Official: Munitions.

Reference code: CHAR 15/158

Part of: CHAR 15
Next record: CHAR 15/159
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Date: Nov 1917 - Dec 1917


WSC's Registered Correspondence as Minister of Munitions, Nos. 601-743 Correspondents include: Wedgwood Benn (later Lord Stansgate); Major-General Sir William Furse; Lord Robert Cecil (later Lord Cecil of Chelwood), Foreign Office; Walter Long Colonial Office (3); Sir Abe Bailey; Lord Killanin, complaining about treatment by the Priority Dept., Ministry of Munitions; Lady St Aldwyn, on the death of her husband and son; Louis Loucheur, French Minister of Munitions (2); Lord Cowdray on his retirement from the Air Board; Lord Derby, War Office (4); Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher; Christopher Addison, on honours; Alfred Mond (later Lord Melchett), Office of Works; Sir Charles Macara, on book, "A Study of Modern Lancashire" by W Haslam Mills (2); Lord Churchill, recommendations for honours; A P Watt & Son on dramatisation of WSC's novel "Savrola"; Sir Reginald Wingate on obtaining employment for Colonel George Harvey; Lord Parmoor; Field Marshal Lord French [later Lord Ypres]; Sir Murland Evans; Lord Rhondda, on production of machinery for making margarine and saccharine (2); Herbert Fisher; Clare Sheridan, asking if he would be prepared to sit for a portrait bust; George Barnes; Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig;.



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