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Literary: Articles by WSC for the Daily Mail., 1932

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/317

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Proofs and newspaper cuttings of the following articles by WSC: "I was conscious through it all" and "My New York [United States] misadventure" on WSC's accident in which he was hit by a motor car; "The Academy reveals Britain's brave gaiety" on the Royal Academy exhibition (including a draft of the article by Edward Marsh); "My happy days in the Bahamas "; "Words on the Irish Treaty" on the announcement by [Eamon] De Valera of the abolition of the Oath of Allegiance; "Lord Oxford [and Asquith, earlier Herbert Asquith] as I knew him" on a biography by J A Spender and Cyril Asquith; "Some plain speaking about Geneva" on the increasing naval power of Germany and the Geneva Disarmament Conference; "The real issue in India" and "India may still be saved from disaster" on affairs in India including the Round Table Conference, the policy of Sir Samuel Hoare [later Lord Templewood, Secretary of State for India] and the impotence of Gandhi; reviews of the National Government entitled "Mr Churchill and the Cabinet's record - so far!" and "The first session - a summing up"; "Let us have peace" and "My armistice day reflections" on German re-armament and the position of the British empire; "Can we defend ourselves?" on the threat of air invasion and an review of a biography of Joseph Chamberlain by J L Garvin.


  • 1932

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