|Churchill/AMEL 1/3 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||The Case for Compulsory Service
||The Case for Compulsory Service: cuttings
||Memoranda written in the War Office
||The League of Nations
||Correspondence on Rowson Ideal Film
||Imperial War Cabinet: Peace Terms: Territorial
||Imperial War Cabinet: Peace Terms: Economic and Non-Territorial
||Minutes of 'X' meetings
|See later -->||
The Papers of Leopold Amery
||Correspondence with 1st Lord Milner
||Jan 1903-Nov 1928 (The majority of folios date from 1903 to August 1914.)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Correspondence between Milner and LSA on subjects including: training troops in South Africa; the South African labour problem and immigration from China; LSA's foundation of an Imperialist group; the success of General Sir Paul Methuen [Commander-in-Chief Eastern Command] in the South African War, and Milner's concerns about Methuen's military position; the Cape Colony; Milner's own future after leaving South Africa; the 1907 Imperial Conference and ideals of imperial policy; tariff reform and economic policy, particularly regarding speeches by Milner; the Compatriots [tariff reform group]; plans by Major-General Sir Coleridge Grove for universal military training; LSA's employment; the future of the Unionists; education policy; the Home Rule Bill and policy on Ireland.
Also includes: note by Florence Amery (1928) with a letter from Milner, sympathising with her on having her honeymoon cut short by LSA standing as a candidate for Bow and Bromley [London]; press cuttings on Milner, including on his future and his work as High Commissioner for South Africa.
|Boer War (1899-1902)|
|Milner, Alfred (1854-1925) Viscount Milner, statesman|
|No further on-line information.|
This site uses Google Analytics Cookies. By using our website
you agree that we can place these cookies on your device.