Found in 125 Collections and/or Records:
Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers on Duncan Sandys and his Breach of Privilege case., Jun 1938 - Jul 1938
Public and Political: General: correspondence on gifts to WSC, A-C, especially cigars., Dec 1940 - Aug 1942
Public and Political: General: New Commonwealth Society for the promotion of International Law and Order: correspondence mainly with General Secretary N B Foot., Jan 1939 - Oct 1939
Subjects include: Society publications, including publishing the text of a broadcast by WSC,  October 1938; involving Emile Bure in the Society; the Society's International Summer School and Delegate Conference; a meeting of the British Parliamentary Group; a suggested letter to be sent by sympathetic MPs to newspapers in their constituency; Hungarian members; a Europa Union Congress.Also includes notes and copies of correspondence from WSC's secretaries including [Kathleen] Hill.
Kenneth Parker's detailed analysis of the riots of 1981 (especially Brixton, London and Toxteth, Liverpool). Also includes correspondence with Jennifer Hart.
Log book, copy letters and photographs.
Letter from [WSC] to Edward Shortt expressing disquiet about reports of large reductions in the pay of the Metropolitan Police. Typescript copy.
Letter from Edward Shortt to WSC explaining that the pay of the Metropolitan police is not being reduced but that their bonus will disappear because the cost of living has fallen.
Circular letter from Brigadier-General Henry Malcolm (Privatklinik Drs von Norden and Lampe, Schiferstrasse 78-82, Frankfurt-am-Main, [Germany] to the members of the Supreme Allied Council and others describing the dangerous increase in the number of criminals in Germany and the need for the German police force to be augmented and fully armed if Germany is not to succumb to Bolshevism. Typescript copy sent with CHAR 2/117/102.
Letter from Richard Haldane [later Lord Haldane] (War Office) to WSC reporting that he is going to Aldershot [Hampshire] to examine the airship construction department there, and that he does not think the Government can usefully intervene in the deveopment of [Louis Brennan's] monorail system. States that he is ready to take up WSC's plan of a police territorial brigade.
Letter from [Captain Charles] Fitzclarence (41 Ovington Square, Pont Street [London]) to WSC asking him to "give... favourable consideration" to his application for the post of Commissioner in the Metropolitan Police. Signed manuscript. See CHAR 12/2/80.
Letter from Nellie Melba (Ritz Hotel [London]) to WSC asking him to help Captain [Charles] Fitzclarence with his application for the post of Chief Constable [Commissioner] in the Metropolitan Police. Signed manuscript. See CHAR 12/2/79.
Letter from Herbert Asquith (10 Downing Street) to WSC in which he advises that legal action should be taken over the assault on [Augustine] Birrell [by suffragettes on 22 November 1910] and over all cases of serious assault on the police. Manuscript signed with initials.
Newspaper cutting from "Votes for Women" of an article entitled "Why I struck at Mr Churchill" by Hugh Franklin. [Franklin was sentenced for assaulting WSC on 26 November 1910] and alleges various reasons for his attack: WSC's orders to the police which resulted in physical violence against the suffragettes; his insults and slander; and the rough treatment given to those who speak about women's suffrage at Liberal meetings. See CHAR 12/3/48.