Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
an abbot feeding a mouflon, 1920-01-01 - 1969-12-31
Photo of Cyprus
Articles, memoranda, reviews, 1947-04 - 1955-07
Books, articles and pamphlets, 1976 - 1989
Committee minutes, 1975-10 - 1995-02
Committee of Imperial Defence and Cabinet Prints: white papers, 1911
Subjects include: local transportation and distribution of supplies in time of war; the situation in the Mediterranean; the defences of Malta, Egypt and Cyprus; maintenance of overseas commerce in time of war.
Correspondence A - Z, 1953-12 - 1955-01
Correspondence A - Z, 1955-01 - 1955-09
Correspondence on Cyprus, 1956
Includes papers under the heading France (SPRS 1/134-137), which covers papers on de Gaulle and the British Military Mission to de Gaulle in 1940-41.
Correspondence on the Nautical Almanac Office, 1939 - 1956
Correspondence with Julian Amery, 1942-10 - 1955-08
Count Coudenhove-Kalergi and Pan Europeenne, 1954-09 - 1957-08
Cuttings on Greek, Cyprus and Turkey, 1969-08-25 - 1969-08-26
Two newspaper reports from the 'Guardian' on Greek-Cypriot relations with Turkey.
Cyprus, 1955 - 1959
Papers comprising lectures, official reports and correspondence, mainly about Second World War naval operations in the Mediterranean and the Pacific, 1941-5, and the Cyprus Emergency, 1955-9.
Cyprus, 1953 - 1972
The papers cover every aspect of Lord Noel-Baker's very full and varied career and include constituency papers, Labour Party material, extensive sections on domestic and international affairs, peace and disarmament, sport, books and articles, speeches and correspondence.
Cyprus, 1954-06 - 1955-08
Papers and correspondence on Cyprus, including: correspondence with Henry Hopkinson [Minister of State for Colonial Affairs, later 1st Lord Colyton] (2), Patrick Maitland [later 17th Lord Lauderdale] and Frederic Bennett; papers by Leo Amery on a settlement for Cyprus; note on the Cypriot-Turkish point of view; note from the Conservative Commonwealth Council; summary note by Patrick Maitland.
Cyprus, 1955-10 - 1960-07
Various papers on Cyprus, including: copy of the Cyprus Bill, 1960; survey of the Cyprus question from the Turkish side; statement of policy, 1958; Council of Europe study on recent Cypriot history; notes for British servicemen on why they were in Cyprus; statement by JA on Cyprus, 1956; collected letters to the press; report from Patrick Maitland [later 17th Lord Lauderdale] on a visit to Cyprus and Greece, 1955.
Cyprus, 1984-06 - 1986-12
Statements and correspondence with Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister, on security arrangements in Cyprus following security breaches, including the published report of the Security Commission.
Cyprus, 1983-11 - 1990-08
Includes: message from NK to Cyprus on the thirtieth anniversary of independence; briefing on intercommunal talks between George Vassiliou, President of Cyprus, and Rauf Denktash, Turkish Cypriot leader; notes of meeting with Dimitris Christophias [General Secretary of the Progressive Party of Working People], Dec 1989; correspondence with Cypriot politicians; Labour statements on Cyprus.
Cyprus: memoranda and minutes, 1960-03 - 1960-07
Cyprus: telegrams, 1960-01 - 1960-02
Cyprus: telegrams from the Governor, 1960-02 - 1960-07
Copies of telegrams from Sir Hugh Foot, Governor of Cyprus, [later Lord Caradon] to the Foreign Office on the independence negotiations.
Cyprus: telegrams to the Governor, 1960-01 - 1960-03
Cyprus: telegrams to the Governor, 1960-04 - 1960-07
Copies of telegrams to Sir Hugh Foot, Governor of Cyprus, [later Lord Caradon] from the Colonial Office, the Foreign Office and the Foreign Secretary [John Selwyn-Lloyd] and Secretary of State for the Colonies [Iain Macleod] on the independence negotiations.
Draft articles and memoranda, 1958-03 - 1958-05
Texts of articles, chapters and notes, written while at the Colonial Office, on subjects including: Leo Amery; retrieving Britain's prestige after the Suez Crisis; conflicting interests of Saudi Arabia and Egypt in Buraimi [Oman]; the presentation of the proposals for the settlement for Cyprus; the future of a Western union, in defence and trade.