Found in 293 Collections and/or Records:
(Untitled), 05 Feb 1945
Telegram from Harold MacMillan [Minister Resident at Allied Force HQ, Mediterranean Command] (Athens [Greece]) to WSC asking him if he can obtain the formal approval of the Combined Chiefs of Staff for equipping the Greek National Guard, who will be required for action if the truce with the Communist rebels breaks down. Annotated to indicate that the message was repeated to WSC [Yalta, Soviet Union] as "Fleece 203". Photocopy.
(Untitled), 05 Feb 1945 - 06 Feb 1945
Telegram from Harold MacMillan [Minister Resident at Allied Force HQ, Mediterranean Command] (Athens [Greece]) to WSC stating that he is leaving for Rome [Italy] on 6 February; and that the Conference [between representatives of the Greek Government and the Communist rebels] is continuing. Annotated to indicate that the message was repeated to WSC [Yalta, Soviet Union] as "Fleece 208". Photocopy.
(Untitled), 08 Mar 1945
(Untitled), 26 Apr 1945
Telegram from WSC to Anthony Eden [later Lord Avon, Foreign Secretary] (San Francisco [United States]) marked "Top Secret" asserting the importance of the liberation of Prague and as much as possible of Western Czechoslovakia by the Americans to the post-war political situation in Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic and Slovakia] and nearby countries; and stating that he is asking the Chiefs of Staff to draw the attention of their American colleagues to the matter. Carbon copy.
(Untitled), 27 Mar 1929
Translation from "Pravda": proclamation by the executive committee of the Communist International exhorting revolutionaries in India to throw off British rule. Carbon typescript copy.
(Untitled), May 1947
(Untitled), c 1947
Photostat copy of a "Revised draft" of a "Secret" despatch by [former] Supreme Allied Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean Theatre, General [Sir Henry] Wilson, on the Greek Campaign, 8 January 1944 to 12 December 1944, covering background, Greek politics, plans, the German evacuation, the landings, and the Civil War.
(Untitled), 17 Jun 1945 - 18 Jun 1945
Telegram from Sir Desmond Morton [Prime Minister's Personal Assistant] (Athens [Greece]) to WSC marked "Personal and Top Secret" setting out suggestions for a future British policy to ensure Italy and Greece do not fall to communists. [Despatched on 18 June; carbon copy].
(Untitled), 13 Jun 1944
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, in particular the strength of the Communist movement; and passed on greetings to WSC. Carbon copy. Annotated by WSC.
(Untitled), 01 Aug 1944 - 31 Aug 1944
(Untitled), 07 Jan 1945
(Untitled), 07 Jan 1945
(Untitled), 05 Apr 1945
German Telegraph Service report on CSC's visit to the Soviet Union entitled "Mrs Winston Gets Busy", suggesting she is being exploited by the Soviet authorities.
(Untitled), 12 Feb 1945
Text of a statement by Randolph Churchill [Athens, Greece] on the situation in Greece cabled to London by Reuters: praising British policy and those who have executed it on the ground; and criticising those elements of the press who have been hostile to it. Carbon copy.
(Untitled), 22 Jul 1954
(Untitled), 09 Feb 1954
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.
Vienna, Berlin, Paris, London: Growing up in interesting times, 2000-06
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.