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Russia (nation)

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:


"Every Dog His Day", 05 Oct 1946

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHUR 5/9/136-199
Scope and Contents Speech notes for WSC's speech (5 October 1946, Conservative Party conference, Blackpool) entitled "Every Dog His Day" on subjects including: criticism of the Labour government; the need for a concerted opposition to Communism; foreign policy; the deterioration of relations with the Soviet Union; post war reconstruction; the electoral system; taxation; housing; the coal industry; agriculture; nationalisation; foreign policy and Indian independence; and the need for increased Conservative...
Dates: 05 Oct 1946
Conditions Governing Access: Open

(Untitled), 24 Sep 1904

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 1/43/38
Scope and Contents

Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton to WSC, on WSC's decision to "cross the floor" of the House of Commons, and on the Russia-Japan war.

Dates: 24 Sep 1904
Conditions Governing Access: Open

(Untitled), 04 Dec 1920

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/111/82-85
Scope and Contents

Letter from WSC (War Office) to [David Lloyd George] arguing that the Government's anti-Turkish and pro-Bolshevik policy is harming British interests in India and the Middle East, is ruinously expensive, and is alienating the Liberals' Conservative coalition partners. Copy in the hand of Edward Marsh.

Dates: 04 Dec 1920
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