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Register of the Brian Crozier Papers, 1936-1993
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Series Description

Box 1

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1937-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Employment records, personal letters, memoranda, conversation transcripts, press cables, and clippings. Includes speeches and writings and a press file regarding Brian Crozier, attacking him as well as the activities of the Forum World Features and of the Institute for the Study of Conflict
Boxes 2-4

CORRRESPONDENCE, 1966-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence divided into chronological, alphabetical, and miscellaneous VIP files. Includes some letters to the editor, memoranda, speeches, and writings
Boxes 4-9

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1936-1992.

Scope and Content Note

Freelance writings consisting of articles, essays, letters to the editor, memoranda, newspaper columns, reviews, and related correspondence, arranged chronologically by year; and reviews of and background material for Brian Crozier's books, as well as related correspondence and letters to the editor, arranged chronologically by title
Box 9

SUBJECT FILE, 1975-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Parliamentary debate transcripts, clippings, and articles relating to the expulsions from Great Britain of Philip Agee and Mark Hosenball
Photo file

PHOTOGRAPHS, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One print depicting Belkacem Krim and one depicting Sir Robert Thompson

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1937-1984

 

General. Employment records, personal letters, memoranda, conversation transcripts, articles, press cables, speeches, and clippings

Box 1., Folder 1

1937-1954

Folder 2

1958-1965

 

"Great smear campaign." Press files relating to Brian Crozier, attacking him as well as the activities of the Forum World Features and the Institute for the Study of Conflict

Folder 3

1975-1976

Folder 4

1977-1984

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1966-1991

 

General. Chronological files relating to Brian Crozier's writings and activities, political conditions in various countries, and world events. Includes some letters to the editor, memoranda, speeches, and writings

Box 2., Folder 1

1966-1968. Correspondents include James Cameron, Luis de Caralt, N. D. Clive, L. A. Crozier, Heather Dean, Cecil Eprile, Brian Melland, Maurice Temple Smith, Kenneth Younger

Folder 2

1969. Correspondents include Brian Beedham, Max Beloff, W. A. Bradley, John Bright-Holmes, Hugo Brunner, Alastair Burnet, Jerome Ch'en, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, Francois Duchene, Georges Egal, Sir Donald Evants, Jacques Fauvet, Roger Frey, Charles G. Haering, Kenneth Hunt, Louis Joxe, Jean Olie, I. M. Parsons, David Rees, William Rees-Mogg, Jacques Richard, Leonard Schapiro, John Hay Whitney

Folder 3

1970. Correspondents include Georges Albertini, George Gale, Charles de Gaulle, Anthony Hartley, Sir William Hayter, Chaim U. Lipschitz, Henri Michel, Tibor Szamuely, Frank Treherne, Kenneth Younger

Folder 4

1971. Correspondents include Georges Albertini, William Bader, Hilaire du Berrier, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Robert W. Foster, Howard B. Gotlieb, David Higham, Jean Olie, Joaquim Marco, Dorothy Pickles, Jean Sainteny, Frank Shakespeare, Sir Edward Spears, H. H. Tucker, Richard L. Walker

Folder 5

1972. Correspondents include Georges Albertini, Gillon Aitken, Raymond Aron, Ricardo de la Cierva, Robert Conquest, Charles Douglas-Home, C. H. Ellis, Simone Gallimard, Nigel Lawson, E. H. Marsh, Lord Robens, Tibor Szamuely, John Whitehorn, Geoffrey Wolley

Folder 6

1973. Correspondents include Gillon Aitken, Georges Albertini, Julian Amery, Max Beloff, Peter Calvocoressi, C. J. Child, Maurice Cranston, M. F. Cullis, Jacques Fauvet, James FitzSimmons, Andre Fontaine, M. R. D. Foot, Lord Halsbury, Sir Archibald James, Paul Lendvai, John McCuen, Brian Melland, F. S. Miles, Robert Moss, Peter Richards, William Rees-Mogg, Rivers Scott, Harold Sieve, C. Sinclair-Stevenson, William C. Sullivan, Sir Edward Tomkins, David Watt, Simon Wiesenthal. See also 1977

