FCO 141/14400: Singapore. Counter- Communist Education. Secret - Migrated Archives
Correspondence and reports concerned with the establishment and the work of the Counter Communist Education Bureau to 'stimulate active Democratic sentiment and to endeavour to win over Communists and fellow travellers' by use of leaflets, lectures, films, radio programmes and a 'whispering campaign'. It was established to fight the increased flow of Chinese Communist propaganda to Singapore schools. Includes notes on a conference of Directors of Education held in Singapore in June 1949 in which the work of the British Council in the region was recognised, discussions on similar work being undertaken in Hong Kong and press cuttings on the issue including a copy (in Mandarin) of the 'Young Malayans' and extracts from the 'Straits Times'
FCO 141/14400
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