Public speeches and interviews, 1915-09 - 1916-11
Scope and Contents
Texts, drafts and cuttings of speeches by McKenna on subjects including: keeping down wages; relations between Glasgow [Scotland] and the Navy and the qualities of seamen; trade during and after the war; the relative financial strengths of Britain and Germany; the Anglo-French exchange; Britain's financial mobilisation; Canada's financial achievements.
Also includes related correspondence with individuals including: Charles Masterman [Director of Wellington House Propaganda Department] (2); [Charles] Hubert Montgomery, Foreign Office, on the propaganda value of an interview with the New York Times on Britain's financial position; Geoffrey Butler, Foreign Office; Howard d'Egville, Secretary of the Empire Parliamentary Association, on McKenna's membership of the association and his speech on Canada (3).
- 1915-09 - 1916-11
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
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