Ref NoCSA/1/2/2
TitleEarly 1966
DateEarly 1966
Extent1 notebook and 2 pdf files
Creator NameSanger; Clyde (1928-2022); journalist
DescriptionNotebook, written mostly in shorthand, containing notes on: division of Canadian water supplies; Amnesty International including Amnesty Groups; the IRC [International Rescue Committee]; the Defense Aid Fund and apartheid in South Africa; a press conference with [U Thant] discussing Formosa, the Vietnam War, food shortages in India, nationalism, Indonesia's re-entry to the UN, Palestine refugee commission, non proliferation of nuclear weapons, Vietnamese refugees, the UN's relationship with NATO and the Warsaw Pact, and East Germany; timings and convening of [UN Security Council] meetings; Sanctions against Rhodesia including emergency UN Security Council (9 April) meeting concerning the arrival of an oil tanker at Beira destined for Southern Rhodesia, criticism of the British government and C-24 meeting held on 12 April; and African American voter registration in the state of Alabama (United states) following the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

Names featured include: Blair Fraser, Jean-Luc Pepin, [Lester B.] Pearson, Alvin Hamilton, Daniel Madzimbamuto, U Thant, [Leonid] Brezhnev, [Gershon] Collier, [Hugh Foot, Baron] Caradon, RW Jackling, Apollo Kironde, [Arthur] Goldberg, Platon D. Morozov, Gustavus Williams and Ian Douglas Smith.

Transcribed by Pauline Hall, Therese Harris and one other volunteer 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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