Attlee, Clement Richard, 1883 - 1967 (1st Earl Attlee, statesman)
- Existence: 1883 - 1967
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Script of A Prime Minister Remembers. From Francis Williams to Earl Attlee, Notes of possible topics for discussion in television programme - Early Life. Programme produced by Richard Cawston - Lord Attlee in conversation with Francis Williams. 3 tapes of Williams and Attlee conversations- available as access copies.
Drafts of A Prime Minister Remembers - The War and Post-War Memoirs of The Rt Hon Earl Attlee, Based on his Private Papers and on a Series of Recorded Conversations. Published by Heinemann (UK, 1961).
'A Prime Minister Remembers' - The War and Post-War Memoirs of The Rt Hon Earl Attlee, Based on his Private Papers and on a Series of Recorded Conversations. Published by Heinemann (UK, 1961)., 1946 - 1961
Includes draft copies of various chapters.
Letters regarding Thomas Horabin’s move to the Labour Party
Papers relating to Gorell Barnes' period as Personal Assistant to the Prime Minister, Clement Attlee, 1946-10-08 - 1948-01-31
Files of spare carbon copies of letters and minutes.
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.
Barnett's manuscript record of the interview held in Attlee's rooms in the Temple about the Second World War. Questions cover a range of subjects including: foreign policy and grand strategy; policy towards Russia, Japan and the Unites States; Winston Churchill; opinions of wartime generals Dill, Alan Brooke, Pound; military operations.
The small collection of Clement Attlee's papers held at Churchill Archives Centre consists of material relating to Attlee's autobiography (published in 1954), "As It Happened" (Heinemann) and some correspondence.
Typescript and handwritten manuscript for book on the relationship between democratic socialism and capitalism in Britain, and the 1945 Labour government. Published by William Heinemann (London, 1948) and as 'Socialist Britain: its Background, its Present, and an Estimate of its Future' by Viking Press (USA, 1949).