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LIDDELL HART, Capt Sir Basil Henry (1895-1970)

Reference material: postwar, 1945-1970, Papers, 1927-1972

References on this page: LIDDELL: 15/5/534-567


Liddell Hart: 15/5/534-546 China, 1946-1970


Liddell Hart: 15/5/534

1946-1950

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to China, the Chinese civil war and Korea, 1946-1950, including article by Harry Foster Bain entitled 'Manchuria: a key area' from Foreign Affairs, Oct 1946; capture of Antung, Liaoning province, China, by Nationalist Chinese forces, 28 Oct 1946; article by Anna Louise Strong entitled 'The thought of Mao Tse-Tung' from Amerasia, Jun 1947; statement by Soviet Foreign Ministry entitled 'Soviet troops will evacuate Korea' from Soviet News (Press Department of the Soviet Embassy, London, 20 Sep 1948); deployment of US Navy Task Force 38 to Tsingtao (Qingdao) US naval base, Shandong, China, to protect the base against Chinese Communist forces, 31 Oct 1948; article by John Morris entitled 'The two Koreas' from The Listener, 9 Dec 1948; engagement of sloop HMS AMETHYST by Chinese Communist artillery, Yangtze-Kiang river, Jiangsu province, China, 20 Apr 1949; reinforcement of garrison in Hong Kong, May 1949; proclamation of the People's Republic of China, Peking, 1 Oct 1949. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/535

1948-1964

Papers relating to China, 1948-1964, including two US Information Service typescript leaflets entitled 'Korean freedom remains US aim' and 'US reiterates position on Korean troop withdrawal', 13-21 Sep 1948; typescript War Office memorandum entitled 'Some notes on the Chinese Army, 1951'; typescript article by Samuel Blair Griffith II entitled 'Communist China's military potential', 1964. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/536

1950-1952

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to China, Korea and the Chinese armed forces, 1950-1952, including engagement of destroyer HMS CONCORD by Chinese Communist artillery, Tamkon Island, south of Hong Kong, 17 Aug 1950; deployment of Chinese troops against UN forces in Korea, Oct 1950. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/537

1951-1956

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to China, 1951-1956, including article by Maj Gen John Frederick Charles Fuller entitled 'Mao Tse-Tung' from The Tank, Nov 1951; article by Michael Straight entitled 'Corruption and Chiang Kai-Shek' from Tribune, 30 Nov 1951; two editions of The Reporter with serialised articles by Charles Wertenbaker and Philip Horton entitled 'The China lobby', 15-29 Apr 1952; article by US Lt Col George B Pickett, Jr, entitled 'Task Force Crombez at Chip'Yong-Ni' from Armor, Jul-Aug 1952; article by Owen Mortimer Green entitled 'Portrait of Mao Tse-Tung' from The Listener, 8 Jan 1953; article by Benjamin Schwartz entitled 'On the originality of Mao Tse-Tung' from Foreign Affairs, Oct 1955; article by Dr E L Katzenbach entitled 'The politico-military views of Mao Tse-Tung-time, space and will' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Nov 1956. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/538

1951-1966

Publications relating to China, 1951-1966, including article by Andrew Roth entitled 'What we know about the Chinese Army' from Picture Post, 10 Mar 1951; article by Col W B Maguire entitled 'Chairman Mao says' from the Australian Army Journal, Nov 1960; article by A Kashin entitled 'Chinese military doctrine' from Bulletin. Institute for the study of the USSR, Nov 1960; article by Fred De Zwijger entitled 'Lequeo Pequeno-Formosa-Taiwan: haven or lair, cockpit or melting-pot?' from Queen's Quarterley, Jul 1962; article by Tom Stacey on Nationalist Chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek entitled 'The King over the water' from The Sunday Times Magazine, 27 Oct 1963; article by Jac Weller entitled 'Chi-Com: small arms and tactics' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Apr 1964; two articles by Samuel Blair Griffith II entitled 'The glorious military thought of Mao Tse-Tung' and 'Communist China's capacity to make war', from Foreign Affairs, Jul 1964 and Jan 1965; edition of Diplomat, subtitled 'National briefing on China', Sep 1966; edition, in French, of Réalités, subtitled 'Le rapport des experts sur la Chine', Oct 1966. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/539

1954

Newspaper cuttings relating to visit to China by Rt Hon Clement Richard Attlee, Leader of the Opposition, and a delegation of Labour MPs, Sep 1954. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/540

