Minister's office: personal correspondence, 1971-04 - 1974-01
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Sir Gilbert Longden on the British-American Parliamentary Group; Lord Casey on the British-American Parliamentary Group; Admiral Sir Edward Ashmore, Commander-in-Chief, Fleet; Carel de Wet, South African Ambassador to Britain (2); Kyung Nok Choi, Korean Ambassador to Britain; Sir [William] Nicholas Cayzer, Chairman of the South Africa Club (4); Turgut Menemencioglu, Turkish Ambassador to Britain (2); Sir Horace Phillips, British Ambassador to Turkey; [Frederick] Robin Butler, Private Secretary to the Prime Minister; 1st Lord Boyd of Merton [earlier Alan Lennox-Boyd]; Greville Janner; Anthony Bevins, Sunday Express; 3rd Lord Windlesham, Minister of State, Home Office [earlier David Hennessy]; Air Vice-Marshal Stewart Menaul, Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute; Jacques de Beaumarchais, French Ambassador to Britain; Sir Alexander Douglas-Home [Foreign Secretary, earlier 14th Lord Home, later Lord Home of the Hirsel]; William Deakin.
Also includes: arrangements for various visits, including a visit from Ivo Perisin, Prime Minister of Croatia, a luncheon for Julio Turbay, Colombian Ambassador to Britain and JA's visit to Istanbul [Turkey]; copy of a letter from Desmond Donnelly to [Richard Nixon], President of the United States, sympathising over Watergate and describing the political situation in Britain; briefing and notes for JA's speech to the South Africa Club; notes on a speech by JA to the Royal United Services Institute on arms reductions.
- 1971-04 - 1974-01
Conditions Governing Access
The majority of the papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge, though the constituency papers and some of the correspondence and political papers remain closed.
Language of Materials
Former / Other Reference
DateText: The majority of folios date from July 1973.
Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Amery, Harold Julian, 1919 - 1996 (Baron Amery of Lustleigh, politician) (Person)