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Arranged alphabetically: B - F, 1894 - 1928

Reference Code: GBR/0014/HURD 4/1

Scope and Contents

BATTENBERG, Prince Louise of congratualtion on an article, 8 Feb 1913

BERESFORD, Lord Charles thanks for information he cannot obtain from the First Lord, 2 Mar 1898

CARSON, Edward concerning prisoners in Russia, 18 Dec 1919

CENTRAL NEWS LIMITED, (Manager) regarding Hurd's journalitic work, 9 Jan, 26 Feb 1894

CHAMBERLAIN, Austen to Private Secretary, Walter W. Green and Grenn to Hurd refusing to allow the latter to publish article on Naval Pigeon Service "which may be made use of by Foreign Nations", 15,16 Jul 1898

CHURCHILL, Winston "... the lack of secrecy which prevails in this country in regard to naval matters, and the levity with which disclosures are regarded, appear to me to amount to a very considerable national evil..." 13 Dec 1911

COMMITTEE OF IMPERIAL DEFENCE, (C.C.O The Secretary) On Hurd's leader on topic of a Naval Staff, 7 Nov 1911

DAILY TELEGRAPH (Managing Editor) regarding Hurd's Naval articles, journalistic career, 11 Jul 1899-1904

FISHER, Admiral Lord about Beresford and his supporters and about statues being erected in London, 31 Jul 1913

FISHER, Lord (son of Admiral Fisher) problems of finding a biographer for his father, 16 Jun 1928


  • Creation: 1894 - 1928


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