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General correspondence, 1945, n.d. [1939-1945]

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MS. Berlin 112

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Predominantly semi-official correspondence while working for British Information Services in Washington

Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 119-122) W.G.S. Adams, about Berlin's plans for the immediate future, including a visit to the Soviet Union and subsequent return to the United States until April 1946
  2. (fol. 21) W.H. Auden, commenting on Christopher Isherwood's Prater Violet
  3. (fols. 24-25, 221, 236-239) R.J. Cruikshank, about Berlin having to remain working for British Information Services; and enclosing a mock review of [imaginary?] poetry by Berlin
  4. (fols. 143-144, 148, 151) E.R. Dodds
  5. (fols. 81, 107-108, 116-118) Anne Fremantle
  6. (fols. 124, 160, 195) Alexander Halpern
  7. (fols. 112-114, 140) Christopher Hill, about the prospect of Berlin's visit to the Soviet Union
  8. (fol. 149) Roman Jakobson
  9. (fols. 67-68) F.G. Lee
  10. (fols. 10-12, 15, 52-54) H.A.C. Rumbold, about Berlin's future and the offer of posts in the Foreign Office
  11. (fols. 30, 44, 48-49, 66) Sir David Scott, about Berlin's future
  12. (fols. 8-9) A.J. Toynbee, about the offer of a post in the Foreign Office
and letters from
  1. (fols. 73, 157) J.E.G. Asquith, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Asquith
  2. (fol. 232) J.L. Austin
  3. (fols. 82-90, 158-159, 184-185, 233) John Balfour, including a copy of a report by Berlin giving an initial assessment of Truman's Presidency, and reference to the aborted attendance of Berlin at the Potsdam Conference
  4. (fols. 188, 200-201) Lady Patricia de Bendern
  5. (fols. 17-18) John Wheeler-Bennett
  6. (fol. 234) Max Beloff
  7. (fols. 198-199) A.H. Bohlen
  8. (fol. 213) C.E. Bohlen
  9. (fol. 63) Paul Gore-Booth
  10. (fol. 76) Robert Brand
  11. (fols. 214-220) Lord David Cecil
  12. (fols. 182-183) B.V. Cohen
  13. (fol. 240) Michael Crum
  14. (fol. 152) Anthony Eden
  15. (fols. 169-171) Penelope Felkin
  16. (fols. 204-205) Marion Frankfurter
  17. (fol. 241) C.F. Hardie
  18. (fol. 162) Archibald Clark Kerr, about the aborted attendance by Berlin at the Potsdam Conference
  19. (fol. 189) Sergey Konovalov
  20. (fols. 109, 179-180, 242) Baronne Johanna Lambert
  21. (fols. 75, 77-80, 176-177, 225) A.R.K. Mackenzie
  22. (fols. 138-139) Susan Mary Patten
  23. (fols. 173-174, 248-249) Baronne Alix de Rothschild
  24. (fols. 175, 250) Baron Guy de Rothschild
  25. (fol. 38) Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell
  26. (fols. 206, 227) J.W. Scott
  27. (fol. 192) B.M.H. Tripp

Dates

  • 1945, n.d. [1939-1945]

Extent

259 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 112

Arrangement

Undated letters arranged alphabetically

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom