Found in 91 Collections and/or Records:
Including press cuttings and photographs.
Briefing notes for MT from Alfred Sherman (6), circa December 1980 & April-August 1982, 1980-12 - 1982-08
Business letters sent from places in China and Hong Kong.
Subjects include: the defences of Hong Kong; defence of Egypt's eastern frontier; scale of a possible attack on Prince Rupert, Canada; scale of a possible attack on Australia; the international status of the dominions of Britain was at war. Includes papers for the 1911 Imperial Conference on matters of naval and military defence.
Subjects include: treatment of neutral and enemy merchant ships in time of war; airship policy; trading with the enemy; the Air Committee; armaments of defended ports; provision of long range guns; the strength of the infantry garrison at Hong Kong.
Subjects include: control of aircraft; military conditions governing an attack on Hong Kong; treatment of neutral or enemy merchant ships during a time of war; the maintenance of overseas commerce in time of war; press and postal censorship in time of war.
Copies of Foreign Office telegrams concerning China and the future of Hong Kong, 28-29 July 1984, 1984-07
Copy of Hong Kong magazine, "Ming Pao Weekly", its front page headline reads "the secrets of Mrs Thatcher's wardrobe and hairstyle", 1982
It explains that MT visited Hong Kong for three days from 26th September 1982 onwards and describes places she went.
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.
Written from HMS Goliath, including China, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan and South Korea.
Written from HMS Goliath, including Hong Kong, Singapore, China, South Korea and Japan, the voyage home via Sri Lanka and the Suez Canal, and Sicily.
Written from HMS Goliath, including Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, South Korea, the Philippines and Indonesia.
With a pressed leaf.
Written from HMS Goliath, including Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Russia and China.
Mainly comprising diary entries for 1946.
With a business card.
Written from HMS Goliath, including England, the voyage out to Hong Kong via the Suez Canal and Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, China, Japan and South Korea.
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.
Photographs and souvenirs of events while Edelsten was aboard HMSS Swiftsure and Anson with the 4th Cruiser Squadron, including the unveiling of the memorial to Allied servicemen in the Dutch East Indies [later Indonesia] and ceremonies in Hong Kong following the surrender of Japan and marking the arrival of the newly released Governor, Sir Mark Young.
Papers from CS's visit for trade talks, May 1975, including: itinerary and programme; briefing notes; records of meetings; notes for CS's speeches in press conferences and at a dinner in Peking [later Beijing].
Papers from CS's visit to Hong Kong for trade talks, May 1975, including: itinerary and programme; notes for CS's press conference; records of meetings; correspondence between CS and Sir Murray MacLehose [Governor of Hong Kong], also relating to CS's visit in 1977.
Press copies of letters from Augustine Heard & Co., Hong Kong (1-3) and Foochow (4-11), to various correspondents or concerning particular subjects. Jardine, Matheson & Co. maintained a long correspondence with the firm, and acted as trustee for the liquidation of the company in 1875.
Letters from 'local' correspondents in Hong Kong, sent mostly to partners or employees of Jardine, Matheson & Co. in Hong Kong.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.