Los archivos de la Junta de Custodia de Costa Rica durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Ciudadanos y empresas en las diferentes listas construidas por los gobiernos británico, estadounidense y costarricense

Authors

  • Margarita Torres Hernández
  • Gertrud Peters Solórzano

Keywords:

Data Compilation, Historical Sources, Government Archives, Property, Second World War, Government, History, Costa Rica, United States of America, Great Britain, Japan, Germany, Italy

Abstract

When Costa Rica entered a state of war against Japan, Germany and Italy, measures were taken to preserve internal order and prevent any act that benefited enemy countries, including all activities of the subjects of those nations. In addition, the Enemy Property Custody Board was founded to administer the property of those, under the Economic Lockdown Act in 1942, which absorbed the former Coordination Office. Lists were created of persons or companies that could pose a danger to national and international securities, designed by Great Britain, the United States and the Costa Rican government. Below are the most relevant lists of the investigation; they have been constructed by the project "Change in agricultural property during the Second World War in Costa Rica", through the Archives of the Board of Custody, which are in the National Archives of Costa Rica.

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Published

2002-07-01

How to Cite

Torres Hernández, Margarita, and Gertrud Peters Solórzano. 2002. “Los Archivos De La Junta De Custodia De Costa Rica Durante La Segunda Guerra Mundial. Ciudadanos Y Empresas En Las Diferentes Listas Construidas Por Los Gobiernos británico, Estadounidense Y Costarricense”. Revista De Historia, no. 46 (July): 261-307. https://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/10229.

How to Cite

Torres Hernández, Margarita, and Gertrud Peters Solórzano. 2002. “Los Archivos De La Junta De Custodia De Costa Rica Durante La Segunda Guerra Mundial. Ciudadanos Y Empresas En Las Diferentes Listas Construidas Por Los Gobiernos británico, Estadounidense Y Costarricense”. Revista De Historia, no. 46 (July): 261-307. https://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/10229.

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