Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Provisional edition, compiled at Royal Geographical Society and printed by War Office. Printed on paper.
Subjects include: the deadlock on the Western Front; progress of the war after six months; Russia and Constantinople [later Istanbul, Turkey]; the importance of Alexandretta [Iskenderun, Turkey] as a future base; Mesopotamia [Iraq, and parts of southeast Turkey, southwest Iran and Syria]; lists of war commissions and committees.
Subjects include: sending naval assistance to Kuwait; reorganization of the Iraqi Army; reasons against an evacuation of troops from Iraq; the use of air power against invasion; naval air policy relating to the Empire.
Reports and correspondence.
Speeches mostly relating to reform of the Commission. Other subjects include Iraq, Britain and monetary union, the European budget, the Common Agricultural Policy and a tribute to Baroness Castle.
Includes: memorandum from Julie Hall, NK’s Press Secretary, on press strategy in the run-up to the General Election; draft paper on the Oxford East constituency party’s investigation against Robert Maxwell over various union disputes; statement by David Blunkett on stepping up Labour’s campaign profile; briefing for meeting with the European Parliamentary Labour Party; press schedule; rough notes for a meeting on Iraq.
Papers on Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, chiefly consisting of background information, but also including transcripts of interviews, statements and speeches , particularly for the Gulf War debate, Jan 1991, and papers on Labour's position on the war.
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.
[?] Papers used in the official naval history of the Second World War.
Correspondence, memoranda and annual reports sent to LSA, chairman of the board, with correspondents including: 1st Lord Kennet [earlier Edward Hilton Young]; Edward Hogg, Adviser to the Iraqi Ministry of Finance (2); Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister [Secretary of State for the Colonies, earlier Philip Lloyd-Greame, later 1st Lord Swinton].
Printed by War Office. Printed on paper.
Correspondence on human rights and the humanitarian relief effort for the Kurdish refugees. Includes: briefings for and notes of meetings with Jalal Talabani, Leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and with a delegation from the Iraqi Kurdistan Front; correspondence between NK and John Major, Prime Minister; text of NK’s speech to the Board of Deputies of British Jews.