The Albert Sloman Library
The University of Essex

Lord Brimelow Papers

The papers of Lord Brimelow have been broadly categorised into the following sequences:

1. Soviet foreign policy : lecture notes, correspondence and newspaper cuttings, 1956-1988 (boxes 1 and 2)

2. Sale of Roll-Royce aero-engines to the Soviet Union, 1946-1947; correspondence with Lord Hankey and other papers (box 3)

3. The obligation to carry out an agreement; War criminals; correspondence with Christopher Booker (box 4)

4. Repatriation and the Yalta Repatriation Agreement (boxes 5-19). This collection of papers includes typescript drafts (incomplete) of a text in preparation, The Yalta Repatriation Agreements. In the Acknowledgements (Box 6, file 2), Lord Brimelow wrote:

On the 31st of May 1977 I became lame. I had not at that time decided to write an account of the Yalta Repatriation Agreements, and if I had had to go to the Public Record Office to read the archives, the inconvenience would have deterred me from undertaking the task.

Mr. Rohan Butler, at that time the Historical Adviser to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, obtained permission for me to read in the Historical Section of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Library those files, open to the public, which in the archives of the Public Record Office are prefaced with the letters F.O. He had for some time been encouraging me to write a history of the Yalta Repatriation Agreements and he made access to the archives easy for me. But for him, this study would not have been written. I was, and I remain, much obliged to him.

Of the other members of the staff of the Historical Section, Mrs. Margaret Pelly, Mrs. Heather Assamee and Miss Kate Crowe have all helped me, and I thank them all, but in particular Miss Crowe. Her helpfulness in tracing and obtaining the files I needed as one topic led to another was of the greatest assistance to me; and her patience was exemplary.

Having said that I should add that this study is written from my standpoint and is my own work. It is not a collective effort, and it is not an official history. Until I submitted the text to the Librarian of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, as required by the Diplomatic Service Regulations, no one in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office knew how I proposed to use the material I had found in the archives.

I have not asked for, and I have not been given, access to any papers other than those which are open to the public.

For permission to quote from the archives kept by the Public Record Office and from previously published works I am grateful to ... [complete at final stage]

[Date]

In addition to the typescripts of chapters, Lord Brimelow's papers include a large quantity of photocopies of mostly Foreign Office and War Office papers, dating between 1944 and 1947. Some of this source material has been linked with the chapters of the draft typescript. The remainder (the greater quantity) will require further sorting. At present it has been arranged by country from which repatriation took effect.

COPYRIGHT NOTE: With the exception of Foreign Office and War Office papers for 1944-1947, permission should be sought beforehand to quote from any correspondence, in particular letters from co-authors of The Cowgill Inquiry and correspondence concerning this report and The Minister and the massacres. Permission must be sought beforehand from Mr Christopher Booker to photocopy or quote from the draft typescript of A looking-glass tragedy.

Outline list

Box 1, Box 2

Soviet foreign policy

Box 3

Sale of Rolls Royce

Box 4

The obligation to carry out an agreement

Box 5

Notes re: repatriation

Boxes 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

The Yalta Repatriation Agreements

Box 1 Soviet foreign policy: notes and correspondence 1972 - 1987

Four notebooks with mss. commentaries on texts relating to East-West relations

Note on the 1977 Soviet constitution

File 'Soviet foreign policy', including:

Typescript, 50 pages, 'Soviet foreign policy' [n.d.]

Mss. notes relating to President Nixon's visit to Moscow, May 1972

Commentary on 'Coping with the Soviet Union', by P. Blaker and M. Parris, 1977.

Letter from K.A. Bishop, 17.9.76, attached

Lecture notes and correspondence

Letter to Course Adviser, NATO Defence College, 1976 re: lecture on Soviet foreign policy

Lecture, 'Soviet foreign policy and military strategy', 24 pages. Royal Naval College, 1978

Lecture, 'Peaceful coexistence, detente and the correlation of forces on the international arena', 27 pages. NATO Defence College, 1978

Lecture, 'USSR foreign policy', 11 pages, Royal College of Defence Studies, January 1978

Comments on a publication 'Soviet expansionism' [n.d.]

