Correspondence A - Z, 1933-01 - 1933-12
Scope and Contents
Correspondents include: 2nd Lord Barnby [earlier Francis Willey]; Eduard Benes [Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs] on LSA's views about the Little Entente and its part in the pacification of Central Europe; 1st Lord Bridgeman; Sir Robert Borden on maintaining Commonwealth unity and reaction in Canada to the Imperial Economic Conference at Ottawa; Sir George McLaren Brown on the dramatic ["New Deal"] economic policies of Franklin Roosevelt [President of the United States]; [Arthur] Neville Chamberlain on subjects including debt payments to the United States and LSA's proposals for the Imperial Sterling Area (3); Mary Carnegie [earlier Mary Chamberlain]; 1st Lord Charnwood [earlier Godfrey Benson]; Lionel Curtis on his sympathy for LSA [? about John Amery]; [David] John Colville [Secretary of the Department of Overseas Trade, later 1st Lord Clydesmuir]; Sir Kinahan Cornwallis [Adviser to Ministry of Interior, Iraq Government] on the peaceful situation in Iraq; John Capper; Geoffrey Dawson [Editor of the Times, earlier Geoffrey Robinson] on Times criticism of the ["New Deal"] economic policies of Franklin Roosevelt; St Clair Donaldson, Bishop of Salisbury; Emir Ghazi on the death of his father, King Feisal of Iraq (2); Sir Ian Hamilton; Sir Charles Harris recalling the First World War Midleton Committee on the Territorial Army (3); James Hertzog, Prime Minister of South Africa on the success of a policy of co-operation between Dutch and English-speaking South Africans; Sir Francis Humphrys [British Ambassador to Iraq] on the death of King Feisal; J L Garvin on the dangers of German rearmament; Richard Jebb; Enid, Lady Jones (2); Sir Roderick Jones [Chairman and Managing Director of Reuters] on subjects including suppressing a story on LSA's personal affairs [? about John Amery] (3); 2nd Lord Lytton on the death of his son and on [?] LSA's troubles with John Amery; Enid Moberly Bell; Violet, Lady Milner; 1st Lord Rennell [earlier James Rennell Rodd]; Jan Smuts on the economic chaos in the United States and Europe, and improved situation in South Africa (2); Sir Stephen Tallents [Secretary to Empire Marketing Board]; James Thomas [Secretary of State for the Dominions] on the dissolution of the Empire Marketing Board; James Welldon [former Headmaster of Harrow School] recalling LSA's career at Harrow; [Arthur] Basil Williams; Sir Samuel Wilson [Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies] on his decision to retire; Josiah Wedgwood; [David] Euan Wallace.
Also includes: memoranda on Sir Roderick Jones.
- 1933-01 - 1933-12
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