Hankey, Maurice Pascal Alers, 1877-1963 (1st Baron Hankey and civil servant)
- Existence: 1877 - 1963
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and papers relating to a BBC radio feature on Trenchard written and produced by Boyle, 1961
Correspondence between Hore-Belisha and Sir Maurice Hankey [Cabinet Secretary], 1938-02 - 1938-03
Includes a flimsy of Hankey's minute to Sir Thomas Inskip [Minister for the Co-ordination of Defence, later 1st Lord Caldecote] on the need to strengthen the Army.
Correspondence relating primarily to his gathering of information for the biography, 1949-1955
General research correspondence, 1955-1962
Correspondents include R. J. F. Barton (589-598), E. A. Beck (606-622), A. G. Bond (636-647), C. G. Evans (731-742), Sir B. D. Fisher (750-764), Lord Hankey (794-803), Sir E. R. Ludlow-Hewitt (872-910), T. B. Marson (923-933), Sir J. M. Salmond (980-998), J. R. W. Smyth-Pigott (1022-1032), R. Trenchard (1062-1078), Viscount Weir (1101-1119) and R. Wright (1123-1133).
Letter from Maurice Pascal Alers Hankey, 1st Baron Hankey, Committee of Imperial Defence, 13 Mar. 1936
Acknowledging pamphlet on 'Impressions of Ethiopia'; reassurance that the protection of supplies to Britain in time of war has not been neglected; 'The air menace is certainly an added difficulty, but the achievement of a satisfactory counter is not insuperable.'; typescript with MS additions, signed
Miscellaneous correspondence, 25 May 1903-14 Dec. 1940
Research correspondence of H. A. St.G. Saunders, 1950-1951
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