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25 CHAR 1/2/86 Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill, Bar Harbour Malvern Hotel, Maine, to WSC, on Lord and Lady Randolph's visit to the United States and Canada, and on WSC's proposed visit to Germany. 18 Jul 1894
25 CHAR 1/2/87 Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill, Hotel del Monte, California, to WSC, on WSC's desire to join the cavalry rather than the 60th Rifles, pointing out that the Duke of Cambridge would be extremely angry, and that he would also oppose the change strongly, also on Lord and Lady Randolph's visit to the United States, and forthcoming Voyage to Japan. 21 Aug 1894
25 CHAR 1/43/5-9 Letter from W Bourke Cockran to WSC, suggesting that he should visit the United States and observe the Presidential Election. 01 Jul 1904
25 CHAR 1/206 Personal: Visit to Canada and the United States: Correspondence. 25 Jul 1928 - 30 Jul 1929
25 CHAR 1/207 Personal: During Visit to Canada and the United States: Correspondence. 1929
25 CHAR 1/208 Personal: During Visit to Canada and the United States: Correspondence. Oct 1929
25 CHAR 1/209 Personal: Visit to Canada and the United States: Visiting cards, souvenirs, etc. 1929
25 CHAR 1/362/28-32 Letter from WSC to Randolph Churchill, news of discussions with Brigadier Eric Shearer on the Middle East campaign, also on meeting with Franklin Roosevelt, President of the United States, in [Placentia Bay], Newfoundland [Canada], where they made a deep and intimate contact of friendship, commenting of the difficulty of bringing the United States boldly and honourably into the War, also on the health of CSC, the work of Mary Churchill [later Mary Soames] as an anti-aircraft gunner, and the success of "Into Battle". 29 Aug 1941
25 CHAR 1/397A/6-7 Letter from Louis Alber to WSC, on his appointment as head of the Speakers Division of the United States National Recovery Administration, also on the success of WSC's lecture tour of the United States in 1931, commenting that his influence, operated through Bernard Baruch, was to be seen in some phases of the recovery programme, asking if he would be interested in making another lecture tour when conditions were better. 27 Jul 1933
25 CHAR 1/398A-B Personal: During visit to United States and Canada, correspondence A-E. 05 Dec 1931 - 09 Mar 1932
25 CHAR 1/399A-B Personal: During [WSC's] visit to the United States and Canada: Correspondence F - N. 01 Dec 1931 - 31 Mar 1932
25 CHAR 1/399A/66-79 Transcripts of interview between WSC and Edwin Hill for the Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] broadcast on the Hart Schaffner and Marx Trumpeters radio programme, 10 March, on subjects including WSC's road accident, superstition, the future chances of war, the world depression, the importance of co-operation between the English-speaking peoples and the strength of the monarchy; also includes list of preparatory questions. 09 Mar 1932
25 CHAR 1/399B/132 Letter from Rene Leon (Hotel Mayflower, Washington) to WSC, on the economic situation in the United States and WSC's possible influence to improve it. 23 Feb 1932
25 CHAR 1/400A-B Personal: During visit to the United States and Canada, correspondence O-W. 01 Dec 1931 - 31 Mar 1932
25 CHAR 2/1/22 Cutting from Boston Herald, report on WSC's lecture on the Boer War at St James's Hall, London 16 Nov 1900 Cutting from Philadelphia Record, report on WSC's lecture on the Boer War at St James's Hall, London 17 Nov 1900 Cutting from Minneapolis Journal on WSC's U.S. lecture tour 17 Nov 1900 Cutting from Austin Statesman on WSC's U.S. lecture tour 2 Dec 1900 Cutting from Brooklyn Standard on WSC's admission to Author's Club of Boston 6 Dec 1900 Cutting from Washington Evening Times on WSC's U.S. lecture tour. 11 Nov 1900
25 CHAR 2/1/23-25 Cuttings from Brooklyn Standard, New York Evening Journal, New York Mail and Express, New York Post, New York Commercial Advertiser, Brooklyn Eagle, and the New York Evening World, on WSC's arrival in New York at start of U.S. lecture tour. 08 Dec 1900
25 CHAR 2/1/26-27 Cuttings from New York Tribune, Brooklyn Citizen, New York Morning Telegraph, New York Herald, New York Tribune, Paris Messenger, Westminster Gazette, St James's Gazette, and the Bradford Argus on WSC's U.S. lecture tour. 09 Jan 1901-14 Jan 1901
25 CHAR 2/42/87 Table showing the difference between government revenue and expenditure in the United States between 1902 and 1909. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/44/106-107 Letter from William A Hazard, merchant (29 Broadway, New York, [United States]) to James Caird (Dundee, [Angus], Scotland) on the tariff reform issue in the United States. Encloses related cuttings and correspondence [see CHAR 2/44/108-111] Signed typescript. 28 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 2/44/108 Cutting from the New York Times [United States], 13 May 1910: speech in favour of the Payne-Aldrich tariff by Sereno E Payne in the House of Representatives; proof sheets of articles supplied by the Tariff Reform Committee of the Reform Club of New York, 1910. Printed. Details of other pages supplied by the American Press Association on reverse of proof sheets. Sent with CHAR 2/44/106-107. 1910
25 CHAR 2/44/109-110 Letter from William A Hazard [merchant of New York [United States]] to Otto T Bannard [President of the New York Trust Company] passing on the request of James Caird for literature on the tariff issue in the United States. Hazard describes how protective duties have hindered his business as American representative of the biscuit manufacturers Huntley and Palmer. Signed typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/44/106-107. 28 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 2/44/111 Letter from Otto T Bannard, president of the New York Trust Company (26 Broad Street, [New York, United States]) to William A Hazard, [merchant] (29 Broadway, New York) enclosing monthly reports of the Bureau of Commerce and Labour [not present] in response to Hazard's request on behalf of James Caird for information on the tariff question in the United States. Signed typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/44/106-107. 16 May 1910
25 CHAR 2/54/40 Article on the comparison between the imports and exports of Britain, the United States, Germany and France in 1903 and 1910. Printed. Sent with CHAR 2/54/26. 1911
25 CHAR 2/54/41-42 Remarks on a report on the poor conditions for child labourers in the textile industry in the United States. Annotated typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/54/26. 1911
