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Literary: Various correspondence about corrections to and research for WSC's book "The Aftermath" [Volume 4 of "The World Crisis"]., 01 Dec 1928 - 27 Dec 1928

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/218

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence with: Sir James [Cosgrave] (2); Sir Maurice Hankey [Secretary to the Committee of Imperial Defence]; on various subjects including the Peace Treaty after World War I, reparations, the roles of President [Woodrow] Wilson, [David] Lloyd George, [Vittorio] Orlando and [Georges] Clemenceau (6); James Headlam-Morley [Historical Advisor to the Foreign Office] on approving the book for the Foreign Office (2); Desmond Morton on WSC's treatment of General [Pierre] Janin and the surrender of Koltchak [Alexander Kolchak] (3); Alexander Watt of A P Watt and Sons; Major General Sir Alfred Knox on Janin and Kolchak (3); Owen O Malley, WSC's researcher; Sir Roger Keyes; George Lambert on the resignation of Lord Fisher; Sir John Anderson [later 1st Lord Waverley] on Ireland and his dealings with Lord Craigavon [earlier Sir James Craig]; Lionel Curtis [Secretary to the Irish Peace Conference in 1921] on WSC's treatment of Ireland; Sir Berkeley Moynihan and W J Childs on Turkey and its relations with the Soviet Union, Greece and the Allied powers during World War I.Other subjects include: the treatment of the British wounded by the Turks at Gallipoli; WSC's intention to publish letters from [Michael] Collins and a report on reparations.Also includes copies of letters from WSC to the individuals mentioned above and to David Lloyd George.

Dates

  • 01 Dec 1928 - 27 Dec 1928

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

1 item(s) (1 file (103 loose folios))

Language of Materials

English

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