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Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence G., 17 Dec 1947 - 25 Jul 1961

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 2/188

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Correspondents include: 6th Lord Gage; Archibald Cooper (2); Indira Gandhi; Arthur Gardner, United States Ambassador to Cuba; Sir Guy Garrod; Viola Garvin (3); 2nd Lord Geddes on the death of his father, 1st Lord Geddes; Pieter Gerbrandy, former Prime Minister of the Netherlands, on WSC winning the Nobel Prize for Literature; Helmut Gernsheim on his photographic biography of WSC; Sir Gordon MacMillan [Governor of Gibraltar] on the apes of Gibraltar; Michael Hughes-Young [later 1st Lord St Helens], Conservative Central Office, on the apes; Walter Gifford and Augustine Gifford; Elizabeth Gilliatt [former Secretary to WSC] (4); Hadj Thami El Glaoui, Pasha of Marrakesh [Morocco] (17); Harold Freese-Pennefather, Consul-General, Rabat [Morocco] (2); Lord Goddard (3); Victor Gollancz, Governing Director, Victor Gollancz Limited; Lord Dudley Gordon [later 3rd Lord Aberdeen and Temair] (4); Seton Gordon; 3rd Lord Gorell [earlier Ronald Gorell Barnes] (2); General Sir Hubert Gough on a memorial to the 5th Army (2); Walter Graebner, Director, Time-Life International (10); Leslie Graham-Dixon (6); Helen, Lady Graham-Little; Count Dino Grandi; Prince Peter of Greece on his work as Chief Liaison Officer in the Middle East during the war; John Priestman [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary] on Prince Peter; Sir Lionel Heald; General Alfred Gruenther; Amy Guest (7); Sir Leonard Ropner (2); Evelyn Shuckburgh [Principal Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary]; General Henri Guisan (2).Also includes: notes and copies of correspondence by Anthony Montague Browne, Private Secretary to WSC; photographs of the Gibraltar apes; signed photograph of El Glaoui; a press cutting on WSC being approached by United States television; photograph of General Guisan.


  • Creation: 17 Dec 1947 - 25 Jul 1961

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