25 CHAR 2/54/59-63 Memorandum from W E Dowding to G Wallace Carter on proposals for Anglo-American exhibitions illustrating how protection has increased the prices of certain items in the United States. These are to be made available to every branch office of the Free Trade Union. Signed typescript. Originally attached to CHAR 2/54/51- 58. 27 Apr 1911
25 CHAR 2/69/6 Cutting from the "Daily Mail": editorial on the note from the United States government to Germany which in effect asks whether, in the aftermath of the sinking of the Lusitania, Germany will "abandon her policy of indiscriminate submarine warfare on neutral non-combatants.". 12 Jun 1915
25 CHAR 2/90/7-8 Letter from R Borlase Matthews (106 Earl's Court Road, Kensington, [London]) to WSC criticising the Air Board's decision not to supply technical information to the United States. Signed typescript. 09 Jul 1917
25 CHAR 2/103/32-33 Letter from "Archie" [Sir Archibald Sinclair] to WSC praising his speech [at a meeting of the Anglo-Saxon Fellowship on 4 July] upholding the ideal of Anglo-American friendship and the democratic principles for which the war is being fought. 13 Jul 1918
25 CHAR 2/103/34 Letter from Field-Marshall Sir Douglas Haig [later Lord Haig] (General Headquarters, British Armies in France) to WSC reporting that the Army is in determined mood and that WSC's old division under Brigadier-General Hugh Tudor is doing wonders. Thanks WSC for the "splendid assistance" given by the Ministry of Munitions. 13 Apr 1918
25 CHAR 2/103/39 Letter from James Hamilton Lewis, chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Expenditures in the Department of State, to WSC praising his recent speech on Anglo-American friendship and reporting that he has referred to it in a speech of his own. Signed typescript. 03 Sep 1918
25 CHAR 2/105/65 Letter from Lord Milner [earlier Sir Alfred Milner] to Lord Stamfordham [earlier Sir Arthur Bigge] asking him to get the King to agree to Milner's acceptance of the United States Distinguished Service Medal despite the Foreign Office regulation that Ministers of the Crown cannot accept foreign decorations. Argues that military co-operation with the United States during the war was an exceptional case. Typescript copy. 30 Apr 1919
25 CHAR 2/106/133-137 Letter from John W Davis [United States Ambassador] to WSC citing a number of appointments to agencies to refute WSC's suggestion (in an article in the Sunday Herald) that the Republicans were not given a role in the conduct of the war in the United States. 01 Dec 1919
25 CHAR 2/106/145 Letter from WSC (War Office) to the United States Ambassador [John W Davis] thanking him for his letter [pointing out that the Republicans had been given a larger role in the conduct of the war in the United States than WSC had suggested]. Typescript copy. 08 Dec 1919
25 CHAR 2/107/45 Cartoon from Life showing two figures representing [? the United States] and [? parts of Europe susceptible to Bolshevism], the latter ungraciously partaking of a meal of "citizenship", "liberty", "opportunity", "education" and "justice" supplied by the former. [1919]
25 CHAR 2/111/94 Letter from [WSC] to Bernard Baruch promising to study his book on the economic sections of the Treaty of Versailles, looking forward to visiting Baruch in the United States and suggesting that a small association of leading men from Britain and the United States should be formed to promote close ties between the two countries. Typescript copy. 09 Dec 1920
25 CHAR 2/111/120-124 Letter from Henry Wickham Steed (The Times) to WSC describing anti-British feeling in the United States over Ireland and stressing the urgent necessity of reaching a constitutional settlement there. 28 Dec 1920
25 CHAR 2/115/81 Pamphlet: "The verdict of public opinion on the Japanese-American question." Includes the opinions of people from several parts of the United States. Compiled by Cornelius Vanderbilt Junior. Sent with CHAR 2/115/80. [1921]
25 CHAR 2/115/105-106 Letter from WSC (Colonial Office) to Lord Curzon on a memorandum on the supply of armoured cars to King Hussein of the Hejaz and the risk that the British civil aviation mission to Japan could upset relations with the United States. Typescript copy. 13 Jul 1921
25 CHAR 2/116/122 "The Valve World", the staff magazine of Crane Co of Chicago [United States], containing an article on the cancellation of debts owed to the United States. Sent with CHAR 2/116/121 . Oct 1921
25 CHAR 2/118/27 Note from Edward Marsh to WSC referring to the desire of the Navy League of the United States to compile a list of Americans who served in the Royal Navy or Royal Naval Division during the way [see CHAR 2/118/28-29 and CHAR 2/118/30] and suggesting that WSC reply that the Admiralty and the War Office do not have enough staff time to undertake the necessary research. [Dec] [1921]
25 CHAR 2/118/28-29 Letter from L S M Robinson, secretary of the Navy League of the United States (Box 2133, Middle City Station, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States) to WSC (2 Sussex Square) asking for his help in finding the names of those Americans who served in the Royal Navy during the war so that they can be properly honoured. Encloses related leaflet [see CHAR 2/118/30]. 02 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/118/30 Leaflet on the effort of the Navy League of the United States to find the names and service records of all those Americans who served in the Allied forces before the United States entered the war. Sent with CHAR 2/118/28-29. [Dec] [1921]
25 CHAR 2/118/41-46 Memorandum by WSC of a conversation with Louis Loucheur on: French policy towards Turkey; WSC's view that the French army is excessively large; the French air superiority over Britain; WSC's view that the development of a French submarine fleet would be interpreted as a threat by Britain; Loucheur's approval of [David Lloyd George's] position on reparations; the agreement between WSC and Loucheur that an effort should be made to bring the United States into a general waiving of war debts and indemnities, that such an arrangement should in any case be entered into by Britain and France, and that Britain, France and Germany should co-operate in the reorganisation of Russia when the time was ripe. 09 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/118/54 Telegram from [David Lloyd George] to Arthur Balfour [later Lord Balfour] stating that Lord Beatty [earlier Sir David Beatty] has stated that there is no truth in the newspaper rumours that British naval experts were "helping the Americans out." Typescript copy. 12 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/118/58 Telegram from [WSC] to Bernard Baruch (598 Madison Avenue, New York, [United States] wishing that he could be with him "to celebrate [the] stirring memory of American and British co-operation in the Great War especially when [the] two countries are harmoniously working together to secure for the world a lasting peace." Draft in the hand of Edward Marsh. 13 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/118/68 Note from Grosvenor Clarkson (Claridge's Hotel, Brook Street, [London] to WSC thanking him for sending his letter and that of Bernard Baruch to [David Lloyd George] and stressing the benefits to be gained from "a balanced appreciation in a high British quarter of the efforts of American industry in the war." [United States]. 14 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/120/14 Letter from Bernard Baruch (598 Madison Avenue, New York, [United States]) to WSC thanking him for his helpful attitude towards the United States War Industries Board. 07 Jan 1922
