MC:P2/12/7MS Miscellaneous Organisations
MC:P2/12/7MS/1 Oct 1966–Nov 1971
Folder of papers relating to Dodds-Parker’s work as Vice-Chairman of the Great Britain-USSR Group. Subjects include concern over Soviet espionage, and a transcript of an interview with Kim Philby in which he alleges the existence of a “Dodds-Parker Committee” in the 1950s, created for the problems of psychological warfare (which Dodds-Parker denied; another letter includes his memories of Philby). Correspondents include the USSR Ambassador, Peter Smithers, Prof. Kirill Kondratyev, William Whitelaw, Fitzroy Maclean, Sir Harry Legge-Bourke and John Killick (the British Ambassador in Moscow) [29 items].
Other papers on Dodds-Parker’s links with this group may be found at MC:P2/7/3C/5 and MC:P2/7/4C/15.
MC:P2/12/7MS/2 Aug 1972–Sep 1973
Folder inscribed Disaster Relief, containing letters and papers from the General Synod Board for Social Responsibility (including papers on an International Disaster Relief Force) [37 items].
Correspondence on Dodds-Parker’s membership of the National Association for Freedom [7 items].
List of members of the General Committee of the Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding. Other papers on this group may be found at MC:P2/7/2C/28.
MC:P2/12/7MS/5 Jun 1980
3 letters on the International Peace Academy, and a cutting from The Times, with a letter from members of the I.P.A. including Dodds-Parker.
MC:P2/12/7MS/6 Jan 1982
Letter to Dodds-Parker from the Coalition for Peace through Security, with some copies of letters of support (writers include Margaret Thatcher).
MC:P2/12/7MS/7 Jun–Sep 1983
Papers about a conference on “A Safer Defence Policy for NATO” held at St. George’s House, Windsor Castle, attended by Dodds-Parker [5 items].
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