Found in 380 Collections and/or Records:
Literary: The Second World War, Volume 4 "The Hinge of Fate", Various material., Feb 1942 - Oct 1953
Briefing for NK’s meeting with the Greek Minister for the Merchant Marine on the employment of European seamen and the registration of ships in Greece.
Official: Board of Trade: Baghdad Railway, Mesopotamia and Persian Gulf: notes and printed papers., 06 Jun 1905 - 24 Mar 1910
Includes: a draft of the Bill to Prohibit Gambling or Loss by Maritime Perils; a memorandum by WSC on the German Naval Programme; an annotated draft of the instructions for British delegates to the International Conference on Maritime Law, with a draft of the Maritime Conventions, revised according to the Government's hoped-for amendments.
Naval Conference Committee Further Report on the following subjects: contraband; blockades; destruction of prizes; unneutral service; conversion of merchantmen into warships; transfer of merchantmen to neutral flags; enemy property.
Includes: draft copies of a memorandum by WSC on reducing the dues charged by the Suez Canal Company; a letter from Prince Auguste d'Arenberg, President of the Administrative Council of the Suez Canal Company, on proposals to lower charges; notes and telegrams on securing good terms for British shipping, at a proposed convention with the Egyptian Government.
Printed memoranda and papers on the proceedings of the conference, on subjects including: valuation of imports; immunity of State enterprises; taxation; the Imperial Institute; imperial research; imperial film distribution; the Brussels maritime law conventions; oversea settlement; the proposed General Economic Conference; imperial standardization; inter-imperial trade; oil pollution; merchant shipping; imperial air communications.Also includes: printed index.
Includes papers on various subjects including: a report of the industrial control committee on shipping; notes on the shortage of shipping due to World War I and its effect on the trade of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa; problems of transporting wheat to the United Kingdom from North America; freight rates; state control of coal mines and profits and export of coal; and comparison of imports (of food, minerals, etc) before and after the war.