1954-1955

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to China, 1954-1955, including shooting down of British Skymaster airliner by Chinese fighter aircraft near Hainan Island, south China, 23 Jul 1954; shooting down of two Chinese fighter aircraft by US warplanes off Hainan Island, 26 Jul 1954; announcement of mutual security treaty between Formosa and the USA, Washington DC, 1 Dec 1954; deployment of US F86 North American Sabre fighter aircraft to Formosa, Jan 1955; article by Capt Cyril Bentham Falls entitled 'In the Formosa strait' from the Spectator, 25 Feb 1955; strengthening of defences on Quemoy Island, off south-east China, by Nationalist Chinese forces, Mar 1955; series of three articles by (Basil) Kingsley Martin entitled 'China in uniform' from The New Statesman and Nation, 7-21 May 1955; article by William Worthy entitled 'Formosa challenges the free world' from World Interpreter, 15 Jul 1955. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/541

1957

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to China, 1957, including article by Brian Rossiter Crozier entitled 'Danger spot in the Far East', on Formosa, from The Listener, 21 Feb 1957; attack by Communist rioters on the US Embassy, Taipeh, Formosa, 24 May 1957. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/542

1958

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to China, 1958, including bombardment of Quemoy Island by Chinese Communist artillery, Aug 1958; opening of talks between China and the USA on Formosa, Warsaw, Poland, 15 Sep 1958; article by Geoffrey Barraclough entitled 'What is indirect aggression?' from The Listener, 18 Sep 1958. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/543

1959-1960

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to China, 1959-1960, including quashing of Tibetan rebellion by Chinese troops, Lhasa, Tibet, Mar-Apr 1959; article by US Col Francis F Fuller entitled 'Mao Tse-Tung: military thinker' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Aug 1959; dispute between China and India over the Ladakh region of Kashmir, India, Oct 1959; deterioration of relations between China and the USSR, Jun-Aug 1960. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/544

1962-1965

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to China, 1962-1965, including article by William Andrew Charles Adie entitled 'Don't dig that crazy dragon', on the development of Chinese nuclear weapons, from The Spectator, 1 Nov 1963; detonation of first Chinese nuclear weapon, Lop Nor, Xinjiang Province, China, 16 Oct 1964; article by John Morgan entitled 'The mind of China' from New Statesman, 25 Dec 1964; article by Suzanne Labin entitled 'The military thinking of Mao Tse-Tung' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Jan 1965; article from The Economist, author unknown, entitled 'The bamboo bomb: can China be defused?', 13 Mar 1965; article by Brian Rossiter Crozier entitled 'How strong is China?' from Spectator, 28 May 1965. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/545

1965-1969

Book reviews relating to China, 1965-1969, including Formosa Betrayed by George Henry Kerr (Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1966); Defeat in the East. The Mark of Mao Tse-Tung on War by Michael Elliott-Bateman (Oxford University Press, London, 1968); The Chinese People's Liberation Army by Samuel Blair Griffith II (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1968); What Mao really said by Philippe Devillers (Macdonald, London, 1969). 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/546

1966-1970

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to China, 1966-1970, including article by Peter Duval Smith entitled 'Last of the warlords', on Nationalist Chinese guerrilla forces based in northern Thailand, from Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 10 Mar 1967; detonation of first Chinese hydrogen bomb, Lop Nor, Xinjiang Province, China, 17 Jun 1967; article by Roderick MacFarquar entitled 'Twenty years of Mao's China' from New Statesman, 3 Oct 1969. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/547-549 Canada, Central andSouth America and the Caribbean, 1949-1969


Liddell Hart: 15/5/547

1947-1965

Newspaper cuttings on South America, Central America and the Caribbean, 1947-1965, including reports of intended invasion of British Honduras by paratroopers from Guatemala, Feb 1948; resignation of Gen Juan Domingo Peron, president of Argentina, Sep 1955; resignation of President Jacobo Arbenz of Guatemala following coup d'etat by the army, Jun 1954; clashes in Georgetown, British Guyana, Feb 1962, between demonstrators opposing the government of Dr Cheddi Jagan and riot police; rioting in Panama and subsequent evacuation of the US Embassy in Panama, Jan 1964; revolt in the Dominican Republic, intervention of USA and ceasefire, Jun 1965. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/548

1949-1969

Newspaper cuttings and journal articles on Canada, 1949-1969, including decision to create special UN army force, Aug 1950, to be made available for service in the Korean War; controversy over publication of statement by USA on Canada's defences, Feb 1963; agreement between USA and Canada on availability of nuclear warheads for Canadian forces engaged in North American defence, Aug 1963; Canadian Forces Reorganisation Act, 1964, providing for integration of the three services, formally effective in Feb 1968. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/549

