to send his officers to Germany, and emphasises the need for a 'a free hand'.
FormatTypescript copy
Access statusOpen
Related materialSee MDA/A/23/166 for a letter on this subject dated 7 Dec 1945
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8290Tizard; Sir; Henry Thomas (1885 - 1959)1885 - 1959
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