Scope and Content: This series primarily contains publications related to the resistance movement in Nazi Germany, and books containing compilations of New Zealand literature. There are also publications concerning grammar and the German Language . Some books are annotated.
Where possible, arrangement is alphabetical according to author. Where an author was not given, arrangement is alphabetical according to title.
Title: Title is based on contents of the series.
Related Material: There are books in this series which deal with the resistance movement in Nazi Germany. Other material concerning this topic can be found in series 2, series 3, sub-series 2, and series 4.
The books found in this series which deal with New Zealand Literature were likely used by the Hübeners for their work with Dominion Literature. Other material concerning this topic can be found in series 3, sub-series 2.
The German Language and grammar books found in this series were likely used in conjunction with some of the university classes which Jean and/or Gustav Hübener taught. Other material relating to these subjects can be found in series 3, sub-series 1.
Publications with Authors Indicated
1. Heuss, Theodor. 20 July 1944.
2. Kahle, Paul E. Bonn University in Pre-Nazi and Nazi Times. London: Portsoken Press, 1945.
3. Leber, Annedore. Den Toten Immer Lebendigen Freunden.
4. Otto, Emil. German Conversation-Grammar. Heidelberg: Julius Groos, 1930.
5. Sievers, Eduard. Angelsachsischen Grammatik, 1908.
6. Schneider, Von Reinhold. Gedenkwort zum 20 Juli., 1947.
7. Trueman, Albert William. The University of Manitoba Inaugural Address as Albert William Trueman as President of the
University. Oct. 24, 1945.
8. Wilcox, Dora. Samual Butler in Canterbury, New Zealand. Australian English Association.
Publications With No Author Indicated
of New Zealand Literature. New Zealand Authors Week Committee,
10. Art in New Zealand. September, 1934.
11. Books on Persecution, Terror and Resistance in Nazi Germany. Series 1. London: The Weiner Library, 1949.
12. A British White Paper: Germany No.2 (1939) Papers Concerning the Treatment of German Nationals in Germany 1938-1939.
Toronto: Musson, 1939.
13. First International Conference on the History of the European Resistance Movement. General Report, 1958.
14. The German Church Conflict. Geneva, 1938.
15. International Summer Seminar in Germany. July 1st to August 15th, 1948.
16. The Journal of the German Society. Dec. 1934.
17. Packet of Publications Concerning New Zealand Literature.
a) Art in New Zealand. March, 1934.
b) New Zealand Best Poems of 1932. Ed. C. A. Marris. Wellington: Harry H. Tombs.
c) New Zealand Best Poems of 1933. Ed. C. A. Marris. Wellington: Harry H. Tombs.
d) The New Zealand Mercury. No. 9, 1933.
e) The New Zealand Mercury. Vol. II, no. 2. May 1934.
18. Progress Report No. 4 (1958). Amsterdam, Herengracht. Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation.
19. Smith. Northampton, Massachusetts: Smith College.
20. Sydney. Leaflet, no. 18, June 1934.
21. 20 Juli 1944. Hamburg: Satz un Druck.
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