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Greenbrier Hotel Mission

List of Internees Memorandum

Description: 
Gives an update on the current number of individuals housed at The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. During World War II, the U. S. State Department and FBI held foreign diplomats and their families while negotiations proceeded with the Axis powers for their exchange. The facility also served as a war hospital. Mentions that a four individuals had been excused by the State Department.
Date: 
1942CE Jan 27th

Foreign Legations List at The Greenbrier, edited

Description: 
Lists foreign diplomats and their families held at The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. during World War II. The U. S. State Department and FBI held these foreign nationals while negotiations proceeded with the Axis powers for their exchange. The facility also served as a war hospital. This document lists their date of arrival at the facility, assigned room, name, place detained, nationality, and age of children (up to 21). Handwritten edits are present. On this list, most of the foreign diplomats held were from Germany and Hungary.
Date: 
1942CE Jan 14th

Foreign Legations List at The Greenbrier as of Fall 1942

Description: 
Lists foreign diplomats and their families held at The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. during World War II. The U. S. State Department and FBI held these foreign nationals while negotiations proceeded with the Axis powers for their exchange. The facility also served as a war hospital. This document lists their date of arrival at the facility, assigned room, name, place detained, nationality, and age of children (up to 21). Handwritten edits are present. On this list, most of the foreign diplomats held were from Germany and Hungary.
Date: 
1942CE Jan 14th

Foreign Legations List at The Greenbrier, Supplement A

Description: 
Lists foreign diplomats and their families held at The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. during World War II. The U. S. State Department and FBI held these foreign nationals while negotiations proceeded with the Axis powers for their exchange. The facility also served as a war hospital. This document lists their date of arrival at the facility, assigned room, name, place detained, nationality, and age of children (up to 21). Checkmarks are next to those individuals from Italy. On this list, most of the foreign diplomats held were from Italy.
Date: 
1942CE Jan 16th

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