1950-1969

Papers and publications relating to Canada, 1950-1969, including 'A short history of Kingston as a military and naval centre' issued by the Department of History, Royal Military College, 1950; 'Report of the Department of National Defence for the year ending 31 Mar 1951' (Edmond Cloutier, Ottawa, 1951); text of address to Kingston Historical Society, Ontario, by Ronald L Way on 'Kingston and the British Army', Mar 1952; Canadian Army Staff College questionnaire and discussion paper 'Future warfare', Sep 1952; Canada's defence programme 1952-1953 issued by the Ministry of National Defence (Edmond Cloutier, Ottawa, 1952); 'Politics, strategy and the commitments of a middle power' paper given by Theodore Ropp at the conference on Canada-US Treaty Relations at Duke University, North Carolina, USA, Jun 1961. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/550-567 Korean War, 1950-1968


Liddell Hart: 15/5/550

1950 Apr-Jul

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the origins and outbreak of the Korean War, Apr-Jul 1950, including invasion of South Korea by North Korean forces across the 38th parallel of latitude, 25 Jun 1950; deployment of US Navy and the USAF in support of South Korean forces, 26 Jun 1950; capture of Seoul by North Korean forces, 28 Jun 1950; announcement by Louis Johnson, US Secretary of Defense, of the imminent deployment of US troops in Korea, 30 Jun 1950; arrival of US infantry units in Korea, 1 Jul 1950; capture of Suwon by North Korean forces, 4 Jul 1950; air attack on North Korea by aircraft from HMS TRIUMPH, 5 Jul 1950; withdrawal of US and South Korean forces from defences on the Kum river, 16 Jul 1950; mobilisation of US Marine Corps reservists, 20 Jul 1950. 4 files


Liddell Hart: 15/5/551

1950 Jun-1951 Feb-May

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the career of US Gen of the Army Douglas MacArthur and his dismissal as Commander-in-Chief, UN Forces in Korea, Commander-in-Chief, US Forces, Far East Command and Supreme Commander, Allied Powers in Japan, 11 Apr 1951, including article by William Clark entitled 'MacArthur: where next?' from Picture Post, 19 Aug 1950; series of five articles by John Gunther on MacArthur from the Sunday Express, Feb-Mar 1951; replacement of MacArthur by US Lt Gen Matthew Bunker Ridgway, 11 Apr 1951; arrival of MacArthur in New York, USA, 20 Apr 1951. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/552

1950 Jul

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Jul 1950, including edition of Soviet News (Press Department of the Soviet Embassy, London, 5 Jul 1950) with statement by Andrei Andreevich Gromyko, Soviet Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, entitled 'American armed intervention in Korea', 4 Jul 1950; capture of Pyongtaek, south of Seoul, by North Korean forces, 6 Jul 1950; edition of Soviet News with statement by Kim Ir Sen, Commander-in-Chief, Korean People's Army, entitled 'Appeal to the Korean people' (Press Department of the Soviet Embassy, London, 11 Jul 1950); capture of Taejon by North Korean forces, 20 Jul 1950; recapture of Yechon by US 25 Div, 21 Jul 1950; withdrawal from Yongdong by US 1 Cavalry Div, 25 Jul 1950; arrival in Korea of US Gen of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Commander-in-Chief, UN Forces in Korea, 26 Jul 1950; article by Michael Foot entitled 'The true meaning of Korea' from Tribune, 28 Jul 1950; article by Stephen Simmons entitled 'War in Korea' from Picture Post, 29 Jul 1950. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/553

1950 Aug

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Aug 1950, including arrival of US 2 Infantry Div, Pusan, Korea, 1 Aug 1950; advance of North Korean forces towards UN perimeter at Pusan, 2 Aug 1950; advance of North Korean forces across the Naktong river, 6 Aug 1950; article by Lt Gen Sir Brian (Gwynne) Horrocks entitled 'The lesson of Korea-could this happen in western Germany?' from Picture Post, 12 Aug 1950; article by John Osborne entitled 'Report from the Orient: guns are not enough. Korea teaches us that to save Asia we must know about the people' from Life, 21 Aug 1950; mobilisation in Hong Kong of 1 Bn Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) and 1 Bn Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) for service in Korea, 21 Aug 1950. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/554

1950 Sep

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Sep 1950, including article by US Maj Hal D Steward, US 1 Cavalry Div, entitled 'Korean War observations' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Sep 1950; retreat of North Korean troops from Pusan perimeter, 14 Sep 1950; UN amphibious landings behind North Korean lines at Inchon, Kunsan, Yongdok, Changsadong and Samchok, 15 Sep 1950; article by James Cameron entitled 'We follow the road to hell' from Picture Post, 16 Sep 1950; recapture of Seoul by US Marines and Republic of Korea troops, 26 Sep 1950; advance of UN troops to 38th parallel of latitude, 30 Sep 1950. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/555

