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November 16, 1945

TASS Report Distributed to Cdes. I.V. Stalin, V.M. Molotov, A.I. Mikoyan, L.P. Beria, G.M. Malenkov, V.N. Merkulo, A. Ya. Vyshinsky, and V.G. Dekanozov, 'Radio Broadcast'

TASS reports on the first car to run on atomic energy, which drove through London on November 4, 1945.

November 3, 1979

Memorandum by C.U.D., 'Observations on Our Differences with the West Europeans Over Non-Proliferation'

The memorandum describes a difference between President Carter and the West Europeans over their commitment to limiting reprocessing and plutonium supplies for R&D work on breeder reactors.

February 20, 1969

Rajya Sabha Q&A on Collaboration with Britain on Development of Nuclear Energy

Transcript of questions and answers between members of the Rajya Sabha and the Minister of External Affairs, Shri Sitaram Jaipuria, on communication with the UK government in regard to the development of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

August 18, 1951

Letter from F.C. How to Roger Makins

F.C. How of the Ministry of Supply replies to Roger Makins of the Foreign Office regarding negotiations for British nuclear cooperation with India.

January 25, 1952

Letter from John D. Cockcroft to Homi J. Bhabha

John D. Cockcroft, head of the British Atomic Energy Research Establishment, writes to Homi J. Bhabha, Chairman of the Indian Atomic Energy Commission, informing him that the British will not be assisting India with its beryllium experiements since India has already made agreements with the French Atomic Energy project.

April 21, 1954

Letter from Roger Makins to Lewis L. Strauss

Roger Makins of the British Foreign Office writes to Lewis Strauss of the American Atomic Energy Commission regarding a change in policy to allow Britain to share nuclear information with members of the British Commonwealth.

April 18, 1958

Letter, John D. Cockcroft, UK Atomic Energy Authority, to Homi Bhabha

John D. Cockcroft of the UK Atomic Energy Authority answers questions from Homi Bhabha regarding nuclear research and includes the text of a lecture he gave regarding the development of nuclear power in the UK.


The Effects and Control of Radiation

British government pamphlet intended to calm public fears about radiation and the nuclear energy industry. Describes sources of radiation in the United Kingdom and biological effects of exposure, arguing that health risks are minor and the industry is safe.


Nuclear Power, Nuclear Weapons: The Deadly Connection

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament pamphlet arguing that nuclear power and weapons are inseparable and this inseparability leads to the constant violation of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, which must be severely strengthened to avoid nuclear war.