Imperial Conference 1930, 1930-08 - 1930-12
Scope and Contents
Papers and correspondence on the conference, including: letter from Sir Maurice Hankey [Secretary to the Cabinet] on the possibility of South Africa seeking the right of secession from the Empire; memorandum and article by LSA on the failure of the conference; Conservative and Unionist hints for speakers on the Socialists and the conference; copy of a statement by Stanley Baldwin, leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party, on national and imperial policy; extract from Hansard, including a debate on Empire trade; memorandum by LSA on the conference and Unionist policy towards the Empire, particularly on the economy; directory of the conference; evidence submitted to the economic section of the conference by the federation of Empire chambers of commerce; letter from LSA to Richard Bennett [Prime Minister of Canada] on the right of secession from the Empire; article by LSA on the conference and Imperial Preference; report of the Committee on Economic Co-operation.
- 1930-08 - 1930-12
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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