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CHAR 2/253/1-2

Letter from Spenser Grey, Dorset Street, London W1 to WSC, on attack on WSC in the press by "C.G.".

2 folios
01 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/3

Telegram from the Duchess of Atholl to WSC, asking for return of her German books as she was going abroad.

1 folio
01 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/4

Letter from Lord Wolmer [later Lord Selborne], Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1, to WSC, stating that P M Stewart wished to keep dinner on 8 Apr as small as possible, but that he had agreed to include "Grigg" [? Sir Edward Grigg (later Lord Altrincham)].

1 folio
01 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/5-6

Letter from [Violet Pearman] to Colonel Ralph Isham, regretting that WSC was unable to meet him during his stay in London [with note from VP to WSC, stating that Isham had acted as an intermediary between WSC and T E Lawrence in 1921] [carbon].

2 folios
04 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/7

Letter from WSC to Ivan Maisky, Soviet Ambassador to Britain, invitation to lunch "a deux" [carbon].

1 folio
01 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/8

Letter from Vernon Bartlett, "World Review of Reviews" to WSC, sending copy of second number of the "World Review", asking if there was any chance of getting an article from him. Offering a fee of 25 guineas.

1 folio
02 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/9

Letter from Ivan Maisky, Soviet Ambassador to Britain to WSC. Sending copy of speech, and stating that the Soviet attitude to the international position was fully dealt with in the latter half. Also thanks for lunch.

1 folio
03 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/10

Note from Violet Pearman to WSC, on telephone message from Lord Lloyd asking if he would be prepared to speak at the Annual Meeting of the Navy League.

1 folio
03 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/11

Letter from WSC to Spenser Grey, advising him not to worry about hostile newspaper articles by "C.G." [carbon].

1 folio
03 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/12

Letter from Anthony Eden, (later Lord Avon), Foreign Office to WSC, thanks for sending papers on staff conversations before the War. Thanking him for his help and kindness during recent critical period.

1 folio
04 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/13

Letter from Emile de Cartier, Baron de Marchienne, Belgian Ambassador to Britain to WSC, sending article from Belgian satirical paper "Porquoi Pas" [not retained].

1 folio
04 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/14

Letter from WSC to Vernon Bartlett, thanks for gift of the "World Review of Reviews", stating that he particularly enjoyed the foreign cartoons [carbon].

1 folio
04 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/15-16

Letter from Ulrich Ellis to WSC, asking for meeting, enclosing letter of introduction from William Hughes, Australian Minister for Repatriation.

2 folios
06 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/17

Letter from Gertrude Turquand, Belgrave Road, London to WSC, stating that his "great time" was near at hand, and urging him not to give up the fight.

1 folio
06 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/18-19

Letter from Robert Bower MP to WSC, on question of two Maltese-British subjects imprisoned in Tripoli on charges of political defeatism and vilification of the Italian nation. Stating that he felt the sentences to be savage, and that he intended to raise the matter in the House of Commons. Asking for WSC's advice.

2 folios
06 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/20

Letter from WSC to Admiral Sir Lewis Bayley, regretting that Bayley had been unable to attend dinner at the Navigation School [carbon].

1 folio
07 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/21

Letter from Sir Leo Chiozza Money, Bramley, Surrey to WSC, asking him to read report on Abyssinia [not retained].

1 folio
07 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/22-25

Letter from Arthur Grenfell, Chesham Place, London SW1 to WSC, congratulations on speech. Praising him for bringing up the question of the return of the Mandated territories, and commenting that the replies of the Prime Minister [Stanley Baldwin] and Neville Chamberlain were far from satisfactory. Commenting on the situation in Tanganyika, and other former German possessions in Africa.

4 folios
08 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/26-28

Letter from WSC to Lord Cranborne (later 5th Lord Salisbury), on Abyssinia. Commenting that in Aug 1935 he had told Samuel Hoare (later Lord Templewood), Foreign Secretary, that he was "justified in going as far with the League of Nations against Italy as he could carry France", but that he should not put any pressure on France. That he had consistently advised the Government not to take a leading part or put themselves forward too prominently, mainly because of the "shocking plight" of Britain's defences. Stating that the Government had not followed his advice, and their policy was coming to a "most dismal and disastrous end [carbon].

3 folios
08 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/29-33

Letter from WSC to "The Times" on the mobilization of the Fleet in July 1914. Stating that it was not done solely on the authority of the First Sea Lord, Prince Louis of Battenberg [later Lord Milford Haven] and that he, as First Lord of the Admiralty had authorised Battenberg to take the action if he thought fit [carbon, with press cutting].

