Found in 336 Collections and/or Records:
Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, C-D. [please note the majority of the file dates from 1943]., Nov 1941 - Dec 1943
Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, A-B, many on WSC's health, his travels abroad, and offering support for his leadership. [please note that most of the file dates from 1943]., Mar 1941 - Aug 1947
Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, H-K. [please note the majority of the file dates from 1943]., Nov  - Dec 1943
Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence, McCarthy - Maze., Apr 1955 - Apr 1965
Notes for WSC's speech (County Hall, London) on: civil defence forces in London and Civil Defence Review [in Hyde Park]; conditions in London; the German bombing of London; the prospects for the future; improvements to defence and shelters; and British bombing of Germany.Typescript laid out in "psalm style" with manuscript annotations in black ink and red crayon by WSC, and with pencil notes of changes suggested by Herbert Morrison [Home Secretary].
Correspondence with the general public, particularly relating to an article and letter by JEP for the Daily Telegraph (Jan 1991 and Aug 1990) , with correspondents including: James Busvine.
Also includes: draft text of an unpublished article by JEP for the Daily Mail (Aug 1990).
The papers of A V Alexander include personal papers; parliamentary and political papers and correspondence; material relating to the Protestant movement and the Co-operative movement; literary material (including speech notes), plus film and photographic material.
The collection held at Churchill Archives Centre comprises Barker's personal and naval papers, particularly on his service in the South Atlantic.
"Britain, America and the Search for Comprehensive Naval Limitation, 1927-36" is Dr Hall's thesis which examines the regulation of naval competition between the major naval powers, particularly Britain and the United States, in the period 1927 - 1936.
The collection primarily consists of papers relating to Adams' involvement with submarine warfare and includes papers on anti-submarine warfare and the Admiralty underwater weapons establishment.
Papers and correspondence relating to his books on World War II. The papers are mostly organised round the different books that Ronald Lewin published and, for the most part, comprise correspondence with Lewin or his notes from interviews with people who were colleagues of the military leaders about whom he wrote or who worked in operations he was describing.
The material held at Churchill Archives Centre mainly consists of Colville's diaries. They provide an insight into the decision-making of three Prime Ministers and the meetings held with other top officials, as well as the lives of key figures during World War II, and its aftermath.
The collection of material held at Churchill Archives Centre relates to the preparation of the documentary and includes research notes and correspondence; transcripts and videotapes of interviews, film footage and of the documentary.
Letter from "Jack" [John] S Churchill (Reverend J E C Welldon's, Harrow on the Hill [Middlesex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses his clothes, asks about her apartment, says that he has been unwell and that WSC has to work hard [at Aldershot].
Letter from "Jack" [John] S Churchill (Reverend J E C Welldon's, Harrow on the Hill [Middlesex]) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her whether she will buy him a bicycle and observing that WSC "seems to be in the very height of his pleasure at Aldershot".