25 CHAR 2/122/23 Letter from Dr J Murray Clark (Clark, McPherson, Campbell and Jarvis, barristers and solicitors, The Kent Building, 156 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/122/24 and calling for the co-ordination of information about the disbursement of foreign money to foment unrest in the United States, Canada and South Africa and elsewhere in the Empire. 10 Apr 1922
25 CHAR 2/123/97 Letter from J Murray Clark (Midland Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool) to WSC hoping he will co-operate with Canada and the United States to secure full information on the distribution of "the immense sums of foreign money spend to foment strikes and other troubles in the British Empire and the United States". 24 Jun [1922]
25 CHAR 2/123/112-128 Letter from W A Stewart (627, 29th Street, San Francisco, [United States]) to WSC arguing somewhat incoherently: that war is unlikely to be abolished under current conditions; that society in the United States, despite its material prosperity, is hundreds of years away from a true state of civilisation; that women do not have the necessary foresight and creativity for advancing civilisation; that errors are perpetuated by adherence to "ignorant old laws" associated with organised religion; that the Jews are also a hindrance to the advance of civilisation. 03 Jun 1922
25 CHAR 2/124A/92-97 Extract from the New York Annalist [United States]: letter from William Bourke Cockran to Claude Kitchin arguing that the advances of money made by the United States to her allies should be treated as gifts, not loans. Typescript copy of the original sent with CHAR 2/124A/91. 14 May 1917
25 CHAR 2/144 Public and political: memorandum on relations between Britain and the United States. Dec 1925
25 CHAR 2/144/1-25 Memorandum on the relations between Britain and the United States since the end of the war. Annotated by WSC. Dec 1925
25 CHAR 2/145/3-4 Edition of "John O'London's Weekly" including article by Lord Riddell [earlier Sir George Riddell] on the views of Secretary of the United States Treasury on taxation. 31 Jan 1925
25 CHAR 2/147/126-128 Letter from Lady Oxford and Asquith [earlier Margot Asquith] (44 Bedford Square, [London]) to WSC on: her approval of his policy on war debts to the United States; her request to him to write to [st Lord Oxford and Asquith, earlier Herbert Asquith] to cheer him up; the ignorance of the Liberal rank and file over party unity; David Lloyd George's leaning to the Labour Party and his betrayal of Lord Oxford and Asquith. 24 Jul 1926
25 CHAR 2/151/12 Letter from [WSC] to Sir Abe Bailey praising the article on Anglo-American relations which Bailey sent him and expressing a keen interest in South African politics. Typescript copy. 31 Jan 1927
25 CHAR 2/153/2-6 Letter from Bernard Baruch (598 Madison Avenue, New York, [United States]) to WSC asking permission to publish a telegram [not present] and discussing: the buoyant state of government finances in the United States; the forthcoming Democratic presidential nomination, which ought to go to Al Smith; the likelihood of the Republicans splitting over Prohibition and agriculture if Calvin Coolidge does not stand; the current business conditions in the United States and the political opportunity that would be presented to the Democrats if they worsened; the reunion of the War Industries Board. 01 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 2/153/18 Letter from Lieutenant-Commander Joseph Kenworthy [later 10th Lord Strabolgi] (23 St Stephen's House, Victoria Embankment, Westminster, [London]) to WSC on the startling content of his "Will civilisation crash", WSC's writings on future weapons of war, and Kenworthy's proposal that Britain and the United States should form an equal partnership to preserve world peace. 04 Aug 1927
25 CHAR 2/153/21 Letter from Lieutenant-Commander Joseph Kenworthy [later 10th Baron Strabolgi] (22 St Stephen's House, Victoria Embankment, Westminster, [London]) to WSC enclosing proofs of his book on the avoidance of future war ["Will civilization crash?"], stressing his desire for friendship between Britain and the United States, and asking WSC to write a foreword. 29 Jul 1927
25 CHAR 2/159/1-4 Letter from Bernard Baruch (120 Broadway, New York, [United States]) to WSC giving a detailed analysis of the United States presidential campaign. 04 Oct 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/5 Letter from Bernard Baruch (120 Broadway, New York, [United States]) to WSC commenting on a newspaper cutting [affixed to letter] on support in Tennessee for the presidential campaign of Al Smith. 06 Sep 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/7 Letter from [WSC] to Bernard Baruch thanking him for his letter [on the United States presidential election campaign], which he has shown to the Prime Minister, and quoting from a letter he wrote in 1904 in support of the Democrats. Typescript carbon copy. 27 Oct 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/64-65 Letter from Sir Abe Bailey (38 Bryanston Square, [London]) to WSC arguing that with the departure of [1st Lord Birkenhead, earlier F E Smith] from the Cabinet WSC is in a dominant position. Expresses opposition to the Anglo-French alliance because it threatens to make Germany and the United States enemies of Britain. 15 Oct 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/89 Letter from [WSC] to Shane Leslie stating that on consideration he does not wish his letter about the Democrat Party to be published [in Leslie's life of Bourke Cockran] because it would make him enemies in the United States. Carbon typescript copy. 01 Nov 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/90 Letter from Shane Leslie (12 Westbourne Terrace, [London]) to WSC stating that he will publish WSC's letter of 30 November [1899] [about the Democrat party] but will reserve another one [about Republicans and Democrats] until Al Smith has been elected President. 