|Churchill/AMEL 1/6 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||India Office to Prime Minister
||War Cabinet: India Committee
||Notes and articles on India's post-war settlement
||"Notes on current politics: India"
||Cuttings, articles and correspondence on post-war India
||India and Burma: correspondence A - Z
||India and Burma: cuttings and publications
||Papers connected with the Roger Mission
||Finnish Aid Committee
|See later -->||
The Papers of Leopold Amery
||Telegrams from Viceroy to Secretary of State for India
(former reference: Box 327)
||Jun 1940-Feb 1945
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Copies of telegrams from the Viceroy and Governor-General of India [2nd Lord Linlithgow, earlier Lord Hopetoun, up to October 1943, then Field Marshal 1st Lord Wavell] to LSA on subjects including: defence of India; the new constitution and the expansion of the Viceroy's Council; the appointment of General Sir Claude Auchinleck or General Sir Archibald Wavell as Commander-in-Chief, India; the extension of Linlithgow's tenure; appointing Field Marshal Sir John Dill as Governor-Designate of Bombay and Arthur Hope, later 2nd Lord Rankeillour as Governor of Madras; the broadcast by Winston Churchill, Prime Minister, to India appealing for unity; Sir [Richard] Stafford Cripps's mission to the Indian National Congress, to discuss self-government; mob violence; Sir Thomas Stewart, Governor of Bihar and the situation in Bihar; deciding on Linlithgow's successor; Mahatma Gandhi's fast; leakage of information.
|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.