Found in 244 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Walter Long [later Lord Long] (Admiralty) to [WSC] thanking him for his testimonial to the services of Rear-Admiral Thomas Jackson and noting that there is evidence for the existence of "a concerted action amongst the extreme labour people against intervention in Russia.".
Letter from 1st Lord Rothermere [earlier Sir Harold Harmsworth] (Benenden, Kent) to WSC: "I am not vexed with you personally but I am with your Russian policy. The latter is the devil." Annotated with WSC's reply that he does not mind political differences but would have been sorry if they had become personally estranged. Suggests they meet "when Russian affairs are no longer so tiresome.".
Letter from WSC (War Office) to General Jan Smuts thanking him for his support during the war, paying tribute to the recently deceased Louis Botha, and expressing confidence that he will resolve his "Russian troubles." Typescript copy.
Letter from Sir Abe Bailey (38 Bryanston Square, [London]) to WSC reporting that people have expressed disappointment with David Lloyd George's speech on Russia but have praised WSC's.
Letter from WSC (War Office) to Lord Curzon arguing that telegrams from Denmark [see CHAR 2/106/142 and CHAR 2/106/143] show that Maxim Litvinoff's "one object is to get an indefinite footing outside Soviet Russia and to open up questions wh go far beyond the limits of the negotiations wh you have authorised." Annotated with Curzon's reply: "1 am well aware of it & am keeping watch." Copy.
Telegram from James O'Grady (Copenhagen, [Denmark]) reporting that Maxim Litvinoff has stated that the British Government is the chief obstacle preventing the Soviet Government and the Baltic states from reaching an agreement, and asking whether a statement should be made denying this. Typescript copy.
Telegram from James O'Grady (Copenhagen, [Denmark]) reporting that Maxim Litvinoff has requested that a representative of the Soviet Government of Russia or of the Soviet Red Cross should be included in the Inter-Allied Commission dealing with the repatriation of Russian prisoners of war in Germany. Typescript copy.
Interview given by WSC to the Daily Chronicle on the Government's Russian policy.
Pamphlet on Russia in the war issued by the Committee of Military History and Statistics.
Letter from Walter Long [later Lord Long] (Admiralty) to WSC endorsing the idea of Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Poland and others combining in an offensive against the Bolsheviks.
Letter from [WSC] to Herbert Fisher reaffirming the view expressed in his speech in Sunderland that the Jews are predominant in the Bolshevik movement. Typescript copy.
Cutting from the Daily News: speech by George Lansbury describing his journey to Russia and his meeting with Lenin and attacking Government policy towards the Soviet Government.
Letter from James Baum, secretary of the Leicester and District Trades Council (11 Briton Street, [Leicester]), to WSC conveying the resolution of the Council condemning WSC's alleged secret agreement with Alexander Kolchak for the supply of troops against Soviet Russia and calling for the removal of WSC from the War Office. Typescript copy.
Letter from WSC to [J H Baum of the Leicester and District Trades Council] answering the resolution of the Council condemning WSC's alleged secret agreement with Alexander Kolchak for the supply of troops against Soviet Russia, deploring the "continued contempt for public opinion" of the House of Commons with regard to this matter, and calling for the removal of WSC from the War Office. Typescript copy.
Letter from James Baum, secretary of the Leicester and District Trades Council, 11 Briton Street, [Leicester]) to WSC accusing him of agreeing secretly with Lieutenant-General Nikolai Golovin, Alexander Kolchak's agent, to provide British troops for the war against Soviet Russia under the pretext of evacuating North Russia. Typescript copy. Original at CHAR 2/110/89-91.
Letter from [WSC] to [James Baum, secretary of the Leicester and District Trades Council] answering the Council's accusations about his involvement in the provision of military help in the war against Soviet Russia. Typescript copy. Other drafts and copies at CHAR 2/110/130-145.
Letter from [WSC] to General Sir Ian Hamilton thanking him for a copy of his letter advocating the arming of Germany against the Bolsheviks [see CHAR 2/110/77]. Typescript copy.
Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton to WSC congratulating him on the way in which the confrontation between Poland and the Bolsheviks is developing and enclosing a copy of a letter from him to the Times advocating the arming of Germany against the Bolsheviks which he decided not to send [see CHAR 2/110/77].
Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton to [the editor of the Times] advocating the arming of Germany against the Bolsheviks. Copy sent with CHAR 2/110/76.
Letter from [WSC] to the secretary of the Leicester and District Trades Council asserting that whilst the Parliamentary Labour Party allow their supporters in the country to make violent attacks on WSC's Russian policy, they know that they could not sustain such attacks in the House of Commons. Typescript copy.
Cutting from the Times: leading article agreeing with WSC about the gravity of the Bolshevik threat to Poland but asserting that his publishing in a newspaper [the Evening News] of a call to re-arm Germany is constitutionally improper. Another copy sent with the original of CHAR 2/110/82-84.
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