Peace terms and peace aims, 1917-08 - 1918-12
Scope and Contents
Material on the peace settlement, including: press cuttings; copy of the Brest-Litovsk Treaty between the Central Powers and the Ukraine; memorandum of the Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist war aims; memorandum by LSA on relations with the United States, particularly concerning the future of German colonies; note by 1st Lord Curzon on policy towards German and Turkish colonies; French memorandum on British colonial interests; letter from Chaim Weizmann on the future of Palestine, with pamphlet of the British Palestine Committee; Foreign Office memorandum on the administration of Spitsbergen; memorandum by Arthur Balfour [Foreign Secretary] on aims at the end of the war; memorandum by Richard Feetham on the future of German East Africa [later Tanganyika and Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda]; memorandum on the future of French colonies in the United States and Canada; memorandum by Albanians living in the United States on the future of Albania; pamphlet by Professor Ramsay Muir on the character of the Empire; print of a lecture by Robert Williams, Managing Director of Tanganyika Concessions, Limited, on German possessions in Central Africa; issue of the African Society journal.
- 1917-08 - 1918-12
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The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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