5 folios
09 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/34

Letter from Carl Williams, Crutched Friars, London EC3 to WSC, invitation to speak at Annual Dinner.

1 folio
08 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/35-36

Imperial Policy Group - Statement on Foreign Policy, particularly on the future of the Low Countries and the re-militarisation of the Rhine Zone [printed].

2 folios
[Apr] 1936
CHAR 2/253/37-38

Letter from WSC to Alfred Wise MP, on statement on Foreign Policy by the Imperial Policy Group. Commenting that at that time Britain, France and Belgium commanded superior forces on the Western Front, but that by 1938 Germany would have 80 or 90 Divisions, far more than the Allies. Suggesting that Britain should bring in all of the other countries against German aggression before the end of the year, and that it might be possible to come to terms with Germany without a war.

2 folios
09 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/39-40

Letter from Lord Halsbury, Paris, to WSC, on Anglo-French relations. Commenting that many in France felt that Britain would never help France, no matter what happened, and that Anthony Eden (later Lord Avon) at the Foreign Office was regareded as am insult to any nation to whom he had been sent.

2 folios
09 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/41

Letter from Sir Clive Morrison-Bell, Devonshire St., London to WSC, congratulations on speech on the European situation.

1 folio
[Apr] 1936
CHAR 2/253/42

Telegram from WSC to Sir Clive Morrison-Bell, Devonshire St., London, thanks for letter of congratulations on speech on the European situation [copy].

1 folio
10 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/43-44

Statement by WSC, on the death of German Ambassador to Britain, Baron Hoesch, sent to the Press Association [carbon].

2 folios
10 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/45

Letter from WSC to Emile de Cartier, Baron de Marchienne, Belgian Ambassador to Britain, thanks for sending article from "Porquoi Pas" [carbon].

1 folio
10 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/46

Letter from WSC to Carl Williams, regretting that he was unable to speak at Dinner [carbon].

1 folio
10 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/47

Letter from WSC to Lady D'Abernon, offering sympathy on her difficulties in Italy [carbon].

1 folio
10 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/48

Letter from Violet Pearman, PS to WSC to the PS to Sir Austen Chamberlain, sending copies of papers on the origin of the First World War, which seemed to WSC to be relevant to present discussions [carbon].

1 folio
11 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/49

Letter from Violet Pearman, PS to WSC to Sir Leo Chiozza Money, returning article on Abyssinia, which WSC had read with interest [carbon].

1 folio
13 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/50

Letter from WSC to Andre Tardieu, thanks for gift of book, "Le souverain captif". Also commenting that he hoped that the elections would result in a strong France and above all not a bitterly divided France." [carbon.

1 folio
13 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/51

Letter from Violet Pearman, PS to WSC to the PS to Lord lloyd, regretting that WSC was unable to address annual meeting of the Navy League [carbon].

1 folio
13 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/52

Letter from WSC to Arthur Grenfell, thanks for letter of congratulations on speech on defence [carbon].

1 folio
13 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/53

Letter from Violet Pearman, PS to WSC to Commander Robert Bower MP, thanks for letting WSC know about the fate of Maltese British subjects imprisoned in Tripoli on charges of political defeatism and vilification of the Italian nation. Stating that WSC hoped that Bower would keep the question alive [carbon].

1 folio
13 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/54

Letter from Violet Pearman, PS to WSC to Jean de Maret, thanks for invitation to WSC to speak in Brussels, Belgium during the forthcoming winter. Regretting that he was unable to accept because of the uncertainty of his plans for the year [carbon].

1 folio
13 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/55

Letter from WSC to Lord Halsbury, thanks for "interesting and most disquieting letter" on French hostility towards Britain [carbon].

1 folio
14 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/56

Letter from Marjorie Johnson, Private Secretary to Sir [Joseph] Austen Chamberlain (the Goring Hotel, Ebury Street [London]) to the Private Secretary to WSC, acknowledging receipt of papers [on the origins of the First World War]. She states that she had forwarded the papers to Chamberlain in Vienna [Austria] that day, and would return them as soon as he had finished with them.

1 folio
14 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/57

Letter from Philip Unwin, George Allen &Unwin Ltd., Publishers, Museum Street, London WC1 to WSC, sending copy of book on the Soviet Union "Uncle Give Us Bread" by Arne Strom, a Danish poultry expert, who spent 18 months in the Soviet Union assisting with the organisation of State poultry farms. Asking for his opinion on the book.

