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KV 2/3822

Michael Scudamore REDGRAVE: British / Rachel REDGRAVE, alias KEMPSON: British. Michael REDGRAVE first came to the Security Service's notice in 1940 when he signed the manifesto of the Communist-inspired 'People's Vigilance Committee'. He and his wife were both involved in the Unity Theatre Communist Group.

Serial 4a: the Security Service raises no objection to Redgrave broadcasting. Serial 14a: Redgrave claims to have been banned from broadcasting. Serial 50a: letter from Guy Burgess to his mother mentioning his meeting Michael Redgrave in Moscow
1940 Oct 29 - 1961 Oct 26
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The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in its original department:   PF 56268
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Public Record
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Retained Until 2014
Record opening date:
28 February 2014

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