Found in 151 Collections and/or Records:
Includes: cuttings, mainly from the Times survey of British aviation; memoranda by the Air League of the British Empire on the employment of aviation to accelerate the development of the colonial Empire and the expansion of British aircraft production.
Papers from JA's time as Secretary of State for Air and then as Minister of Aviation, including: his ministerial correspondence; minutes as Secretary of State for Air; papers on an official visit to the Soviet Union; press cuttings on JA's visit to Australia for the Blue Streak missile tests; papers on defence collaboration with France; papers on the scrapping of the TSR-2 strike and reconnaissance aircraft.
Papers and letters of the Air Traffic Control Board, including details of the Airmiss Situation.
Local current affairs programme on the Vickers Viscount aircraft.
Includes: recordings of television interviews with NK and other members of the Shadow Cabinet; recordings of news bulletins featuring NK and Labour; recordings of speeches from Conference; party political broadcasts and election broadcasts; political documentaries; recordings of Prime Minister’s Questions, from the House of Commons.
Correspondents include: representatives of London Film Productions, including Alexander Korda, Managing Director (2) on a film on the reign of George V to commemorate the Silver Jubilee and a film on the history of aviation; representatives of Nicholl, Manisty and Company, solicitors (17).Also includes: a general scheme for "King George V"; an annotated copy of the contract between London Film Productions and WSC for "King George V".
War Cabinet memoranda by LSA on subjects including: the Lease-Lend Agreement with the United States; Europe and the post-war settlement, on a possible European union; the plan for a United Nations; the intermediate future for Europe and the Empire; post-war civilian air transport; economic discussions with the United States; Imperial Preference and commercial policy; the future of Western Europe, particularly post-war Germany.
Notes of JA's meeting with the Prime Minister [Edward Heath], Solicitor General [Sir (Richard) Geoffrey Howe] and Sir Burke Trend [Cabinet Secretary] on the future for the Concorde project and its possible cancellation.