John Boynton PRIESTLEY: British. J B PRIESTLEY came to the significant notice of the...

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Details of KV 2/3774
Reference:KV 2/3774
Description: John Boynton PRIESTLEY: British. J B PRIESTLEY came to the significant notice of the Security Service in 1941 in connection with the '1941 Committee' which amalgamated with the 'Forward March' movement to form 'Common Wealth'. He resigned in 1942 and resisted attempts by the Communist Party and its front organisations to make use of him
Note: Serial 16a: 1934 pamphlet 'The Sedition Bill Explained'
Date: 1933 Jun 10 - 1954 Mar 18
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department PF 61979 VOL 1
Legal status: Public Record
Access conditions: Retained Until 2014
Record opening date: 28 February 2014

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