World War I: blockade and Atlantic convoys, 17 May 1915-1942 (Circa)
Scope and Contents
Correspondence and papers re Money's work in the blockade of Germany, and his part in advocating and implementing an effective convoy system for Atlantic shipping in response to the German U-Boat offensive during World War I (so-called 'Atlantic Concentration'). Unless otherwise stated, the item is a letter to Money.
- 17 May 1915-1942 (Circa)
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Language of Materials
- Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer, 1874-1965 (Knight, Prime Minister and historian)
- Fyfe, Henry Hamilton, 1869-1951 (writer)
- George, David Lloyd, 1863-1945 (1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor and statesman)
- George, Frances Louise Lloyd, 1888-1972 (Countess Lloyd-George of Dwyfor and political secretary)
- Harmsworth, Alfred Charles William, 1865-1922 (Viscount Northcliffe, journalist and newspaper proprietor)
- Maclay, Joseph Paton, 1857-1951 (1st Baron Maclay)
- Newbolt, Sir Henry John, 1862-1938 (Knight, writer)
- From the Fonds: Money, Sir Leo George Chiozza, 1870-1944 (Knight, politician and author) (Person)