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The Foreign Office maintained a close watch on world affairs in 1951. While the British government changed, the priorities of the Foreign Office remained constant. Compared to previous years, officials paid less attention to events in Europe and recorded more involvement in NATO, the Middle East, and Asia.
How the courageous efforts of the Wisconsin Historical Society have served future generations of the Vietnam War scholars.
Newly uncovered government documents about MLK provide a deeper glimpse into a history that is still unfolding.