Eden, Robert Anthony, 1897 - 1977 (1st Earl of Avon, statesman)
- Existence: 1897 - 1977
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of correspondence between CSC and 1st Lord Avon [earlier Robert Anthony Eden] and Clarissa, Lady Avon [earlier Clarissa Churchill], also including copies of letters from Anthony Montague Browne [former Private Secretary to Sir Winston Churchill].
Comprising correspondence with Anthony Eden [Earl of Avon] including a copy of a NATO press conference meeting report, Rome, 1951 and also including a copy of cabinet minutes on the EDC (80); correspondence between Anthony Eden with A Moir [The Times]; M Muggeridge; F Giles; Sir Burke Trend; Harold Macmillan; JA McCracken; BJ Pimplott; and Harold Wilson (18). Also including correspondence with Robert Arthur James Gascoyne Cecil [5th Marquis of Salisbury] (2); and Martin Gilbert (4).
Diary. Subjects covered include: Cadogan's relationship with and his role within the Foreign Office; the atmosphere within the Foreign Office and his opinions on international relations with Germany, Italy, Japan and China; the status of the Abyssinian delegation to the League of Nations and the abdication of King Edward VIII as well as social and family events.
Diary. Subjects covered include: relationships inside the Foreign Office and diplomatic service; the Abyssinian crisis and relations with Italy as differing to those with Germany; the Anglo-American and Anglo-French relationships; Anthony Eden's resignation in February; the Czechoslovakian crisis and the Munich Agreement; the policies of rearmament and appeasement and the League of Nations as well as social and family events.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
Subjects include: [Robert] Anthony Eden [1st Lord Avon]; the European Parliament; Romania and the United Nations; the reality of the Soviet threat to the West.
Includes memorandum of conversation with Anthony Eden and a letter about him inserted with other papers
Includes letters inserted from inter alia Anthony Eden and Alexander Cadogan.
Notes for [?or on] an article for Foreign Affairs magazine on [?] Sir Anthony Eden [later 1st Lord Avon].
The collection comprises George Leggett's diary of the Potsdam conference, souvenirs and papers connected with his time in Potsdam, and electronic transcripts of the diary.
Material largely relating to time working at Palace of Westminster. Includes letters signed by Prime Ministers, photographs of weddings, memorable visits in recess and material relating to charitable roles. Also includes 2 loose Royal Warrants for Henry Lennox Hopkinson, 1st Baron Colyton (1936 and 1944).
Publicity papers, material from the Heads of Government Conference, 1955, and papers on Eden's visits.