Folder 7

1974. Correspondents include Georges Albertini, David Astor, James Burnham, Lord Carrington, Cheng Yin-fun, C. Richard Cleary, Georges Egal, C. H. Ellis, Harvey Feldman, Manuel Fraga Iribarne, Lord Halsbury, Iain Hamilton, Charles Janson, Sir Keith Joseph, Viktor Lessiovski, J. M. A. Luns, William C. Mott, Malcolm Muggeridge, Aleksei Myagkov, Shih Hsin-jen, John Vernon, Peregrine Worsthorne

Folder 8

1975. Correspondents include Peter Baldwin, Hugh Beach, James Burnham, Eric Chou, O. Edmund Clubb, Judith Cooper, Decima Curtis, Sir William Deakin, C. H. Ellis, Manuel Fraga Iribarne, John Graham, Lord Home, Walter Judd, Sir John Killick, William Kintner, Frank Kitson, David Martin, S. W. B. Menaul, Robert Moss, Sir Michael Palliser, Edward Rozek, Helmut Schoeck, Robert C. Stones, Hugh Thomas, Sir Robert Thompson, Philip Toynbee, Prince Wangchuk

Folder 9

1976. Correspondents include Frank Brenchley, Zbigniew Brzezinski, James Burnham, Kenneth Cantlie, Lord Chalfont, Winston Churchill, Serge Dassault, Robert A. Fearey, Charles Forte, Sir Ian Gilmour, Hans Josef Horchem, Charles Janson, Sir John Killick, Sir Robert Mark, Burroughs Mitchell, Carlo Pesenti, P. Pooley, Gordon Reece, Robert W. Rust, Margaret Thatcher, Sir Robert Thompson, John Vernon, John Hay Whitney, Paul Wilkinson, Sir David Willison

Folder 10

1977. Correspondents include Lord Ardwick, Raymond Aron, John Biggs-Davison, Peter Blaker, F. Castrillo Mazeres, David Chipp, S. Covarrubias Sanhueza, Hernan Cubillos, Viscount De L'Isle, Paul Dupuis, Georges Egal, J. Erickson, Lord Goronwy-Roberts, Stephen Hastings, Fred C. Ikle, Rajmata of Jaipur, Charles Janson, S. W. B. Menaul, Jaime Perriaux, Carlo Pesenti, W. K. Prendergast, William Rees-Mogg, Juan Pablo Saa, R. Santamaria, Leonard Schapiro, Edgardo Segura, F. P. Serong, Ian Trethowan, Dominique Venner, Colin Welch, Peregrine Worsthorne. Includes some correspondence from 1973 and from 1978 and 1979

Box 3., Folder 1

1978. Correspondents include Raymond Aron, James Burnham, Neil Cameron, Lord Carrington, Winston Churchill, Brian Connell, Robin Day, Viscount De L'Isle, Ronald Duncan, Frederick Forsyth, Richard Francis, Lord Gisborough, Victor Goodhew, Otto von Habsburg, Stephen Haseler, Sir John Killick, Bernard Levin, Earl of Longford, Bryan Magee, Claire Palley, Edgar Pisani, Vittorio Pons, Francis Pym, William Rees-Mogg, Edward Rozek, Erik Rydbeck, Leonard Schapiro, Maurice Temple Smith, Sir Peter Tennant, Margaret Thatcher, Sir Walter Walker, Peregrine Worsthorne. Includes excerpt of a letter from Edward Lansdale to Peter Richards. See also 1977

