Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
"Approach March": annotated draft extracts and correspondence on JA's experiences in the Balkans, 1939-40, 1939-08 - 1967-08
Mainly letters from JA to Leo Amery from Belgrade [Yugoslavia] and also Istanbul [Turkey], August 1939-July 1940, mainly on his work as a press attaché in Belgrade. Also includes a letter from Sir Ronald Campbell, British Minister at Belgrade to Leo Amery on JA's arrival at his embassy, letters from [Benedict] Humphrey Sumner, Balliol College, University of Oxford, on JA's future (2), and a tribute to 1st Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness].
Was previously labelled as "Press attaché".
Was previously labelled as "Introduction to Yugoslav politics".
"Approach March": annotated draft of chapters 24 and 26, "Picking up the Bits" and "Mihailovitch and Tito", 1967-08
Chapter 26 was previously labelled as "Yugoslav might have been".
"Approach March": annotated typescript of Book III, "With Cloak and Dagger", chapters 12-16, 1970-03 - 1971-08
HAP's logbook as Naval Attaché at Athens [Greece], Ankara [Turkey], Belgrade [Yugoslavia, later Serbia], with letter to HAP from N Christitch, and HAP letters to JP.
2 letters from Admiral of the Fleet Sir [Alfred] Dudley Pound [1st Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff] to HAP.
Minutes on subjects including: the energy crisis; Concorde; relations between Europe and the United States; oil supplies and European foreign policy; a meeting with Egon Bahr; JA's visit to Yugoslavia and meeting with President Josip Tito; progress towards European Monetary Union; European policy on the Mediterranean.
For broadcasts to Albania, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Greece, Portugal, Rumania, Spain, Yugoslavia
Papers from CS's visit to Yugoslavia for trade talks, April-May 1974, including: itinerary and programmes; press release; briefing notes; draft speech notes for CS; press cuttings; correspondence on arrangements and press coverage of the visit.
Booklets on Communism in Jugoslavia
Draft lecture notes on Resistance movements in time of war, particularly relating to JA's own experiences in Yugoslavia.
Subjects include: the military and political situation in the Middle East, particularly Syria; contacts with Yugoslav Government refugees; the need for improved command structure in Cairo [Egypt] to oversee the different services; future tensions between the Arabs and Jews; escorting a party of Yugoslavs back to Montenegro; the need to provide more support for the Yugoslavs.
Letters sent while John Julius was on his way from Belgrade to take up his new post as Second Secretary at the British Embassy in Beirut [Lebanon] and from Beirut itself, on subjects including: disapproval of the new British Ambassador to Yugoslavia, Sir John Nicholls and his wife; the visit to Belgrade by Sir Laurence Olivier and the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre company, with their production of Titus Andronicus. Also includes a postcard from Vivien Leigh.
Letters sent while John Julius was working as Third Secretary at the British Embassy in Belgrade, on subjects including the visit to Yugoslavia by Nikita Khrushchev, Premier of the Soviet Union, June 1955.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.