Official: Munitions.

Reference code: CHAR 15/160A-B

Part of: CHAR 15
Next record: CHAR 15/161A-C
Previous record: CHAR 15/159

Date: Jan 1918 - Feb 1918


WSC's Registered Correspondence as Minister of Munitions - Nos. 1-200 Correspondents include: Lord Lonsdale, on behalf of Carlisle Licensed Victuallers Association on visit to France; Christopher Addison, Minister of Reconstruction; Sir George Ritchie on the prospect of a General Election; Sir Robert Perks (3) and Walter Runciman on the proposed commandeering of the Wesleyan Hall, Kingsway, London, for public offices; Sir Stephenson Kent, on labour man-power and materials; Sir Frederick Black, British War Mission to the United States on home production of oil; Robert Brand, British Ministry of Munitions in the United States (2); Walter Long, Colonial Office, (2) on the Mineral Oil Production Department; Andrew Bonar Low, Chancellor of the Exchequer (2); Rudyard Kipling on munitions articles; Robert Donald, Editor, The Daily Chronicle, on visit to Belgian munitions works near Newcastle; Sir George Younger, on the work of the Munitions Medal Committee; Brig-Gen Sir Capel Holden on his retirement as Technical Adviser to the Mechanical Transport Department; Sir Grimwood Mears, Secretary to the Dardanelles Commission; Lord Derby, War Office; Lord Rhondda, Ministry of Food; Henry Duke (later Lord Merrivale), Chief Secretary for Ireland; Albert Stanley (later Lord Ashfield), Board of Trade; John Hodge , Minister of Labour; Joseph Devlin MP, United Irish League; Lord Selborne (2); Louis Loucheur, French Minister of Munitions; Lord Northcliffe, British War Mission to the United States (2); George Barnes, Minister of Pensions Lord Chaplin; Harold Spender; Colonel Albert Stern; Frederick Kellaway; Rear-Admiral Cecil Lambert, 2nd Light Cruiser Squadron; Lord Stamfordham, PS to King George V; Lord Furness; Sir Joseph Maclay, Ministry of Shipping.

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