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83-002 · Fonds · 1950-1992

This collection consists of sound and video recordings of Generals with camping personalities undertaken by other camping associates. This artificial collection was accumulated by Trent Archives and includes tape recordings found in other camping accessions. Also included are recordings of conference sessions and cassette tape recordings of sessions, addresses and keynote speeches given at the International Camping Congress held at Toronto, January 1983.

Canadian Camping Association
98-009/002(02) · File · 1943-1970
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the Following Material:

  • Marxist Review. Vol XVII. Toronto. July – August, 1960.
  • N. Clarke. The Two Canadas: Towards a New Confederation? The Marxist Quarterly. Progress Books, 1965.
  • Thoughts on Lament for a Nation and the Vertical Mosaic. Trade Unions and Automation. White Man, Wake Up! The Marxist Quarterly. Progress Books, 1966.
  • David Lewis. Frank Scott. Make This Your Canada. A Review of CCF History and Policy. Toronto, 1943.
  • Leslie Morris. Towards Communism. January, 1953.
  • Constitution of the Communist Party of Canada. 7th National Convention, Communist Party of Canada, 1959.
  • Let Us Strengthen the Unity of Communist Movement for the Triumph of Peace and Socialism. Pravda Editorial. January 7, 1963.
  • The Communist Club’s Guide to Radical Student Politics. University of Toronto Communist Club. Second Edition.
98-009/002(03) · File · 1942-1960
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the Following Material:

  • The Road to Socialism in Canada. The Program of the Communist Party of Canada. July, 1960.
  • Tom McEwen. He Wrote for Us. The Story of Bill Bennett Pioneer Socialist Journalist. Vancouver, 1951.
  • Stanley B. Ryerson. A World to Win. An Introduction to the Science of Socialism, 1946.
  • Constitution of the Labour – Progressive Party. Amended at Third National Convention, 1949
  • Malcolm Bruce. War and the Chamberlain Betrayal. The Communist Party.
  • Lieut. William Kardash, M.L.A. 1942 Year of Victory. Defeat the Enemy on a Second Land Front in Western Europe.
  • Canadian Independence and People’s Democracy. National Committee of the Labour-Progressive Party. February, 1952.
  • Canadian Independence and A Peoples Parliament. Canada’s Path to Socialism. Program of the Labour-Progressive Party. June, 1954.
  • Palmiro Togliatti. The Only Correct Path for Mankind. Progress Books. January, 1952.
  • Joe Wallace. Hi, Sister, Hi, Brother! Toronto, 1956.
98-009/002(04) · File · 1948-1968
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Ray Gardner. The Truth About the Hydrogen Bomb. Peace Review.
  • Ray Gardner. 600 Million Friends – for Canada. Peace Council. September, 1954.
  • Edith Holtom. To Prevent a Third World War Ottawa Scene 1948-1968. The Canadian Peace Congress.
  • Labour Facts. Published Monthly by Research Associates. Vol VIII, No 6. June 1957.
  • Canadian Peace Congress Information Service. World Council of Peace. November 21, 1958.
  • Dyson Carter. What's Wrong? Progress Books. 1948.
  • Document: We Must Stop the Tests. Reproduced by the Canadian Peace congress.
  • Greece in Flames. Greek Democratic Center.
Bruce Mickleburgh fonds
98-009 · Fonds · 1939-1970

This fonds consists of publications, pamphlets, correspondence, journals, and reports concerning the International Peace Movement, socialism and communism.

Mickleburgh, Bruce
98-009/002(01) · File · 1943-1953
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Tim Buck. 30 Years; the Story of the Communist Movement in Canada. Progress Books Toronto, 1952.
  • Tim Buck. Canada for Her People. National Committee, Labour-Progressive Party. January 1953.
  • V.I. Lenin. Tim Buck (editor). The Teachings of Karl Marx. Progress Books Toronto, 1944.
  • Tim Buck. Canada in the Coming Offensive. January, 1943.
98-009/001(19) · File · 1959-1960
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Peace Letter. Canadian Peace Congress Toronto. The Case of Mr. F. Nossal. June 9, 1960.
  • Peace Letter. Canadian Peace Congress Toronto. May 18, 1960.
  • Peace Letter. Canadian Peace Congress Toronto. The Chairman's Travel Letter. March 24 – May 5, 1960.
  • Peace Letter. Canadian Peace Congress Toronto. November 17, 1959.
98-009/001(18) · File · April 1952-August 1953
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following materiaI:

