Correspondence A - Z, 1920-01 - 1920-12
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: Sir Henry Birchenough; Sir Herbert Creedy [Secretary of the War Office]; J L Garvin; Margaret Lloyd George; Frederick Kellaway, Secretary, Department of Overseas Trade, on a threatened miners' strike; David Lloyd George, Prime Minister, asking LSA to act as a Civil Commissioner during a strike; Andrew Bonar Law [Lord Privy Seal] on LSA acting as a Civil Commissioner; Oliver Locker-Lampson, on LSA eventually succeeding 1st Lord Milner as Secretary of State for the Colonies; Terence Macnaghten [Vice-Chairman of the Oversea Settlement Committee] on Ministerial control of the committee during Milner's absence in Egypt, particularly LSA not having enough time to deal with it; Charles Vince [former Secretary of the Birmingham, Aston, and Handsworth Liberal Unionist Association]; Hugh Thornton [Private Secretary to Milner] on working with LSA during Milner's absence; General Sir [Francis] Reginald Wingate [former High Commissioner to Egypt] on British successes in Egypt and the Sudan; Prince Albert, Duke of York [later King George VI] asking LSA to send a package to Australia.
Other subjects include: the Empire Tour by the Prince of Wales [later King Edward VIII and Edward Duke of Windsor].
Also includes: memorandum by LSA on the influence of the war and the Versailles Conference on the Imperial position.
- 1920-01 - 1920-12
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The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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