Folder 2

1979-1980. Correspondents include Georges Albertini, Julian Amery, Raymond Aron, Richard Bishirjian, Priscilla Buckley, Gonzalo Fernandez de la Mora, Richard Francis, Anthony Hartley, Jesse Helms, Nicko Henderson, Michael Ivens, Ernest Lefever, Richard Lindley, Benjamin Netanyahu, Geoffrey Pattie, Richard Pipes, Francis Pym, Leonard Schapiro, Hugh Seton-Watson, Geoffrey Stewart-Smith, Hugh Thomas, Peter Walker, Albert C. Wedemeyer, John Wilkinson, Paul Wilkinson, Peregrine Worsthorne. See also 1977

Folder 3

Nixon, Richard, 1980-1991

Folder 4

Reagan, Ronald, 1980-1991

 

Thatcher, Margaret

Folder 5

1976-1982

Folder 6

1983-1991

Folder 7

White House, 1980-1986. Correspondents include Richard V. Allen, William P. Clark, Robert C. McFarlane, John M. Poindexter, Edward V. Hickey, Jr.

 

Miscellaneous VIPs

Box 4., Folder 1

1970-1983. Correspondents include Giulio Andreotti, George W. Ball, Zbigniew Brzezinski, George Bush, Lord Caccia, Lord Carrington, Patrick Cormack, Hernan Cubillos, Viscount De L'Isle, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, Malcolm Fraser, Charles de Gaulle, Otto von Habsburg, Jesse Helms, Lord Home, Sir Geoffrey Howe, Henry M. Jackson, Henry A. Kissinger, Nigel Lawson, Prime Minister Markezinis, Richard Nixon, Antoine Pinay, Ronald and Nancy Reagan, Sir Gerald Templer, Margaret Thatcher, William Whitelaw

Folder 2

1980-1985. Correspondents include J. M. Ball, William J. Casey, Francois de Groussouvre, Sir Geoffrey Howe, Antoine Pinay, William A. Wilson

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1936-1992

 

General. Freelance writings. Typescript and printed copies

Box 4., Folder 3

Unsigned, 1971-1976

Folder 4

1936-1963

Folder 5

1964

Folder 6

1965

Box 5., Folder 1

1966

Folder 2

1967

Folder 3

1968

Folder 4

1969

Folder 5

1970

Folder 6

1971

Folder 7

1972

Folder 8

1973

Folder 9

1974

Box 6., Folder 1

1975

Folder 2

1976

Folder 3

1977

Folder 4

1978

Folder 5

1979

Folder 6

1980

Folder 7

1981

Box 7., Folder 1

1982

Folder 2

1983

Folder 3

1985

Folder 4

1986

Folder 5

1987

Folder 6

1988

Folder 7

1989

Folder 8

1990

Folder 9

1991

Folder 10

1992

Folder 11

The Rebels, 1960. Reviews

Folder 12

The Morning After, 1963. Reviews

Folder 13

Neo-Colonialism, 1964. Reviews

 

Franco, 1967

Box 8., Folder 1

Background material

 

Reviews

Folder 2

American

Folder 3

British

Folder 4

French and Belgian

Folder 5

Spanish

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

Folder 7

The Masters of Power, 1969. Reviews

Folder 8

Since Stalin, 1971. Reviews

 

De Gaulle, 1973

Folder 9

American

Folder 10

British, French, and others

Box 9., Folder 1

A Theory of Conflict, 1974. Reviews

Folder 2

The Man Who Lost China, 1976. Reviews

 

The Strategy of Survival, 1978

Folder 3

Correspondence

Folder 4

Reviews

 

The Minimum State, 1979

Folder 5

Correspondence

Folder 6

Reviews

 

The Price of Peace, 1980. See This War Called Peace, 1984

 

The War Called Peace (Television program), 1980. See This War Called Peace, 1984

Folder 7

This War Called Peace, 1984. Reviews

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1975-1977.

Box 9, Folder 8

Agee-Hosenball case. Parliamentary debate transcripts, clippings, and articles relating to the expulsions from Great Britain of Philip Agee and Mark Hosenball

 

PHOTOGRAPHS, n.d.

envelope Envelope A

One print depicting Belkacem Krim and one depicting Sir Robert Thompson