South Africa (nation)
Found in 3617 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from [H C Breaul], Acting Commissioner of Police Pretoria, South Africa, to ?, on WSC's escape to Durban via Lorenco Marques [in Afrikaans, with translation].
Letter from [H C Breaul], Acting Commissioner of Police, Pretoria, to Justice of the Peace Schweizer-Reneke, description of WSC [typescript copy, in Afrikaans, with translation].
License for Mr E F Knight to act as a War Correspondent for the Morning Post in South Africa, issued by the War Office.
War Office Rules for Newspaper Correspondents at the Seat of War.
Diary of H M S Tartar's Naval Brigade in South Africa, 29 October 1899 - 23 October 1900 [31 pp].
Letter from Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), Sandringham, Norfolk, to WSC, thanks for, letter on South Africa, commenting on his escape from captivity, and the progress of the campaign. Also thanks for copy of "The River War".
Letter from Sir William Garstin to WSC, thanks for gift of copy of The River War and on WSC's escape from the Boers.
Letter from Charles, 10th Duke of Marlborough to WSC, on South Africa.
F Tebbitt (an old Natal Colonist) to WSC, on the use of balloons against the Boers in South Africa.
Letter from G E Ross to WSC, sending "lines on the relief of Ladysmith".
Letter from Effie Thomas to WSC, on South Africa.
Letter from E Dodson to WSC, on South Africa.
Letter from WSC, Pretoria, to Major-General Robert Baden-Powell, on article by WSC in the Morning Post.Letter from Major-General Robert Baden Powell [Pretoria]to WSC, on WSC's article.
Letter from Sir Alfred Milner, Government House, Cape Town, South Africa, to WSC, stating that their conversation the previous evening should be regarded as "extra confidential". Commenting that it would be "most unwise" to proclaim their objectives too loudly beforehand, and that the Uitlanders should not be allowed to force the hand of the British Government.
Letter from Sir Bindon Blood to WSC, on South Africa and India.
Letter from Sir Alfred Milner, Government House, Cape Town, to WSC, on South African affairs, and on WSC's election victory at Oldham.
Letter from Nellie Burgess to WSC, sending two printed copies of her poem:- The Hero of the Day, Mr Winston Churchill.
Letter from "An English Gentlewoman...working as a Governess in Roumania", Gadintzii, Roumania [Romania], to WSC, on his escape from the Boers in South Africa.
Letter from Joseph Cheetham, Sereda, Central Russia, to WSC, on WSC's escape from the Boers and on WSC's election chances in Oldham.
Letter from Sir Walter Hely-Hutchinson, Government House, Natal, South Africa, to WSC, on South Africa, commenting that leniency towards the Boers might be the best course, but that they should be careful not to alienate loyal feeling.
Letter from Captain Percy Scott RN, Military Commandant, Durban, South Africa, to WSC, stating that WSC deserved an award for his bravery on the armoured train, and predicting that he would someday become Prime Minister.
Letter from J Cumming to WSC, on South Africa.
Letter from Colonel Neville Chamberlain, Private Secretary to Lord Roberts, Bloemfontein, South Africa, to WSC, giving Roberts permission to accompany his force as a correspondent "for your father's sake".