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Cuttings on Algeria
Papers relating to Duff Cooper's time as the British representative to the French Committee of National Liberation in Algiers, and then as British Ambassador to France.
Compiled by Service Geographique de l'Armee. Printed on paper.
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.
Includes: letters to Katharine, Lady Elmhirst, 1941-49; letters from Lady Elmhirst, 1942-43; family letters, 1909-59.
Mixture of typed copies of letters from Lady Diana, mainly to John Julius Cooper [later 2nd Lord Norwich] from Algiers and Paris [France] and rough ms notes and extracts from letters.
Papers and reports about Operation Catapult (the attack on the French fleet at Mers el-Kebir, in Algeria), 1940-07
Including papers on Force H and reports of proceedings, 27 June - 4 July 1940.
Including Second World War service, in particular the evacuation from Dunkirk (Operation Dynamo) and the attack on the French Fleet at Mers el-Kebir, in Algeria (Operation Catapult), by Force H.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
Papers on the British Parliamentary delegation to Algeria, including programmes for the visit and papers on the political and administrative situation and the development of Algeria, including the supply of British arms to Algerian rebels.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.