Found in 293 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript texts and drafts on subjects including: British policy in the Middle East; the partition of Palestine; the status of Jerusalem; the consequences of a Communist Government in Italy; the memoirs of General Georges Catroux; Marshal Philippe Petain.
Also includes associated correspondence, with individuals including Paul Reynaud.
Memoranda on the effectiveness of anti-Bolshevik propaganda in Britain, the connection between Bolshevism and Germany's aims in Russia, and a meeting of British Bolshevists at the Royal Albert Hall, March 1919.
Includes galley proofs for an article on the Battle of Omdurman [Sudan]; proofs for articles on "Socialism and Communism", comparing socialist and communist parties and their potential effect on the British system of government, and "Electric grid system" on establishing a national grid; an annotated page of notes from an article on the British Empire.
Proofs of Chapter 4 entitled "Russia Forlorn" on the Russian revolution and the rise of Bolshevism. Corrected by WSC.
Newscuttings of reviews from various publications including an article by Leon Trotsky criticising WSC's portrayal of Lenin.
Literary: "The Second World War", Volume 1 "The Gathering Storm": Various material., 23 Nov 1934 - 07 Jul 1948
Literary: typescript proofs and draft copies [some annotated by WSC] of WSC's article entitled "The new American policy towards Greece and Turkey" [first published in Life magazine] on his speech at Fulton [United States, 5 March 1946], the spheres of influence developing between the Soviet Union and the western powers, United States policy in the Mediterranean and Middle East, Greek affairs including the communist uprising and elections, Soviet aspirations concerning the Bosphorus Straits [Karadeniz Bogazi, Turkey] and Persia [later Iran], and Britain's role in world affairs., 1947
Also includes: notes and annotations by WSC's secretaries "N S" [Jo Sturdee, later Lady Onslow] and "L M M" [Lettice Marston, later Lettice Shillingford]; letter and notes from Anthony Eden [later 1st Lord Avon] on the article.Other subjects include: the publication of the article in the Daily Telegraph.