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CORRESPONDENCE ON CULTURAL POLITICS, AVOIDING MILITARY SERVICE, AND ROLE AS A NEWS REPORTER

Correspondence on cultural politics, avoiding military service, and role as a news reporter

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Correspondence on cultural politics, avoiding military service, and role as a news reporter

CP/MONT/10. With an initial focus on the cultural politics surrounding broadcast and print media, this grouping also includes records from the Duke of Hamilton's libel action in response to one of 's articles. As a Daily Worker correspondent in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, it was neccessary for to be aware of the regulations included in part within these items; he also maintained correspondence with his Editor, William Rust and kept notes relating to his submissions. 's views on the neccessity of fighting the Nazis didn't always meet with approval in his political party; however, his allegiance to the Communist Party also prevented him from being able to fight against the Nazis. Records of 's appeal against the cancellation of his call-up is included here.

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Correspondence regarding cultural politics, c.1929-1960s

CP/IND/MONT/10/1. This correspondence regarding cultural politics includes references to films and CP television broadcasts; correspondents including John Gollan, CPGB 1961; Nan Green, International Brigade Association 1946; Marjorie Wells 1929; Ted Ainley, CP National Cultural Committee 1964; Michael Barratt Brown, 1948; Cyril Claydon, YCL education secretary; John Singer and Emile Burns regarding New Left Writing 1943.

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Notice of Duke of Hamilton's libel action for article by 'Hess and his friends'

CP/IND/MONT/10/2. Printed notice of libel action of Duke of Hamilton against Marston Printing Co and Central Books for the World News and Views article by 'Hess and his friends' with 's transcript reply to Hamilton, 1941.

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Correspondence with government officials regarding 's Air Force call-up

CP/IND/MONT/10/3. Correspondence with Sir Archibald Sinclair, Air Minister, and government officials regarding the cancellation of 's Royal Air Force call-up, 1942.

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Papers regarding post-war Germany, c.1936-1946

CP/IND/MONT/10/4. Papers regarding post-war Germany, including newsletters of the British Council for German Democracy and a document on Germany for the CPGB International Committee 11.6.46 with 's notes; memo on Germany (by ?) in two parts 30.5.46 and 5.6.46; papers also include leaflet regarding Germany 1936 and Die Rote Fahne 1936.

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Reports as a Daily Worker correspondent in Germany and elsewhere

CP/IND/MONT/10/5. Correspondence and papers as Daily Worker correspondent in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, including correspondence with Daily Worker editor William Rust, notes and drafts of articles, 1945-1947.

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