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The collection contains propaganda leaflets and materials created by the Psychological Warfare Branch, along with descriptions of target audiences, information on the purpose of the leaflets, and translations. Selected examples of Japanese propaganda leaflets for Australian and U.S. troops are included. Additional items include newspapers published by the Office of War Information in the Philippines, photographs, posters, and Sandberg's diary from May 1943 through June 1945.
The collection consists of many small pamphlets on varying topics from the Soviet Union, also called the United Soviety Socialist Republics between 1922-1991. and . The dates of the pamphlets range from 1982-2005, but primarily include pamphlets written between 1987 and 1989. The subjects of most of the pamphlets are glasnost and perestroika and issues surrounding both. The issues include space exploration, weapons, culture, armament, human rights, sports, and the environment.