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CHAR 2/195 Public and political: various papers relating to Indian affairs.

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CHAR 2/195/1-2

Unrevised minutes of WSC's evidence to the Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

2 folios
23 Oct 1933
CHAR 2/195/3

Letter from Sir Alexander Stewart-Sandeman (House of Commons) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/195/4.

1 folio
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/4

Amendment to be proposed by WSC on the respective duties of the posts of Governor-General and Viceroy of India. Sent with CHAR 2/195/3.

1 folio
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/5-8

Report by G N Andrews claiming to show that the European Association is unrepresentative of the unofficial British community in India.

4 folios
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/9

Reprint from the Planter's Journal: speech by Harry Hobbs criticising the European Association [of India] at its annual general meeting. Sent with CHAR 2/195/5-8.

1 folio
01 Mar 1933
CHAR 2/195/10

Leaflet published by the Unity Band: "the Mad Hatter's Masterpiece or Dy-Anarchy incarnate" attacking the proposals in the White Paper on India. Another copy at CHAR 2/195/11.

1 folio
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/11

Another copy of CHAR 2/195/10.

1 folio
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/12

Leaflet published by the National Workmen's Constitutional Council: "No surrender of India. Manifesto from workers to workers.".

1 [4]p
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/13

Pamphlet issued through the Unity Band: "Letter on the Indian Question, addressed to certain members of both Houses of Parliament, by Lieutenant-Colonel F MacDonald (late Indian Army)". Another copy at CHAR 2/195/14.

1 17,[1]p
1932
CHAR 2/195/14

Another copy of CHAR 2/195/13.

1 17,[1]p
1932
CHAR 2/195/15

Cutting from the Morning Post: article by Sir Michael O'Dwyer on the Third Round Table Conference on India.

1 folio
16 Nov 1932
CHAR 2/195/16-18

Extracts from a speech by Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru at Allahabad University urging the "progressive elements" in India to "capture" the new constitution.

3 folios
16 Jan 1933
CHAR 2/195/19

Notes of those who are for and against [Government policy on India].

1 folio
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/20

Note on the inducements held out to the Indian princes to get them to agree to Federation.

1 folio
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/21

Extract from the Times: quotations from a speech by the Viceroy, 1st Lord Willingdon, expressing the hope that the Round Table Conference delegates will speedily complete their labours so that he may be relieved of many of his constitutional duties and expressing confidence that Mahatma Gandhi will carry out his side of the Gandhi-Irwin agreement.

1 folio
29 Jun 1931
CHAR 2/195/22-54

Memorandum criticising the current trend of British policy in India by denying that the mass of Indians wish to rule themselves and arguing that none of the different religious and cultural groups in India would accept being ruled by another.

33 folios
[1933]
CHAR 2/195/55-62

Summary of the Government's proposals for Indian constitutional reform.

8 folios
[1933]