Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer, Sir, 1874 - 1965 (Knight, statesman and historian)
- Existence: 1874 - 1965
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Official: Prime Minister: correspondence mainly relating to change of administration., 24 Aug 1953 - 31 Mar 1955
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence, mainly with Alderman Donald Forbes, Mayor of Wanstead and Woodford [1953-54] and Chairman of Woodford Conservative Association [from 1956]., Sep 1951 - May 1958
Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence H - N., 26 Mar 1946 - 04 Jan 1950
Public and Political: General: Various: "I worked for Mr Churchill" by Elizabeth Layton, typescript., 1947
Speeches: House of Commons and Non-House of Commons: Speech notes and source material., Apr 1951 - 28 Sep 1951
Letter from Edward Marsh to Captain Albert Larking, secretary of the Early Closing Association (30-40 Ludgate Hill, [London]) stating that the date of the general election is still uncertain and that WSC is feeling better. Carbon copy.
Letter from "Charley" [7th Lord Londonderry] (Christ Church, Oxford) to WSC expressing distress at WSC's defeat at Dundee [Angus, Scotland], describing his own campaigning in County Durham and urging WSC to rest after his operation.
Letter from [WSC] (2 Sussex Square) to Lord Stamfordham [earlier Sir Arthur Bigge] describing how his campaign was truncated due to his illness, announcing his intention of leaving for the Mediterranean on December 1 and stating that he is available to see King George V any time before then. Carbon copy.
Letter from William Ormsby-Gore [later 4th Lord Harlech] (Colonial Office) to WSC thanking him for his letter [on Gore's appointment as Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies], sympathising with him over his appendicitis and his defeat in Dundee [Angus, Scotland], noting "the systematic and thorough way in which revolutionary economics have been taught to the younger men" and taking this as evidence that "sooner or later we shall have a big fight with Socialism in this country.".
Letter from 2nd Lord Lytton (Governor's Camp, Bengal, [parts of Bangladesh and India]) to WSC commiserating with him on his illness and election defeat, congratulating him on his achievements, reporting that the break-up of the Coalition came as a surprise in India, wondering what WSC, 1st Lord Birkenhead [earlier F E Smith] and David Lloyd George will do now, reporting that although he is enjoying his work in India he gets home-sick, and inviting WSC to visit him.