Found in 178 Collections and/or Records:
Accounts of the outbreak of the First World War and the conduct of military operations in Africa. With a note by John Holroyd-Doveton concerning Eric Humphrey Holroyd-Doveton.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, speeches, articles, personal papers, press cuttings and photographs.
With press cuttings relating to his father, William Thompson Fyfe, 1906-7.
Letters received by JA from the general public, mainly during the Lancaster House Conference and following JA's speech on Rhodesia at the Conservative Party Conference, Blackpool [Lancashire], Oct 1979.
Letters received by JA from the general public on Rhodesia, mainly commenting on a speech by JA in Parliament following the Rhodesian elections, Mar 1980.
Papers on the negotiations for a political settlement, including: briefings from the Rhodesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; newsletters from the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU); minutes of the settlement talks; minutes of meetings between the Transitional Government and the Anglo-American delegation; printed documents on the negotiations; report by Michael Latham on his visit to Rhodesia.
Letters to JA from the general public commenting on his criticism of the policy of Margaret Thatcher [Prime Minister] on Rhodesia.
Papers on the negotiations for a political settlement, including: copies of laws passed relating to Rhodesia; chronology of British initiatives for a settlement; briefings from the Rhodesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; British and American reports on the 1979 elections; economic survey of Zimbabwe Rhodesia; various articles.
Handwritten notes by MT made at Kenneth Kaunda's house, Lusaka, on the occasion of the Lusaka Commonwealth meeting, Zambia, 5 August 1979, 1979-08
Includes a letter from Meredith to CS on work still to do on the Rhodesia section.
Also includes [?] a programme "Last Europeans".
Interview with MS during CS's time as Governor of Rhodesia, on subjects including her role working with women's and children's voluntary associations, the strain on CS and her hopes for the country's future.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.