The Wartime Diaries of Lionel Robbins and James Meade, 1943–45
Covering the period 1943-45, these diaries cover issues such as the Bretton Woods UN Monetary Conference in 1944 and loan negotiations and the ITO, as recorded by Meade and Robbins.
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Acheson administration Adviser afternoon agreed agreement Agriculture Ambassador Americans Anglo-American Appleby Article VII Assistant Bank Bank of England Board of Trade Bretton Woods British Policy Overseas buffer stocks Bullen and Pelly Canadian Cartels Chairman Clayton commercial policy Commission commodity policy commodity regulation Conference conversation countries currency delegation meeting Dennis Robertson Department Deputy dinner Director discussion drafting committee Eady Economist Embassy exchange export Food Foreign Office Fund going Harry White Hawkins Hot Springs Imperial Preference interest International Monetary Fund James Meade Keynes Keynes's later League of Nations Lend-Lease Liesching Lionel Robbins London Lord Lord Beaverbrook lunch matter Ministry Ministry of Production Mission monetary morning Nations negotiations November October Opie organisation Pasvolsky Plenary political position post-war President problem proposed question quota regard Robbins Robertson Secretary Section September 1943 speech Stinebower suggested talk tariffs telegram things Thompson-McCausland Treasury Undersecretary United Washington