Lecture, 'Soviet foreign policy', 34 pages. Royal College of Defence Studies, January 1980

Report of a senior seminar on East-West relations, Sunningdale Park 1981 (Diplomatic Service and Home Civil Service)

Lecture, 'East-West relations in the 1980s', 16 pages. Civil Service College, January 1981

Talk to the Argonauts Club 'The other Commonwealth? Moscow style', 10 pages. November 1981

Lecture, 'United Kingdom interests and East-West relations', 3 pages. Ditchley Foundation, [1982]

Lecture, 'The Soviet political scene', 10 pages (incomplete). Royal College of Defence Studies, January 1983

Notes for a lecture. Ditchley Foundation, [March 1983]

Letter from Group Captain Leonard Cheshire, 30.12.86, re: article in Pravda (14.11.86) concerning nuclear weapons; reply (17 pages), 2.1.87

Miscellaneous papers, including notes on extracts from 'Vneshnyaya Politika SSSR', 1972

Box 2 Soviet Foreign Policy: newspaper cuttings and correspondence

Newspaper cuttings (1956-1966) and personal photographs

Photocopies of various articles on Soviet external relations (not listed)

Extracts (2) from the writings of Mr Gromyko

Draft letter to Mr Artur Starewicz (Polish Ambassador), in reply to letter of 7.8.78

(Articles on Poland's foreign policy/internal affairs attached, together with letter from Mr. R. [Butler], 11.8.78)

Letter from Mr J. Killick, 22.11.76. Article attached, on the Soviet threat.

Letter from Mr A. B. turnerlink, 20.1.88, re: publications of V.M. Matveyev (Articles attached)

Box 3 Sale of Rolls-Royce aeroengines to the Soviet Union in 1946 & 1947

Correspondence with Lord Hankey, 1980-81 (not listed)

Analysis of events, with copies of Foreign Office papers (not listed)

Miscellaneous notes re: article by J. Beaumont

Korea: repatriation of P.O.W.s

Copies of Foreign Office papers (not listed)

Correspondence with Mr C. Gifford

Correspondence re: papers by C. Gifford concerning UK incomes policy (not listed)

Box 4 The obligation to carry out an agreement

Mss. notes with attached photocopies of journal articles and extracts from textbooks

The Geneva Convention of 1929 and the trial of persons accused of war crimes

Mss. notes, with photocopies of original (1944-45) papers and extracts from official publications and textbooks

War criminals : debates in the House of Lords, 1989

Official publications and photocopies from textbooks

Correspondence with Christopher Booker

Letters from CB, 14.2.87 and 23.2.87

The following letters from Lord Brimelow commenting upon the mss. of a book by Christopher Booker [A looking-glass tragedy]:

15.11.90 | 21.11.90 | 24.11.90 | 29.4.91 Letter to Brigadier Anthony Cowgill | 5.5.91

19.6.91 | 19.6.91 | 19.6.91 | 8.7.91 (Chapter 5) | 8.7.91 (Chapter 6) | 8.7.91 (Chapter 11) | 11.7.91 (Chapter 11)

11.7.91 (Chapter 12) | 11.7.91 (Chapter 13) | 16.7.91 | 18.7.91 | 22.7.91 (Chapter 16) | 22.7.91 (Chapter 18) | 25.7.91 (Chapter 19)

25.7.91 | 27.7.91 | 31.7.91 | 2.8.91 | 22.8.91 | 18.9.91 | 25.9.91 | 29.11.91

Field Marshal Ewald von Kleist. Letter, 30.1.91, from Adrian Liddell Hart; draft article, 'The case of Field Marshal von Kleist' attached; reply 4.2.91

Correspondence from Mr S. Littman. 5.6.93 | 7.6.93

various papers concerning German war criminals

Box 5 Notes of, and collected by, Lord Brimelow re: repatriation

The Catechism : eighteen questions re: repatriation (typescript)

Paper on the Yalta Repatriation Agreements (typescript, 10 pages)

Draft paper, 17 December 1989 "Were the repatriations of Cossacks and Yugoslavs from Austria a war crime or a crime against humanity?" (typescript, 36 pages)

'The repatriation of Cossacks and Yugoslavs from the British Zone of Austria in May and June 1945' (typescript, 35 pages)

Notes on AFHQ signal FX77268 (KP140) re: Chetniks and dissident Yugoslavs (typescript, 12 pages)

A critique of Count Tolstoy's opinion that there was a 'Klagenfurt Conspiracy' (typescript, 17 pages)

Mss. (71 pages) on repatriation of displaced persons

File headed 'Draft 24.8.1989 AUS III KEI. FO 371/67380'. (Comments by General Keightley, 1947, re: repatriation of Yugoslavs.)

