A Democratic German Feminist’s Response to the Catastrophe of National Socialism
For a list of papers in the Anna Haag archive, see Stadtarchiv Stuttgart, Bestände, Findbuch-Net, nichtamtliche Überlieferung, Nachlässe, Haag.
The primary source for the present book are Anna Haag’s Kriegstagebücher. For research purposes the twenty handwritten diaries have been scanned (with the kind permission of Sabine Brügel-Fritzen and the cooperation of the Stadtarchiv) and renumbered as follows.
The pages of the original diaries are not numbered, but almost all entries are dated, so it is possible to give a precise date for almost every quotation.
The page numbers (following the HA number) cited from the scanned version do not correspond to the number of pages in each diary for the following reasons: two diary pages are normally included in a single scan, but some pages had to be scanned several times to accommodate folded-in newspaper cuttings. In addition, almost every diary contains folded-in loose-leaf documents, such as letters, which are included in the scans.
For example HA 3, with 44 numbered scans, records the contents of a securely bound notebook with 72 pages of closely written diary entries covering the period 07.05.1941 – 23.06.1941, together with loose-leaf additions.
The second primary source is the typescript ‘Kriegstagebuch’: Kopie Nr. 1 is perserved at the Stuttgart Stadtarchiv: Lfd.-Nummer 1a
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