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(Untitled), 14 Nov 1918

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/103/73

Scope and Contents

Letter from 1st Lord Rothermere [earlier Sir Harold Harmsworth] (71 Savoy Court, Strand, [London]) to David Lloyd George asserting that Lloyd George's coalition owes its survival to its supporters in the press and complaining about the attacks made on him [Rothermere], Lord Northcliffe [earlier Sir Alfred Harmsworth] and Lord Beaverbrook [earlier Sir Max Aitken] at meetings of the Unionist War Committee. States that he will not work for the return of Conservative MPs, whom he believes will obstruct land legislation "of a most revolutionary character", which will be needed "to save this country from movements which will have a Bolshevist tendency." Signed typescript.

Dates

  • 14 Nov 1918

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Extent

1 folio(s)

Language of Materials

English

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