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Comprising a journal of visit to Arthur Balfour in Paris (12).
Tribune de Paris interview with Leo Amery, JA, Alexandre Varenne, former French Governor of Indochina and André Labouquère, on subjects including self-government for India and on Indochina [later Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam].
Letters from Archer Geoffrey Lyttelton to Margaret Lucy Becher and photograph of Lyttelton, 1914 - 1916
Lyttelton writes of experiences during the war, of his experience at Ypres in 1914 as Lieutenant Colonel - he writes on a typewriter, missing the P. Includes a letter regarding Archer being fit for service again.
Letters sent while John Julius was studying languages at the Université de Strasbourg, France.
Letters from Algiers and Paris [France] on subjects including: life in Algeria; Winston Churchill’s visit to Marrakesh [Morocco], Jan 1944 and Clementine Churchill’s view that he would die after the war; a visit by Mary, Lady Spears [earlier Mary Borden], Feb 1944; a visit from Martha Hemingway [Martha Gellhorn], Mar 1944; Charles de Gaulle ("Charlie Wormwood"); Randolph Churchill’s plane crashing, July 1944 and stay, Aug 1944; going to Italy, Aug 1944; life in Paris.
Letters from France, chiefly the British Embassy in Paris [France], mainly on entertaining, with other subjects including: the Conference of Foreign Ministers (including Ernest Bevin [Foreign Secretary]); the declining health of "Loulou" [Louise de Vilmorin]; visits from Winston Churchill in Paris and Geneva [Switzerland], July and Aug 1946; Mary Churchill’s engagement to [Arthur] Christopher Soames; the death of Lady Diana’s sister Marjorie, Lady Anglesey.
Letters from France, chiefly the British Embassy in Paris [France], mainly on entertaining, including visits by Rosamond Lehmann and Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, with other subjects including the wedding of Mary Churchill to [Arthur] Christopher Soames, and the signing of the Treaty of Dunkirk.
Letters from France, chiefly the British Embassy in Paris [France], mainly on entertaining, but also on Winston Churchill’s visit to Paris, Nov 1944, and the death of [?] Maurice Baring. Includes some originals.
Letters from Duff Cooper's and Lady Diana's last year at the British Embassy in Paris [France], on subjects including: life at the embassy; various visitors, including Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, Rosamond Lehmann and Ernest Bevin [Foreign Secretary]; Duff Cooper's health, Apr 1947; the death of Conrad Russell.
Subjects include: the film rights to Duff Cooper's life of King David; lunch with Graham Greene; Cooper's health and both of them taking the cure in Aix-en-Provence [France], Jan-Feb 1950; lunch with Danny Kaye [David Kaminsky], May 1950; a visit to Corsica, May 1950; opposition from the Naval Intelligence Division to the publication of Cooper's book ["Operation Heartbreak"], Oct 1950; Lady Diana's health.
Letters from Maurice and Adeline Hankey to Robin Hankey and Ursula Hankey [later Benn], 1919-02-17 - 1919-04
Subjects covered include: a trip to France including visits to St Germain and the battlefield at Chemin des Dames and [Georges] Clemenceau's shooting.
Subjects covered include: Maurice's visits to Paris [France] and Rome [Italy], his concerns about the war and positive impressions of the French.
Letters from MS to ELS on subjects including: the Hadfield-Spears Mobile Hospital Unit; ELS finding the right war work; the departure of General Requin; her concern that their son "Peti" [Michael Spears] should not be left alone; her admiration for ELS’s work.
Includes a photograph of MS in her nursing uniform.
Written from Dover.
With an account of the Dunkirk evacuation (Operation Dynamo).