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Sir Robert G.A. Jackson papers, 1945-1983, bulk 1945-1947

Series II: Oral Histories, 1978-1983

Series II contains transcripts of two oral history interviews with Jackson, one from 1978 and one from 1986. He discusses many aspects of his career and work with refugees, including the creation of UNRRA and UNICEF, the Jackson report, and his efforts to provide aid to Kampuchea.

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Box 2 Folder 1-4 Robert G.A. Jackson Interview conducted by William B. Liebmann, 1978, (4 folders)



Box 1 Folder 58 Robert G. A. Jackson Interview with Jonathan Power, 1983