Official: Cabinet: Foreign Office prints.

Reference code: CHAR 22/77

Part of: CHAR 22
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Date: 02 Oct 1924 - 19 Dec 1925


Includes papers from various individuals on the Soviet Union, including: William Peters [Commercial Secretary to the British Mission, Moscow] on subjects including the Soviet press campaign against Britain, mining concessions, the general economic and political situation, the Soviet attitude to the Locarno treaties and the 14th congress of the Communist party; Cecil Jerram [Assistant Agent, Moscow and Leningrad, later St Petersburg] on the visit of the British Trade Union delegation to the Soviet Union; Austen Chamberlain, Foreign Secretary, on subjects including the restoration of the British Embassy at Leningrad and relations between Britain, Germany and the Soviet Union; a Foreign Office memorandum on the Anglo-Soviet treaties; William Strang [1st Secretary, Foreign Office] on the economic situation in the Soviet Union; Ernest Rennie [British Minister to Finland] on Finnish anxiety about the Soviet Union; James Headlam- Morley, Historical Advisor to the Foreign Office, on the eastern frontiers of Germany; Robert Hodgson [Charge d'Affaires, Moscow] on subjects including the Executive Committee of the Communist International's report on international revolutionary prospects, relations between the Communists and the peasantry and conditions within the Communist party; Thomas Preston, Foreign Office; a report on the economic, commercial and industrial conditions of Leningrad and the north-western province; Sir George Grahame [British Ambassador to Belgium]; 1st Lord D'Abernon [British Minister at Berlin, Germany, earlier Edgar Vincent] on relations between Britain, Germany and the Soviet Union; Miles Lampson [later 1st Lord Killearn].




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Physical: 1 bound file (28 folios, including pamphlets)
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