Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
Correspondence and papers of John Ward, including letters from W.E. Gladstone; Charles, 2nd Viscount Canning; Henry Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston; and Sir William Hutt.
Notes for speeches and lectures on various subjects including international affairs (including law), the Labour Party, disarmament, sports and athletics, the London School of Economics and the League of Nations.
An unpublished volume of Crocker's memoirs covering his life up to retirement.
The collection includes scrapbooks containing photographs and press cuttings; family and professional correspondence; speeches and articles; official documents relating to Foreign Office and Suez Canal Company business; and draft notes for Cadogan's autobiography. A series of frank personal diaries with almost daily entries cover Cadogan's career and private life from his appointment as Minister to China in 1933 to his retirement.
Personal and political papers; with notes and correspondence collected by Professor Sidney Aster in the course of writing the official biography of Salter.
The papers consist of copies of personal papers from various stages in Lascelles's career, and other material relating to Lascelles, including: letters and diary from his posting to Paris [France] during the Franco-Prussian War and at the beginning and end of his position as Ambassador to Germany; the diary of his family's visit to Iran in 1892; press cuttings of obituaries for Lascelles.
The material held at Churchill Archives Centre mainly consists of Colville's diaries. They provide an insight into the decision-making of three Prime Ministers and the meetings held with other top officials, as well as the lives of key figures during World War II, and its aftermath.
The collection relates primarily to Sir Michael’s involvement with policy on Europe. It includes his diaries from 1961-4, and a memoir of his time at the Cabinet Office from 1977-81. This memoir was written by Sir Michael in retirement.
The papers held at Churchill Archives Centre relate to affairs and events in Czechoslovakia [Czech Republic and Slovakia] and the Soviet Union and shed light on British diplomacy during the Cold War.