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South Africa

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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

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"My Political Life", volume IV: assorted drafts and rough notes, 1924 - 1975-08

Reference Code: GBR/0014/AMEJ 8/5/23
Scope and Contents Includes some 1920s correspondence between Leo Amery [while Secretary of State for the Colonies] and others, mainly Jan Smuts, on subjects including Imperial Preference, relations with Japan, increasing the white element in East Africa, the development of Iraq and Palestine, Imperial Conferences, the Locarno Pact, the success of the RAF visit to South Africa in 1926, the South African flag, the idea of Smuts becoming High Commissioner for Palestine, South African politics and Amery's visit...
Dates: 1924 - 1975-08
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The majority of the papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge, though the constituency papers and some of the correspondence and political papers remain closed.
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Special correspondence: Jan Smuts, 1903-09 - 1950-10

Reference Code: GBR/0014/AMEL 2/2/24
Scope and Contents Correspondence with Smuts on subjects including: accounts of military operations on the Tugela River [South Africa]; the Irish Convention (1917); the Palestine Campaign; the need for a separate Air Staff; costs of the separate war fronts; peace negotiations following the First World War; migration to South Africa; the Locarno Pact; the Imperial Conference (1926); LSA's Empire Tour; the proposal that Smuts should become High Commissioner of Palestine; the South African flag; the League of...
Dates: 1903-09 - 1950-10
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.

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