Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence Ti - Tu., 11 Sep 1948 - 14 Mar 1960
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Correspondents include: Viorel Tilea on subjects including a neutral belt in Central Europe (5); John Tilney; Wolfgang von Tirpitz on his article on WSC, and German prisoners of war at Spandau [Germany] (3); Nawab Sir Malik Khizar Hayat Tiwana (2); Kenneth Jamieson, Foreign Office, on the use of a Churchill trademark; Anthony Moir [Churchill's solicitor] on the trademark (10); Michael Wilford [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary] on the trademark (5); Frederick Leishman [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary] on the trademark; Arthur Tandy [Commercial Counsellor, Brussels, Belgium] on the trademark; Ronald Tree on ill-will between Britain and the United States (2); Hilary St George Saunders on his biography of 1st Lord Trenchard (4); 1st Lord Trenchard on subjects including WSC's links with the Royal Scots Fusiliers (6); Katherine, Lady Trenchard, on the death of Trenchard and the amalgamation of the Royal Scots Fusiliers with the Highland Light Infantry (3); 2nd Lord Trenchard on the amalgamation; George Trevelyan on "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples"; Michael Knowles, Regius Professor of Modern History, Cambridge University, on an appeal for Trevelyan; John Plumb, Tutor, Christ's College, Cambridge, on the appeal for Trevelyan (3); Alan Hodge, Joint Editor, History Today, on the appeal for Trevelyan; Harry S Truman (6); Margaret Truman (2); Bess Truman (2); 1st Lord Halifax [earlier Edward Wood, then 1st Lord Irwin, former British Ambassador to the United States] on a dinner for Truman; Sir Campbell Stuart on the dinner for Truman; Emmanuel Tsouderos, former Prime Minister of Greece; Major-General Sir Hugh Tudor on subjects including the cash balance between Britain and India, Dwight Eisenhower's election as President of the United States, and his memories of WSC at "Plugstreet" [Ploegsteert, Belgium] and the Battle of Loos, in the First World War (15); "Archie" [1st Lord Thurso, earlier Sir Archibald Sinclair] on Tudor's reminiscences; William Morrison [later 1st Lord Dunrossil] on Tudor's reminiscences (5); Priscilla, Lady Tweedsmuir. Also includes notes and copies of correspondence by John Colville, David Pitblado and Anthony Montague Browne, WSC's Private Secretaries, and Thomas Fife Clark, WSC's public relations adviser, and Gillian Maturin, Elizabeth Gilliatt, Jane Portal [later Lady Williams of Elvel], Doreen Pugh and "N S" [Jo Sturdee, later Lady Onslow], WSC's secretaries.Also includes: press cutting from the Daily Mail of an article by Viorel Tilea on the health of leading politicians; text of Wolfgang von Tirpitz's article on WSC, with the issue of Suddeutsche Zeitung containing the article; reprint from the Lancet on an exercise system endorsed by Sir Leonard Hill [Professor of Physiology, London Hospital]; questions by Hilary St George Saunders, with WSC's replies, on Lord Trenchard, including WSC's offer of the post of Commander-in-Chief, Home Forces, to Trenchard; menu for Trenchard's 80th birthday dinner; order of service for Trenchard's funeral; notes by various soldiers on army cuts; press telegrams on Truman's appendix operation.
- 11 Sep 1948 - 14 Mar 1960
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