Churchill, Randolph Frederick Edward Spencer, 1911 - 1968 (politician, author)
- Existence: 1911 - 1968
Admin / Family structure
Son of Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from Algiers and Paris [France] on subjects including: life in Algeria; Winston Churchill’s visit to Marrakesh [Morocco], Jan 1944 and Clementine Churchill’s view that he would die after the war; a visit by Mary, Lady Spears [earlier Mary Borden], Feb 1944; a visit from Martha Hemingway [Martha Gellhorn], Mar 1944; Charles de Gaulle ("Charlie Wormwood"); Randolph Churchill’s plane crashing, July 1944 and stay, Aug 1944; going to Italy, Aug 1944; life in Paris.
Cuttings and correspondence on Randolph Churchill's candidacy in the Wavertree By-election, Liverpool and the split in the Conservative vote over his stand on the issue of self-determination for India.
Photographs of WSC's son with family and on public engagements.
Photographs of childhood, family and career.
Photo shows Randolph Churchill holding Arabella Churchill in his arms, with Winston Churchill standing next to him.
The collection comprises correspondence between Sir Martin and Robert Hastings of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker about his work on the official biography. The correspondence was kept by Hastings. It was purchased at auction by Claude Sère, and donated by him to the Archives Centre.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.