File concerning the unpublished memoirs of Mr John Selby-Bigge, the senior British Red Cross representative in Austria [1945-46]

The Yalta Repatriation Agreement : archive sources relating to Austria (typescript, 90 pages)

Notes by Brigadier C.E. Tryon-Wilson:

Note re: specific references in "The Minister and the Massacres"

Typescript of tape, 24.2.88

List of Cossack/Caucasian senior officers ... wanted by the Russians

Note on relationship between 5 Corps ... and First Ukrainian Division of German Army Group E

Brigadier Low's letter of 21 May [1945?] regarding repatriation to the USSR : [comments on] his criterion for eliminating claims to the status of being a Russian émigré [1 page, incomplete]

Libel Action by Lord Aldington against Count Nikolai Tolstoy. Schedule of Witness statements. Newspaper cuttings

Correspondence:

File 1

Letter from Mr L. Lucink, 15.4.87

Letter to Mr Rohan Butler, 14.12.92

Letter to Lord Aldington, 6.4.93

Letter from Lord Aldington, 9.5.93

Letter to [? Lord Aldington, 4.7.93]

File 2

Letters to Brigadier Anthony Cowgill :

22.9.87 (32 pages)

16.5.90 (9 pages)

7.6.90 (12 pages)

18.6.90 (7 pages)

1.7.90 (8 pages)

6.1.91 (10 pages)

Letters from Brigadier Cowgill :

[n.d.] amendments re: [?] Cowgill Inquiry report

20.10.87

1.11.87

9.11.87 (with Christopher Butcher's brief, attached (37 pages))

20.5.90

Various other correspondence to Brigadier Cowgill (not listed)

File 3

Letters to Mr Sol Littman (The Wiesenthal Centre, Toronto)

31.1.92 (8 pages)

26.2.92 (4 pages)

12.5.92 (11 pages)

4.12.92 (18 pages)

31.12.92 (2 pages)

10.5.93 (6 pages)

Letters from Mr Sol Littman

23.4.91

24.1.92

20.2.92 (with attachment)

7.10.92

27.4.93 (2 copies)

5.6.93 and 7.6.93 (with attachments)

15.7.93 (with attachment)

28.7.93 (with attachment)

8.9.93 (with attachments)

File 4

Miscellaneous items:

The 200,000 Croats, May 1945

Macmillan col 1 chapter 10: points for Alistair Horne

Comments on a draft text re: Kirk's telegram to the State Department; Verbal directive from Macmillan

Box 6 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements

Typescripts and notes by Lord Brimelow for a book on the Yalta Repatriation Agreement

File 1: Introduction (37 pages), 30 January 1988; photocopies of press cuttings and official papers (not listed); Chapter 2, draft outline, (7 pages)

File 2: First draft : typescript. Acknowledgements; Chapters 1, 2 and 3 (124 pages). First draft : typescript (second copy); Chapters 1, 2 and 3 (123 pages)

File 3: Chapter 1 : typescript ("OUP version") (68 pages)

File 4: Chapter 1 : typescript (20 pages) (3 copies)

File 5: Chapter 1 : typescript notes (6 pages) (2 copies); photocopies of sources (not listed)

File 6: Chapter 3 ; typescript notes (pages 96-140)

File 7: Conclusions : the crisis (8 pages). Conclusions : Cossacks (10 pages). ? ? (page 13). Mss. notes

Box 7 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements; typescripts and photocopies of source material

File 1: Typescript of Chapter 2 (10 pages); second typescript of Chapter 2, pages numbered 69-79. File of photocopies of official correspondence and papers, 1942-1944 ("1942 War criminals and Quislings") (not listed), with typed inserts.

File 2: Typescript of Chapter 3 (Allied nationals liberated from German prisoner of war camps); pages numbered 125-148; second typescript (Chapter 3) : notes (9 pages)

File 3: Typescript of Chapter 4 (The handing over of Allied nationals who had served the enemy, 35 pages); typescript of Chapter 4 (Allied nationals liberated from German prisoner of war camps; pages numbered 125-148)

File 4: Typescript of Chapter 5 (Allied nationals liberated from German prisoner of war camps, 27 pages), 2 copies. Four files of photocopies of official correspondence and papers, 1941-1945 (not listed)

File 5: Typescript of Chapter 7 (The United nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), 24 pages), 2 copies.

