Minutes and related material, re: NW Council and annual conference, 1967-1971; financial records, 1970; correspondence re: Trade Union involvement in the peace campaign, 1967-1974; publications, press releases and newsletters, 1970-1975; petitions, signed by MPs, 1974; copies of Vietnamese Five-Year Plan, and political reports, 1976; press cuttings, 1973-1975; photographs.
Jack Askins Papers: Anti-Vietnam War Movement
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- ReferenceGB 152 MSS.189/V
- Dates of Creation1967-1976
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
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Administrative / Biographical History
During the 1950s and 1960s Askins was a bus driver and shop steward, and Communist Party industrial organiser. Also joint secretary of the National Council, he was involved as secretary in the North-West Regional Council for peace in Vietnam.
Reference: Accessions file and list for MSS.189/B.
Conditions Governing Access
Access : Open
Other papers belonging to Askins, relating to Manchester Busmen, are listed under MSS.189/B, along with papers re: world peace movements and conferences, listed at MSS.189/P. Further papers relating to him can be found at the Working Class Library, Salford. An authority file exists for this individual (GB 152 AAR0698).
The collection was sold to the Centre by Mr. Askins in 1978.