Milner, Alfred, 1854 - 1925 (Viscount Milner, statesman)
- Existence: 1854 - 1925
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Transcripts of broadcasts contributed to by LSA on subjects including: tribute to Sir Winston Churchill, with LSA recalling Churchill at Harrow School; tribute to 1st Lord Milner, with LSA recalling Milner in the First World War and the reasons for his failure to become a popular leader; tribute to 1st Lord Curzon, with LSA recalling why Curzon did not become Prime Minister after Andrew Bonar Law's resignation in 1923.
Comprising correspondence with Lord Milner [High Commissioner for South Africa] (19).
Comprising correspondence with Lord Milner [High Commissioner for South Africa] (16).
Comprising correspondence with Lord Milner [High Commissioner for South Africa] (23).
Correspondence on LSA's series of articles for the Cape Times on Milner, with correspondents including Lionel Curtis, on controversy over Milner's farm-burning policy in the South African War (3).
Also includes: press cuttings of LSA's articles and subsequent correspondence printed in the Cape Times; text of the articles.
Includes: reprint of a series of articles, "The Elements of Reconstruction" on the post-war Empire, with an introduction by Milner; articles on Milner by LSA; reprint of a speech by Milner on the Commonwealth; an appreciation of Milner by Sir [James] Percy Fitzpatrick; paper on Milner and the wartime unified command, by [William] Basil Worsfold; copy of Milner's "credo", or statement of political beliefs; copies of LSA's article "Milner: The Man".
Press cuttings on the death of 1st Lord Milner, including obituaries, reminiscences and speeches by LSA, General Jan Smuts and Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister, accounts of the funeral and Milner's statement of his political beliefs, or "credo".
Transcripts summarising letters from LSA to Chirol [Director of the Foreign Department of the Times] on LSA's work as the Times war correspondent in South Africa, particularly his discussions with Sir Alfred Milner [British High Commissioner for South Africa] and on Cecil Rhodes.
"The Life of Joseph Chamberlain": copies of letters from 1st Lord Milner to Chamberlain, vol 1, 1897-1900, 1920-08 - 1930-08
"The Life of Joseph Chamberlain": copies of letters from 1st Lord Milner to Chamberlain, vol 2, 1900-1901, 1901 - 1930-08
Includes Milner's memorandum to the Cabinet on the pacification of South Africa, June 1901.