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Literary: Co-operation Press Service: business correspondence., 03 Jan 1939 - Dec 1939

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/638

Scope and Contents

Correspondents include: representatives of Co-operation including its head, Imre Revesz [later Emery Reves]; Wilbur Forrest, Assistant Editor, and Mrs Ogden Reid, the Proprietor of the New York Herald Tribune, on the importance of the American reading public getting up-to-date comment from leading European statesmen; Sir Alexander Cadogan (Foreign Office); A de Premio Real, Chief Editor of L'Ilustre Francais; Thornton Butterworth Limited; Anthony Eden [later Lord Avon] on broadcasting to the United States; Percy Cudlipp, Editorial Manager of the Daily Herald, on the syndication of an article by WSC; Charles Eade, Editor of the Sunday Dispatch.Other subjects include: arrangements for the publication of articles by WSC in the New York Herald Tribune in a series on international affairs by leading European statesmen including WSC, Eden, and Alfred Duff Cooper [later 1st Lord Norwich], and for broadcasts by WSC in the United States through the National Broadcasting Company; growing German control of the Press in European countries including the Baltic states, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Yugoslavia and Scandinavia; details of the world-wide syndication of WSC's articles for use in the preface of "Step by Step"; copyright matters; contemporary foreign affairs; syndicating the series of articles to be published in the Sunday Dispatch.Also includes: an advertisement for the Herald Tribune series; a signed agreement between WSC and Revesz for WSC's US broadcasts; details of which newspapers carried WSC's articles throughout the world during this period, and the payments made for them.


  • 03 Jan 1939 - Dec 1939

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