Found in 293 Collections and/or Records:
Extracts from telegram from WSC [Athens, Greece] to CSC describing the events of the day: his visit to the British Embassy; a plot to blow up the Hotel Grande Bretagne [Athens]; and the Conference at the Greek Foreign Office between the rival political leaders. Crossed through at top: "Circulated at Mrs Churchill's request".
Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC stating that he was received in private audience that morning by Pope Pius XII, who asked him about the situation in Yugoslavia [later Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia], in particular the strength of the Communist movement; and passed on greetings to WSC. Carbon copy. Annotated by WSC.
Letter from WSC to Sir Walter Citrine [later Lord Citrine, General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress and President of the International Federation of Trade Unions] informing him of the decision taken by the War Cabinet not to modify their previous decision regarding the proposal that a representative of the Daily Worker should be accredited as a war correspondent [carbon].
Telegram from WSC to General Sir Henry Wilson [later 1st Lord Wilson, Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean Theatre] marked "Private and Top Secret" asking for British troops in Greece to be reinforced because of threat of Communist insurgency.
Telegram from WSC and Anthony Eden [later Lord Avon, Foreign Secretary] to Reginald Leeper [British Ambassador to Greece] marked "Top Secret" stating that they endorse British troops being used to support law and order; that George Papandreou [Prime Minister of Greece] should break the Communist monopoly on newspaper production; that Leeper should speak firmly to the Communists in government.
Text of speech by David Robertson to Communist Party mass meetings in Edinburgh and Glasgow [Scotland], on establishing a Second Front in Europe and improving production for the Front by copying the Soviet Emulation Movement, with note of Party resolutions; includes second copy and covering letters from Robertson to Oliver Lyttelton [Minister of Production, later 1st Lord Chandos], WSC and Brigadier George Harvie-Watt [Parliamentary Private Secretary to WSC].
Letter from [WSC] to Sir Ernest Pollock [Attorney-General] asking whether the Government has power to protect children from the "poisonous propaganda" in the Young Communist. Carbon typescript copy.
Letter from [WSC] to Edward Shortt [Home Secretary] asking whether anything is going to be done to protect children from the "poisonous propaganda" in the Young Communist. Carbon typescript copy.
Letter from Edward Shortt, Home Secretary, to WSC enclosing and commenting on CHAR 2/122/146-148 and referring to the possibility of taking legal action against the Young Communist. Carbon typescript copy.
Memorandum by the Home Secretary [Edward Shortt] on Socialist and Revolutionary schools in Britain. Sent with CHAR 2/122/145.
Translation from "Pravda": proclamation by the executive committee of the Communist International exhorting revolutionaries in India to throw off British rule. Carbon typescript copy.
India Defence League Monthly Bulletin on subjects including the financial enquiry into India; the Indian Army and Communist activities in India.
Copy of a letter from "Ike" [Dwight Eisenhower, President of the United States] (The White House, Washington} to WSC marked "personal" expressing pleasure at WSC's good health; commenting on outbursts by [Vyacheslav] Molotov [Soviet Union Foreign Minister]; the importance of unity between free nations; and future history and legacy of leaders. Typescript.
Autobiography of [Frederick] Gerard Friedlander [Friedrich Gerhart Friedlander], 1917-35, on his early life, and his mother Ruth Fischer, founder of the Austrian Communist Party, a prominent member of the German Communist Party, and a member of the "left" or Trotskyite opposition to Stalin in the Soviet Union.