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General correspondence, July-Dec. 1946

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MS. Berlin 114

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Includes letters from
  1. (fols. 63-67, 106) John Balfour
  2. (fols. 189-190) Sam Behrman
  3. (fol. 24) Max Beloff
  4. (fol. 19) Lady Patricia de Bendern
  5. (fol. 159) Norman Bentwich
  6. (fol. 56) George Bolsover, about Boris Pasternak and Anna Akhmatova
  7. (fol. 77) Paul Gore-Booth
  8. (fol. 167) R.B. Braithwaite
  9. (fols. 23, 222) Robert Brand, Baron Brand
  10. (fol. 247) A.H. Bohlen
  11. (fol. 247) C.E. Bohlen
  12. (fol. 73) Lord David Cecil
  13. (fol. 166) Sir Kenneth Clark
  14. (fols. 125, 152, 186, 227) William Clark
  15. (fols. 79-80, 138) Cyril Connolly
  16. (fols. 218-219) R.J. Cruikshank
  17. (fol. 130) A.P. d'Entrèves
  18. (fols. 162, 168, 191-192) Aubrey Eban
  19. (fols. 101-104, 252-256) Penelope Felkin
  20. (fol. 257) Lettice Fisher
  21. (fol. 174) Philip Graham
  22. (fol. 260) T.L. Hodgkin
  23. (fol. 195) Raimund von Hofmannsthal
  24. (fol. 115) A.H. Hourani
  25. (fols. 55, 226) Baronne Johanna Lambert
  26. (fols. 123, 128, 157, 171) Katharine Lampert
  27. (fol. 6) N.J. Laski
  28. (fol. 62) A.C.E. Malcolm
  29. (fols. 43, 183-184, 193, 204, 215-216, 246) Venetia Montagu
  30. (fol. 134) G.E. Moore
  31. (fol. 82) Gilbert Murray
  32. (fols. 60, 100, 205) Lewis Namier
  33. (fols. 131, 181, 196) Solomon Rachmilevich, including comments about Ernest Bevin's foreign policy
  34. (fols. 42, 81) Cressida Ridley
  35. (fols. 179, 211) Baronne Alix de Rothschild
  36. (fol. 39) F.A. Rumbold
  37. (fol. 244) Humphrey Sumner
  38. (fol. 127) Philip Toynbee
  39. (fols. 74-75) B.M.H. Tripp
  40. (fol. 8) The Royal Institute of International Affairs, about Berlin's talk on the Soviet Union
and
  1. (fols. 15-18, 272-275) drafts of letter [to The Times, not sent] about the arrest of members of the Executive of the Jewish Agency by the Government of Palestine
  2. (fols. 27-37) drafts of an article about events in Palestine
  3. (fols. 54, 56, 60, 74-75, 87-8, 121-122, 132-133, 142, 144-145, 178) comments about Boris Pasternak, mainly in relation to a purge of intellectuals in the Soviet Union

Dates

  • July-Dec. 1946

Extent

276 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 114

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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