29 Oct 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/91 Letter from [WSC] to Shane Leslie giving him permission to publish his letter of 30 November 1899 [on the Democrats in the United States] but asking him to withold another one about the Republicans and Democrats until the result of the presidential election is known. Carbon typescript copy. 27 Oct 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/97-99 Letter from Bernard Baruch (120 Broadway, New York, [United States]) analysing the result of the United States presidential election, attributing the defeat of Al Smith to religious intolerance and predicting that the rest of the world will follow the United States in enjoying an economic revival. 12 Nov 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/137-140 Letter from [WSC] to Lord Balfour [earlier Arthur Balfour] on: British naval policy with regard to that of the United States; the hard work involved in finishing the volume of "The World Crisis" on the peace conferences; Maurice Hankey's vindication of Balfour against the "calumnies" of Ray Stannard Baker; WSC's wish to print a passage from one of Balfour's Cabinet papers which states British policy towards Russia at the end of the war. Carbon typescript copy. 21 Dec 1928
25 CHAR 2/164/59 Letter from [WSC] to Sir Maurice Hankey asking whether there is a Committee of Imperial Defence paper which shows the reduction of Navy and scrap tonnage after the war, and asking for details on the claim of the United States that they reduced their battle fleet after the war for the sake of parity with Britain. Typescript carbon copy. 10 Nov 1929
25 CHAR 2/164/66 Reprint from the "Daily Telegraph": article claiming that the Royal Navy is greatly inferior in size to the United States Navy. 19 Dec 1929
25 CHAR 2/164/109-111 Letter from [WSC] to Frederick Guest describing how the opposition in the Conservative Party to the granting of Liberal peerages prevents Stanley Baldwin [later Lord Baldwin] from offering Guest one, advising Guest to join the Conservative Party, where WSC will be able to help him procure a suitable seat, and discussing the arrangements for his (WSC's) tour of Canada, the United States and South America. Carbon typescript copy. 23 Jun 1929
25 CHAR 2/178/10-11 Letter from Sir Henry Strakosch (Princes House, 95 Gresham Street, London) to WSC on the increase in the stocks of monetary gold held by the United States and France. 09 Sep 1931
25 CHAR 2/180B/195 Letter from Waris Ameer Ali (Indian Empire Society, 28 Alfred Place, [London]) to WSC enclosing and commenting on CHAR 2/180B/196-202, praising WSC's stand on India and hoping that his tour of the United States may counteract anti-British influences there. 24 Jul 1931
25 CHAR 2/186/12 Cutting from the "Times": letter to the editor from "Peregrinus" on the insistence of France and the United States that war debts and reparations by settled on the basis of the Gold Standard. 21 Jan 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/13-14 Letter from H E Rollins (Standard Statistics Company Inc, 345 Hudson Street, New York, [United States]) to WSC (c/o Robert McCormick, Tribune Square, Chicago, [United States]) on the payment of reparations and war debts, the gold reserves of France and the United States and the recent decline in gold prices. 01 Feb 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/18 Note by Brendan Bracken [later Lord Bracken] on the possibility of the United States leaving the Gold Standard and the achievement of a reparations settlement. Sent with CHAR 2/186/15-17. [Jan] [1932]
25 CHAR 2/186/22 Letter from John Maynard Keynes [later Lord Keynes] (Tilton, Firle, Sussex) to Brendan Bracken [later Lord Bracken] on the need for the United States to cure its economic depression. Sent with CHAR 2/186/15-17. 30 Dec 1931
25 CHAR 2/186/23 Letter from Brendan Bracken [later Lord Bracken] (20 Bishopsgate, London) to John Maynard Keynes [later Lord Keynes] asking on WSC's behalf questions on the United States and the Gold Standard and war debts. Annotated by Keynes with his replies. Sent with CHAR 2/186/15-17. 28 Dec 1931
25 CHAR 2/186/24 Copy of the answers of John Maynard Keynes [later Lord Keynes] to questions by WSC on the United States and the Gold Standard and war debts. Sent with CHAR 2/186/15-17. [Dec] [1931]
25 CHAR 2/186/26-28 Letter from Sir Walter Layton [later 1st Lord Layton] (the "Economist" (8 Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, London) to Brendan Bracken [later Lord Bracken] (8 North Street, London) answering questions on: the possibility of the United States going off the Gold Standard, the debts owing to Britain, commercial loans raised in Germany and the immediate future of sterling. 02 Jan 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/29-31 Letter from Sir Frederick Leith-Ross (Treasury Chambers) to Brendan Bracken [later Lord Bracken] enclosing answers to questions on: the possibility of the United States going off the Gold Standard, the debts owing to Britain, commercial loans raised in Germany and the immediate future of sterling. 05 Jan 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/32-33 Letter from 1st Lord D'Abernon [earlier Sir Edgar Vincent] (Palazzo Sacchetti, Via Giulia, Rome, [Italy]) to WSC (New York, [United States]) criticising the accumulation of large gold reserves by the United States and France. 30 Dec 1931
25 CHAR 2/186/34-35 Letter from Sir William Wiseman (52 William Street, New York, [United States]) to WSC (Ambassador Hotel, New York) arguing that political uncertainty, rather than the hoarding of gold by the United States and France, is the real cause of the poor economic situation, and enclosing CHAR 2/186/36-50. 07 Jan 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/72 Cutting from the "New York Sun": report of WSC's speech on the Budget in which he urged Anglo-American co-operation to tackle the world economic crisis. 21 Apr 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/73 Letter from Rene Leon (115 Broadway, New York, [United States]) to WSC congratulating him [on his speech on the Budget in which he called for Anglo-American co-operation to tackle the world economic crisis]. 22 Apr 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/74 Letter from Rene Leon (115 Broadway, New York, [United States]) to WSC reporting that the preliminary report of the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures will be presented to the House of Representatives and stressing the need for Britain to set a good example on currency matters. 25 Apr 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/98 Edition of the "Congressional Record": remarks on silver prices by Andrew Somers of New York in the House of Representatives. Sent with CHAR 2/186/94. 25 Feb 1932
