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Documents on British Policy Overseas

Location: Microfiche Cabinet 5, Drawer 1


This is a collection of supplementary documents to the documents printed in Documents on British Policy Overseas (General Collection DA 566.7 A19 v. 1-7).  The collection contains correspondence, memos, instructions on the execution of British foreign policy, reports of business transactions and proceedings.

v. 1. The conference at Potsdam, 1945 — v. 2. Conferences and conversations 1945; London, Washington and Moscow — v. 3. Britain and America: Negotiation of the United States loan 3 August-7 December 1945 — v. 4. Britain and America: Atomic energy, bases and food 12 December 1945-31 July 1946 — v. 5. Germany and Western Europe 11 August-31 December 1945 — v. 6. Eastern Europe August 1945-April 1946 — v. 7. The United Nations: Iran, cold war and world organization 1946-1947.

How to search the collection

The best way to find documents in the microfiche collection is to use the print volumes located in the General Collection DA 566.7 A19. The print volumes have: chapter summaries for each document; the complete printed documents; subject indexes. (The subject index for volume 1 is in volume 2.) Within each chapter of the print documents, the documents are arranged chronologically. At the end of most of the print documents you will find the microfiche documents referred to as “Calendars”. To find the microfiche documents, note the series, volume, and number for the print document. Use these numbers to find the microfiche document. The microfiche document number will be handwritten at the top of each microfiche document. Pickler Memorial Library only has Series I of this title.


Documents on British Policy Overseas (General Collection DA 566.7 A19 v.1-7)

For more information about this subject in our Library Catalog, check out these
Subject Categories:

Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 20th century -- Sources.

Great Britain -- History -- 1945- -- Sources.

Time Period: 20th Century  

Subject keywords: Great Britain - History