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(Untitled), 16 Feb 1911

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 12/9/40

Scope and Contents

Copy of a letter from [WSC] to Lord Knollys [Private Secretary to King George V] concerning the King's objection to his letter describing events in the House of Commons and discussion of the "Right to Work" Bill [see CHAR 12/9/39]. He says that he had not intended to give the impression that he supported this bill and that, having received a letter from Lord Knollys expressing the King's views and wishes, he will continue to write letters to the King describing the events of the House of Commons. Manuscript in the hand of Edward Marsh.


  • 16 Feb 1911

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Copyright: Crown


1 folio(s)

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Published: Winston S Churchill II, pp 437-8 (part)

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