Typescript of Chapter [?]. The suggestion of an amnesty, 20 pages. File of photocopies of official correspondence and papers, 1944-1945 (not listed)

Box 8 The Yalta Repatriation Agreement : typescripts and photocopies of source material

File 1: Chapter 8 (The frustration of UNRRA's hopes for the use of its services in Western Europe during the military period, 8 pages)

File 2: Chapter 9 (The frustration of UNRRA's hopes for a multilateral convention governing its relations with all the Allies, 13 pages), 2 copies

File 3: Chapter 10 (SHAEF's contribution to the frustration of UNRRA's hopes of early participation in relief and repatriation work in Western Europe, 17 pages), 2 copies. 1 file of photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1945 (not listed)

File 4: Chapter 11 (The exclusion of UNRRA from the repatriation of displaced Soviet civilians ... , 17 pages); second copy incomplete. 1 file of photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1944-1945 (not listed)

File 5: Chapter 12 (Policy regarding the repatriation of Soviet civilians ... , 7 pages), 2 copies. 4 files of photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1944-1946 (not listed)

File 6: Chapter 17 (the first phase of the repatriation of Soviet citizens from the United Kingdom - from the beginning to the consideration of the problem by the War Cabinet on 17 July 1944, 43 pages, incomplete). Chapter [17] (The making of policy regarding Soviet citizens evacuated to the United Kingdom from Normandy ... 36 pages). 1 file of official papers and correspondence, 1943-1944 (not listed). Typescript comments by Lord Brimelow on selected papers.

Box 9 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements: typescripts and photocopies of source material

File 1: Chapter [19] (Prisoners of war, 23 pages); supplementary papers, ("Such were the origins of the principle that it was for each Ally to deal with its own Quislings ... , 19 pages); ("You asked me on the telephone whether I had any views on the following three questions ... , 5 pages). Photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1941-1944, with typed comments and extracts (not listed)

File 2: Chapter 21 (Negotiations with M. Gousev, Soviet Ambassador; 7 pages). Photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1944, with typed comments and extracts (not listed)

Chapter 23 "Autumn 1944 to 5 October 1944 : wrangle with Soviet Embassy" : photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1944 (not listed). "SHAEF directive of 2.12.44 on handling Allied nationals who have collaborated or served with enemy" : photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1944 (not listed)

File 4: [Chapter 25] Three files of photocopies of official papers and correspondence, with typed comments and extracts, 1944. (Papers on employment of liberated Soviet citizens)

File 5:  [Chapter 29] File of photocopies of official papers and correspondence, 1944 (not listed), with heading 'American negotiations with USSR'

Box 10 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : typescripts and photocopies of source material

[Chapter 30] Seven files of photocopies of correspondence and papers, 1944 -1945, with typed comments on specific items (not listed). Files with the following headings:

First repatriation from UK : shipping for repatriation stage 1, to 17 October 1944

Shipping for repatriation stage 2, after 18 October 1944

Negotiations with Soviet Embassy before Moscow Conference

The definition of Soviet citizens : advice to SHAEF not to take the initiative in screening

Disputed persons, pre-Argonaut

Cases of disputed nationality

[No title]

Box 11 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (general)

File 1: Mr Clark Kerr's account of Mr Churchill's visit to Moscow, August 1942. Letter from Mr Rohan [Butler] to Lord Brimelow 3.1.92; reply, 26.3.92

File 2: "The abortive Moscow initiative regarding civilians" September - November 1944

File 3: "The run-up to the negotiation at Yalta", January - February 1945. Typescript comments attached

File 4: "Consultation with the Commonwealth on Agreement A", February-March 1945. Typescript comments attached

File 5: "U.S. counterproposals", March 1945

File 6: "Publication of Soviet-United States Agreement", February - March 1946

File 7: "Anglo-U.S. differences in interpretation of Yalta Agreements", March - December 1945

File 8: "1944 -1945 handing over of war criminals; U.N.W.C.C. draft convention; note of 29.3.1945", September 1944 - December 1945. Typescript and mss. comments attached

