Found in 1173 Collections and/or Records:
Official: Colonial Office: Sudan native education system: correspondence and reports., 22 Jan 1906 - 03 Feb 1908
Correspondents include: James Currie, Principal of the Gordon College, Khartoum, and Director of Education in the Sudan (3); Sir Frederick Lugard [High Commissioner and Commander in Chief of Northern Nigeria].Subject covered by the file: the applicability of the Sudanese education system to other colonies in east and west Africa.Also includes: annual reports and budgets for the education department, a list of boys graduating in 1907, and a note by the workshop manager.
Official: Colonial Office: supplementary estimates for St Helena, and notes and papers on the New Zealand Hemp Industry at St Helena., 1907
Includes hand-written notes on finances for St Helena, the Imperial Institute, the repatriation of chinese coolies from the Transvaal [South Africa] (including a copy of a minute by WSC), and grant and aid following the earthquake at Kingston, Jamaica.
Official: Colonial Office: supplementary estimates: West Indian telegraphic communications and mail service: prints and papers., Jun 1906 - Aug 1907
Includes Colonial Office papers and correspondence on the West Indian steamer subsidy and inter-colonial mail service; contract with the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company; reports of the Interdepartmental Committee on West Indian Telegraphic Communication (chaired by WSC).
Official: Colonial Office: Telegrams regarding Chanak [later Cannakkale, Turkey]., 16 Sep 1922 - 14 Oct 1922
Official: Prime Minister: correspondence between WSC and President Dwight D Eisenhower [President of the United States]., 29 Jan 1953 - 31 Mar 1955
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
Correspondence on and with the Duke of Windsor [Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Bahamas, earlier King Edward VIII and Edward, Prince of Wales].
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.
Miscellaneous correspondence relating to VE Day celebrations, messages, etc., mainly copies of letters sent to the Foreign Office, Dominions Office, Colonial Office, and India Office.