25 CHAR 2/186/99 Recommendations of the House of Representatives committee on coinage, weights and measures and a resolution calling on the President to call an international conference to consider means of raising commodity prices. Sent with CHAR 2/186/74. Another copy at CHAR 2/186/100. [Apr] [1932]
25 CHAR 2/186/100 Another copy of CHAR 2/186/99. [Apr] [1932]
25 CHAR 2/187/112 Letter from Rene Leon (115 Broadway, New York, [United States]) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/187/113 and commenting on the damaging pursuit of opposite monetary policies by the United States Federal Reserve and the Bank of England. 12 May 1932
25 CHAR 2/187/113 Resolutions to be presented to the United States House of Representatives calling for an international conference to consider means of raising commodity prices and for the reintroduction of silver into the monetary system. Sent with CHAR 2/187/112. [May] [1932]
25 CHAR 2/187/117-119 Letter from J F Walton recommending the solutions to the world economic crisis put forward in Arendt's book and arguing that none of the factors which helped the United States recover from previous depressions is available now. Carbon typescript copy. [May] [1932]
25 CHAR 2/187/122 Cutting from [? the "Wall Street Journal"]: article by Thomas F Woodlock criticising the United States Government and Congress for refusing to countenance the reduction of debts owed by other countries to the United States. [May] [1932]
25 CHAR 2/187/130 "A realistic approach to the problem of intergovernmental debts", a presidential address to the United States National Industrial Conference Board by Magnus Alexander. May 1932
25 CHAR 2/187/171-173 Report to the United States House of Representatives by the Committee on Banking and Currency on restoring and maintaining the purchasing power of the dollar. Copy sent with CHAR 2/187/161-162. Apr 1932
25 CHAR 2/187/174-176 Letter from Katharine, Duchess of Atholl (98 Elm Park Gardens, [London]) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/187/177-188 and arguing that the dumping of exports in Britain by the Soviet Union is an important cause of the fall of wholesale commodity prices and that it would be in the interests of the United States if Britain put an end to this dumping. 02 Jun 1932
25 CHAR 2/194/110-113 Notes [by B C Allen, former Chief Whip of the Indian Legislative Assembly] describing the powers of the federal government of the United States in support of WSC's proposal that provincial government in India should be subject to central inspection and arguing that since the constitutions of a number of well-governed European states do not require that all ministers should be members of the legislature it would be inappropriate to impose this restriction on India. Sent with CHAR 2/194/109. [Nov] [1933]
25 CHAR 2/200/10 Diagram of the collapse of the real medium of exchange showing changes in the composition of the medium of exchange in the United States. 1920 - 1932
25 CHAR 2/234/25-26 Telegram from [Bernard] Baruch to WSC offering to arrange the visit by the Lyttons [? 2nd Lord Lytton and Pamela, Lady Lytton, earlier Pamela Plowden] to the United States Senate, commenting on David Lloyd George's New Deal policies being ill-received in the United States because of "slighting remarks regarding [Woodrow] Wilson and American war efforts" and hoping for a world trade revival as governments enlarge expenditure. 19 Jan 1935
25 CHAR 2/234/66-67 Letter from Otto Pickhardt (117 East 80th Street, New York [United States]) to WSC, congratulating both him on his broadcast on India on 29th January, and also Randolph Churchill [on his stand, supported by WSC, as an anti-India Bill Conservative candidate in the Wavertree, Liverpool, by-election]. Pickhardt wonders if a lunch WSC had in New York with himself and others, including William Travers Jerome, when they discussed Jerome's political experiences, inspired some of WSC's ideas for the campaign. 16 Feb 1935
25 CHAR 2/234/123 Letter from Rene Leon (40 Wall Street, New York [United States] to WSC, enclosing an article [not present], and commenting on the importance in the United States of the general stabilization of currencies, and regretting that Neville Chamberlain does not seem to share that view, as this results in a lack of Anglo-American co-operation. 12 Mar 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/2 Newspaper cutting from the New York Herald-Tribune, "Today and Tomorrow: the NRA and After", by Walter Lippman, on the United States National Recovery Administration. 29 May 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/3-4 Letter from Bernard Baruch (597 Madison Avenue, New York [United States]) to WSC, enclosing notes on the New Deal [see CHAR 2/235/5 and CHAR 2/236/6-10] and commenting on the world-wide trend towards greater distribution of wealth, as in the Soviet Union, the United States and Europe. Annotated "In article box - new American articles". 12 Jun 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/5 Letter from an unknown correspondent to Bernard Baruch, enclosing notes on the New Deal [see CHAR 2/236/6-10] in reply to correspondence relating to an article by WSC on the New Deal. [Covering letter CHAR 2/236/3-4]. Unsigned copy. 06 Jun 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/6-10 Notes on the United States New Deal and National Recovery Administration, in reply to correspondence relating to an article by WSC on the New Deal. [Covering letters CHAR 2/236/3-4 and CHAR 2/236/5]. Unsigned. [06] Jun 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/11-14 Letter from "Bernie" [Bernard Baruch] (Georgetown, South Carolina [United States]) to WSC, on industrial mobilization, price freezing, and prevention of profiteering in case of war. Annotated "Material for American book". 12 May 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/16 Letter from Rene Leon (40 Wall Street, New York [United States]) to WSC, enclosing 2 memoranda on Britain and the United States, and the influence of silver and the yen on the American economy [see CHAR 2/236/17 and CHAR 2/236/18-19]. 10 Apr 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/17 Memorandum by Rene Leon on "Britain and the United States: The Urgency of Conciliating Their Opposed Monetary Concepts". [Covering letter CHAR 2/236/16]. [Mar] 1935
25 CHAR 2/236/18-19 Memorandum by Rene Leon (40 Wall Street, New York [United States]) on "Silver and the Yen: Their Influence on the American Economy". [Covering letter CHAR 2/236/16]. 02 Jun 1934
25 CHAR 2/236/22 Memorandum by Robert Boothby (Chase, Henderson and Tennant, 56-60 New Broad Street, London) on politics and economics in the United States. Printed. [Covering letters CHAR 2/236/20 and CHAR 2/236/21]. Jun 1935
