Found in 666 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs of JA, on subjects including his Second World War mission to Albania (some used in his book "Sons of the Eagle"), and official visits and ministerial photographs, particularly of JA as Secretary of State for Air, Minister of Aviation and Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Top secret Cabinet Paper by WSC on nuclear deterrents; the nuclear power of the United States and Soviet Union and considerations about the likelihood of them using nuclear weapons; the importance of NATO's position and nuclear strength; and communication of information and policy to the Soviet Union. He ends "The next two or three years may well be the safest the world will see for a long time. We should remain calm and firm."Printed pamphlet.
Includes: copies of reports on the fund by the Joint War Organization; extracts from an account by CSC of her visit to the Soviet Union; article by Grace Hamblin, former secretary to CSC, on the visit.
Subjects include: old age pensions; the Transport Bill; the convertibility of sterling; foreign affairs, particularly Germany, the Soviet Union and Korea [North Korea and South Korea]; the Colonial Development Corporation; the political situation in Nigeria; the Economic Survey, 1953; housing; the Finance Bill, 1952; the Empire Settlement Bill, 1952; the Government's first six months in office.
Copy of a telegram to the Foreign Office from 'Sutherland [Sir Iain Sutherland, UK Ambassador to the Soviet Union]', on a conversation he had had with Soviet President (Mikhail) Gorbachev on 9 May 1985, 11 May 1985, 1985-05
With note on top page for MT from 'C.D.P. [Charles Powell, her Private Secretary for Overseas Affairs]'
Correspondence on memoirs with the Foreign Office Library and European Commission archives, 1980-09 - 1985-02
Diary. Subjects covered include: relationships with Ernest Bevin and the Foreign Office; Cadogan's role in the first meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations Organisation, and his pessimistic account of the progress made at delegation meetings; and comments on books read while travelling, including disparaging remarks on Douglas Goldring's "The Nineteen Twenties".
Draft texts by Martin Meredith, with some annotations, and transcripts of CS's official despatches and telegrams, 1984-08 - 1985-08
Subjects include: CS's visit to the Soviet Union, May 1964, as Minister of Agriculture; negotiations with Charles de Gaulle and Georges Pompidou, Presidents of France, over Britain's entry into Europe, 1969-71; the Soames Affair, 1969; the decline and fall of de Gaulle and the 1969 referendum.
VE Day message from WSC to Stalin, broadcast to the Russian people by CSC [while in Moscow, Soviet Union], with the simultaneous Russian interpretation in the background.
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: visit to Russia, April-May 1945, 1945-03 - 1974-07
Papers relating to Clementine Churchill's visit to the Soviet Union on behalf of the Aid to Russia Fund, including a copy of Clementine's booklet "My visit to Russia", a diary of the visit, kept by Grace Hamblin, Clementine's private secretary, and later notes and correspondence with the British Red Cross Society on the visit.
The archive contains photographs, postcards, and notes from the Soviet Union, Herbert Clinch's own articles on the trip, with additional ephemeral material such as money, cigarettes, and posters advertising Clinch's talk on his trip and his candidature for local elections.
Correspondence on human rights cases, particularly involving the Soviet Union.
Subjects include: Central America; relations with the Soviet Union, including NK's involvement in various human rights cases; the Middle East; sanctions against South Africa; meetings with African leaders; Eastern Europe.