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||"Listening in to History" by Ruth Magnus.
||Letter diary sent by C L Wilson to his wife from the James Conant Mission (on scientific developments) to London.
||Copies of articles by Donald Hindson in the Colliery Guardian: "The Future of Coalface Mechanization" (1966); "Buried Treasure" on British coal-mining 1960-1980 (2002) and "The way ahead for industrial schools" (2002).
||Copy of paper by W Bailey (Member of team at Royal Aircraft Establishment researching axial jet engines, 1940-45): "The Early Development of the Aircraft Jet Engine".
||Copy of Operational Intelligence Centre Special Intelligence Summary: "The Use of Special Intelligence in connection with Operation Neptune January 1944-September 1944".
||Draft typescript of book by John Lawrence on modern society and the role of modern Christianity. Provisionally titled "Real Issues", but may be early version of "The Hard Facts of Unity".
||File of letters relating to donations to the Admiral Ramsay appeal. Includes letters from people who worked with Ramsay at Dover Castle and recollections of the bombing of Dover during the Second World War.
||Typescript diary of the bombing of West London and photograph of HMS Churchill
||Volume of transcripts of letters between Lord Ironside and his military assistant and friend, Colonel Rory Macloed (1931-1959) with explanatory notes by Macleod and copies of letters from Macloed about Ironside (1960).
||Vienna, Berlin, Paris, London: Growing up in interesting times
||Memoir on "The making of the Anglo-Irish agreement of 1985"
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Churchill Archives Centre Miscellaneous Holdings
||"Raubstaat England" (Hamburg, Cigaretten-Bilderdienst Hamburg-Bahrenfeld, 1941)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
"Raubstaat England", loosely translated as the Robber State of England or the Criminal State of England, was one of a series of so-called "cigarette books" into which illustrated cigarette cards were pasted. It is a work of German propaganda about the British Empire. This example contains a full set of illustrations.
The volume was given to Churchill Archives Centre by or on behalf of Flight Lieutenant R. W. Hey, date unknown.
The volume was acquired by Flight Lieutenant Hey when he was serving at the American 7th Army Headquarters in Kitzingen, Germany, May 1945.
|Second World War (1939-1945)|
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