Visits abroad, 1986-07 - 1993-07
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Frank Steele; John Duncan, British Chargé d’Affaires, Albania; Michael Robinson, [British Chargé d’Affaires, Belgrade, Serbia]; Sir Timothy Daunt, British Ambassador to Turkey; 10th Duke of Rutland [earlier Lord Granby] on visiting Romania (2); Sir Stephen Hastings on visiting Romania (2); Lord King of Wartnaby; Winston Churchill (2); Lawrence Freedman, Professor of War Studies, King’s College, London, on the 1992 Nassau conference on the history of nuclear warfare, Washington [United States] (2); John Major, Prime Minister, on JA's visits to Oman and Jordan; Douglas Hurd, Foreign Secretary, on JA's visits to Oman, Jordan and Abu Dhabi and to Romania (4); Tom King, Secretary of State for Defence (2); David Gore-Booth, Assistant Under Secretary of State (Middle East), Foreign Office; Sir Robin Renwick, British Ambassador to South Africa; King Leka I of Albania; Michael Atkinson, British Ambassador to Romania; William Waldegrave, Minister of State, Foreign Office, on JA's visit to Romania, 1990; Nicholas Ridley, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry; [Henry] Paul Channon [later Lord Kelvedon]; Ivor Porter on visiting Romania (5); Lord Tombs, Chairman of Rolls-Royce plc, on business with Romania; David Howell; Louis FitzGibbon, Secretary of the British Horn of Africa Council; Sir Leon Brittan, Vice-President of the European Commission, on a CERCLE meeting; 2nd Lord Jellicoe; Sir William Clark; Sir Peter Tapsell; Lord Thomas of Swynnerton, on an Anglo-Spanish conference; [Richard] Anthony Nelson; Andrew Faulds; Lord Fanshawe of Richmond [earlier Anthony Royle]; Geoffrey Robinson; Lord Bonham-Carter; John Home Robertson (2); Lord Cranborne [later 7th Lord Salisbury]; Stuart Bell (2); Henry Armitage [Honorary Secretary to British-Saudi Arabian Parliamentary Group]; John Cartwright; John Browne; Robert Kilroy-Silk; Jonathan Aitken.
Also includes: speeches from the third Antalya conference; papers from the Nassau conference; report on JA's visit to Albania, 1991; note on the political situation in South Africa; note of JA's conversation with Valery Giscard d'Estaing on subjects including his views on Europe; reports on JA's visit to Romania, 1990; note of JA's meeting with Rifaat Al Assad, Vice-President of Syria; note of JA's meeting with Jacques Delors [President of the European Commission] on European Monetary Union; note on a Marshall Plan for Central Africa.
- 1986-07 - 1993-07
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- From the Fonds: Amery, Harold Julian, 1919 - 1996 (Baron Amery of Lustleigh, politician) (Person)