Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:
Records comprising minutes, correspondence and papers
Letter from WSC to Anthony Eden, (later Lord Avon), on the Spanish Civil War. Commenting on the importance of France remaining strictly neutral even if Germany and Italy continued to support the rebels and the Soviet Union to send money to the Government. Stating that if the French Government took sides against the rebels it would be a "god send to the Germans and the pro-Germans" [carbon].
Letter from Anthony Eden (later Lord Avon), Fitzhardinge St., London W1 to WSC, thanks for gift of book "Uncle Give Us Bread" [on the Soviet Union]. Also commenting on French neutrality in the Spanish Civil War.
Includes: transcript of a conversation between RSC, Kenneth Downes and Frank Gannon on meeting as press correspondents during the Spanish Civil War; notes on what books etc RSC and his team were taking with them to Switzerland; correspondence between RSC and his team on progress in volumes 1-2.