|Churchill/AMEL 1/6 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||Telegrams from Secretary of State for India to Viceroy
||Telegrams from Viceroy to Secretary of State for India
||Speech by Secretary of State for India
||Correspondence on the proposed new constitution for India
||References to Field Marshal 1st Lord Wavell in LSA's diaries
||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
|See later -->||
The Papers of Leopold Amery
(former reference: Box 328)
||Mar 1942-Oct 1943
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Papers on proposals for India's new constitution, including: notes on a suggested visit to India by LSA; notes for LSA's memoirs; extracts from Hansard on the food situation in India; [?] notes taken by LSA in War Cabinet meetings on [Richard] Stafford Cripps's mission to the Indian National Congress and General 1st Lord Wavell [Commander-in-Chief, India] and his proposals to the India Committee; text of LSA speech on the Indian food situation and annotated letter to the Birmingham Post on the Bengal famine; telegrams between LSA and William Hughes on the Indian negotiations and the importance of Britain making a good impression on Herbert Evatt [Australian representative in the British War Cabinet], with covering letter from Clement Attlee, Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs.
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