The League of Nations Archives hold a variety of rich sources on disarmament in the inter-war period:
- League of Nations Council and Assembly documents,
- Publications of the Disarmament Section, initially called the Armament Section,
- Documents of the Disarmament Section (1919-1946) (sub-fonds), Registry files 1919-1927, 1928-1932 and 1933-1948 (series) and Section files 1919-1946 (series),
- Private Papers of persons working with disarmament questions at the League of Nations, for example Thanassis Aghnides (1889-1984), James Eric Drummond (1876-1951), Joseph Avenol (1879-1952) and Nicolas Socrate Politis (1872-1942),
- Brochure and Pamphlet Collection (sub-fonds) with the series Peace Movements (1917-1946), Securitie (DB) (Military Science) (1922-1950), and Desarmaments, Armes, Energie Atomique,
- Visual Material Collection (finding aids are available in the Reading Room), in particular "Poster Collection, Volume I: International Peace Movement and League of Nations" and "Caricatures: League of Nations 1929-39",
- Posters and caricatures in "Museum Collection" (index is available in the Reading Room),
- Collections of the International Peace Bureau (IPB) and IPM/FRK Deutsche Friedenskartell (Quidde Collection) (sub-fonds).
Please note that some of the sub-fonds and series do not yet have a detailed description in the Archives Catalogue. Printed finding aids can be consulted in the Archives' Reading Room.
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