Sheets from "BBC summary of world broadcasts" and press-cuttings, arranged into 193 subject files. Mostly covering international relations, some on nuclear arms control and on pollution.
The Kennet Peace Archive
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Administrative / Biographical History
Wayland Hilton Young was educated at Stowe and Trinity College, Cambridge. He served in the Navy from 1942-1945 and entered the Foreign Office in 1946. He was Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Housing and Local Government 1966-1970, Opposition spokesman on foreign affairs and science policy 1971-1974, a Member of the European Parliament 1978-1979, and SDP spokesman in the House of Lords on foreign affairs and defence 1981-1990. He has published many books and pamphlets on subjects including defence, disarmament, the environment, and architecture.
193 subject files. Boxes labelled from KP1 to KP193
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