Official: Prime Minister: Personal Correspondence relating to Randolph Churchill.

Reference code: CHAR 20/150

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Date: 1944

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CHAR 20/150/1 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that he has made enquiries regarding the best way to send a message to Randolph Churchill and notifying him that the Foreign Office have a bag going to Algiers on 15th February. Initialled. Annotated. 13 Feb 1944
CHAR 20/150/2 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Pamela Churchill [Later Pamela Harriman] thanking her for her letters for the Polish Arts and Crafts Centre, Teheran Signed. 08 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/150/3 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to John Somers Cocks (British Embassy, Teheran) [First Secretary, Foreign Office] asking him to thank, on WSC's behalf, the Polish Arts and Crafts Centre for sending a doll to WSC's grandson [Winston Churchill] and enclosing a letter from Pamela Churchill [Later Pamela Harriman] Signed. 08 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/150/4 Letter from Pamela Churchill [Later Pamela Harriman] (Churchill Club, Ashburnham House, Dean's Yard, S W 1, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing her letter to the Polish Arts and Crafts Centre at Teheran Signed. 08 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/150/5 Note marked "Mr Martin" Manuscript. 1944
CHAR 20/150/6 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Pamela Churchill [Later Pamela Harriman] sending her a doll as a gift for Winston Churchill from the Polish Arts and Crafts Centre and stating that he had told them that he would happily pass it on as he thought that it would be ungracious to delay until he had contacted her Initialled. 31 Jan 1944
CHAR 20/150/7 Same as CHAR 20/150/6 Initialled. 31 Jan 1944
CHAR 20/150/8 Letter from John Somers Cocks (British Legation, Teheran) [First Secretary, Foreign Office] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] sending him the gift of a doll for Winston Churchill from the Polish Arts and Crafts Centre on behalf of the Polish Community in Teheran Signed. 17 Jan 1944
CHAR 20/150/9 Letter from L Buck (23 Leigham Avenue S W 16, London) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing some post for Randolph Churchill and asking him to forward it to him Signed. Annotated. 29 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/150/10 Telegram from Randolph Churchill and Fitzroy Maclean [Liaison Officer with Marshal Tito] congratulating him on his majority [referring to the vote on the Education Bill]. 01 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/150/11 Same as CHAR 20/150/10. 01 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/150/12 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to the Military Assistant to General Sir Henry Wilson [Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean Theatre] marked "Secret and Private" informing him that he is sending him some letters for Randolph Churchill and asking him to distribute them Initialled. 04 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/150/13 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Lord Beaverbrook [earlier Sir Max Aitken, Lord Privy Seal] returning Randolph Churchill's recent letter and thanking him on WSC's behalf for allowing him to see it Initialled. 10 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/150/14 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill wishing him a happy birthday Initialled. Annotated: "Approved by Mrs Churchill". 25 May 1944
CHAR 20/150/15 Same as CHAR 20/150/14. [May] 1944
CHAR 20/150/16 Note from Kathleen Hill [Prime Minister's Secretary] to WSC reminding him that CSC has stated that if he is to send a birthday message to Randolph Churchill, it should be from both of them, Diana, Sarah and Mary and that she would like to see it before it is sent Initials in typescript. 24 May 1944
CHAR 20/150/17 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC thanking him for his letter and informing him that he has sent him a written account of his trip to Croatia and adding that he is pleased that his son, Winston Churchill is with him Annotated. 26 Apr 1944 - 27 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/150/18 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that according to Brendan Bracken [Minister of Information] the BBC wish Randolph Churchill to do some broadcasts for them and adding that no action will be taken until they have heard his views Initialled manuscript. 28 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/150/19 Note marked "Personal Correspondence, Churchill R. Plane crash in Croatia, June 1944" Annotated. 1944
CHAR 20/150/20 Letter from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to Sir Patrick Hannon [Conservative MP for Moseley, Birmingham] thanking him, on WSC's behalf for his letter regarding Randolph Churchill's accident and informing him that he is making good progress Initialled. 11 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/21 Telegram from WSC to Lady Diana Cooper [wife of Duff Cooper, later Lady Norwich] marked "Personal" thanking her for her letter regarding Randolph Churchill and asking her to give him his love if she is with him Initialled. 07 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/22 Printed letters and telegrams to WSC on Randolph Churchill's air crash in Yugoslavia. 18 Jul 1944 - 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/23-34 Same as CHAR 20/150/20. 18 Jul 1944 - 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/35 Note from George Harvie Watt [Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretay] replying to WSC's enquiry and stating that the cyphers are safe and that he thinks that WSC intends to take the 12 copies out to Randolph Churchill Initialled manuscript. 06 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/36 Note from George Harvie Watt [Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary] to WSC submitting a proof of the print of all the messages received regarding Randolph Churchill's accident Initialled. Annotated. 02 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/37 Telegram from WSC to John Curtin [Prime Minister of Australia] thanking him for his telegram regarding Randolph Churchill and stating that he was not seriously injured, but that more than half the occupants of the plane were killed Initialled. 02 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/38 Telegram from WSC to Colonel William Deakin (Office of the Resident Minister of Bari, [Italy]) [British Military Mission to Tito] thanking him for his letter Signature in typescript. Annotated. 01 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/39 Note from George Harvie Watt [Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that John Curtin's message was in ordinary government code and that it did not therefore need to be paraphrased and adding that the letters regarding Randolph Churchill's accident have been sent to the printers for publishing Initialled manuscript. 01 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/40 Note to the Private Office noting that John Curtin's [Prime Minister of Australia] message may be paraphrased and forwarded to Randolph Churchill. 01 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/41 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretay] to M Shertok [Weizmann's Private Secretary] thanking him for conveying Dr Chaim Weizmann's [Zionist leader] letter and commenting that Randolph Churchill was not seriously injured and adding that WSC was sorry to hear of Dr Weizmann's illness and that he hopes that he has made a full recovery Initialled. 