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Typescript diary, 1965-09 - 1970-01

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/AMEJ 4/1/15

Scope and Contents

Subjects include: a request from Edward Heath [Leader of the Conservative Party] for JA to return from Jordan in Oct 1965 to discuss being one of several Conservative spokesmen asked to step down to make room for younger men (includes telegrams sent between JA, Heath and William Whitelaw [Chief Opposition Whip]); visit to Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe], Jan 1966, including a note of talks with Harry Oppenheimer and Hilgard Muller, the South African Foreign Minister about the sanctions policy; the book by 1st Lord Moran [earlier Charles Wilson] on treating Winston Churchill, ["A Struggle for Survival"]; a visit to the United States to see King Feisal of Saudi Arabia, Jun-Jul 1966; visit to Jordan, Sept 1967 [further copy in 4/1/18]; visit to Ghana, Feb 1968; discussions with Whitelaw about a future place on the Conservative front bench and with Heath on various subjects, Nov 1969; talk with the French Prime Minister, Jacques Chaban-Delmas, Dec 1969, on Anglo-French relations and the question of admitting Britain into the Common Market; visit to Pakistan, Jan 1970.

Dates

  • 1965-09 - 1970-01

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.

Extent

1 file(s)

Language of Materials

English

Former / Other Reference

Box 292

Finding aid date

2014-07-03 15:36:21.950000+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

Contact:
Churchill Archives Centre
Churchill College
Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB3 0DS United Kingdom
+44 (0)1223 336087

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