1 folio
16 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/58

Letter from Henry, 2nd Lord Melchett, Mulberry House, Smith Square, London SW1 to WSC, thanks for forwarding letter from Major T G Tulloch. Asking for permission to show it to Zionist leaders, and to quote from it.

1 folio
17 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/59-61

Letter from Lord Cranborne, (later 5th Lord Salisbury), Cranborne, Salisbury, to WSC, regretting that WSC found his comments on speech unfair. Stating that he felt that WSC's policy of not taking the lead against Italian aggression was not practical, that Britain was by far the greatest nation in the League of Nations, and was bound to take a prominent part, and that the Cabinet had taken the only possible course of action under difficult circumstances.

3 folios
17 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/62-63

Telegram from WSC to General Sir Hugh Tudor, invitation to spend weekend at Chartwell [copy].

2 folios
17 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/64

Letter from WSC to Lord Cecil of Chelwood, hoping that the Government would not continue with "futile half-hearted sanctions against Italy" simply to save face. Commenting that Britain had been led into a horrible muddle, and would make matters worse by trying to blame France. Also accepting invitation to visit him over the summer, and inviting him to visit Chartwell "I would like to show you my swimming pool; it is limpid and tepid" [carbon, with manuscript corrections by WSC for release to the press].

1 folio
18 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/65

Letter from WSC to Lord Lloyd, sending a "sprightly paper". Suggesting that the Navy League should establish a friendly liaison with the editor [carbon].

1 folio
18 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/66

Letter from WSC to Donald Fergusson, Treasury, congratulations on appointment as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture. Asking if he could have copy of Treasury Paper showing the final out-turn for 1935-36, and one for his last year as Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1928-29 [carbon].

1 folio
19 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/67

Letter from Charles Emmott MP to WSC, asking if he would be willing to address meeting of Women voters in East Surrey, predicting an audience of more than 2000. With annotation by Violet Pearman, regretting due to his own constituency commitments.

1 folio
19 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/68

Letter from Lord Rothermere, Hotel Metropole, Monte Carlo to WSC, "What price Italy now?".

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/69

Letter from Donald Fergusson, Treasury, to WSC, sending copies of the Financial Statement for 1929, 1930 and 1936.

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/70

Letter from WSC to Henry, 2nd Lord Melchett, stating that he would write to Major T G Tulloch and ask him what use could be made of his letter, and that he would send a copy to J H Thomas, Colonial Secretary [carbon].

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/71

Letter from [Violet Pearman], PS to WSC to Major T G Tulloch on his letter to WSC. Asking if he wished to place any restrictions on its circulation and use by WSC.

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/72

Letter from WSC to J H Thomas, Colonial Secretary, forwarding letter from Major T G Tulloch. Asking Thomas to show it to his Middle East Department, and to endure that "no evil falls on my correspondent" [carbon].

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/73-74

Letter from Major P Granville Edge, Glengall Road, Woodford Green, Essex, on his letter to "The Times" on the France and the League of Nations. Also enclosing his visiting card.

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/75

Letter from WSC to George Allen &Unwin Ltd, thanks for gift of book on the Soviet Union "Uncle Give us Bread" by Arne Strom. Stating that he did not wish to comment on it in public, but would like to know if it was a "Bona fide" record, and the present position and occupation of the author [carbon].

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/76-77

Cutting from "The Times", letter by WSC "France and the League".

2 folios
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/78

Letter from Violet Pearman, Chartwell, to the PS to Sir Austen Chamberlain, sending papers on the origins of the First World War, which WSC felt were of relevance to the present situation [annotated by VP that Chamberlain had returned the papers without a covering letter].

1 folio
11 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/79

Letter from Leo Amery, Eaton Square, London SW1 to WSC, congratulations on letter to "The Times", on France and the League, contrasting it to toe "woolliness" of Stanley Baldwin's speech at Bewdley.

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/80

Letter from Ella Maillart, Geneva, Switzerland to WSC, asking for permission to publish account of meeting in newspaper.

1 folio
[Apr] 1936
CHAR 2/253/81

Telegram from WSC to Ella Maillart, Geneva, Switzerland "on no account publish anything" [on their recent meeting] [copy].

1 folio
20 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/82

Letter from WSC to Ella Maillart, Geneva, Switzerland, regretting that he could not allow account of their recent conversation to be published "snatch-phrases from private conversations...when summarised like this do not represent my views" [carbon].

