Berlin: Miscellaneous Requests for Information Concerning Berlin

1 Jan 1982

A file containing documents relating to requests for information on Berlin. Subjects covered in the file include the British government's position on the leading Nazi Martin Bormann, following a report that he could still be alive; a West Berlin resident who wished to establish a banking academy; passport-control procedures for British citizens entering and leaving West Berlin; and a British woman undertaking a work placement at a West Berlin hotel. Documents in the file include a briefing paper on the origins and history of the Berlin Wall; and a draft questionnaire compiled by a research institute in Berlin, entitled "The security policy options of the West in the 1980s", to be answered by politicians, civil servants, and other public figures.
human rights united kingdom education banking east-west relations employment historiography international relations passports war crimes war criminals berlin second world war british government berlin wall British nationals abroad letters from members of the public Media and Culture West Berlin Border Security and Migration Rudolf Hess former Nazis Berlin border crossings
Collection ID
United Kingdom
Department Reference
WRL 301/2
Document Type
Correspondence Memoranda Miscellany
File Reference
FCO 33/5908
The following item has been removed from this file due to copyright restrictions: The Times, 01.03.1973, Officials say skeleton is Bormann's.
Persons Discussed
Rudolf Hess
Published in
United Kingdom
Subject Countries
Border Security and Migration International Relations Media and Culture

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