Official: Cabinet: various papers., 05 Feb 1919 - 17 Jan 1920
Scope and Contents
Includes: memoranda by Edwin Montagu, Secretary of State for India on peace with Turkey and the Anglo-French Conference on the Turkish settlement; the report by E Forbes-Adam and Robert Vansittart [First Secretary, Foreign Office] on the Anglo-French Conference on the Turkish settlement, between 1st Lord Curzon of Kedleston [Foreign Secretary] and Philippe Berthelot, Chief Secretary for Political and Commercial Affairs at the French Foreign Office; memoranda on the future of Constantinople [later Istanbul, Turkey] from the Indian [Moslem] view by Montagu, Ganga Singh and Sinha; a note by Sir Maurice Hankey [Secretary to the Cabinet] on the future of Constantinople; the British Empire Delegation [to the Council of the Principal Allied and Associated Powers] answer to the Turkish delegates on the future of the Turkish empire; 3 memoranda by Curzon on Constantinople and peace with Turkey; extracts by Montagu on the probable effect on Indian opinion of an anti-Moslem settlement with Turkey; note [? by WSC] on the National Russians' fight against the Bolsheviks.
- 05 Feb 1919 - 17 Jan 1920
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