Found in 179 Collections and/or Records:
Minutes on subjects including: South African involvement in Rhodesia [later Zimbabwe]; implementing the 1971 constitutional agreement; sanctions.
Also includes a letter from Sir [Roland] Roy Welensky on the situation in Rhodesia; engagements slips, 1973-74.
Typescript diary of JA's visit to Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe] for talks with various political leaders, on subjects including views of Britain's sanctions policy, and the talks between [James] Harold Wilson, Prime Minister and Ian Smith, Prime Minister of Rhodesia, aboard HMS Tiger, 1966.
Recording of JA's diary notes of his visit to Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe] and also South Africa. JA also talks about China and dictates a draft article and draft memorandum about Portuguese history.
Selection of MT's correspondence formerly stored in her safe, 'P'-'T', August 1977- February 1979, 1977-08 - 1979-02
Papers from CS's term as the last Governor of Southern Rhodesia [later Zimbabwe], including letters of welcome and congratulation, papers relating to the elections to form a new independent Government of Zimbabwe, and papers on aid and development in Zimbabwe after CS's return.
Papers and correspondence on Southern Rhodesia [later Zimbabwe], including: Capricorn Africa Society pamphlet on the case for federation; papers from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association tour of Central Africa, Mauritius and Malta, August 1951.
Correspondence with 5th Lord Salisbury [Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, 1940-42 and 1943-45, earlier Lord Cranborne] on subjects including: Salisbury's visit to Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe] in 1949 and Rhodesian views on federation; Palestine; the Parliament Bill and reform of the House of Lords; European unity; the constitution of Newfoundland [Canada]; migration to Australia; representation of the Dominions in an Imperial War Cabinet.
Includes: MT’s handwritten annotations
Includes: speech contributions from "ANR" (Adam Ridley, Conservative Research Department), Alfred Sherman (Centre for Policy Studies); and "Suggested paragraphs on Rhodesia" [later Zambia and Zimbabwe] from Professor Hugh Thomas
For the text of the speech see Oxford University Press CD Rom edition of MT’s complete public statements CD Ref: 78/285
Subjects include: the philosophy of Toryism; defence; the referendum on Britain staying in the European Community; the Government's economic policy; cuts in the housing subsidy; the procurement of fighter aircraft for NATO; inflation; the situation in Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; détente in southern Africa; Britain's place in Europe; the aviation industry; British policy in the Middle East.
Subjects include: the aviation industry; Anglo-Israeli relations; the importance of Jordan; defence policy; a tribute to Simon Marks [1st Lord Marks of Broughton]; the state of the Conservative Party; nationalism; Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; south east Asia; overseas bases east of Suez [Egypt]; immigration; Britain's place in Europe; industrial policy; the Ottawa Conference, 1932 [? relating to Leo Amery's diaries].
Subjects include: foreign policy and defence; Berlin, symbol of détente or confrontation; the civil war in Angola; the economic crisis; Britain's and Europe's interests in Central and Southern Africa; Sir Winston Churchill's political philosophy; Home Rule for Scotland; the sale of council houses; Romania; the future of the European aviation industry; Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; Britain's decline.
Subjects include: the nuclear deterrent; the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; the economic situation; Rhodesia [Zambia and Zimbabwe]; defence; Anglo-French relations; Northern Ireland.
Subjects include: Conservative policies, including notes from JA sent to Edward Heath, Leader of the Conservative Party [see also AMEJ 6/49]; foreign policy; Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; the economic crisis; the need for the cruiser HMS Invincible; the Oct 1974 General Election; the philosophy of Toryism; the miners' strike; Northern Ireland; defence; the Conservative Party leadership contest.
Subjects include: Joseph Chamberlain; the threat from the Soviet Union; Scottish and Welsh devolution; the Labour leadership crisis; the situation in China; Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; the crisis in Southern Africa; the success of Concorde.