Found in 80 Collections and/or Records:
Includes typescript and galley proofs of Appendix C "Prime Minister's Personal Minutes and Telegrams, 1941." Annotated by various individuals with comments and corrections including: WSC, Denis Kelly, William Deakin, 1st Lord Camrose [earlier William Berry] and Sir Edward Marsh.
Literary: The Second World War, Volume 3 "The Grand Alliance", Assembled Appendices., 1940 - Jan 1950
Official: Cabinet: Dardanelles Committee: C I D [Committee of Imperial Defence] "G" series: printed papers on World War I., 1915
Official: Colonial Office: Colonial Conference: printed minutes of proceedings., Apr 1907 - May 1907
Papers relating to a conference between the Secretary of State for the Colonies [Joseph Chamberlain] and the Prime Ministers of self-governing colonies, held in London, at which discussions took place on subjects including: political relations between Great Britain and the colonies, imperial defence, commercial relations within the Empire, naturalisation and settlement in South Africa, and relations of the Commonwealth and New Zealand with the islands of the Pacific. [indexed].
Official: Colonial Office: East Africa Protectorate [later Kenya]: disbanding the King's African rifles (and the subject of the South African garrison): correspondence., 01 Jul 1907 - 30 Nov 1907
Correspondents include: Lieutenant-Colonel James Sadler [Governor, British East Africa Protectorate]; Charles Bowring; Hartmann Just and Reginald Antrobus [Assistant Under-Secretaries of State for the Colonies]; Sir George Murray [Permanent Secretary to the Treasury]; Francis Hopwood [later 1st Lord Southborough, Permanent Under-Secretary for the Colonies]; Colonel John Gough [Inspector-General, King's African Rifles].
Official: Colonial Office: Middle East and Far East: troop inspections: reports., Feb 1907 - May 1907
Includes letter from General Sir John Maxwell sending on reports by Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught [Inspector-General of the Forces] of inspections of troops and defences at Hong Kong, Singapore-Straits settlements [Singapore and parts of Malaysia], Ceylon [later Sri Lanka], and Egypt, and of Malay States Guides at Penang [later Malaysia].
Official: Prime Minister: Far East theatre, 1942-46: proofs and copies of mainly contemporary despatches and reports for publication, with accompanying correspondence. [some material probably used in the production of WSC's "Second World War"]., 1946 - 1947
Includes tables, charts, and maps, setting out the strengths of imperial and allied armed forces and the level of army battle casualties in North-West Europe, the Mediterranean, and the East, and the estimated distribution of Japanese forces in the East.