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CHAR 2/262 Public and Political: General:.

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CHAR 2/262/1

Envelope formerly containing cuttings from Speech Box, 1936.

1 folio
1936
CHAR 2/262/2

Cutting from The Morning Post - The International Situation - What he Public Ought to Know.

1 folio
15 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/3-7

Cutting from The Morning Post - National Defence: The Whole Truth - What the Country is not Told - Inside Story of the Peace Crisis.

5 folios
16 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/8-11

Cutting from The Morning Post - The Facts About the Fleet - Shortage of Men, Ships, Shells and Oil.

4 folios
17 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/12

Cutting from The Morning Post - Germany, France and Italy - reactions of "Morning Post Disclosures" [on the inadequacy of Britain's defences].

1 folio
17 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/13-16

Cutting from The Morning Post - What They Say - Views of the Men Who Know - comments on the disclosures by the Morning Post of the inadequacy of Britain's defences by The Archbishop of York (William Temple), Admiral of the Fleet Lord Beatty, Lord Tyrrell, Lord Milne, Sir Austen Chamberlain, Lord Winterton, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Roger Keyes, Sir Edward Grigg (later Lord Altrincham) and Sir Arnold Wilson.

4 folios
17 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/17

Cutting from The Morning Post - The Facts About the Army - Dummy Anti-Tank Guns.

2 folios
18 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/18

Cutting from The Morning Post - French Views of Britain's Defences - Weakness a Penalty of Good Faith - Germany Blamed.

1 folio
18 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/19

Cutting from The Morning Post - "Why Recruiting is Hindered- Reply to the Archbishop of York".

1 folio
18 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/20

Cutting from The Morning Post - More Tanks and More Cavalry - Views of Our Readers.

1 folio
18 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/21-22

Cutting from The Morning Post - Britain's Need of Air Bombers - Far Behind Germany in First Line Strength - Rapid Expansion Abroad.

2 folios
20 Jan 1936
CHAR 2/262/23

Cutting from The Morning Post - Immediate Plans for Stronger Defence.

1 folio
03 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/24-25

Cutting from The Morning Post - Navy the Paramount Consideration: More Men, More Ships, More Aircraft - Obsolete Vessels to be Replaced.

1 folio
03 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/26

Cutting from The Morning Post - Admiral's Inspection of Cruiser with only three A.B.s.

1 folio
03 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/27

Cutting from The Times - A Rearmed Germany - Dutch Fears.

1 folio
07 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/28-29

Cutting from The News Chronicle - Sir Samuel Hoare's Defence to his Constituency - Could not Refuse Ambassador's Insistent Request to Call on Laval in Paris - giving the text of personal statement by Sir Samuel Hoare (later Lord Templewood) defending his action in negotiating the Hoare-Laval Peace Plan.

2 folios
07 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/30

Cutting from the Sunday Express - column - Politicians and Politics by Peter Howard.

1 folio
09 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/31

Cutting from The Observer - article by Brigadier-General Percy Groves on rearmament.

1 folio
09 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/32

Cutting from The Times - article A Rearmed Germany - Defences of Holland.

1 folio
08 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/33

Cutting from The Times - letter by Sir Samuel Hoare (later Lord Templewood) on the Hoar-Laval pact.

1 folio
10 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/34-36

Cutting from The Evening Standard - "The Egyptian Problem" by Lord Lloyd.

1 folio
18 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/37-38

Cutting from Cavalcade - on the candidates for the post of Minister for the Co-ordination of Defence.

2 folios
29 Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/39-41

Notes on defence, rearmament, and the Hoare-Laval peace proposals.

3 folios
[1936]
CHAR 2/262/42-43

Resolution passed by the Executive Committee of the Federation of British Industries on The Coal Mines Bill: Compulsory Amalgamations.

2 folios
14 May 1936
CHAR 2/262/44

Cutting from the Evening Standard - article by WSC "Stop it Now", on the international situation.

2 folios
03 Apr 1936
CHAR 2/262/45-47

Memorandum - "Consequences, from the military point of view, of an evolution of the international situation of Belgium from that defined by the Treaty of Locarno", author unknown.

2 folios
[1936]
CHAR 2/262/48

Printed page, author unknown, praising WSC's "splendid contribution to the enlightenment of the nation".

1 folio
[1936]
CHAR 2/262/49

The Declaration of Abdication Bill [printed].

1 folio
10 Dec 1936
CHAR 2/262/50

The Hotels and Restaurants (Gratuities) Bill, proposing that the practice of giving gratuities to persons employed in hotels and restaurants be made illegal, presented by J S Holmes MP [printed].

1 6p pamphlet
06 Nov 1936
CHAR 2/262/51

White Paper - Import Duties - Recommendations of the Import Duties Advisory Committee [printed, Cmd. 5316].

1 8p pamphlet
Nov 1936
CHAR 2/262/52

Pamphlet - Agriculture - The Home Market and National Security - Views of The National Farmers' Union on current agricultural problems, (Second Edition) Published by the National Farmers' Union (N.F.U. No. 51).

1 28p pamphlet
Oct 1936
CHAR 2/262/53-54

The Offices Regulation Bill - To regulate offices and the employment of young persons therein [printed].

1 10p pamphlet
Feb 1936
CHAR 2/262/55

Statement of the promoters of the London Passenger Transport Board Bill in support of the Second Reading in the House of Commons [printed].

1 folio
04 Mar 1936
CHAR 2/262/56-61

Circular letter from Douglas Hacking MP, Chairman, Conservative and Unionist Central Office, enclosing memorandum on budget proposals relating to the Road Fund.

6 folios
01 May 1936
CHAR 2/262/62

Printed speech by Sir John Simon, Home Secretary, in the House of Commons "Why Sanctions Should Cease", explaining the Government's belief that following the end of the Italo-Abyssinian War there was "no longer any utility in continuing sanctions". Published by the Liberal National Organization.

1 20p pamphlet
23 Jun 1936
CHAR 2/262/63

Cutting from the Daily Telegraph, "Pensions for "Black Coats" - Sir Kingsley Wood on Big Scheme" for supplementing the contributory pensions of "black coated" workers such as teachers, shopkeepers and clerks.

1 folio
[1936]
CHAR 2/262/64

General Election - Conservative and Unionist Party Daily Notes, including note by Sir Kingsley Wood on the new pensions scheme [printed].

1 14 loose pages
Oct 1935
CHAR 2/262/65-66

Note on pensions, particularly Government scheme for increasing the contributory pensions for "black coated" workers.

2 folios
[1936]