  • National Affairs. Youth’s Charter for the Future. Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 4. April,1952.
  • National Affairs. Who Owns Canada – Now? Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 5. May, 1952.
  • National Affairs. Nationalism, Internationalism, and French Canada. Toronto. Vol 9, no 6. June, 1952.
  • National Affairs. Canadian Independence. Toronto. Vol 9, no. 7. July, 1952.
  • National Affairs. LPP in the Federal Elections. Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 8. August 1952.
  • National Affairs. Where Are the CCF Forces Going? Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 9. September, 1952.
  • National Affairs. A People's National Policy to Make Canada Great. Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 10. October, 1952.
  • National Affairs. Stalin's Speech. Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 11. November, 1952.
  • National Affairs. A Congress Victory. Toronto. Vol. 9, no. 12. December, 1952.
  • National Affairs. LPP Brief on Civil Rights. Toronto. Vol. 10, no. 1. January, 1953.
  • National Affairs. Guide to the New Epoch. Toronto. Vol 10, no. 2. February, 1953.
  • National Affairs. Eisenhower Moves to Spread the War. Toronto. Vol. 10, no. 3. March, 1953.
  • National Affairs. Stalin’s contribution to Canadian Democracy. Toronto. Vol. 10, no. 4. April 1953.
  • National Affairs. Labor’s Election Stakes. Toronto. Vol. 10, nos. 7-8. July – August, 1953.
98-009/001(17) · File · 1950-1957
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Second World Peace Congress. Warsaw. Supplement to New Times, No. 47. November 22, 1950.
  • Conspiracy Against Europe. The Paris Agreements – a War Plot. Committee for German Unity. Berlin, 1955.
  • Khasa Subba Rau. Swarajya. Socialism in Our Life Time. Vol 1, No 48. Saturday June 8, 1957.
  • No More Hiroshimas. Tokyo Conference Prospectus. The News of Japan Council Against A & H-Bombs. Vol 4, No 9. May 30, 1957.
98-009/001(16) · File · 1950-1956
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Basil Davidson. What Really Happened in Hungary? Union of Democratic Control.
  • Beatrice King. Five Women in Hungary. Hungary Today. Series Three. Hungarian News and Information Service, 1949.
  • Neil Stewart. Background to New Hungary. London Fore Publications, 1950.
  • Max Morris. Hungary Builds a New Education. Hungary Today. Series Four. Hungarian News and Information Service, 1952.
  • The Hungarian Peace Movement. National Peace Council. Budapest, 1952.
  • Basil Davidson. Two Sides in Germany Which Is Yours? UDC Publication, January 1955.
  • J.R. Campbell. Automation – Friend or Foe? Communist Library.
  • Per-Olow Anderson. The Scribe. No 16. The Center for Middle East Research Information Department. November 1956.
  • Australian Peace Review. Vol 1, No 2. Melbourne, July 1956.
  • Peace; Pursue Something Good Let It Be Peace. Vol 3, No 4. July 1956.
  • The New Zealand Christian Pacifist. Vol 12, No 3. Auckland, May 1957.
98-009/001(15) · File · 1952-1961
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • The Liberated Hungary. The Institute for Cultural Relations, Budapest.
  • Miroslav Micko. Mikolas Ales. Orbis in Prague for the Ministry of Information and Culture, 1952.
  • The Third Hungarian Peace Congress. Hungarian Bulletin. November 22-23, 1952.
  • Zdenek Nejedly. Alois Jirasek. Orbis Prague, 1952.
  • Szinhaz es Mozi. Ilja Erenburg, 1953.
  • Constitution of the Hungarian People’s Republic. Budapest, 1953.
  • Terezin Little Fortress. Translated by Vladimir Varecha. Union of Anti-Fascist Fighters. Prague, 1953.
  • Under the Banner of Leninism. Peace and Socialism Prague, 1961.
98-009/001(14) · File · 1952-1963
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • G. Malenkov. Report to the Nineteenth Party Congress on the Work of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U. (B.) Moscow, 1952.
  • G. Malenkov. Report to the Nineteenth Party Congress on the Work of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U (B.). Supplement to New Times. 1952.
  • Notes of the Soviet Government to the Governments of the U.S.A., Great Britain and France on the Peace Treaty with Germany. No. 12. Supplement to NEWS. June 15, 1952.
  • J. Stalin. Economic Problems of Socialism in the U.S.S.R. Moscow, 1953.
  • N.s Khrushchov. Report of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union to the 20th Party Congress. Moscow, 1956.
  • Judge for Yourselves. Who Advocates Cessation of Nuclear Weapon Tests and Who Hinders It. Documents and Materials. 1955-1957.
  • Speech by N.S. Khrushchov at the Sixth Congress of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany. Speech Occurred on January 16, 1963.
98-009/001(13) · File · 1939-1956
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the Following Material:

