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Top secret Cabinet Paper by WSC on nuclear deterrents; the nuclear power of the United States and Soviet Union and considerations about the likelihood of them using nuclear weapons; the importance of NATO's position and nuclear strength; and communication of information and policy to the Soviet Union. He ends "The next two or three years may well be the safest the world will see for a long time. We should remain calm and firm."Printed pamphlet.
Literary: correspondence on publishing WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War"), mainly with representatives of Time-Life International, including Daniel Longwell [editor of Life Magazine], Walter Graebner [London representative], Andrew Heiskell [publisher], Monica Owen Horne, Constance Babbington-Smith, and Renee Harmer., Aug 1945 - Jan 1953
Literary: correspondence on the foreign rights in WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War") and other works, mainly with Emery Reves [earlier Imre Revesz], Q-Z., Jan 1946 - Apr 1955
Literary: correspondence on the serialisation of WSC's war memoirs ("The Second World War") with representatives of the New York Times [United States], and correspondence on foreign editions of the memoirs and other miscellaneous matters, M-Z., Sep 1946 - Dec 1954
Literary: correspondence thanking WSC for complimentary copies and congratulating him on volume 4 ("The Hinge of Fate") of his war memoirs ("The Second World War")., Nov 1950 - Aug 1951
Literary: "The Second World War": preface for the abridged [one-volume] edition [eventually incorporated into the published version as "An Epilogue on the Years 1945 to 1957"] covering WSC's speeches at Fulton [United States] (March 1946) and Zurich [Switzerland] (September 1946), tensions with the Soviet Union, the founding of NATO, the Berlin [Germany] blockade, the European Movement, the atomic bomb, Stalin's death, Indian independence, the Korean War, the creation of Israel, and the United Nations., Feb 1957
Includes proofs, drafts, corrections, and notes annotated by "A H" [Alan Hodge], ?[William Deakin], "A M B" [Anthony Montague Browne], WSC, "D K" [Denis Kelly], and Emery Reves [earlier Imre Revesz], and file covers [added by Martin Gilbert].
Literary: typescript proofs and draft copies [some annotated by WSC] of WSC's article entitled "The new American policy towards Greece and Turkey" [first published in Life magazine] on his speech at Fulton [United States, 5 March 1946], the spheres of influence developing between the Soviet Union and the western powers, United States policy in the Mediterranean and Middle East, Greek affairs including the communist uprising and elections, Soviet aspirations concerning the Bosphorus Straits [Karadeniz Bogazi, Turkey] and Persia [later Iran], and Britain's role in world affairs., 1947
Also includes: notes and annotations by WSC's secretaries "N S" [Jo Sturdee, later Lady Onslow] and "L M M" [Lettice Marston, later Lettice Shillingford]; letter and notes from Anthony Eden [later 1st Lord Avon] on the article.Other subjects include: the publication of the article in the Daily Telegraph.
Cutting from the [Edinb]urgh Post-Gazette of a cartoon depicting Hitler's Czech Barber Shop" showing Adolf Hilter after cutting off the mane of [Neville] Chamberlain's British lion. The lion is seated in the barber's chair looking horrified at his reflection in the mirror.Newspaper cutting annotated with a note "Show Mrs Churchill [CSC]". Keep"