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Literary: various correspondence., 29 Dec 1934 - 31 Dec 1935

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/502A-B

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Correspondents include: representatives of the Agence Litteraire Internationale on reproduction rights in WSC's articles (10); William Blackwood [Literary Director of the Amalgamated Press Limited] (2); Sir John Hammerton, Amalgamated Press Limited; Sir Eugen Millington-Drake (2); William Hadley [Editor of the Sunday Times] (2); representatives of the British General Press, asking WSC to write a series of articles on Ramsay Macdonald (8); Shane Leslie; G Bernard Hughes, Editor-in-Chief of "The Queen"; Jonathan Cape, Director of Jonathan Cape Limited, publishers; David Kirkwood [later 1st Lord Kirkwood] asking WSC to write the foreword for his autobiography; representatives of George G Harrap and Company Limited (4); "Max" 1st Lord Beaverbrook; 1st Lord Moynihan; Hamish Hamilton, publisher; Nicolas Epantchine, commander of the 3rd Russian Corps at the battle of Gunibinnen, 1914 [East Prussia, later Poland] on his part in the battle; Desmond Chapman-Huston.Also includes: notes on altering the name "Territorial" of the Territorial Army by Major E Angus Leybourne (6 p); proof for WSC's foreword to David Kirkwood's autobiography; extracts from "The World Crisis" volume 1 (6 p).


  • Creation: 29 Dec 1934 - 31 Dec 1935

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