Found in 245 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Letter from Henry Wickham Steed (The Times) to WSC explaining why his paper criticised WSC's article in the "Evening News" calling for the arming of Germany against Bolshevism as a departure from the principle of Cabinet responsibility.
Letter from [WSC] to [Henry Wickham Steed] denying the contention by the Times that WSC's article in the Evening News on the Bolshevik threat and the need to arm Germany against it departed from the principle of Cabinet responsibility. Typescript copy.
Letter from Edward Shortt (Home Office) to WSC returning a copy of a telegram referring to a delegation of Russian trade unionists [see CHAR 2/110/127] and discussing how and whether they should be allowed to enter Britain.
Copy of a telegram from Mr Leslie (Reval, [Tallinn, Estonia]) reporting that a delegation of Russian trade unionists intends to visit Britain to meet their British counterparts. Annotated by WSC: "Home Secretary. Are these men allowed to come?".
Letter from Alexander Maxwell (Home Office) to [Edward Marsh] reporting that the Foreign Office has decided that the Russian labour delegation should not be allowed to come to Britain.
Copy of a telegram from Sir Mansfeldt Findlay (Christiana, Norway) reporting the protests by Norwegian labour organisations against the refusal of the Norwegian government to allow a Russian labour delegation to travel through Norway to Denmark and Britain. Annotated by WSC: "Home Secretary. Are these people coming by your permission? Is it all right?" (26 Aug).
Letter from James Baum, secretary of the Leicester and District Trades Council (11 Briton Street, [Leicester]) to WSC asserting that WSC's policy of war against Soviet Russia has been "deliberately camouflaged" by WSC, his colleagues and the press and that most people in Britain oppose it.
Telegram, partly in code, from Edward Marsh (Colonial Office) to WSC (c/o British High Commission, Cairo, [Egypt]) summarising the Foreign Office statement on the risings against the Soviet Government in Russia. Copy.
Letter from [WSC] to Lord Beaverbrook [earlier Sir Max Aitken] commenting on the passages in Beaverbrook's book relating to him and clarifying his attitude to the declaration of war on Russia by Germany. Carbon typescript copy. Another copy at CHAR 2/142/54-55.
Letter from William J Bills (151 Brownhill Road, Catford, [London]) to WSC reporting Socialist allegations that WSC was responsible for the spending of a hundred million pounds to overthrow the Bolsheviks and asking for information with which Bills can refute this.
Letter from Sir Picton Bagge (British Embassy, 8 Rue Belliard, Brussels, [Belgium]) to WSC reminding him of the scheme he (Bagge) put forward in 1919 "for evicting the Bolsheviks from Russia by means of an Anglo-German financial-industrial combination", summarising his subsequent career, and congratulating WSC on his electoral victory [in the Epping Division of Essex].
Letter from Metropolitan Anthony, president, and W F Romanoff, secretary general, of the Council of the Russian Committee in the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, to [WSC] thanking him for his tribute to Tsar Nicholas II and the part played by the Russian army during the war. Incorrectly addressed to Lord Edward Spencer Churchill.
Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton, Oriental Palace Hotel, Yokohama, Japan, to WSC, on the Russian-Japanese war.
Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton, British Legation Tokyo, Japan, to WSC, on the Russian-Japanese war.
Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton, Head Quarters, First Army, to WSC, criticism of the War Office and the Army Council, and commenting on the Russia-Japan war.
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.
Foreign Office statement on the risings against the Soviet Government in Russia.
Letter from Victor Cazalet (Fairlawne, Tonbridge, [Kent]) to Edward Marsh enclosing and commenting on notes on the naphtha fields in Baku [Azerbaydzhan] owned by Avnatamoff [see CHAR 2/116/5-7].
Notes on the naphtha fields in Baku [Azerbaydzhan] owned by Avnatamoff. Sent with CHAR 2/116/4.