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Literary: Daily Telegraph articles by WSC: 1., Jan 1939 - Mar 1939

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 8/645

Scope and Contents

Includes annotated proofs, galley proofs and cuttings from the Telegraph (and the Belfast Telegraph) for: "Anglo-German Naval Agreement", criticising the 1935 Agreement, the attitude of the Admiralty at that time, German superiority in submarines, and the effect of the Agreement on air parity; "Counting the Cost of Italy's Policies Abroad" on the Anglo-Italian Agreement of 1938, Italian intervention in Spain, and possible Italian conflict with France; "Light and Shade in Europe since Herr Hitler Spoke" on German intentions in Europe, the situation in Yugoslavia, possible Italian conflict with France, assistance from the United States, and the national spirit in Britain (with a letter from Alexander Cadogan of the Foreign Office); "Can Franco Restore Unity and Strength to Spain?" arguing for national unity and the restoration of the monarchy in Spain and against foreign intervention; "Are the Prospects of Peace in Europe Brighter?" on British rearmament, the financial effects of rearmament in Germany and Italy, and the situation in Eastern Europe; "The European Crunch" on the German invasion of the remainder of Czechoslovakia, and its effect on Britain and the countries of Eastern Europe.


  • Jan 1939 - Mar 1939

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