Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Print of a speech by 1st Lord Curzon, Foreign Secretary, to the electors of the City of London during the 1922 General Election campaign. Also includes a Foreign Office memorandum on the freedom of the Dardanelles straits and maps from the peace treaty with Turkey, 1923.
202 x 252 mm. Picture shows a general view of the conference table with Mr Julian Amery, Archbishop Makarios and Dr. Kutchuk.
151 x 202 mm. The British delegation pictured at the opening of the Cyprus conference at Lancaster House, London. The Foreign Secretary Mr. Selwyn Lloyd (right centre), leading the delegation, is accompanied by the Colonial Secretary, M. Alan Lennox-Boyd (left) and the Governor of Cyprus, Sir Hugh Foot (right)
202 x 151 mm. Britain’s Prime Minister, Mr. Harold MacMillan (extreme left), invites the Greek Prime Minister, Mr. Constantine Karamanlis, (centre) to precede him as they leave Lancaster House, London, after the signing of the Cyprus agreement.
MAR's correspondence and papers as Chairman of the British Council, including a tour of the Near East, particularly to Turkey, Egypt and Iraq, in 1943.
152 x 206 mm. From left: Mr. Osman Orek, Minister of Defence; Mr. Spyros Kryprianou, Minister for Foreign Affairs; Mr. T. Papadopoulos, Minister of Labour; and Mr. Glafkos Clerides, President of the House of Representatives.
147 x 206 mm. Cypriot delegates pictured at the opening session of the Cyprus Conference in Marlborough House, London, on January 15. From left: Mr. T. Papadopoulos, Minister of Labour; Mr. Glafkos Clerides, President of the House of Representatives; Mrs. Stella Soulioti, Minister of Justice.
151 x 206 mm. From left: Mr. Halit Ali Riza, Member of the House of Representatives; Mr. Rauf Denktash, President of Turkish Communal Chamber; Mr. Osman Orek, Minister of Defence.
155 x 202 mm. This picture shows a general view of the meeting chaired by Mr. John Profumo, Britain’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, the United Kingdom representative (centre left). Round the table are the Greek and Turkish Ambassadors and representatives of the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot communities.
152 x 205 mm. Mr. Duncan Sandys, Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, welcoming delegates from Cyprus, Greece and Turkey at the opening session of the Cyprus Conference in Marlborough House, London, on January 15.
Print of Foreign Office correspondence.
130 x 206 mm. Leading the Greek delegation at the Cyprus Conference in London is Mr. Xanthopoulos Palamas, Minister for Foreign Affairs (centre), who is seen here at the opening session with Mr. Michel Melas, Greek Ambassador (left), and Mr. A. Pilavachi, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
151 x 202 mm. The Greek Foreign Minister, Mr. Evangelos Averoff, stubs out his cigarette as the Cyprus conference opens at Lancaster House, London.
155 x 202 mm. Members of the British delegation at the London Ministerial Meeting on Cyprus are pictured here at the opening session in the Foreign Office, London.
From left are: Mr. Julien Amery, Parliamentary Under Secretary for the Colonies; Mr. John Profumo, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs; Mr. Selwyn Lloyd, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; Sir Knox Helm, British Member of the London Committee on Cyprus; and Sir Hugh Foot, Governor of Cyprus.
Offprint from Ibis, 102.
151 x 202 mm. The scene at Lancaster House, London, at the start of the Cyprus conference. Representatives of Britain, Greece and Turkey were joined by the leaders of the Greek and Cypriot communities in Cyprus.
This is an edited version of a personal memoir which Jeremy Varcoe wrote for his family.
151 x 202 mm. Sitting behind the cards bearing the names of their respective countries are the heads of the delegations: British Foreign Secretary Mr. Harold Macmillan (left side of picture); Greek Foreign Minister, Mr. Stephan Stephanopoulos (wearing spectacles, at right of picture) and Turkish Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, Mr. Fatin Ruftu Zorlu (at front, back to camera).
152 x 202 mm. Archbishop Makarios waves as he leaves Lancaster House, London, after the Cyprus agreement had been signed.