25 CHAR 2/265 Public and Political: General: Abdication of Edward VIII: American press cuttings. 12 Apr 1936 - 04 Dec 1936
25 CHAR 2/283 Public and Political: General: Defence of Freedom and Peace. 29 Jul 1936 - 31 Dec 1936
25 CHAR 2/294 Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 17 Nov 1936 - 26 Feb 1937
25 CHAR 2/295 Public and Political: General: Correspondence. Jun 1936 - 30 Mar 1937
25 CHAR 2/296A-B Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 10 Jan 1935 - 30 Jun 1937
25 CHAR 2/297 Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 13 Apr 1937 - 05 Aug 1937
25 CHAR 2/298 Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 11 Dec 1935 - 30 Sep 1937
25 CHAR 2/302 Public and Political: General: Defence: Correspondence and papers. 09 Jan 1937 - 23 Feb 1938
25 CHAR 2/311A-B Public and Political: General: Defence of Freedom and Peace. 04 Jan 1937 - 08 Jan 1938
25 CHAR 2/329 Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 01 Apr 1938 - 31 May 1938
25 CHAR 2/355 Public and Political: General: Press cuttings etc. 03 Feb 1938 - 20 Dec 1938
25 CHAR 2/367 Public and Political: General: Personal Office: Correspondence R - S. 05 Jul 1939 - 23 Dec 1939
25 CHAR 2/369 Public and Political: General: Various Papers. 08 Mar 1939 - Jun 1939
25 CHAR 2/373 Public and Political: General: Foreign policy: Germany: Memoranda. 01 Jan 1939 - 27 May 1939
25 CHAR 2/383 Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers concerning an action brought by William Griffin, editor and publisher of the New York Enquirer, against WSC for slander over WSC's denial of statements attributed to him by Griffin on the United States' entry into World War I allegedly made during a meeting in August 1936. Jul 1936 - Dec 1939
25 CHAR 2/392A-B Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, A-B, many congratulating WSC on becoming Prime Minister and praising his leadership and speeches. [please note that almost the whole file dates from 1940]. Jun 1903 - Feb 1941
25 CHAR 2/393 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, C-D, many congratulating WSC on becoming Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party and praising his leadership. Jan 1940 - Dec 1940
25 CHAR 2/396 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, L-M, many congratulating WSC on becoming Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party and praising his leadership. Dec 1939 - Dec 1940
25 CHAR 2/398 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, R-S, many congratulating WSC on becoming Prime Minister and praising his leadership and speeches. [please note that almost the whole file dates from 1940]. Apr 1908 - Dec 1940
25 CHAR 2/400 Public and Political: General: General public correspondence. Jan 1940 - Aug 1940
25 CHAR 2/408 Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers concerning an action brought by William Griffin, editor and publisher of the New York Enquirer, against WSC for slander over WSC's denial of statements attributed to him by Griffin on the United States' entry into World War I allegedly made during a meeting in August 1936. Jan 1940 - Dec 1940
25 CHAR 2/417 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, C-D. Jan 1941 - Dec 1941
25 CHAR 2/418 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, E-G. [please note that almost all material dates from 1941]. Jan 1941 - Jan 1943
25 CHAR 2/421 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, N-Q. Jan 1941 - Dec 1941
25 CHAR 2/431 Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers concerning an action brought by William Griffin, editor and publisher of the New York Enquirer, against WSC for slander over WSC's denial of statements attributed to him by Griffin on the United States' entry into World War I. Jan 1941 - Oct 1941
25 CHAR 2/440 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, A-B. [please note that almost the whole file dates from 1942]. c [1892] - Dec 1942
25 CHAR 2/444 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, L-M. Jan 1942 - Dec 1942
25 CHAR 2/447 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, T-Z. Jan 1942 - Dec 1942
25 CHAR 2/448 Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, A-J. Jan 1942 - Dec 1942
25 CHAR 2/454 Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers concerning the action brought by William Griffin, editor and publisher of the New York Enquirer [United States], against WSC. Mar 1942 - Jun 1945
25 CHAR 2/462 Public and Political: General: various papers. [most date from 1943]. Jan 1939 - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 2/463 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, A-B, many on WSC's health, his travels abroad, and offering support for his leadership. [please note that most of the file dates from 1943]. Mar 1941 - Aug 1947
25 CHAR 2/466 Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, H-K. [please note the majority of the file dates from 1943]. Nov [1941] - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 2/469A-B Public and Political: General: Personal Office correspondence, R-S. [please note the majority of the file dates from 1943]. Dec 1942 - Jul 1945
25 CHAR 2/474 Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, H-J. Nov 1942 - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 2/475A-B Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, K-M. Nov 1942 - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 2/476 Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, N-Q. Feb 1942 - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 2/477 Public and Political: General: General Public correspondence, R. Jan 1943 - Dec 1943
25 CHAR 2/485 Public and Political: General: Patronage: correspondence, H-Q. Feb 1943 - Feb 1944
25 CHAR 2/559 Public and Political: General: General Election: American press summaries. 15 Jun 1945 - 08 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 2/572A-B Public and Political: General: Correspondence, A-B. Jan 1929 - Oct 1934
25 CHAR 2/577 Public and Political: General: London naval agreement. 22 Apr 1930 - 05 Jul 1930
25 CHAR 2/605A-B Public and Political: General: correspondence, mostly on the Munich Crisis, from the general public in Britain and abroad, mostly supporting WSC's stance. Oct 1938 - Jan 1939
