Public and Political: General: Proposed broadcasts abroad following BBC ban., 22 Apr 1932 - 04 Jul 1932
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Correspondents include: Ira Morrison, Chairman of the International Radio Forum (enclosing information about the purpose of the forum) on arrangements for WSC to speak (2); [Benjamin] Cardozo on a broadcast by WSC; Esmond Rothermere [later 2nd Lord Rothermere] on the BBC's refusal to allow WSC to speak (3); Charles Hunter suggesting venues from which WSC could speak.Also includes: copies of letters from WSC to the individuals mentioned above and a note from Violet Pearman [Secretary to WSC] with a telephone message from Nancy, Lady Astor warning WSC not to speak.
- 22 Apr 1932 - 04 Jul 1932
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