Found in 246 Collections and/or Records:
Subjects include: conditions in the Ukraine; countering Bolshevism in Europe and Russia; the future of the Political Intelligence Department; the Baltic States.
1. "The Red Fever: A Way to Deal with our Bolshevists: Segregate them", Sunday Herald, 25 Jan 1920 [typescript].2. "Monarchy versus Autocracy: The Moral of the "Willy-Nicky" Correspondence", Sunday Herald, 1 Feb 1920 [typescript].3. "Russia - An Enslaved Bedlam"[cutting].4. "The Poison Peril from the East", Evening News, 28 July 1920 [whole newspaper].5. "The Real Kitchener - Fatal Dilemma of his War Administration", Sunday Herald, 25 Apr 1920 [typescript].
Annotated proofs and press cuttings of the following articles by WSC: "Hindenburg" on Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg's role in the First World War; "Boris Savinkov" on his role in the Russian army on the Eastern Front, and fighting against the Bolsheviks; "Marshal Foch" on Field Marshal Ferdinand Foch on the Western Front; "Herbert Henry Asquith" on 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith.
Cabinet papers providing summaries of foreign affairs including: affairs in Russia including proceedings at the Imperial Duma and the growth of revolutionary elements; affairs in South Eastern Europe including Turkey and increasing animosity between Greece and Bulgaria; affairs in North Western Europe including the trial of Don Francisco Ferrer in Spain; affairs in Austria-Hungary and in Persia [Iran] and a report on the Egyptian law for placing people under police supervision.
Official: Colonial Office: correspondence (mainly on affairs in Mesopotamia, Iraq)., 08 Jan 1921 - 28 Feb 1921
A (Allies) Russia Reports including Report on visit to the Russian Front, Feb-Mar 1917, by Major-General John Headlam, with his impressions of Petrograd, Mar-Apr 1917; Report on Works in Russia, visited by Colonel F Byrne, British Military Section in Russia, Sep 1917.
S (Steel and Iron) Various papers including correspondence on demand for steel from France, Italy and Russia; memo by Robert Horne, Director of Materials and Priority on meeting with WSC on supply of steel to the Admiralty; memo by Sir Arthur Duckham on steel production; minute from WSC to Sir Arthur Duckham expressing disquiet about the Steel Department and its organisation; papers on strike by iron ore miners in Cumberland.