File 9: "Displaced civilians : British civilians in Soviet-occupied territory", November 1944 - March 1945

File 10: "SHAEF and the minor Allies; Civil affairs agreements; the handover of collaborators", July-August 1944

File 11: "War Office papers", February 1945

File 12: "Shipping" [Repatriation of Soviet nationals], December 1944 - April 1945

File 13: "Shipping", December 1944 - February 1945. Mss. notes enclosed

File 14: British P.O.W.s who married during their captivity, June 1945. Typescript notes

File 15: "Inter-Allied Committee on Post-War requirements". "Advisory Committee on Displaced Populations", October 1943

File 16: "German Decree of 19 May 1943 and Allied High Commission Law no. 12"

Box 12 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (general)

File 1: "Arrangements for Argonaut / Phillimore Dean", January - February 1945

File 2: "Recriminations", June 1945

File 3: "Wishes of internees" mss. notes

File 4: "Surrendered enemy personnel", April - August 1946

File 5: [Soviet nationals], May 1945. mss. notes

File 6: "East European demands for the handing-over of alleged war criminals" April 1945 - March 1947

File 7: "Traitors : Allied nationals who served the enemy", February - October 1944. Typescript notes and comments

File 8: "Allied nationals who served the enemy". "1944 Anglo-U.S. discussions", March - August 1944

File 9: "Todt Organization", July 1944 - July 1946. Mss. and typescript comments

Box 13 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (Repatriation from Austria)

File 1: "5 Corps retrospective reports, June 1945"; Extract of statement by Lt. Col. B.L. Bryar, 28/29 May 1945

File 2: "4 -11 June [1945]"

File 3: "Austria : January 1946 - August 1947"; "Were the repatriations of Cossacks and Yugoslavs from Austria a war crime or a crime against humanity", typescript, 36 pages

File 4:  "14 August 1945 - 20 February 1948"

Box 14 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (repatriation from Austria)

File 1: "Transfer of displaced persons from Austria to their own or other countries", March 1945 - November 1947

File 2: "Repatriation of Poles from Austria", September 1945

File 3: "White Russians in Austria", January - June 1946

File 4:  "Austria : alleged Turks", March 1946 - May 1947

File 5: "UNRRA in Austria", January 1946

File 6: "Austria", September 1945 - October 1947

File 7: "Yugoslavs in Austria : cessation of repatriation", September 1945

File 8: [Repatriation of Soviet citizens from Austria], March 1948 - January 1948

File 9: "Austria 1945/46" [Repatriation of Soviet citizens], July 1945 - January 1946

File 10: "Austria : trial of Soviet citizens", February - July 1946

File 11: "Young Turks" [War criminals handed over to the Soviet Command], February - April 1947

Box 15 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (repatriation from Austria)

File 1:  "Anglo-Soviet correspondence in Austria", September 1945 - January 1947

File 2: [Russian Displaced Persons], September 1945

File 3: "Lt. Col. H.B. Rose" Memorandum, 8.8.46, from Col. Rose re: repatriation of Soviet citizens

File 4:  "Nigel Nicholson" File includes:

Operations of First Guards Brigade in Northern Italy and Southern Austria, April - May 1945

Letter from Mr N. Nicholson, 17.11.88 [to Brigadier Anthony Cowgill]

The Great Betrayal, by Nigel Nicholson. Typescript, 6 pages, 13.2.89

Letters from Lord Brimelow to [Brigadier Anthony Cowgill], 24.11.88

Letters from Mr N. Nicholson to Mr. C. Booker, 15.10.88 and 27.9.88

Letter from Lord Brimelow to [Brigadier Anthony Cowgill], 19.11.88

Letter from Mr N. Nicholson to Brigadier [Anthony Cowgill], 8.10.88

Letter from Mr N. Nicholson to Mr C. Booker

1st Guards Brigade SITREP nos. 33 (14.5.45), 34 (15.5.45), 35 (16.5.45); The Tito Order of Battle ...; 36 (17.5.45); 37 (18.5.45); 38 (19.5.45); 39 (21.5.45)

Box 16 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (repatriation from Venezia Giulia)

File 1: "To end April [1945]"

File 2: "1 - 7 May [1945]"

File 3: "8 -14 May [1945]"

File 4: "22 - 28 May [1945]"

