Inwards letters from 1st Lord Milner, 1901-07 - 1951-07
Scope and Contents
Letters from Milner to LSA on subjects including: LSA working for Milner; the War Office; the National Service campaign; the 1907 Imperial Conference and a speech by Alfred Deakin [Prime Minister of Australia and Australian representative at the Imperial Conference]; the Compatriots [tariff reform group]; the South African Government; using a voice specialist to help Milner with his speeches; articles by LSA on army reform; Milner's own weariness; his disagreement with the Government's policy on South Africa; cutting himself off from the Unionists.
Also includes: letter from John Buchan [Private Secretary to Milner as High Commissioner for South Africa, later 1st Lord Tweedsmuir] on employment of reservists and volunteer troops in South Africa; telegram from Alfred Deakin.
- 1901-07 - 1951-07
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DateText: The letters from Milner date from 1901 to 1907.
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