International Paneuropean UnionDocuments from  to 
This collection consists of photocopied excerpts taken from documents held in the 'Russian State Military Archive' of the 'Federal Archive Service of Russia' in Moscow concerning the International Paneuropean Union. The material is a selection of the correspondence sent and received by R. Coudenhove-Kalergi. In 1924 R. C.-K. set up a Head Office in the Hofburg in Vienna and held a large correspondence with personalities from all over Europe in order to publicise his ideas and set up national committees of the International Paneuropean Union. He also organised 'Paneuropean Congresses' on political, agrarian and economic matters and carried out various opinion polls on Paneuropean matters.
For more information and a bibliography about the 'Special Archive' in Moscow see also www.sonderarchiv.de .
1 m, 30 dossiers
English, French, German, Italian
The material comprising this collection was collated by Ms. Orluc whilst researching in the 'Russian State Military Archive' of the 'Federal Archive Service of Russia' (also known as 'Centr chranenja istoricesko-dokumental'nych kolekcij' and 'Special Archive') in Moscow in fond 554 and 771. The material has been subject to organisation and arrangement at the HAEC in order to present significant files. However, any single piece can be relocated to its original context (Fond/Opis/Delo).
The collection has been arranged and described by R. Meyer-Belardini and Margaret Teichert, November 2001.
'Russian State Military Archive' of the 'Federal Archive Service of Russia'.
Inventory by HAEC.
Location of collection: shelf n°: 17