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Official: Munitions., Oct 1917 - Nov 1917

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 15/157A-C

Scope and Contents

WSC's Registered Correspondence as Minister of Munitions, Nos. 401-600 Correspondents include: Lord Derby, War Office (9); Edwin Montagu, India Office; H W Massingham, The Nation; Louis Loucheur, French Minister of Munitions; Sir Herbert Hambling, Finance Member of the Ministry of Munitions Council; Sir Joseph Maclay, Ministry of Shipping; Sir Boverton Redwood, on the organisation of the Chemical Warfare Department; Sir Alfred Mond [later Lord Melchett], Office of Works (4); Sir Stephenson Kent; Lord Northcliffe, British War Mission to the United States; Sir Ian Hamilton, on campaign medal for service in the Dardanelles; Sir Thomas Macnamara, Admiralty; Christopher Addison, Ministry of Reconstruction; David Lloyd George, Prime Minister on the Ministry of Munitions Honours List; W H Bernau, Cox and Company, Bankers, on WSC's bank account; C G Wade, Agent-General for New South Wales, Australia; Sir Frederick Black, British War Mission to the United States; Colonel Albert Stern on his appointment as Commissioner of Mechanical Warfare (Overseas and Allied Department) (2); Herbert Samuel, War Office; Lord Moulton on his appointment as head of the Scientific Mission to the United States; Sir George Riddell, Newspaper Proprietors Association control of pulp and paper; Sir Edward Carson on the political situation in Northern Ireland; George Adam Smith, Principal, Aberdeen University on WSC's Rectorship (2); John Hodge MP, Minister of Pensions; Freddie Guest on membership of the Other Club; Charles a'Court Repington; David Davies MP, enclosing magazine "The Welsh Outlook", containing article on "Morale and War Efficiency"; CSC on the establishment of a Masonic Lodge at the Ponders End Shell Works; and Sir William Weir, Controller of Aeronautical Supplies.

Dates

  • Oct 1917 - Nov 1917

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

3 file(s) (3 bound files (390 folios))

Language of Materials

English

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