Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Subjects include: renewal of the Anglo-Japanese alliance; the balance of naval power in the Far East; the transfer of Gibraltar from the War Office to the Admiralty; defence of naval and commercial harbours; strategic aspects of the naval building programme; engineer officers; officering in the Royal Marines; designs for new ships built 1906-7, and the employment of armed mercantile cruisers; French Navy Estimates.
Subjects include: the new system of entry, training and employment of Royal Marine officers; entry and training of naval officers; the transfer of Gibraltar from the War Office to the Admiralty; the defence of colonial and Indian ports.
Subjects include: Central America; relations with the Soviet Union, including NK's involvement in various human rights cases; the Middle East; sanctions against South Africa; meetings with African leaders; Eastern Europe.
Includes: Commonwealth Parliamentary questions on colonial and Commonwealth affairs; Colonial Office staff lists; paper from the Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce, "Facts on the Gibraltar Problem"; paper presented to Parliament by the Foreign Secretary and Secretary of State for the Colonies on Gibraltar, and recent differences with Spain.
Written from HMS Repulse, HMS Goliath, HMS Canopus, HMS King Alfred, HMS Glory, HMS Albemarle and from the British Embassy, Tokyo, including Gibraltar, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Malta, Russia, Denmark and the Netherlands.
With a diary entry, 12-25 August 1900; an inventory of gifts, undated; a photograph of a polo player, undated; a copy insurance policy, undated; and sketches.
Comprising pencil and pen-and-ink drawings.
Including views of Vigo, Spain; Aden (Yemen); Corfu and Zante (Zakinthos) in the Ionian Islands; Rhodes in the Dodecanese Islands; Suez from the Canal (Egypt); Gibraltar; Malta; Turkey, including Adalia (Antalya); and Salonica (Thessaloniki), Greece.
Speeches mostly relating to reform of the Commission. Also includes the Keir Hardie Memorial Lecture, an opinion on the status of Gibraltar and statements by NK on his visit to Tallinn [Estonia] on the enlargement of the European Union.
Written from HMS Repulse, HMS Canopus, HMS Goliath, HMS Albemarle, HMS King Alfred and from the British Embassy, Tokyo, including England, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Morocco, Gibraltar, Sri Lanka, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Malta, Sicily and Italy.
Papers and correspondence on the future of Gibraltar, including: press cuttings; report by Patrick Wall on his visit to Gibraltar; suggestions by Nigel Fisher [Conservative spokesman for Commonwealth Affairs] for negotiations with Spain; notes on the frontier situation; statements by Sir Joshua Hassan, Chief Minister of Gibraltar, and others to the United Nations Special Committee on progress in ending Gibraltar's colonial status, with extracts from the UN record.
Letter from George Maw to Charles Robert Darwin; written at Gibraltar
Letter from Sir Thomas Lauder Brunton to Charles Robert Darwin; written at Gibraltar
Briefing for meeting with Bossano, leader of the Gibraltar Socialist Labour Party, including Labour policy documents on Gibraltar.
Includes: brief on Spain and NATO for NK’s visit to Spain, Jan 1986; report on the Spanish internal political situation, Jan 1988; note on Labour’s policy on Gibraltar; papers on the visit to London by Enrique Baron Crespo, President of the European Movement, Nov 1988.
Including service in HMS Implacable, 1952-3; HMS Defiance, 1953; and HMS Knaresborough Castle, 1953-4.
With watercolour views of Gibraltar, HMS Implacable and Brixham harbour. Also, photographs and cartoons.
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
The material covers much of Lord Duncan-Sandys public life. Papers, reports and correspondence document the ministries in which he served and there are also constituency correspondence, speeches, publications, press cuttings and photographs. A number of papers exist relating to his involvement in the campaign to restore Capital Punishment, the European Movement and the Civic Trust.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.