Boer War (1899-1902)
Found in 366 Collections and/or Records:
Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 2., Nov 1939
Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 2., 08 Mar 1942 - 05 Apr 1942
Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 6., 18 Aug 1940 - 22 Sep 1940
Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 7., 29 Sep 1940 - 10 Nov 1940
Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 8., 17 Nov 1940 - 29 Dec 1940
Literary: Tit-Bits articles by WSC., Oct 1939 - Nov 1939
Literary: various correspondence., 09 Jan 1943 - 30 Dec 1943
Literary: various correspondence., 18 Jan 1944 - 05 Jan 1945
"Loose Leaves": chapter 12, The South African War, 1949-10
Text of an article by LSA for the Times giving a retrospect of the Boer War after fifty years.
Loose notes entitled 'The Jameson Raid', 1899 - 1902
The notes comprise a report of a verbal account from an unnamed informant from the 'Pretoria Press' speculating that Paul Weinthal acted as a spy and agent provocateur for President Kruger before and during the raid.
M. Hamburger documents, 1899-07 - 1907-07
Letters on case brought against W J Leyds by his former secretary, M Hamburger, and on documents on the South African War which Hamburger wanted to sell to the Times, with other correspondents including W M Fullerton (5).
"Major John Churchill, injured during the relief of Ladysmith, is nursed by Lady Randolph Churchill, 1900", 1900-02
Martin Gilbert's pieces to camera and interviews with Errol Dewsnap, Nancy Horsfall, Judith Wulfse Roos and Denzil Hollis concerning Churchill's escape from the Boers, 1991 - 1992
The records include records (transcripts, video and audio tapes) of interviews with people regarding their (or their relatives') personal recollections of Sir Winston Churchill or their experiences of events related to Sir Winston's career (e.g. the bombing of Dresden). There are also files of transcripts of Sir Martin Gilbert's 'pieces to camera'.
Miscellaneous correspondence on South African War, 1899-10 - 1949-03
Includes: correspondence between LSA and Walter Garnett, Assistant Under Secretary of State, Commonwealth Relations Office, on South African state records (1948-49); manuscript article by LSA on the military future of the Boers; copy of an article on Winston Churchill's escape from the Boers; letters and papers from the Boer authorities, including transcripts of messages from Louis Botha [Commander-in-Chief of the Boer forces] and Jan Smuts.
Miscellaneous correspondence on Times History of the South African War, 1899-10 - 1905-06
Official: Colonial Office: correspondence., 01 Jan 1908 - 05 Dec 1908
Official: Colonial Office: correspondence, mainly on South African affairs., 01 Mar 1906 - 31 Mar 1906
Official: Prime Minister: correspondence mainly relating to change of administration., 24 Aug 1953 - 31 Mar 1955
Papers of Frank McClean
Papers: South African War Commission, 1902-10 - 1904-03
Includes: Esher's reports to King Edward VII; printed minutes of evidence; report of the Commission.
Personal, 1884 - 1945
Personal: Family: biographical material and information file., 1891 - 1953
Personal: On South Africa Escape, 1899: Press cutting., 11 Dec 1923
Personal: South Africa: Correspondence., 1900
Correspondents include Joseph Cheetham; Joseph Chamberlain; Sir Walter Hely-Hutchinson; Captain Percy Scott; Colonel Neville Chamberlain.File also includes WSC's certificate of service with the South African Light Horse, Jan-Mar 1900, signed by Lt-Colonel Julian Byng [later Lord Byng of Vimy].
Personal: South Africa: Correspondence and Papers., 1901
Correspondents include Sir Walter Hely Hutchinson, Governor of Natal (2) and Sir Alfred Milner File also includes account by WSC of his escape from the Boers, probably drafted in connection with a libel action against William Blackwood & Sons, in 1912 - this differs slightly from the account in "My Early Life".