Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public on the Munich Crisis, Germany and Czechoslovakia; mostly supporting WSC's stance, some offering their services., Sep 1938 - Oct 1938
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Maurice Ernest on setting up a Ministry of Propaganda; [Charles] Cahn; Kenneth Moore on forming a new "Constitutional" Party; [Frederick] Bellenger commenting on a visit to Germany; Gerald Brenan; Glanville Brown; Brigadier-General Lionel Milman; [John] Woodthorpe; Edward Hutton; Richard Acland.Other subjects include: introducing proportional representation for local elections.Also includes: letters from Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic and Slovakia] and France; papers entitled "What Konrad Henlein [Sudeten Nationalist Leader] said" and "The Reform of Local Elections"; League of Nations Union paper on Czechoslovakia; resolutions from local branches of the League of Nations Union; various cuttings including a cartoon of [Adolf] Hitler; file notes by WSC's secretary [Violet Pearman].
- Sep 1938 - Oct 1938
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2 file(s) (2 bound files (255 folios))
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