Wood, Edward Frederick Lindley, 1881-1959 (1st Earl of Halifax and statesman)
- Existence: 1881 - 1959
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Flimsy copy of letter from Hore-Belisha to Viscount Halifax, on his talk with the Japanese Ambassador about the Sino-Japanese war, with Halifax's reply.
Correspondence between Edward Wood and EHY written during the early years of Wood's 5-year tenure as Viceroy of India.
Refuses to condemn the Polish government's attitude over Danzig without hearing the case in support; typescript, signed; mounted on leaves of album, with press-cuttings from the News Chronicle, 10 May 1939, on verso
Letter from Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 1st earl of Halifax, Office of the Lord Privy Seal, 12 May 1936
Re the use of dum-dum ammunition by Ethiopian forces, he assures Money that no 'explosive or illegal ammunition' has been exported by a British firm to the Ethiopian government; typescript, signed; attached to IV/66 & /67
With his experience of World War I, he doubts whether the government can stop illegal arms sales by British firms; denouncing anti-Italian press propaganda; carbon copy; mounted on album page, with contemporary press-cuttings on verso