First World War (1914-1918)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Nancy Maurice [later Nancy, Lady Spears], Taylor and Foot, with cuttings of letters to the press by Taylor and Foot on the Maurice case. Other correspondents include John Junor, Editor of the Sunday Express.
Cuttings etc on the life and career of Major-General Sir Frederick Maurice and the Maurice case, including copies of cabinet papers on the military situation, December 1917- January 1918.
Includes draft of chapter 3, "The Story of the Crisis of May, 1918", and the foreword, corrected by Terraine, with copies of source material.
Correspondence, mainly between Nancy Maurice [later Nancy, Lady Spears], Edgar Williams, Editor of the Dictionary and Major-General Sir John Kennedy, author of the entry for Major-General Sir Frederick Maurice. Other correspondents include: Roy Jenkins; Sir Colin Coote (3).
Correspondence between Nancy Maurice [later Nancy, Lady Spears] and Frances, Lady Lloyd George [earlier Frances Stevenson], on her chapter on the Maurice case in her autobiography, "The Years that are Past". Other correspondents include: Sir Harry Verney; George Hutchinson, Managing Director of the Spectator.
Also includes letters from Nancy Maurice published in the Spectator on the destruction of War Office papers prior to the Maurice case.