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Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public in Britain and abroad on the Munich Crisis, Germany and Czechoslovakia [later Czech Republic and Slovakia]; mostly supporting WSC's stance and criticising the policies of Neville Chamberlain's government, some offering their services., 16 Sep 1938 - 01 Oct 1938

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/606A-C

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Correspondents include: Miles de Montmorency; Kenneth Hogg; Lancelot Spicer; Dorothy Charques [earlier Dorothy Taylor, later Mrs S A G Emms]; James Leishman on Sudeten German claims; Rutland Boughton; ?[Edna] Lady [Clarke] Hall; Colonel [Charles] Duff; [Arthur] Knighton-Hammond; Cecil Walsh; Dr Hugh Gordon; Rennie Smith; Guy Sixsmith and [Christopher] Shawcross on getting information to the German populace; [Sir] Francis Palmer; Frank Beswick.Other subjects include: France's role; co-operation with the Soviet Union.Also includes: copy of an article by Lieutenant-Colonel George Arbuthnot entitled "How civilisation may be saved"; copies of headlines and extracts from German papers; file note by WSC's secretary "K H" [Kathleen Hill].


  • Creation: 16 Sep 1938 - 01 Oct 1938

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3 file(s) (3 bound files (303 folios))

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