Skip to main content

General correspondence, 1939-1940

 File
MS. Berlin 107

  • How to
    request
Includes letters from
  1. (fol. 43) Antony Andrewes, 1939
  2. (fols. 54-5, 125, 149, 261-2) J.E.G. Asquith, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Asquith, 1939-1940
  3. (fols. 95, 219-220) A.J. Ayer, 1939-1940
  4. (fol. 259) John Balfour, 1940
  5. (fol. 251) Norman Bentwich, 1940
  6. (fols. 52, 76, 156) T.S.R. Boase, 1939
  7. (fols. 63, 67) R.B. Braithwaite, about providing assistance to Friedrich Waismann, 1939
  8. (fols. 50-51, 62) Guy Branch, 1939
  9. (fol. 171) Guy Burgess, 1939
  10. (fols. 94, 121, 173-174, 263-266) Lord David Cecil, 1939-1940
  11. (fols. 1-3, 79-84) E.M. Chilver, 1939
  12. (fols. 139, 143, 150) G.D.H. Cole, about Berlin's book on Marx, 1939
  13. (fols. 91, 106) W.G. Ettinghausen, 1939
  14. (fol. 163) Geoffrey Faber, 1939
  15. (fols. 34, 37-38) H.A.L. Fisher, 1939
  16. (fols. 90, 108, 226-229) Lettice Fisher to E.F.L. Wood, 1st Earl Halifax and Alfred Duff Cooper, about the possibility of a wartime post for Berlin, 1939-1940
  17. (fols. 114-120) Marion Frankfurter, about the American attitude to the war, 1939
  18. (fols. 226-227) E.F.L. Wood, 1st Earl Halifax, 1940
  19. (fol. 206) Barbara Halpern, 1940
  20. (fol. 105) C.F. Hardie, 1939
  21. (fols. 14, 23-24, 53, 57-59, 109-110, 158, 190-191, 198, 214, 254) F.L.T. Graham-Harrison, 1939-1940
  22. (fol. 144) T.L. Hodgkin, 1939
  23. (fol. 47) D.P.T. Jay, 1939
  24. (fol. 46) James Joll, 1939
  25. (fol. 75) George Katkov, 1939
  26. (fol. 257) H.J. Laski, 1940
  27. (fol. 157) Rosamund Lehmann, 1939
  28. (fols. 135, 140-141, 146-147) A.D. Lindsay, 1939
  29. (fols. 267-268) Natasha Litvin, 1940
  30. (fol. 238) A.R.K. Mackenzie, 1940
  31. (fols. 162, 189, 200-203) the Ministry of Labour, offering the possibility of a wartime post for Berlin as a censor, which was then withdrawn because he did not have full British nationality, 1939-1940
  32. (fol. 45) G.E. Moore, 1939
  33. (fol. 256) Lewis Namier, 1940
  34. (fols. 6-9, 68-70, 133-134, 148) L.B. Nicolson in the United States, including comments about the American attitude to events in Europe, 1939
  35. Harold Nicolson, about the failure of Berlin to reach Moscow as planned, and advising on his future course of action, 1940
  36. (fol. 93) E.E. Evans-Pritchard, 1939
  37. (fol. 176) Cressida Ridley, 1939
  38. (fols. 4-5, 154, 177-179, 204, 243) Jasper Ridley, 1939-1940
  39. (fols. 159-160, 246-247) K.D. Robinson, 1939-1940
  40. (fols. 19, 22, 28, 107, 213, 269) G.H. Robertson, 1939-1940
  41. (fol. 167) Humphrey Searle, 1939
  42. (fol. 123) Leon Simon, 1939
  43. (fols. 97, 102-103) Bernard Spencer, 1939
  44. (fol. 49) David Stephens, about his proof-reading of Berlin's book on Marx, 1939
  45. (fol. 130) Humphrey Sumner, 1939
  46. (fol. 181) Philip Toynbee, 1939
  47. (fols. 164-165, 168-169, 193-194) Friedrich Waismann, 1939-40
  48. (fol. 230) the War Office, giving instructions about Berlin's passage to North America, 1940
  49. (fols. 252-253, 260) Chaim Weizmann, 1940
  50. (fol. 101) Edgar Wind, 1939
  51. (fol. 232) Virginia Woolf, inviting Berlin to dine, 1940
and letters about:
  1. (fols. 122-225 passim) Berlin's book on Marx, 1939-1940

Dates

  • 1939-1940
  • 1939
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939-1940
  • 1940
  • 1940
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1940
  • 1939
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1940
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939-1940
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939
  • 1939-40
  • 1940
  • 1940
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1939-1940

Extent

269 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 107

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Contact:
Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom