RepositorySpecial Collections Archives (GB 0029)
Ref NoEUL MS 115/36
TitlePamphlets and Periodicals, 1980
DescriptionBox containing pamphlets, periodicals and newspapers relating to Palestine and the Arab-Israeli conflict, including five issues of Imam, a newspaper produced by the Iranian Embassy in London (February to April 1980), seven publications (both Abstracts and Research Papers) by the Centre for the Study of Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations, Selly Oak (December 1979 - June 1980), a typescript by James Piscatori, 'The Implications of the Islamic "Revival"' (1979), Ending the Occupation. Record of Proceedings of the London Seminar, 13-14 December 1980, of the British Section of the Parliamentary Association for Euro-Arab Co-operation, 19 issues of Israleft (January - December 1980), seven issues of New Outlook (January - December 1980), numerous issues of Israeli Mirror/Special Unit of News from Israel (SUNI News Service) from January to December 1980, eleven monthly issues of Associated Christian Press Bulletin (1980), Bible Lands (Spring and Autumn 1980), Irish-Arab News (Spring and Summer 1980), four issues of The Kuwaiti Digest (1980), Archibald G. Walls and Amal Abul-Hajj, 'Arabic Inscriptions in Jerusalem. A Handlist and Maps' (World of Islam Festival Trust, 1980), Aramco World magazine (May-June 1976), WSCF Journal (Vol.1:4, 1980), the book cover for Christopher Walker's 'Armenia. The Survival of a Nation' with a handwritten note on it from the author to the Richmonds inviting them to the book launch, Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa Annual Report 1979, The CAABU Anthology. A Source Book of Quotations on the Palestine Question (1978 revised edition), leaflets on CAABU and the Arab Development Society, Towards Islam: Four Essays by Alistair Duncan (World of Islam Festival Trust, 1977/78), The Bahrain Declaration (1980), Nazar Al-Hadithi, 'The Policy of Westernization in the Arab World' (Arab Papers No.3, 1980), two UN pamphlets, The Status of Jerusalem (1979) and The Question of Palestine (1979), Crucible (October-December 1980, and January - March 1981), three issues of World Faiths (Spring, Summer and Autumn 1980), John Reddaway, 'Right and Wrong in the Pursuit of Peace in Palestine', and Elizabeth Mathiot, 'The Autonomy Plan: Israeli Colonisation under a New Name' (1980). There is also a grey folder marked 'Duplication' and containing photocopies, presscuttings and typed articles, many of them relating to works written and published by the Richmonds. Other papers include newspaper cuttings on Eli Haveev, copies of Diana Richmond's verses and articles from the Downe House school magazine, Free Palestine, the Tablet, World Faiths etc, Newsletter of the Missionaries of Charity and Catholic Herald, as well as multiple copies of articles on the Richmonds that appeared in the Durham County Advertiser.
FormatPrinted material
Access StatusOpen
Creator_NameRichmond; Sir; John Christopher Blake John (1909-1990); archaeologist, writer and lecturer
Richmond; Diana Margaret Lyle (1914-97); writer and campaigner
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