1950 Oct

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Oct 1950, including demand by US Gen of the Army Douglas MacArthur for the surrender of North Korean forces, 1 Oct 1950; capture of Changjon, north of the 38th parallel of latitude, by South Korean 3 Div, 5 Oct 1950; advance of UN forces into North Korea, 9 Oct 1950; capture of Pyongyang by UN forces, 19 Oct 1950; intervention of Chinese 40 Corps across the Yalu river in North Korea, 27 Oct 1950. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/556

1950 Nov

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Nov 1950, including article by US Maj Hal D Steward, US 1 Cavalry Div, entitled 'The cavalry dash across Korea' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Nov 1950; withdrawal of UN forces in North Korea, 2 Nov 1950; advance of US 7 Infantry Div to Hyesanjin on the Yalu river, 21 Nov 1950; opening of Chinese offensive in North Korea, 26 Nov 1950; withdrawal of UN forces in Korea, 29 Nov 1950. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/557

1950 Dec

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Dec 1950, including article by US Maj Hal D Steward entitled 'The rise and fall of an army' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Dec 1950; announcement by Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell, Secretary of State for War, criticising US Gen of the Army Douglas MacArthur and the UN decision to advance north of the 38th parallel of latitude, 3 Dec 1950; completion of the withdrawal from the Changjin (Chosin) reservoir to Hungnam by the survivors of US 1 Marine Div and 41 Independent Commando, Royal Marines, 10 Dec 1950; evacuation of UN forces by sea from Hungnam, 11-26 Dec 1950; by article by Clifton Utley entitled 'The role of General MacArthur' from The Listener, 14 Dec 1950; rejection of UN ceasefire terms by Chinese and North Korean governments, 16 Dec 1950; appointment of US Lt Gen Matthew Bunker Ridgway as commander of US 8 Army in Korea, 27 Dec 1950; advance of Chinese forces south of the 38th parallel of latitude, 28 Dec 1950; article by Robert Payne entitled 'How close are Peiping and Moscow?' from The New York Times Magazine [Dec 1950]. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/558

1950-1954

Papers relating to the Korean War, 1950-1954, including typescript 'Notes on the background of the Korean War', probably by Liddell Hart [Aug 1950]; typescript translation of article by 'AB' entitled 'No Korean Nuremberg is taking place' from Münchner Allgemeine, 4 Aug 1951; typescript draft text of speech by US Gen Robert Lawrence Eichelberger entitled 'The military situation in the Far East since World War Two', given at the Historical Society, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA, 8 Dec 1954. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/559

1951 Jan

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Jan 1951, including article by German Gen Fridolin von Senger und Etterlin entitled 'Lessons from Korea' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Jan 1951; withdrawal of UN forces from Uijongbu and Chunchon, 2 Jan 1951; capture of Seoul by Chinese and North Korean troops, 4 Jan 1951; evacuation of UN forces from Inchon, 4 Jan 1951; article by Alan Wood entitled 'Has the British Army changed?' from The Listener, 11 Jan 1951; launch of UN Operation THUNDERBOLT, south of Seoul, 25 Jan 1951; meeting of US Gen of the Army Douglas MacArthur and US Lt Gen Matthew Bunker Ridgway, Suwon, South Korea, 28 Jan 1951. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/560

1951 Feb

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Feb 1951, including article by Ernest Kidder Lindley entitled 'Our policy toward China' from US National Affairs, 5 Feb 1951; launch of UN Operation ROUNDUP, north of Wonju, 5 Feb 1951; advance of UN forces towards Seoul, 5 Feb 1951; withdrawal of Chinese and North Korean troops from Seoul and Inchon, 11 Feb 1951; amphibious landing of South Korean Marines at Wonsan, north of the 38th parallel of latitude, 13 Feb 1951; launch of UN Operation KILLER, north of Wonju, 20 Feb 1951. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/561