1 folio
21 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/83-84

Letter from W H Thompson, Special Branch, Scotland Yard, London to Violet Pearman, PS to WSC, asking if WSC would be willing to write commentary for film, "The Danger Spots of Europe", on Danzig [Gdansk], Memel, the Polish Lithuanian Border, the Polish-Soviet frontier, the German-Czechoslovakian border, and the Austro-German frontier.

2 folios
21 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/85

Letter from Rex Leeper, Foreign Office to WSC, writing at the suggestion of Sir Robert Vansittart, asking for appointment to discuss a matter "of national importance and which is closely connected with the work of the Foreign Office".

1 folio
21 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/86

Letter from Alfred Wise MP to WSC, thanks for letter of support for the Imperial Policy Group.

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/87-89

Letter from WSC to Lord Cranborne (later 5th Lord Salisbury),enclosing copy of speech be had made in 1935, against Britain becoming the "bell-wether or fugelman" for the League of Nations [carbon].

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/90

Telegram from Count Richard Coundenhove Kalerghi to WSC, asking for appointment to see him.

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/91

Letter from WSC to Major P Granville Edge, thanks for letter on his letter to the Times [carbon].

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/92

Letter from Lord Robert Cecil [later Lord Cecil of Chelwood], South Eaton Place, London, SW1, to WSC, on war in Abyssinia, Italy, France and the League of Nations.

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/93

Telegram from WSC to Charles Emmott MP, declining invitation to speak in Surrey [copy].

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/94

Telegram from WSC to Leo Amery, thanks for letter of congratulation on letter to "The Times" on the League of Nations [copy].

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/95

Letter from Lawrence Burgis, Cabinet Office, London to WSC, sending receipt for Cabinet Conclusions that he had handed over, and a list of the Cabinet memorandw which he had circulated during the years 1920-1929.

1 folio
22 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/96-115

Letter from Laurence Burgis, Cabinet Office, to WSC, enclosing list of memoranda that he had circulated to the Cabinet between 1919 and 1929.

20 folios
24 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/116

Letter from Gustav Cassel, Djursholm, Sweden to WSC, stating that he had asked his British publisher to send WSC a copy of his new book ""The Downfall of the Gold Standard".

1 folio
23 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/117

Letter from Sir Brograve Beauchamp MP, Charles Street, Mayfair to WSC, asking him to speak at a National Government Fete at the White House, Woodford Green.

1 folio
23 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/118-125

Letter from Major T G Tulloch, American Villa, Jericho, Palestine to WSC, on the political situation in Palestine.

8 folios
27 Mar 1936
CHAR 2/253/126

Letter from Stanley Unwin, Governing Director, George Allen &Unwin Ltd to WSC, on the bona fides of the book "Uncle Give us Bread".

1 folio
23 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/127

Letter from [Violet Pearman], PS to WSC, to Dr Gooch, returning documents on the origin of the First World War [carbon].

1 folio
23 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/128

Letter from Lord Tavistock (later 12th Duke of Bedford) to WSC, on his recent letter in "The Times", sending proposal, (not retained) which if adopted would remove the economic causes of war.

1 folio
23 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/129

Letter from WSC to the Duke of Westminster, regretting that he would not be able to attend the Chester races. Also commenting on the political situation "Things are goig from bad to worse and the Government are doing next to nothing about it...Baldwin's stock continues to sag" [carbon].

1 folio
24 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/130

Letter from Violet Pearman, PS to WSC to Inspector W H Thompson, regretting that WSC was not able to become involved in film project due to his contract with London films [carbon].

1 folio
24 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/131

Letter from Inspector W H Thompson, Special Branch, Scotland Yard, London SW1 to Violet Pearman, PS to WSC , regretting that WSC was not able to become involved in film project due to his contract with London films.

1 folio
[Apr] 1936
CHAR 2/253/132-133

Telegram from WSC to Count Richard Coundenove Kalerghi, regretting that they could not meet as WSC was not in London [carbon].

2 folios
24 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/134

Letter from Ivan Maisky, Soviet Ambassador to Britain to WSC, sending copy (not retained) of "Le Journal de Moscou" containing leader (written by Soviet Foreign Minister, Maxim Litvinoff) giving their view on the international situation. Commenting that the "Journal" was not an official organ, but it generally represented tje views and opinions of the Soviet Government, and particularly the Foreign Office on international affairs.

1 folio
24 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/135

Letter from WSC to Freddie Guest, thanks for sending press cutting from the New York American (not retained). Describing it as "pernicious nonsense" [carbon].

1 folio
25 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/136

Letter from Freddie Guest, Street's Mews, Aldford St., London to WSC, sending cutting (not retained) from the New York American.

