Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
Telegram from Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean [Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham] to WSC commenting on Libya, Alexandria [Egypt] and the evacuation from Greece. [see CHAR 20/37/119-120 for WSC's telegram].
1:500,000 map of desert north of Gilf Kebir plateau. Printed on linen-backed paper. The western edge of the map charts Italian territory.
Annotated with route and features around the north edge of Gilf Kebir.
1:500,000. Provisional issue, printed on linen-backed paper. The western edge of the map charts Italian territory.
A more detailed map of the Gilf Kebir plateau has been pasted onto the original map (on which it was blank). Extensively annotated in red ink with route and features.
Miscellaneous invitations to social functions received during visit to Egypt.
Notebooks with diary of JA's visit to Northern and Southern Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe], South Africa and Egypt, also including an incomplete typed version, a summary of the visit, and letters of thanks, with correspondents including William Aitken.
Detailed briefings for Egypt, Jordan, and Israel, including itineraries for NK and Glenys Kinnock, details for a visit to the West Bank and Gaza [Palestine] by Glenys Kinnock and letters of thanks.
Papers on NK’s visit to Jordan, Israel, Egypt and Palestine, including: text and draft of NK’s press statement from Jerusalem; overall assessment; rough notes of meetings with Yitzhak Shamir, Prime Minister of Israel, Yitzhak Rabin, Israeli Minister of Defence, ? [Shimon Peres, Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs] and Hosni Mubarak [President of Egypt].
Schedules for NK’s visits to Jordan, Israel, Egypt and Palestine. Includes rough notes of an interview for BBC radio and on a lunch at [or concerning] Gaza.
Briefings and arrangements for visits and meetings including: visit to the British Regional Press Awards; a meeting with Hosni Mubarak, President of Egypt, including rough notes of the meeting; a meeting with Franz Vranitzky, Chancellor of Austria; a lunch for Kazuo Chiba, Japanese Ambassador to Britain.