25 CHAR 2/608A-C Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public abroad, mainly from the United States, on the Munich Crisis, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and other aspects of the international situation; mostly supporting WSC's stance, praising his speeches and broadcasts. 14 Sep 1938 - 18 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 2/608B/121 Letter from Marshall Davis Hogan (Boonton, New Jersey and Dover, New Jersey [United States]) to WSC in which he says he enjoyed and appreciated WSC's broadcast to the United States and hopes WSC will be able to "awaken our peoples to arm themselves against brute force." Signed manuscript. 16 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 2/608B/136 Letter from Oswald Veblen (58 Battle Road, Princeton, New Jersey [United States]) to WSC in response to WSC's broadcast to the United States. He says that he agrees that "decent people everywhere should unite" against [Nazi Germany] but feels that many Americans do not have faith in the present British government because they have not opposed fascism and the outrages in Manchuria, Ethiopia, Spain and Czechoslovakia. Signed manuscript. 16 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 2/608B/175 Letter from W D Anthony (Registrar, Potomac State School of West Virginia University, United States) to WSC thanking him for his broadcast to the United States; wishing that Britain and France had acted to prevent Hitler acquiring "such formidable power"; commenting on the failure of President Woodrow Wilson's policy of a "peace without victory" [at Versailles]; and expressing good wishes for WSC. Signed typescript. 17 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 2/609A-B Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public mainly abroad, particularly the United States, on the Munich Crisis, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Anglo-American relations and other international affairs; mostly supporting WSC's stance, praising his broadcasts and articles, some making appeals concerning personal matters. 19 Oct 1938 - 05 Dec 1938
25 CHAR 2/609A/2A-2B Letter from John Hemingway [United States] enclosing a press cutting (see CHAR 2/609A/2a) on anti-British sentiment in the United States and the need for Britain to pay her debts and the low opinion of the Churchills held by those who have read Thackery. Signed typescript. Includes a cutting from an American newspaper of an article by George Rothwell Brown on resentment at WSC's broadcast to the United States. 19-20 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 2/609A/26 Letter from George E Bailey (New York [United States]) to WSC in response to WSC's broadcast to the United States. He says that he would not like the US to play a part in another European war, since Americans are still paying taxes to make up for unpaid loans, and feels that Great Britain should have prevented the German occupation of the Rhineland to prevent the Dictator [Adolf Hitler] becoming so powerful. Signed manuscript. 19 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 8/36 Literary: Articles. 08 Dec 1918 - 31 Dec 1919
25 CHAR 8/37 Literary: Articles. 22 Jun 1919 - 19 Mar 1920
25 CHAR 8/204 Literary: Correspondence concerning corrections to and research for Volume 3 of "The World Crisis". Nov 1926 - Dec 1926
25 CHAR 8/231 Literary: Articles. 01 Jan 1929 - 31 Dec 1929
25 CHAR 8/232 Literary: Articles. 01 Jan 1929 - 31 Dec 1929
25 CHAR 8/261 Literary: "The Aftermath", Volume 4 of "The World Crisis". 1917 - 1928
25 CHAR 8/281 Literary: Articles. 1930
25 CHAR 8/298 Literary: Articles. 1883 - 1931
25 CHAR 8/301 Literary: Articles by WSC for the Strand Magazine. 1931
25 CHAR 8/303 Literary: Articles by WSC for the Hearst Newspapers. 1931
25 CHAR 8/309 Literary: Correspondence concerning WSC's articles for the Daily Mail. 1932
25 CHAR 8/318 Literary: WSC's articles for Collier's Magazine. 1932
25 CHAR 8/338 Literary: Articles. 1933
25 CHAR 8/340 Literary: WSC's articles for Collier's Magazine. 1933
25 CHAR 8/501 Literary: Articles: Amalgamated Press. Jan 1934 - Aug 1934
25 CHAR 8/518A-B Literary: Articles. Feb 1935 - Nov 1935
25 CHAR 8/519 Literary: Articles: Daily Mail. Mar 1935 - Nov 1935
25 CHAR 8/521 Literary: Articles: Collier's Weekly. Sep 1934 - Jul 1935
25 CHAR 8/545 Literary: articles: Colliers Magazine. Jan 1936 - Jul 1936
25 CHAR 8/549 Literary: "Great Contemporaries": letters of thanks and congratulation. 24 Sep 1937 - 29 Dec 1937
25 CHAR 8/565 Literary: articles: News of the World 2. Jun 1937 - Jul 1937
25 CHAR 8/570 Literary: articles: Evening Standard 2. 13 May 1937 - 03 Sep 1937
25 CHAR 8/571 Literary: articles: Evening Standard 3. 15 Sep 1937 - 23 Dec 1937
25 CHAR 8/576 Literary: articles: Collier's Magazine 2. 13 Apr 1937 - 12 Mar 1940
25 CHAR 8/578 Literary: "Great Contemporaries": copy. 04 May 1930 - 22 Jun 1937
25 CHAR 8/586 Literary: "Great Contemporaries": proofs. 28 May 1937 - 07 Sep 1938
25 CHAR 8/590 Literary: "Short Biographies": proofs 1. [Dec] 1929 - 1937
25 CHAR 8/591 Literary: "Short Biographies": proofs 2. 1930 - 1937
25 CHAR 8/592 Literary: "Short Biographies": "American Impressions", copy. 1929 - 1937
25 CHAR 8/593 Literary: "Short Biographies": "American Impressions": proofs. 1929 - 1937
25 CHAR 8/604 Literary: Collier's magazine articles: correspondence. 03 Feb 1938 - 30 Dec 1938
25 CHAR 8/606 Literary: Curtis Brown Limited: business correspondence. 13 Dec 1937 - 10 Dec 1938
25 CHAR 8/612 Literary: Daily Telegraph articles by WSC 2. Jul 1938 - Sep 1938
25 CHAR 8/614 Literary: News of the World articles by WSC 1. Apr 1938 - May 1938
25 CHAR 8/620 Literary: Collier's magazine articles by WSC: 1. Jul 1938 - Sep 1938
25 CHAR 8/634 Literary: Collier's magazine articles: correspondence. 09 Feb 1939 - 03 Dec 1939
25 CHAR 8/638 Literary: Co-operation Press Service: business correspondence. 03 Jan 1939 - Dec 1939
25 CHAR 8/646 Literary: Daily Telegraph articles by WSC: 2. Apr 1939 - Jun 1939
25 CHAR 8/651 Literary: Sunday Chronicle articles by WSC: 1 ("The World Crisis" series). Oct 1939 - Nov 1939
25 CHAR 8/667 Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 3. Mar 1940 - 19 May 1940
25 CHAR 8/668 Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 4. 26 May 1940 - 30 Jun 1940
25 CHAR 8/669 Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 5. 07 Jul 1940 - 11 Aug 1940
25 CHAR 8/681 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": correspondence. 09 Sep 1940 - 16 Oct 1941
25 CHAR 8/689 Literary: various articles by WSC. May 1941 - Dec 1941
25 CHAR 8/690 Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 1. 05 Jan 1941 - 16 Feb 1941
25 CHAR 8/694 Literary: Sunday Dispatch articles by WSC: 5. 13 Jul 1941 - 29 Aug 1941
25 CHAR 8/728 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 544 - 673. c 1938
25 CHAR 8/733 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1114 - 1237. c 1938
25 CHAR 8/734 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1238 - 1371. c 1938
