Found in 226 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from LSA to his mother Elizabeth Amery [earlier Elizabeth Leitner] on subjects including: her travels in Europe; his visit to South Africa for the Times; army reform, particularly on keeping troops in South Africa, including LSA's dealings with Winston Churchill, Lieutenant-General Ian Hamilton, General 1st Lord Kitchener [Commander-in-Chief], Arthur Balfour [Prime Minister] and Joseph Chamberlain [Secretary of State for the Colonies]; tariff reform meetings.
Including a letter from W. P. Morell in South Africa, 23 December 1950.
Dr Livingstone's South African observations, with calculations for altitude; distance; local, solar and Greenwich time; and longitude. The volume includes a letter signed by Livingstone.
The notes comprise a report of a verbal account from an unnamed informant from the 'Pretoria Press' speculating that Paul Weinthal acted as a spy and agent provocateur for President Kruger before and during the raid.
Briefings for meetings with: Albertina Sisulu, co-President of the South African United Democratic Front; a South African human rights delegation; the South African journalist Zwelakhe Sisulu; Oliver Tambo, President of the African National Congress (ANC).
Includes: correspondence between LSA and Walter Garnett, Assistant Under Secretary of State, Commonwealth Relations Office, on South African state records (1948-49); manuscript article by LSA on the military future of the Boers; copy of an article on Winston Churchill's escape from the Boers; letters and papers from the Boer authorities, including transcripts of messages from Louis Botha [Commander-in-Chief of the Boer forces] and Jan Smuts.
Includes some original correspondence between Leo Amery, Sir Lewis Richardson, Geoffrey Dawson [earlier Geoffrey Robinson], Walter Carey, Bishop of Bloemfontein and Jan Smuts, on South African affairs, including a suggested visit to South Africa by King George V, 1929-30 and an entente between the Dutch and British in Bloemfontein, 1929.
Note on sanctions on South Africa by the Public Affairs group at the Anglo-American Corporation, February 1987, 1987-02
Rough notes from visits and meetings including: a [?] visit to Birmingham and a CBI lunch; a meeting on South Africa and sanctions; a note on [death threats issued against] Salman Rushdie; a meeting with Marie Walsh, Anti-Poll Tax Union, Newbridge, Gwent [Wales].
Rough notes of a strategy meeting with the British Labour Group, National Executive Committee and Parliamentary party; rough notes on South Africa and the imminent release of Nelson Mandela.
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