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Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public mainly abroad, particularly the United States, on the Munich Crisis, Germany, Czechoslovakia [later Czech Republic and Slovakia], Anglo-American relations and other international affairs; mostly supporting WSC's stance, praising his broadcasts and articles, some making appeals concerning personal matters., 19 Oct 1938 - 05 Dec 1938

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/609A-B

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Correspondents include: N Lidall sending copies of 5 letters from him concerning his dismissal from a consular post; Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Smith; Lindsay Rogers; [Lionel] Miles Mander; James Woods (4); Raymond Swing on broadcasting; Oswald Garrison Villard sending a published open letter to WSC entitled "Issues and Men".Other subjects include: William Randolph Hearst's attitude.Also includes: cuttings, mainly US, including articles by Walter Lippman and Douglas Jerrold; file note by WSC's secretary "K H" [Kathleen Hill]; paper entitled "Democracy Died at Munich" by James Baber.


  • Creation: 19 Oct 1938 - 05 Dec 1938

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2 file(s) (2 bound files (273 folios))

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