25 CHAR 8/735 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1372 - 1491. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/736 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1492 - 1574. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/738 Literary: "A history of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1658 - 1737. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/740 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1825 - 1928. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/741 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 1929 - 2017. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/742 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 2018 - 2103. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/743 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": draft proofs, folios 2104 - 2120, 2150 - 2154, 2169 - 2195, 2242 - 2277. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/744 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": additional folios. 1938 - 1939
25 CHAR 8/767 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 2, Bk 4. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/775 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 2, Bk 5. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/782 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 2. 01 Jan 1939 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/789 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 3, Bk 8. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/790 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 3, Bk 8. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/791 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 3, Bks 8 - 9. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/792 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 3, Bk 9. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/793 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": Vol 4. 01 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
25 CHAR 8/803 Literary: "Into Battle": correspondence regarding publication in the United Kingdom and around the world of a collection of WSC's speeches. 03 Apr 1940 - 19 Apr 1945
25 CHAR 8/811 Literary: correspondence regarding an offer by the McLure Newspaper Syndicate for WSC's autobiography. 15 Aug 1930 - 16 Dec 1930
25 CHAR 8/813 Literary: Hearst newspaper articles: correspondence regarding publication in the United States. 18 Nov 1930 - 05 Aug 1937
25 CHAR 9/56 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes and typescript. 15 Jan 1918 - 21 Dec 1918
25 CHAR 9/58 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Typescript, prints and speech notes. 02 Jan 1919 - 09 Nov 1919
25 CHAR 9/71/62-93 Speech notes for WSC's statement for the 2nd reading of the Gold Standard Bill, on the proposed Labour amendment, the timing of the return to the Gold Standard, the view of John Maynard Keynes, reasons for the return, the role of the United States, and the effect on interest rates. 04 May 1925
25 CHAR 9/99A-B Speeches: Lecture tour of United States and Canada: Speech notes and typescript. 28 Jan 1932 - 08 Mar 1932
25 CHAR 9/101 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and source material. 27 Jun 1932 - 14 Dec 1932
25 CHAR 9/102 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes and typescript. 30 Apr 1932 - 05 Oct 1932
25 CHAR 9/103 Speeches: House of Commons: speech notes and source material. 16 Feb 1933 - 07 Nov 1933
25 CHAR 9/117 Speeches: House of Commons: speech notes and source material. 16 Mar 1936 - 30 Apr 1936
25 CHAR 9/132 Speeches: speech notes and other material. 23 May 1938 - Nov 1938
25 CHAR 9/132/61-78 "The defence of freedom and peace" 16 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 9/132/94-110 Draft speaking notes for WSC's broadcast to the United States([United States National Broadcasting Company]) entitled "The defence of freedom and peace" on the need for the democracies, including the United States, to unite against the dictatorships. At the start of the speech WSC says that it may not be possible to broadcast to the US in future because "The stations are closing down; the lights are going out". Issues covered include: the consequences of the "abandonment" of Czechoslovakia; likelihood of war; a call for the English-speaking peoples to "join hands together over land and sea" to ensure peace; the strength and efficiency of the Nazi totalitarian state and air power; the [Sino-Japanese war]; struggles against fascism in Spain; the need for the Unites States to join Britain and France; and the power of "a little mouse of thought" against dictators. WSC concludes by calling for action by the English-speaking peoples. Typescript draft notes annotated in black and red ink and blue crayon showing many edits and changes by WSC. 16 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 9/132/111 "Headway towards Freedom and Peace" Nov 1938
25 CHAR 9/132/112-113 "The defence of freedom and peace" 16 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 9/132/114-119 Printed proofs of WSC's broadcast to the United States (16 October 1938, [United States National Broadcasting Company]) entitled "The defence of freedom and peace" on the need for the democracies, including the United States, to unite against the dictatorships. At the start of the speech WSC says that it may not be possible to broadcast to the US in future because "The stations are closing down; the lights are going out". Issues covered include: the consequences of the "abandonment" of Czechoslovakia; likelihood of war; a call for the English-speaking peoples to "join hands together over land and sea" to ensure peace; the strength and efficiency of the Nazi totalitarian state and air power; the [Sino-Japanese war]; struggles against fascism in Spain; the need for the Unites States to join Britain and France; and the power of "a little mouse of thought" against dictators. WSC concludes by calling for action by the English-speaking peoples. Annotated in black ink, not in WSC's hand, with editions and changes. 16 Oct 1938
25 CHAR 9/133 Speeches: speech notes and source material. 28 Oct 1938 - 11 Dec 1938
25 CHAR 9/136 Speeches: speech notes and other material [dated 1939 unless otherwise indicated]. [Nov] [1938] - Apr 1939
25 CHAR 9/140A-B Speeches: House of Commons: speech notes and other material. 23 May 1940 - 04 Jul 1940
25 CHAR 9/141A-B Speeches: House of Commons: speech notes and other material. 30 Jul 1940 - 17 Sep 1940
25 CHAR 9/141A/37-68 "The Few" 20 Aug 1940
25 CHAR 9/145 Speeches: speech notes and other material. 09 Oct 1940 - 24 Dec 1940
25 CHAR 9/148A-B Speeches: House of Commons: speech notes and other material. 09 Jul 1941 - 01 Oct 1941
25 CHAR 9/150A-B Speeches: speech notes and other material. 09 Jan 1941 - 27 Apr 1941

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