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TitleUN 1966
DateJanuary - March 1966
Extent1 notebook and 2 pdf files
Creator NameSanger; Clyde (1928-2022); journalist
DescriptionNotebook, written mostly in shorthand, containing notes taken by Sanger as The Guardian's United Nations correspondent. Subjects include: the New York Transit strike [January 1966]; expansion of the United Nations Security Council; a UN Security Council discussion on the Vietnam war including contributions from the US, USSR, UK, France, Nigeria and Jordan; International Commission discussion on the Vietnam war; National debt, the IBRD [International Bank for Reconstruction and Development], IDA [International Development Agency] and World Bank; brief mentions of various committee meetings and reports; UNFICYP [United Nations Peacekeeping Force In Cyprus] and discussions on the vote to extend the Force's mandate in Cyprus; South West Africa; and the development of UNITAR [United Nations Institute for Training and Research].

Names featured include: [Vincent L] Broderick, [John] Lindsay, [Akira] Matsui, [Arthur] Goldberg, Ho [Chí Minh], [Simeon] Adebo, U Thant, Margaret Bruce, Edward Kennedy, [Harold] Graves, FH Corner, [Zenon] Rossides and Kenneth Young.

Transcribed in 2021 as part of the Clyde Sanger shorthand transcription project with funding from The National Archives 'Collaborate and Innovate Testbed Fund. The pdf transcription document also contains a digitised copy of the notebook.
Access StatusOpen(part)
Access ConditionsThe original notebook and full transcript is closed in line with data privacy. A redacted version of the transcript is available. Please contact the archive for further information.
FormatElectronic record
CopyrightClyde Sanger

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