Lady Churchill's letters to Sir Winston, 1941-08 - 1941-12
Scope and Contents
Subjects include: Clementine's view that Churchill should take his doctor, Sir Charles Wilson [later 1st Lord Moran] with him on the journey to [Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, for the Atlantic Charter meeting]; Clementine's rest cure [at Champneys, Buckinghamshire]; Randolph Churchill's new post [attached to the fact-finding mission of Averell Harriman, President Franklin Roosevelt’s Special Representative, in the Middle East]; the bad handling of rail transport on the Bank Holiday; anticipation of the joint Anglo-American statements announcing the Atlantic Charter; Churchill's visit to Washington [United States], Dec 1941; fears for the Pacific; the success of the Red Cross Aid to Russia Fund; Mary Churchill [later Mary Soames]'s service with the ATS [Auxiliary Territorial Service] and Clementine's visit to her camp at Enfield, London.
- 1941-08 - 1941-12
Conditions Governing Access
With the exception of the staff wages books in CSCT 9/1, the collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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Former / Other Reference
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