Record

Reference numberHWT/24/2/2
Alternative reference numberHWT.B.355-B.361
LevelFile
TitleCorrespondence and papers regarding Royal Society policy subsequent to the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia
DateAugust 1968 - December 1969
DescriptionAs Foreign Secretary Thompson played an important role in determining policy at this time and visited Czecholosvakia in February 1969 (see B.359).
Correspondents include:
B.355: Frantisek Sorm, Frederick Seitz, Frederick Ernest King and report on a visit by Watkin Williams
B.356: Sir Percy Edward (Sir Peter Edward) Kent, Sir William Lawrence Bragg, Frantisek Sorm
B.357: Keith Anderson Hope Murray, Baron Murray of Newhaven, Sir Alfred Brian Pippard, Cecil Frank Powell, Sir Andrew Fielding Huxley, Frederick Sanger, Frantisek Sorm
B.358: Frantisek Sorm, Norman Sheppard, David George Kendall, Sir Alan Lloyd Hodgkin, Jozef Zachar
B.360: D W M Moss, J Pluhar
B.361: Martin Rivers Pollock
Extent7 folders
FormatManuscript, typescript and printed documents, carbon copies and photocopies
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA5213King; Frederick Ernest (1905 - 1999)1905 - 1999
NA983Kent; Sir; Percy Edward (1913 - 1986)1913 - 1986
NA8141Bragg; Sir; William Lawrence (1890 - 1971)1890 - 1971
NA3149Pippard; Sir; Alfred Brian (1920 - 2008)1920 - 2008
NA6049Powell; Cecil Frank (1903 - 1969)1903 - 1969
NA2769Huxley; Sir; Andrew Fielding (1917 - 2012)1917 - 2012
NA1911Sanger; Frederick (1918 - 2013)1918 - 2013
NA4397Sheppard; Norman (1921 - 2015)1921 - 2015
NA5238Kendall; David George (1918 - 2007)1918 - 2007
NA3688Hodgkin; Sir; Alan Lloyd (1914 - 1998); physiologist1914 - 1998
NA1513Pollock; Martin Rivers (1914 - 1999)1914 - 1999
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