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Cambridge University: Churchill Archives Centre: 2002 Accessions

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  • Francis Thomas Bacon (1904-1993), engineer (addnl): letters, photographs, published articles and misc papers (BACN)
  • Sir Hermann Bondi, mathematician and astronomer (addnl): memoir by Gerard Friedlander 2000 and misc papers rel to the Naval Radar Trust c1986-2000 (BOND)
  • Sir William Deakin (b 1913), historian: corresp and papers rel to his work on Sir Winston Churchill's 'Marlborough: His Life and Times' (DEAK)
  • John Arbuthnot Fisher (1841-1920), 1st Baron Fisher, Admiral of the Fleet (addnl): volume titled 'Some Notes by Lord Fisher for His Friends' (FISR)
  • Adeline HGE Hankey (d1979), Lady Hankey, wife of 1st Baron Hankey: diaries, corresp and papers (AHKY)
  • Maurice Pascal Alers Hankey (1877-1963), 1st Baron Hankey (addnl): appointment diaries (HNKY)
  • Sir Eric John Hodsoll (1894-1971), Chief Civil Defence Adviser (addnl): scrapbooks, photograph albums and misc papers rel to civil defence (HDSL)
  • Sir George Donald Alastair MacDougall, economist: corresp and papers c1930-2002 (MACD)
  • Lise Meitner, German nuclear physicist (addnl): letters of Elizabeth Rettig to Marianne Corbach about her care in old age 1965-67 (MTNR AS)
  • Noel Newsome (b 1906) and Douglas Ernest Ritchie (1905-1967), journalists and broadcasters (addnl): misc typescript memoirs, reports and memoranda (NERI)
  • Bruno Pontecorvo (1913-1993), physicist (addnl): misc corresp and papers (PNVO)
  • Sir Martin Ryle (1918-1984), astronomer (addnl): corresp and papers (RYLE)
  • Margaret Hilda Thatcher (b 1925), Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, prime minister (addnl): constituency and other corresp and papers (THCR)
  • William Stephen Ian Whitelaw, Viscount Whitelaw of Penrith, Conservative politician: misc personal and political papers 1934-97 (WLAW)