1951 Mar-Apr

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Mar-Apr 1951, including launch of UN Operation RIPPER, north of Chunchon, 6 Mar 1951; advance of UN forces north of the Han river, 7 Mar 1951; article from Soviet News (Press Department of the Soviet Embassy, London, 7 Mar 1951) entitled 'American atrocities in Korea. Report by Special Commission of Korean Fatherland Front', 1 Mar 1951; recapture of Seoul by South Korean 1 Div, 14 Mar 1951; launch of UN Operation COURAGEOUS, on the Imjin river, 22 Mar 1951; landing of US paratroops in Imjin river valley, 22 Mar 1951; article by Gen Sir Montagu (George North) Stopford entitled 'The defensive battle' from World Review, Apr 1951; launch of UN Operations RUGGED and DAUNTLESS, north of Uijongbu, 1 Apr 1951; article by Jonathan Grant entitled 'MacArthur-the prancing proconsul' from Tribune, 6 Apr 1951. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/562

1951 May-Sep

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, May-Sep 1951, including reports on the defence of 'Gloster Hill' (Hill 235), Imjin river valley, on 23-25 Apr 1951, by 1 Bn, Gloucestershire Regiment and C Troop, 170 Independent Mortar Battery, Royal Artillery, 29 Bde, US I Corps, 7 May 1951; advance of UN forces north of the 38th parallel of latitude, 21 May 1951; article by John Strachey entitled 'Labour's peace aims in Asia' from Tribune, 1 Jun 1951; article by James Cameron entitled 'Korea: 12 months' from Picture Post, 23 Jun 1951; meeting of UN, North Korean and Chinese armistice negotiators, Kaesong, Korea, 10 Jul 1951; article by Harry Geoffrey Hopkins entitled 'I take the 8.32 to China's frontier' from John Bull, 4 Aug 1951. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/563

1951 Oct-1952 Dec

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to the Korean War, Oct 1951-Dec 1952, including article by US Maj Hal D Steward, US 1 Cavalry Div, entitled 'Towards Kumchon' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Oct 1951; meeting of UN, North Korean and Chinese armistice negotiators, Panmunjom, Korea, 25 Oct 1951; article by Barbera Anne Castle, MP, entitled 'What has gone wrong in Korea?' from Tribune, 14 Dec 1951; article by Rowland Denys Guy Winn entitled 'Soldiers in Korea' from The Spectator, 18 Jan 1952; appointment of US Gen Mark Wayne Clark as Commander-in-Chief, UN Forces in Korea, 12 May 1952; article by James Cameron entitled 'There had to be a Korea' from Tribune, 13 Jun 1952; article by Robert Hotz entitled 'The jet war in Mig alley' from An Cosantóir, Jul 1952; article by AVM Cecil Arthur Bouchier entitled 'The stalemate in Korea' from The Listener, 11 Dec 1952. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/564

1952 Feb-Dec

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to North Korean allegations of US use of 'germ warfare' agents in Korea, 1952, including reported outbreaks of bubonic plague and cholera in North Korea, 3 Mar 1952; North Korean accusations of US bacteriological tests on North Korean POWs, 23 Mar 1952; announcement by US Lt Gen Matthew Bunker Ridgway, Commander-in-Chief, UN Forces in Korea, denying the UN use of bacteriological agents in Korea, 17 Jun 1952. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/565

1953 Jan-Dec

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to the Korean War, Jan-Dec 1953, including article by US Col Francis S Gabreski entitled 'In Mig alley' from An Cosantóir, the Irish Defence Journal, Jan 1953; replacement of US Lt Gen James Alward Van Fleet as commander of US 8 Army in Korea by US Lt Gen Maxwell Davenport Taylor, 11 Feb 1953; rejection of agreed ceasefire terms by Syngman Rhee, President of South Korea, 8 Jun 1953; agreement on armistice terms between UN, Chinese and North Korean negotiators, Panmunjom, Korea, 27 Jul 1953; cessation of hostilities, 27 Jul 1953; Operation BIG SWITCH, exchange UN and Chinese and North Korean POWs, 6 Sep 1953; announcement by US President Dwight David Eisenhower of a gradual withdrawal of US forces from South Korea, 26 Dec 1953. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/566

1954-1961

Newspaper cuttings and articles relating to post war Korea, 1954-1961, including announcement of the reduction of Commonwealth forces in South Korea, Oct 1954; political control of South Korea seized by military junta, May 1961; resignation of South Korean Gen Chang Do Yung as Prime Minister of South Korea, 3 Jul 1961. 1 file


Liddell Hart: 15/5/567

1959-1968

Newspaper cuttings, book reviews and articles relating to the Korean War, 1959-1968, including edition of Common Sense. The Nation's Anti-Communist Newspaper with article entitled 'Who lost the war in Korea?', author unknown, 15 Mar 1959; article by Herbert Stanley Morrison, Baron Morrison of Lambeth, entitled 'The deadly parallel' from The Spectator, 7 Feb 1964. 1 file

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