  • Frederick Engels. Socialism Utopian and Scientific. International Publishers New York.
  • Georgi Dimitroff. United Front Against Fascism. Marxist Pamphlets No. 3. New Century Publishers, New York.
  • V.I. Lenin. Imperialism the Highest Stage of Capitalism. Little Lenin Library Volume 15. 1939.
  • V.I. Lenin. Left-Wing Communism, an Infantile Disorder. Little Lenin Library Volume 20.1940.
  • Joseph Stalin. H.G. Wells. Marxism vs. Liberalism and Interview. Marxist Pamphlets No. 2. September 1945.
  • Joseph Stalin. Mastering Bolshevism. Marxist Pamphlets No.1. August 1945.
  • V.I. Lenin. The State. Marxist Pamphlets No.4. May 1947.
  • V.J. Jerome. Culture in a Changing World a Marxist Approach. December 1947.
  • A.B. Magil. Crisis in the Middle East, Which Way Israel? February 1956.
98-009/001(12) · File · 1954-1956
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Frederic Joliot-Curie. Bring all Those who Desire Peace into the Campaign for A Peace Pact. World Council of Peace.
  • Resolutions of the World Council of Peace on Cultural Exchange. November 1st – 6th 1951.
  • Qu’est - ce Que Le Conseil Mondial De La Paix? 1949-1954.
  • World of Peace Movement. Resolutions and Documents. 1954.
  • Frederic Joliot-Curie. Cinq Annees De Lutte pour La Paix. Articles, Discours et Documents. 1949-1954.
  • Frederic Joliot-Curie. Je Veux Conaitre: La Question Atomique.
  • L’Assemblee Mondiale De La Paix. Helsinki, 22-29 Juin 1955.
  • Le Combat pour la Paix. Edite par le Conseil National du mouvement de la Paix. Octobre 1956.
  • Le Combat pour la Paix. Edite par le Conseil National du Mouvement de la Paix. Juin 1956.
Documents published in China
98-009/001(11) · File · 1952-1959
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the Following Material:

  • Liu Shao-Chi. How to Be a Good Communist, October 1951.
  • An Account Written by American and British P.O.W. Shall Brothers Be. The Chinese People’s Committee for World Peace, 1952.
  • Statements by Two Captured U.S. Air Force Officers on their Participation in Germ Warfare in Korea. Includes Supplementary Material. The Chinese People’s Committee for World Peace, 1952
  • Report of the Commission for Investigating the Germ Warfare Crime of the American Imperialists. The National Red Cross Society of China. May 29, 1952. (Includes 2 copies)
  • Prisoners of War Shall be Repatriated. The Chinese Peoples Committee for World Peace, May 18, 1952.
  • You Judge It. A Brief Account of the Inhumane Treatment of Prisoners of War by the U.S. Armed Forces in Korea. The Pan-Korean Peace Council, 1952.
  • Stop U.S. Germ Warfare. A Chronological Account of the Germ Warfare and Editorials from the People’s Daily, Perking, and Commentaries Issued by Hsinhua News Agency. (Includes Parts, II, III, IV, V.) The Chinese Peoples Committee for World Peace, 1952.
  • A Chronicle of Principal Events Relating to Peace and Security in Asia: 1945-1954, 1954.
  • A Chronicle of Principal Events Relating to The Indo-China Questions: 1940-1954, 1954.
  • A Chronicle of Principal Events Relating to the Korean Question: 1945-1954, 1954
  • Chairman Mao Tse-Tung on Imperialism and all Reactionaries are Paper Tigers. Renmin Ribao Editorial Department, October 27, 1958.
  • Communique and Resolutions of the Sixth Plenary Session of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, 1958.
98-009/001(09) · File · 1952-1960
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

File consists of a speech called "My Son" by James Endicott (1952), newspaper clippings including a range of topics (Dr. Endicott’s discussion of politics and the Progressive Conservative Party, reference to war and survival) and an article, "James G. Endicott" in The Canadian Far Eastern Newsletter, vol. 13, no. 136, September 1960.

