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Cuttings from February edition of Omnibook magazine containing abridged version of "While England Slept" [United States title of "Arms and the Covenant"], including a "Foreword to the Omnibook Edition" commenting on the foresight of WSC's speeches.
Papers against the bill (and later against the act) introduced by David Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer, including: memoranda on 'Dishonest Finance' and the effect of the bill on different types of Friendly Society; programme of the Amend the Act League, including a speech by LSA pointing out defects in the act, with summary; text of speech by LSA against the bill.
The Papers consist of political papers, correspondence, speeches and press cuttings, mainly relating to Trade Unions, the Ministry of Labour and National Service, and the Foreign Office.
Includes a photograph of the courtroom of the Nuremberg Trials, [1945-6].
Includes photographs of the reception and celebration of the 12th Anniversary of the Independence of Burma [later Myanmar]; notes and correspondence, including letters from Harold Macmillan; a family photograph; and lists of speeches made in the United States and Canada.
Includes leaflets, posters, manifestos, and election arrangements (for 1951), for JEP and other candidates and various political parties; also includes some correspondence, including election letters from Edward Heath [Leader of the Conservative Party], Ernle Money, Henry Kerby (2), [Arthur] John Page, and [William] John Biffen (with texts of Biffen's campaign speeches, 1970).
Annotated text of speech by [? LSA] on the state of the Anglo-French Entente after Germany sent a warship to Agadir [Morocco].
Extract from the Times containing the text of WSC's broadcast (30 September 1940, BBC) to the people of Czechoslovakia [later Czech Republic and Slovakia] including Germany's breach of the terms of the Munich Agreement, Hitler's ambitions to incorporate Czechoslovakia, admiration for the Czechs. Ends by stating: "Be in good cheer. The hour of your deliverance will come. The soul of freedom is deathless; it cannot, and will not perish."Carbon typed copy. Filing envelope present.
Transcripts of NK’s speeches, with some annotations and notes.