Chamberlain, Joseph, 1836 - 1914 (statesman)
- Existence: 1836 - 1914
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Subjects include: racial equality, relating to China, the Middle East and Africa; Joseph Chamberlain's memoirs; the Commonwealth in the post-war world; the future of the Suez Canal Zone [Egypt]; review of "Tito Speaks"; Europe's view of the United States; the future of Eastern Europe; Europe or the Commonwealth.
Subjects include: a tribute to Randolph Churchill; JA's return to Parliament as MP for Brighton Pavilion [Sussex] and the economic record of the Government; the state of the West; Joseph Chamberlain.
Subjects include: Joseph Chamberlain; the threat from the Soviet Union; Scottish and Welsh devolution; the Labour leadership crisis; the situation in China; Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; the crisis in Southern Africa; the success of Concorde.
Subjects include: the Westland affair; the legacy of Tito; South Africa; arms control; Joseph Chamberlain; the legacy of the Suez Crisis.
Advice by LSA to Julian Amery on his biography of Joseph Chamberlain, particularly on Free Trade.
Letters to Joseph Chamberlain and used by LSA, from correspondents including: Michael Davitt on the Nationalist view of a proposed visit by Chamberlain to Ireland and misrepresentation of his own view of the Irish political situation and Irish Home Rule (5); Ernest Pretyman.
Cuttings of speeches and letters to the press, either written by Chamberlain [Secretary of State for the Colonies] or concerning him, on subjects including: tariff reform and Free Trade; colonial policy and South Africa.
Set of printed maps for correction: West Africa, 1898; Fashoda and after [later Kodok, Sudan]; the Boer War.