Special correspondence: Myron Taylor, 1942-07 - 1955-02
Scope and Contents
Correspondence with Taylor on subjects including: Anglo-American economic relations, particularly Imperial Preference; the death of King George VI; British policy in the Middle East; the future of Korea; the chances of European union, particularly relating to the attitude of the Soviet Union; plans for an international organization for peace and security; LSA's views on the future of the Pacific.
Other correspondents include: Dwight D Eisenhower, President of the United States and John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State, thanking Taylor for sending them copies of LSA's "A Balanced Economy"; Basil Liddell Hart.
Also includes: note on British rights in Sinai [Egypt]; note by LSA on the state of Europe in January 1940; note on German reconstruction (1945); notes on the situation in Italy (February 1945); press release on American relief for Italy; memorandum by Taylor on the post-war rehabilitation of Germany and permanent peace in Europe.
- 1942-07 - 1955-02
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The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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