Unilateral Nuclear Disarmament, 1945 - 1966
Scope and Contents
Comprising typescript and handwritten drafts of material for pamphlets, newspaper articles and talks about Nuclear weapons and disarmament. These include 'Defence in the nuclear age'; 'Civilian Defence'1964; 'Pugwash and disarmament, reflections by an observer'; 'Some reflections on nuclear disarmament' 1964; 'Reflections on defence'; 'Defence Policy' [House of Lords speech, March 1966]; 'Power Politics in the nuclear age' 1962; 'Common sense in defence' 1962; 'What are we trying to defend now'; 'After the test ban treaty'; 'The Multi lateral force'; 'Youth and international relations'; and 'Democratic Cause' [House of commons speech, 1945]. Also includes letters to editors; correspondence from members of the public; the Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Cantuar; and newspaper cuttings.
- 1945 - 1966
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Hall, William Stephen Richard King (1893-1966, Baron King-Hall, author, politician) (Person)
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