Found in 1098 Collections and/or Records:
Account by Ulf Brandell of contact between the Swedish Secret Intelligence Service and the British Government, 1944
Concerning a possible exchange of information about Britain's plans for a landing in German occupied Norway and German development of rocket weapons.
Subjects include: naval reforms; the Dreadnought; views of Admiralty policy from foreign and colonial officers and German naval officials; the Imperial German Navy; redistribution of the squadrons; the Committee of Engineer Officers.
Subjects include: the report of the British naval attache in Berlin [Germany]; repairs to the Fleet; German feelings about war with Britain; armament of cruisers in the 1908-09 programme; mobilisation.
The collection includes notes and drafts of published writings, texts of speeches given to the House of Lords and to other institutions, reference notes, subject files, engagement diaries, and personal papers.
Published as "The Zeiss Example. A Different Outlook in Industry" in "The New English Weekly", vol. XXXII no. 3, 30 October 1947.
With letters and press cuttings, 1949-62.
Annotated articles, including: "The German Emperor: the responsibility of William II"; "Prince Bülow on Peace"; "Der deutsche Kanzler und der Kriegsausbruch" (The German Chancellor and the outbreak of war); review of "Turkey and the War"; "The Frankfurter Zeitung on Herr von Bethmann Hollweg".
Note; by Sir Francis Darwin pp Charles Robert Darwin
Includes the title pages of "Bismarck, the man and the statesman", but the actual notes are more likely to be for "Bismarck and the Foundation of the German Empire".
Correspondence on JWHM's visit to inspect German Reform schools, including a list of the main Reform schools in Germany.
BBC breakfast news bulletin on NK’s visit to the Siemens plant, Frankfurt, Germany, particularly on company training programmes.
Mounted black and white photographs of the visit by WSC and CSC to West Germany to receive the Charlemagne Prize.
Prints of the Colonial League weekly news bulletin, mainly on Germany's claim to her former colonies in Africa and colonial affairs in general, particularly relating to Africa.
Also includes: notes by LSA on publishing colonial propaganda through the weekly bulletins, and on the League's purpose.
Detailing schedules, names of ships, procedure and guest list.
With maps showing the route.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.