Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
||Materials entirely in
||The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), an organization formed in Great Britain in January 1958, intended to persuade
the government to "renounce unconditionally the use or production of nuclear weapons and refuse to allow their use by others
in its defense." The records of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) contains three linear feet of material including
articles, clippings, minutes and agendas from conferences, files, microfilm, and publications. The material surveys the issues
of the nuclear disarmament movement in England beginning with the formation of the CND in 1958. Several contentious issues
are documented throughout the collection.
4 linear feet
20 oversize removals
3 microfilm reels
|Immediate Source of Acquisition:
||Acquired from Dr. James Nathan, circa 1980.
||Processed by Paul Dziewisz, 1993 May. Finding aid encoded in ArchviesSpace by John Caldwell, 2017 December. Finding aid prepared using Describing Archives: A Content Standard