1 folio
[Apr] 1936
CHAR 2/253/137

Letter from [Violet Pearman], PS to WSC to Sir Brograve Beauchamp MP, regretting that WSC was unable to speak at National Government fete in his Walthamstow Consituency [carbon].

1 folio
25 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/138

Letter from Margot, Countess of Oxford and Asquith , Bedford Square, London WC1 to WSC, congratulatons on House of Commons speech in the Budget debate commenting "We are at the parting of the ways between war and peace".

1 folio
[25] Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/139-140

Letter from Katherine, Duchess of Atholl, Blair Castle, Atholl, to WSC, on the international situation, offering congratulations on letter to "The Times" on the League of Nations.

2 folios
25 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/141

Letter from Admiral of the Fleet Sir Roger Keyes, Tingewick House, Buckingham, to WSC, sending article [not retained] that he had written for "The Navy", the monthly magazine of the Navy League.

1 folio
25 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/142

Letter from [Violet Pearman], PS to WSC to Alfred Wise MP, thanks for letter of 22 Apr, and asking him to return letter from WSC [carbon].

1 folio
25 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/143-144

Letter from Lieutenant-Colonel F T Tristram, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France to WSC, congratulations on recent speech on the position of France, forwarding message of support from 181 "patriotic French ladies from the Nice area.

1 folio
25 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/145

Letter from General Sir Hugh Tudor, Army &Navy Club, Pall Mall to WSC, congratulations on speech in Budget debate in House of Commons. Commenting that the "Sunday Dispatch" had picked him as "the best man to lead the country but for what they call your blue-water obsession".

1 folio
26 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/146-147

Telegram from William Philip Simms, Foreign Editor, New York World to WSC, asking for meeting [with visiting card].

2 folios
27 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/148

Letter from Count Dino Grandi, Italian Ambassador to Britain to WSC, asking for meeting [annotated "Yes, Thursday 1.15 at Flat"].

1 folio
27 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/149

Letter from G E Crombie, India Office to WSC, returning letter from the Maharaj Kumar of Vizianagram. Commenting that he was the son and heir of the Maharaja of Vizianagram. the largest landowner in the Madras Presidency and a man of considerable importance, and that there would be no possible objection to WSC meeting the Maharaj Kumar.

1 folio
27 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/150-151

Letter from The Majaraj Kumar of Vizianagram [later Maharaja of Vizianagram], Great Central Hotel, London, W1 to WSC, stating that he had just arrived in Britain with the All-India Cricket Team and would like an interview with WSC.

1 folio
27 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/152

Letter from WSC to Professor Gustav Cassel, thanks for gift of book "The Downfall of the Gold Standard" [carbon].

1 folio
28 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/153

Letter from Lord Weir, Whitehall Court, London SW1 to WSC, congratulations on speech in the Budget Debate in the House of Commons.

1 folio
28 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/154

Letter from Lord Halsbury, Hotel Majestic, Paris to WSC, asking for meeting to discuss the international situation.

1 folio
[Apr] [1936]
CHAR 2/253/155

Letter from WSC to Lord Halsbury, regretting that they were unable to meet. Asking Halsbury to write to him [carbon].

1 folio
28 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/156

Note from Violet Pearman to WSC, asking for the name of German book on the Great War, that he had recommended to David Lloyd George [annotated "Der Koenig" with preface by Col. H Aldane].

1 folio
28 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/157-160

Letter from Katherine, Duchess of Atholl MP to WSC, thanks for returning her copy of the English translation of "Mein Kampf", asking for the return of the German original text, and book "Nazism: an assault on Civilisation". Commenting on meeting with the Belgian Ambassador to France, who thought that Germany would dominate Europe in about two years. Asking for meeting to discuss the international situation.

4 folios
29 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/161-167

Letter from Major T G Tulloch, Jericho, Palestine to WSC, on the political situation in the Middle East.

7 folios
29 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/168-169

Letter from Collin Brooks, Editor, The Sunday Dispatch to WSC, enclosing provisional layout of his suggested interview.

2 folios
29 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/170

Letter from WSC to Ivan Maisky, Soviet Ambassador to Britain, thanks for sending copy of "Le Journal de Moscou" [carbon].

1 folio
29 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/171-172

Letter from Ella Maillart, Hotel Lutetia, Paris, to WSC, on publication of interview.

2 folios
29 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/253/173

Front page of the "New York American", including leading article by William Randolph Hearst "Un-English Diplomacy of Premier [Stanley] Baldwin".

1 folio
08 Apr 1936