98-009/001(07) · File · 1958
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation. Stockholm. A Meeting Ground for World Opinion, 1 April 1958.
  • Canadian Delegation at Stockholm. Sent Statement to Prime Minister on Middle East Crisis, 16 July 1958.
  • Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation. Includes French and English Correspondence. Outlines Sessions 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9. Spanning 16 – 22 July 1958.
  • John D. Bernal. Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation. Disarmament, 16 – 22 July 1958.
  • Memorandum of the German League for the United Nations. German League for the United Nations. Berlin, 23 April 1958.
  • Draft Report: Commission on the Cooperation of Peace Forces.
  • Draft Appeal: Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation Stockholm, 16 – 22 July 1958.
  • Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation. Includes: Commission on Political Cooperation. The Situation in the Middle East – an Appeal to the Peoples, Economic Cooperation Commission, Declaration of the Disarmament Commission, Cultural Commission, Declaration of the Disarmament Commission, Appeal to the Journalists of the World.
  • Afro-Asian Representatives at Stockholm Denounce U.S. Aggression.
  • Resolution Presented by the Presidium. Stockholm, 16th July 1958.
  • Extracts form the Swedish Press, 17th July, 1958.
98-009/001(06) · File · 1957
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds
  • Anthony Nutting. Extracts from A Series of Articles. Documentation Service of the Secretariat of the World Council of Peace, 5 January 1957.
  • Session du Conseil Mondial de la Paix Colombo. Appel de M. Le Docteur Jose Francisco Socarras Colombie, Juin 1957.
  • Numbered Submissions, Speeches and Statements (includes French and English Correspondence) Themes include: Nuclear Tests, Commitments to Peace, Water, Land and Air Pollution Concerns.
  • Drafts of the Disarmament Commission Recommendations
  • End Atomic Murder. Ceylon Peace Council. The Bulletin of World Peace Conference. Volume One, Numbers 1, 4, 5, 6, 7. 1957.
98-009/001(05) · File · 1957-1960
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following issues of the Bulletin of the World Council of Peace:

  • 5th year, no. 3. Congress for Disarmament and International Cooperation, 1 February 1958.
  • 5th year, no. 22. Bulletin of the World Council of Peace. Enlightened Public Opinion Will Lead to more Effective Action, 15 November 1958.
  • 6th year, no. 1. Action of the Peoples in 1958 Outlook for 1959, 1 January 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 2. Statement by the Executive Committee of the World Council of Peace, 15 January 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 6. Meeting of the Bureau of the World Council of Peace. Moscow from 21 to 25 February, 15 March 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 7. End the Cold War and Do Away with the Danger Spots, 1 April 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 8. Green Light for Negotiations, 15 April 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 9. 1949 Paris – Prague First World Congress of Defenders of Peace, 1 May 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 10. Ensure the Success of the Geneva Conference, 15 May 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 18. We Cannot Wait for Peace We Must Win It, 1 October 1959.
  • 6th year, no. 19. All Peoples Need Peace, 15 October 1959.
  • 7th year, no. 7. The Summit Conference a Victory of the Forces for Peace, May 1960.
98-009/001(04) · File · 1950-1960
Part of Bruce Mickleburgh fonds

Includes the following material:

  • Secretariat du Conseil Mondial de la Paix. Documentation. 10 February 1955.
  • Documentation Service of the Secretariat of the World Council of Peace. Indochina: The Implementation of the Geneva Agreements of 1954 (Elections in Viet Nam in July, 1956).
  • World Council of Peace. Documents and Papers on Disarmament: 1945-1955. Official Statements Pertaining to Disarmament Negotiations Between the Great Powers. Vienna, 1956.
  • Documentation Service of the Secretariat of the World Council of Peace. Documents on the Problem of the Cease-Fire in the Middle East. June 1956.
  • World Council of Peace. Documents and Papers on Disarmament: Second Series, 1956-1958. Official Statements Pertaining to Disarmament Negotiations. Vienna, 1958.
  • International Institute for Peace. Department of Reference and Research. Current Documents and Papers on International Problems Relative to World Peace. Unilateral Renunciation of the Use of Nuclear Weapons. Exchange of Letters between C. Rajagopalachari and N.S. Khrushchov. April 1958.
  • World Peace Movement. Resolutions and Documents, 1958
  • Declaration of the Presidential Committee of the World Council of Peace, 1960