Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:
Analysis: Jewel in the Constitution, 6-7 April [Radio 4]; JEP on the Soviet Union, John Dunn Radio 2, 26 June, 1989-04-06 - 1989-06-26
Cassette recordings of speeches and radio interviews and broadcasts by JEP.
Sketch of the life and work of A. M. Liapounov by B.M. Lyapunov, which appeared in the Reports of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 1930, with related works, translated into English by A. J. Pressland, 89 folios: (fo. 1) the Russian Academy sketch; (fo. 46) lecture by A. M. Liapunov 'On the form of celestial bodies'; (fo. 77) obituary notice for Liapounov. Contributors include A. J. Pressland.
This series contains correspondence, photographs, cuttings, and reports about the parliamentary delegation in 1945. Members of the group included Colonel Walter Elliott (Conservative MP), Mr Wilfred Roberts (Liberal MP), Lord Farrington, Mr Tom Fraser (Socialist MP), Mr PW Jewson (MP), Major RE Manningham Buller (Conservative MP), Mr John Parker (Socialist MP), Colonel CE Posonby (Conservative MP), and Commander Stephen King-Hall (Independent MP).
Contains cuttings referring to the biography of WSC, ‘Battle’, with a minority of photographs and cuttings concerning other topics, 1932-08-30 - 1940-11-09
Foreign Policy: Riots in Ireland; Soviet Union begins the second of its five year plans.
Career: Release of Hugh Martin’s biography of WSC, aptly entitled ‘Battle’, results in the press re-examining almost every episode of any interest in WSC’s early life. ‘Battle’ is given a variety of complementary reviews from a comprehensive selection of newspapers.
Comprises: Preface; Chapter 1, Early Memories; Chapter 2, Into Parliament; Chapter 3, The House of Commons; Chapter 4, The Soviet Union; Chapter 5, Henry Moore, By-Election Songs, and Waterloo Bridge; Chapter 6, The Spanish Civil War; Chapter 7, Collapse of MacDonald's Government; and Chapter 8, Wartime.
Comprises: Chapter 9, Post-War; Chapter 10, Dalton and Gaitskell; Chapter 11, The Steel Industry Battle; Chapter 12, The Atomic Bomb and Soviet Spies; Chapter 13, Slaugham; Chapter 14, Bevan's Resignation; Chapter 15, Theatre Censorship; Chapter 16, Museum Charges and Clay Cross; Chapter 17, Miscreants; and Chapter 18, The Lords.
Correspondence regarding the supply of chronometers to the Russian Government.
Correspondence regarding the Indian Survey, including triangulation stations and instruments, with a chart showing the connection between the triangulations of India and Russia, 1914.
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.
Correspondence with Soviet Union observatories and universities, including Professor A.A. Mikhailov and Z.I. Kadla of the Pulkova Observatory, Leningrad.
Correspondence with Russian observatories, including correspondence with M.S. Zverev, President of the Commission of the International Astronomical Union; V.B. Mkonov, Crimean Astrophysical Observatory; Professor B.A. Orlov, Pulkowa Observatory, Leningrad; and E. Federov, Chief of the Hydrometeorological Service of the U.S.S.R.
Photos and cartoons of WSC and General Election, economy, Russia, income tax, war reparations.
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.
Correspondence, reports and papers, particularly from the Dardanelles and Arabia, including a diary of a journey with T. E. Lawrence ['Lawrence of Arabia', later T. E. Shaw].