Found in 1172 Collections and/or Records:
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1952-04 - 1955-03
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1953-10 - 1955-09
Annotated economic papers and cuttings on changes to GATT, mainly from the Empire Industries Association and British Empire League and the British Commonwealth Producers' Organisation, relating to the protection of Commonwealth trade and Imperial Preference.
General articles, 1905-01 - 1908-05
Cuttings, prints, proofs and manuscripts of articles written by LSA, mainly for the Times and National Review, on subjects including: mountaineering; north-western Canada; the Imperial Conference (1907); the East African empire; the Education Bill (1906); British trade figures; the military geography of the empire; reorganizing the Conservative Party; policy on tariff reform, defence, Ireland and social issues.
General articles, 1906-02 - 1911-09
Cuttings and prints of articles and papers written by LSA on subjects including: military tactical policy; defence from the imperial standpoint; the Australian tariff; South Africa and Imperial Preference; some practical steps towards an Imperial Constitution; cavalry equipment and training; Hudson Bay [Canada] and its coasts.
General articles, 1911-09 - 1914-08
Cuttings and prints of articles by LSA on subjects including: Imperial administration, particularly in India; wage conditions; tariff reform; Imperial policy, including constitutional measures, defence and the economy; a tribute to Joseph Chamberlain.
General articles 1914-18, 1914-09 - 1918-06
George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge: Correspondence
59 letters to the Duke from various correspondents, mostly soldiers, statesmen and colonial Governors. There are also 27 letters from the Duke to Sir Richard Airey. The letters cover action in the Crimea, the relief of Khartoum and General Gordon, Roberts' relief of Kandahar and a report on the coronation of the Czar by Lord Wolseley.
George Badger: Letters and papers concerning Muscat, Zanzibar, Aden, Persia and Egypt, and East Africa and the slave trade
A collection of papers compiled by or for George Badger relating to his work on various diplomatic missions in Oman (Muscat), Egypt and Zanzibar. Includes correspondence, both official and otherwise; official reports and memoranda, some from the Indian government; maps and plans.
German Colonial Claim, 1936-07 - 1938-11
Book of newspaper cuttings, including articles and letters from LSA and others to the press, on Germany's claim to her former colonies in Africa.
German Colonial Claim, 1936-04 - 1939-12
Henry Ellis: Naval journal on 'HMS Styx' during the Xhosa [Cape Frontier] and Burmese Wars
Hola Camp, 1959-06 - 1959-10
Honor Earl: Pastel portraits ('Warriors of the Empire') and papers
Imperial Conference 1930, 1930-08 - 1930-12
Imperial Conference articles, 1937-03 - 1937-05
Texts and cuttings of articles by LSA on the 1937 Imperial Conference, particularly the state of the Commonwealth, the rise of fascism and communism, defence and foreign policy.
Imperial Economic Conference, Ottawa [Canada] 1932, 1932-06 - 1935-12
Imperial Economic Conference, Ottawa [Canada]: correspondence, 1932-07 - 1932-08
Imperial War Cabinet: Peace Terms: Territorial, 1916-08 - 1917-03
"India", 30 Mar 1943
Speech notes for a speech by WSC (not used) on calls for Indian independence, the achievements of the Indian army, Gandhi's fast and WSC's illness. Typescript top copy of notes annotated by WSC in red ink. Includes file cover and note from Francis Brown [Private Secretary to WSC] that WSC will not speak on India on 30 March but instructing that WSC would like the papers for future use and that they should not be sent to [Leo] Amery [Secretary of State for India and Burma, later Myanmar].
India discussion, 1930-08 - 1935-02
Texts of articles by LSA on the future constitution of India, particularly: the Joint Select Committee's report on India; the problems of Indian nationalism and the structure of British India; Dominion status; Conservative policy.
India Office and the Second World War, 1934 - 1955
James Christie: Copies of letters from Zanzibar
Contemporary copies of letters from James Christie in Zanzibar, 1865-1873, including descriptions of slavery. There are inserted items, including newscuttings, engravings and photographs, and a loose copy of a letter from Christie to his brother, 10 June 1871. The newscuttings include an obituary of Christie, near the end of the volume, taken from The Lancet, 16 January 1892, from which Christie's biographical history is compiled.
JA's speech at the Conservative Party Conference, on Imperial policy, 1950-10
Speeches and broadcasts by JA and others including Leo Amery, on subjects including: colonial and Commonwealth policy; Winston Churchill; a tribute to Leo Amery; post-war Europe; negotiations between Israel and Jordan in 1967-68; overseas aid.