MC:P2/11/1MS Papers on Radio Free Europe
Radio Free Europe was set up during the Cold War to broadcast news and other programmes to member states of the Warsaw Pact. Other material relating to Dodds-Parker’s interest in it may be found at MC:P2/7/2C/23, MC:P2/7/3C/4, and MC:P2/9/1C/18.
MC:P2/11/1MS/1 Jun 1971–May 1972
Envelope of papers concerning Radio Free Europe, including a review of East European and Communist Chinese Foreign Broadcasts [18 items].
MC:P2/11/1MS/2 Mar–Oct 1972
Folder of papers concerning Radio Free Europe. They mostly consist of minutes and reports from the Council of Europe relating to it (at which Dodds-Parker frequently spoke in its support) [45 items].
MC:P2/11/1MS/3 May 1972
Folder of papers concerning Radio Free Europe, also including minutes and reports from the Council of Europe relating to it [4 items].
MC:P2/11/1MS/4 May–Oct 1972
Folder inscribed “RFE 1972″, containing papers relating to Radio Free Europe, including papers from the Council of Europe (mostly containing papers by Dodds-Parker in support of the station). Correspondents include Edward Heath, and the managers of Radio Free Europe [38 items].
MC:P2/11/1MS/5 May–Nov 1972
Folder of letters and papers relating to Dodds-Parker’s involvement in Radio Free Europe, as a member of the Council of Europe [8 items].
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