Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum

The Safe Files

FDR Study Franklin Roosevelt's Safe Files, dating from 1933-1945, consist of formerly National Security Classified materials, mainly from the World War II period. The Safe Files include correspondence, reports, and memoranda concerning: the Manhattan Project, the Atlantic Charter and the United Nations, the O.S.S., the War, Navy, Treasury and State Departments, Germany, Japan, Italy, Russia, China, Great Britain and France, General George Marshall, Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, Ambassador Averell Harriman, Admiral Ernest King and Harry Hopkins, as well as the American-British Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pacific War Council, and "Plan Dog".


President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Safe Files.
(Click on a box to view an inventory of its contents)

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