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Archive Collection description: MIL

MIL

Miller Collection (1929-1975)

Margaret Stevenson Miller (1896-?1979) obtained her first degree from Edinburgh University before going on to study at SSEES where in 1925 she became the first student to gain a PhD there. She went on to work as a lecturer in the Department of Commerce, University of Liverpool. During the Second World War she worked as a research strategist in Soviet affairs firstly in Britain at the Foreign Office's Foreign Research and Press Service in Oxford and later on secondment to the United States at the Office of Strategic Studies in Washington. Whilst in Washington she also lectured on Soviet economics at George Washington University. After the war she continued her work at the Foreign Office for a brief period in the Economic Intelligence Department. She spent the remainder of her career as an administrative officer for the Central Electricity Authority and also broadcast, wrote and lectured on Soviet economics. Margaret Miller visited the Soviet Union a number of times and wrote several books on the Soviet economy.

Contents

Note 1: for convenience Margaret Miller is referred to as MM throughout this catalogue.
Note 2: unless otherwise stated all writings are presumed to be by MM.

4 boxes containing 22 envelopes and 12 folders

(Language) English & (small amount) Russian

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