Edward, VIII, 1894 - 1972 (King of Great Britain and Ireland, afterwards Duke of Windsor)
- Existence: 1894 - 1972
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Public and Political: General: telegrams on the abdication crisis, mainly supporting WSC's stance, several from the Dominions, and a celebratory calendar of King Edward VIII [earlier Edward, Prince of Wales, later the Duke of Windsor]., 1936
Correspondents include: Louis Bromfield; Sir Reginald Banks on New Zealand opinion; [Marion] Cran; Lieutenant-Colonel [Augustus] Duke; Therese and [Walter] Richard Sickert.Other subjects include: suggestions that WSC broadcast on the crisis to Australia or the United States; Edward's health.
Letter from Philip Guedalla, Hyde Park Street, London W2 to WSC, praising WSC's stand "in the past week" [presumably on the Abdication Crisis].
Letter from Sir Hugh Tudor, St John's Newfoundland [later part of Canada] to WSC, commenting on the international situation, particularly the Germany-Japan "anti-red agreement", the Abdication Crisis and rearmament.
The Declaration of Abdication Bill [printed].