Italian politics, 1916-12 - 1917-07
Scope and Contents
Correspondence between C A Mills, head of British propaganda in Italy, and [Arthur] Basil Williams, forwarded to LSA, on subjects including: attacks on shipping in the Adriatic; political opinion in Italy on the war and ways of countering anti-British feeling, particularly on interest charged on loans to Italy, prices charged for British coal exports and rates of exchange; pro-German feeling and spy scandals in the Vatican; propaganda methods; the English Red Cross in Rome; friction between the Allied fleets; economic reconstruction of Italy.
Also includes: articles on the economic reconstruction of Italy and German manipulation of Swiss exchange rates.
- 1916-12 - 1917-07
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The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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