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Literary: Various correspondence., 21 Oct 1922 - 31 Dec 1929

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/223

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Correspondents include: Colonel Minnegerode of the New York Times about the serialisation of Volume 4 of "The World Crisis", "The Aftermath"; Sir James Henderson-Stewart; Lucy Wise on the visit of Sir Frederic Wise to Germany to report on the country's financial position to the Peace Conference; Professor Leslie Hearnshaw; Henry Forster (3); [Major] Desmond Morton; [Brigadier General James] Edmonds [of the Military Branch of the Historical Section] (6); Commander Taprell Dorling (4); Peter Larkin on WSC's treatment of the role of Canada in "The Aftermath"; Sir Ernley Blackwall; Sir Francis Lindley; Maurice Ashley and Kenneth Dewar concerning his research into the life of John, 1st Duke of Marlborough for WSC's "Marlborough" (10 and 3 letters respectively).Other subjects include: the treaty of Locarno [Switzerland]; Theodore Roosevelt's attitude towards the League of Nations; British dealings with Lenin and [Leon] Trotsky; David Lloyd George's attitude towards Greece; and the Dardanelles.Also includes newscuttings relating to WSC's activities as a journalist and ethical clashes with his work as a Minister; the 5th Army and [Field Marshal Ferdinand] Foch. Includes a 100 Rouble note to be drawn on instructions of [Alexander] Kolchak.


  • 21 Oct 1922 - 31 Dec 1929

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