Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Briefing notes for MT from Alfred Sherman (6), circa December 1980 & April-August 1982, 1980-12 - 1982-08
Briefings for meetings with individuals including: the new Israeli Ambassador, Yoav Biran; John Edmonds, General Secretary of the GMB union and Tom Burlison, Regional Secretary; Maharajkrishna Rasgotra, the new Indian High Commissioner; members of the British karate team. Also includes note on NK and the Enniskillen Memorial service.
Briefings for and notes on meetings with: Emeka Anyaoku, Commonwealth Secretary General; Friends of the Earth; Thabo Mbeki, African National Congress; Luiz Lula da Silva, Brazilian Workers Party; the Venezuelan Foreign Minister [Reinaldo Figueredo]; David Levy, Israeli Foreign Minister.
Includes correspondence with family and friends and CG's diaries, both particularly covering her time with Gladwyn Jebb as a political hostess in New York [United States] and Paris [France], and also some speeches and articles and material relating to CG's book "The Paris Embassy".
JA tended not to keep a regular diary for sustained periods, but concentrated on special events, such as overseas visits. In some cases they were first dictated on to a Dictaphone (see AMEJ 11/8), and then typed up, in other cases a typed version was produced from rough notes.
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.
Includes: text of speech by NK to the Board of Deputies of British Jews; European Parliamentary Labour Party papers on a European financial protocol with Israel; brief by Jack Straw [education spokesman] on Labour’s treatment of voluntary-aided schools and educational charities.
A copy of an undated map from Tel-Aviv University showing an Israeli astronomy site at Paran.
Papers and correspondence on Palestine and Israel, including comments on NK’s visit to the Middle East in February 1988, and briefings for and notes of meetings with: Yitzak Shamir, Prime Minister of Israel; Shimon Peres, the Israeli Foreign Minister; Lionel Kopelowitz, of the Board of Deputies of British Jews; Yosef Beilin, Political Director-General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry; Chaim Herzog, Prime Minister of Israel; Haim Bar-Lev, General Secretary of the Israeli Labour Party.
Includes: presentation by the Palestine National Liberation Movement to the United Nations Conference on Human Rights against the actions of Israel; papers from a seminar on the Middle East, held by the Israel Academic Committee on the Middle East; papers from the British Council of Churches on the Middle East; summary by Sir Anthony Buzzard [British Council of Churches] of a House of Commons debate on the Middle East (Apr 1970); proposal for supplying the Jordanian Army with transports.
Memoranda on the strategical problems, importance and potential for development of the Negeb desert [Palestine, later HaNegev, Israel], in relation to the partition of Palestine.
The material covers much of Lord Duncan-Sandys public life. Papers, reports and correspondence document the ministries in which he served and there are also constituency correspondence, speeches, publications, press cuttings and photographs. A number of papers exist relating to his involvement in the campaign to restore Capital Punishment, the European Movement and the Civic Trust.
Part 1, 1979: includes copy of a cable to MT from Prime Minister (Menachem) Begin of Israel, forwarded to MT by Abraham Kidron (Israeli Ambassador to the UK), 25 May 1979
Part 2, 1980
Parts 3-4, 1981: includes "Welcome Mrs Thatcher", a special supplement to the "Gulf News" of 21 April 1981 to commemorate her visit to the United Arab Emirates
Part 5, 1982
These maps were compiled by the War Office. Printed on linen-backed paper.
Articles on the Arab world following the Six Day War, Israel and southern Africa.
Diaries from Lloyd's tours for the Council, with correspondence and other papers.
Papers on the European Parliament’s ratification of three Protocols to the 1975 Agreement between Israel and the European Community, including: draft message from NK to the British Labour Group on supporting the ratification; National Executive Committee statement on the Middle East; background papers on the history of economic relations with Israel; memoranda on the export of agricultural products from the Occupied Territories; European Parliament session documents.
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].