File 5: "29 May - 3 June [1945]"

Box 17 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (repatriation from Austria and Germany)

File 1: [Yugoslav nationals who were repatriated from Austria to Yugoslavia], July 1945 - June 1947. Report by Parliamentary Special Committee ... in connection with displaced persons in the British Zones of Austria and Germany, (Major Tufton Beamish, Mr F. Beswick and Mr C.R. Hobson, Spring 1947

File 2: "Yugoslavs : transfer from Italy to Germany", April 1945 - May 1946

File 3:  [Treatment of prisoners of war returned to Yugoslavia], May - August 1945

File 4: "Valentin Kalkany", [repatriation correspondence], December 1945 - July 1946

File 5: "Post-Yalta, disputed Poles [at] Cervinare", November - December 1945

File 6: "Yugoslav war criminals, 1945", June - October 1945. Note by Lord Brimelow

File 7: "Allied nationals who had served the enemy. Recruitment into Allied Armed Forces", January - June 1944. Notes by Lord Brimelow

File 8: [Repatriation of Soviet citizens from the British Zone in Germany], August 1946 - February 1947

File 9: "Germany : suicides", March 1946

File 10: "Appeals against repatriation", October 1946

File 11: "Recalcitrants". April 1946

File 12: "SITREPS" June 1945 - February 1946

File 13: [Mennonite refugees in Germany], March - October 1946. File includes draft letters by Thomas Brimelow re: new policy with regard to the repatriation of Soviet citizens

File 14: [Various telegrams] August 1945 - September 1947

Box 18 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (repatriation from Central and Eastern Europe)

File 1: [Polish-Soviet Agreement on Repatriation and Nationality, July 1945], July 1945 - January 1946

File 2: "Polish Army. German enquiries, Czech requests", September 1944 - November 1944

File 3: "Polsov screening ..." [Repatriation of Polish Forces], November 1945

File 4: [Status of Memel-Landers], June 1945

File 5: "Hungary" July 1945 - January 1946. Notes by Lord Brimelow

File 6: "Roumania" (2 files), April - September 1945. Draft letter by Thomas Brimelow, 11.9.45

File 7: [Greece], June-December 1945

File 8: [Russian Moslems from Crimea], January 1945 - March 1947

Box 19 The Yalta Repatriation Agreements : photocopies of source material (General papers and Repatriation from the United Kingdom)

File 1: "Allied nationals in enemy forces. 1945 discussion of policy", April - July 1945

File 2: "Autumn 1944. Moscow negotiations on 'Allied Force' status", November 1944 - January 1945 Draft chapter (typescript), "Negotiations in Moscow regarding the status of the Soviet citizens held as prisoners of war in the United Kingdom (12 pages)

File 3: "The Allied Forces Act, 1940, did not authorise the Allied governments to repatriate their nationals against their wishes", September - October 1945

File 4:  [Soviet citizens in British hands], April - September 1945

File 5: "Soviet citizens in the United Kingdom", September 1944 - August 1945

File 6: "Members of Allied Armed Forces not to be discharged in the United Kingdom". Notes by Lord Brimelow re. 1941 papers

File 7: "Allied Forces not to be demobilised in the United Kingdom". Draft typescript, 5 pages

File 8: "Allied Armed Forces not to remain in United Kingdom", December 1944 - January 1945; mss. note attached

File 9: "Allied Nationals in British uniform", February - March 1945; mss. and typescript notes attached

File 10: "Disputed persons in United Kingdom, post-Argonaut", April 1945 - August 1946

File 11: "Riddance from UK", May - July 1946

File 12:  "Colonel Kleshkanov", December 1947 (Head of the Soviet Repatriation Mission)

File 13:  "Autumn 1944. No. 30 Military Mission", November 1944 - February 1945. Typescript notes attached

File 14: "Petitions not to be repatriated", January - February 1945

File 15: "Channel Islands", August - September 1946

File 16: "Detention of Soviet 'recalcitrants'," April 1945

File 17: "Russian émigrés ('White' Russians)", April - July 1945

File 18: "Soviet citizens in U.S.-controlled camps", April 1945

File 19: "Propaganda against United Nations", June - November 1947 Note by Lord Brimelow

File 20: "Not looking behind I.R.C. [International Red Cross] Swiss Legation", January 1945

File 21: "Soviet Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies", January - February 1945