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2 CHAR 20/26/59-61 Letter from Cardinal Arthur Hinsley [Archbishop of Westminster] to WSC accepting the nomination to the Board of Trustees of the British Museum; encloses a joint declaration by himself, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Archbishop of York [Cosmo Lang and William Temple] and the Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council [Walter Armstrong] accepting Pope Pius XII's Five Peace Points calling for unity and a peace based on Christian values. [Printed]. 29 Apr 1941
2 CHAR 20/113/27-28 Telegram from President Roosevelt to WSC marked "Personal and Secret" containing his message to Pope Pius XII which states that the attacks made by the United States in Italy have been limited to military targets and that their bombers have been instructed not to permit any bombs to fall over the Vatican City but adding that there is a possibility that the axis powers will attack the Vatican City in order to place the blame on the Allies and informing him that the Pope's letter to him was not asking him not to bomb Rome but to comment on the places of historic interest and the Holy See. 16 Jun 1943
2 CHAR 20/113/85 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him that he has sent a message to Pope Pius XII and suggesting that all care is taken to avoid bombing any of the Papal buildings in the City of Rome [Italy] listed in Article 13 of the Lateran Treaty. 19 Jun 1943
2 CHAR 20/114/120 Telegram from President Roosevelt to WSC marked "Personal and Most Secret" containing a message from him to Pope Pius XII informing him that throughout the Allied invasion of Italy the neutrality of the Papal State will be recognised. 09 Jul 1943
2 CHAR 20/166/108 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC reporting on a meeting he had with Pope Pius XII, and informing him that the Pope asked him about the conditions in Yugoslavia. 13 Jun 1944 - 14 Jun 1944
2 CHAR 20/171/42 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Top Secret" informing him of the War Cabinet's concern for the position in Warsaw [Poland] and for the future relationship between Poland and the Soviet Union stating that he fears the fall of Rome will undermine Mikolajczyk's [Prime Minister of Poland] position and notifying him that he is sending him a copy of a telegram from the War Cabinet to the British Ambassador in Moscow [Sir Archibald Clark Kerr] and a message from the women of Warsaw to the Pope [Pope Pius XII] and asking him to consider the employment of United States aircraft to drop supplies in Warsaw using Soviet Union airfields. 04 Sep 1944
2 CHAR 20/171/45 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal and Top Secret" containing a copy of a message from the women of Warsaw [Poland] to the Pope [Pope Pius XII] reporting on the desperate situation in Warsaw and detailing some of the German atrocities and asking him for help. 04 Sep 1944
2 CHAR 20/180/58 Telegram from WSC [Italy] to King George VI conveying greetings from Pope Pius XII to the King and Queen. 23 Aug 1944
2 CHAR 20/180/61 Telegram from WSC [Italy] to Foreign Secretary [Anthony Eden, later Lord Avon] reporting his audience with Pope Pius XII. 23 Aug 1944
2 CHAR 20/189/31 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. 13 Jun 1944
2 CHUR 1/60 Personal: Family: Illness, South of France. 19 Feb 1958 - 27 Mar 1958
2 CHUR 2/195A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence N - P. 08 Jan 1951 - 15 May 1962
2 CHUR 2/470A-C Public and Political: General: Greetings: Birthday greetings: VIPs. 1954
2 CHUR 2/481A-H Public and Political: General: Greetings: resignation messages. Apr 1955
1 CHAR 1/20/4 Letter from Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), Marlborough House, London to WSC, congratulations on the success of The Story of the Malakand Field Force. Hoping that he would not follow the example of Lord Fincastle, and leave the Army to enter politics. 22 Apr 1898
1 CHAR 1/188/64-68 Letter from Admiral Lord Keyes to WSC, on plans for WSC's visit to the Mediterranean Fleet, also commenting on draft of Chapter XII (At the Ministry of Munitions) of The World Crisis,. 23 Nov 1926
1 CHAR 2/162 Public and political: chapters VI and XII of the official history of the Gallipoli campaign, with related correspondence. 1928
1 CHAR 2/162/42-43 Criticisms [by Brigadier-General James Edmonds] of chapter XII of the official history of the Gallipoli campaign [by Cecil Aspinall-Oglander, earlier Cecil Aspinall]. Sent with CHAR 2/162/41. [Mar] [1928]
1 CHAR 2/162/44-70 Official history of the Gallipoli campaign: chapter XII: "The day after the landing". Typescript draft. [Mar] [1928]
1 CHAR 8/65 Literary: The World Crisis, Volume 1. 1923
1 CHAR 8/66 Literary: The World Crisis, Volume 1 1923
1 CHAR 8/451A-B Literary: "Marlborough: his life and times", volume 3: Onno Klopp "Fall of the House of Stuart", volume 12: translation. [1935] - [1936]
1 CHAR 28/151B/4 "The History of Herodotus: translated from the Greek by Isaac Littlebury", Volume 1 (Edward Castle and Sam Buckley, London, 1709). Includes signature of Sarah Churchill [later Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough] on title page. 1709

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