A Guide to the Papers of British Cabinet Ministers 1900-1964
Cambridge University Press, 1996 - 417 Seiten
A Guide to the Papers of British Cabinet Ministers 1900-1964 is the revised and expanded edition of a volume first published by The Royal Historical Society in 1974. Its aim is to provide up-to-date information on the papers of 323 ministers in the first edition and include all Cabinet ministers (or those who held positions included in a Cabinet) until the resignation of Sir Alec Douglas-Home as Prime Minister in 1964. Thus the scope of this edition has increased from the 323 ministers in the first Guide to 384, and therefore incorporates those who held relevant positions in the Churchill, Eden, Macmillan and Home governments. Information is provided on 60 'new' ministers and the previously omitted Lord Stanley. This Guide therefore is a major research tool and a source of information on personal papers, often in private hands, of people who played major roles in twentieth-century political life.
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Ministers who were not in Cabinet 19001964
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A. J. Balfour Admiralty Archivist Asquith Attlee Austen Chamberlain available for research Balfour Beaverbrook biography BLPES Board of Trade Bodleian Library British Library Chamberlain Chancellor Churchill Archives Centre collection includes Colonial Committee Conservative MP Conservative Party copies correspondence and papers correspondents include created Baron Defence deposited diaries draft Duchy of Lancaster Earl edition Edward election Financial Secretary Foreign Affairs GCMG Government HLRO including correspondence including letters India Office Collections Ireland John June Labour MP Labour Party Lady Liberal MP Lloyd George Lord Privy Seal MacDonald Macmillan manuscript Marquess material memoirs memoranda Ministry miscellaneous National Neville Chamberlain notes Oxford papers concerning papers include papers relating Parliamentary Secretary Parliamentary Under-Secretary Paymaster-General peerage period personal papers political papers press cuttings Prime Minister Private Office papers quoted Ramsay MacDonald Scottish Office Sept small collection speeches succeeded his father volumes of correspondence volumes of press widow William