31 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/42 Note from WSC to the Private Office asking them to have copies made of these letters and that he should see them and then send them out Initials in typescript. Annotated. 29 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/43 Telegram from Randolph Churchill (Algiers) to WSC marked "Personal" informing him that it will take three weeks before he is fully recovered, but that he is well cared for by Diana and Duff Cooper [later Lord Norwich, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster] Copy. 28 Jul 1944 - 29 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/44 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill marked "Personal" informing him that he has received a message from President Roosevelt stating that he is very happy that Randolph has not been seriously injured Annotated. 28 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/45 Telegram from WSC to President Roosevelt marked "Personal" [regarding Randolph Churchill's plan crash] informing him that ten did and only nine survived Copy. 28 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/46 Note from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that the various letters regarding Randolph Churchill [and his plane crash] are being kept a secret Initialled in typescript. Copy. 28 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/47 Note listing the names of his family who have received copies Annotated. 28 [Jul] 1944
CHAR 20/150/48-49 Letter from Randolph Churchill to WSC reporting the details of the air plane accident and the extent of his injury and containing a letter to Douglas Sowman's [Randolph's Batman] widow and informing him that he will probably spend a few days with Diana and Duff Cooper [later Lord Norwich, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster] before returning to Croatia [Yugoslavia] Signed. 21 [Jul] 1944
CHAR 20/150/50 Telegram from President Roosevelt to WSC marked "Personal and Secret" stating that he is happy that Randolph Churchill has come through unharmed Annotated. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/51 Note from Leo Amery [Secretary of State for India and Burma] to WSC stating that he is happy that Randolph Churchill has come through unharmed Manuscript. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/52 Telegram from WSC to King Petar of Yugoslavia (Claridges Hotel, Brook Street, W 1) thanking him for his message regarding Randolph Churchill and stating that he is available to see him at any time he wishes Signature in typescript. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/53 Same as CHAR 20/150/52 Initialled. Annotated. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/54 Telegram from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to Randolph Churchill informing him of Douglas Sowman's [Randolph Churchill's Batman] wife's address. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/55 Letter from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to V Lawford (Foreign Office) [Assistant Private Secretary] asking him to send CHAR 20/150/54 Initialled. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/56 Letter from R S C [Randolph Churchill] (British Red Cross, Middle East Commission) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that he believes that he can trace Mrs Sowman's address from a message which he sent to WSC asking him to send a telegram to Mrs Sowman informing her that Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] had arrived safely in Yugoslavia and asking him to send him the address so that he may write to her directly Initialled manuscript. 1944
CHAR 20/150/57 Note from WSC to the Private Office stating that all the letters regarding Randolph Churchill must be kept together in the Private Office Initials in typescript Copy. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/58 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill marked "Personal and Top Secret" thanking him for his letter and stating that this was a merciful escape and informing him that he has forwarded his letter to Joan Sowman [wife of Douglas Sowman, Randolph's Batman] and that CSC has also written to her and notifying him that he is proposing to supplement the widow's benefits which are now due to her and asking him for his approval and adding that he intends to visit the Mediterranean after Parliament has risen Initialled. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/59 Letter from M Shertock (The Jewish Agency for Palestine, 77 Great Russell Street, London, W C 1) [Private Secretary to Weizmann] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that he has seen Dr Chaim Weizmann [Zionist leader] who is recuperating near Bath and that he has asked him to convey to WSC his relief at Randolph Churchill's escape, without injury, from his recent air accident Signed. Annotated message to WSC informing him that a message of thanks has been sent on his behalf. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/60 Telegram from President Roosevelt to WSC marked "Personal and Secret" stating that he is very happy that Randolph Churchill has come through all this unharmed Copy. 27 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/61 Note from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC asking him to have a talk with the [? Ban] about this and informing him that they have neglected to thank him for his letter regarding Randolph Churchill Initialled manuscript. [Aug] 1944
CHAR 20/150/62 Letter from Ivan Subasic (London, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia) to WSC informing him how relieved he was at Randolph Churchill's escape from the plane crash and commenting on the wonderful work he has achieved in Yugoslavia Signed. 26 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/63 Telegram from John Curtin [Prime Minister of Australia] to WSC stating that he has just heard that Randolph Churchill was in a plane accident and that he hopes that he was not injured Signature in typescript. 26 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/64 Same as CHAR 20/ 150/63 Annotated. 26 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/65 Letter from King Petar of Yugoslavia (London) to WSC stating that he is relieved to hear that Randolph Churchill managed to escape from the plane crash and commenting on the important work which he has done to assist the liberation of Europe Signed. Annotated. 25 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/66 Telegram from Duff Cooper [later Lord Norwich, British Representative to the French Committee of Liberation] to WSC marked "Personal" informing him that Randolph Churchill arrived today, slightly lame, but in good health and high spirits Annotated. 25 Jul 1944 - 26 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/67 Telegram from CSC to Randolph Churchill marked "Personal" informing him that Pamela Churchill [later Pamela Harriman] went to visit Winston and that she has fallen ill with Scarlet Fever and that he hopes that he is making good progress Signature in typescript. Annotated. 25 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/68 Same as CHAR 20/150/67. 25 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/69 Letter from Sir Patrick Hannon (Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, W C 2, London) [Conservative MP for the Moseley Division of Birmingham] to WSC stating that he is relieved to hear that Randolph Churchill has managed to escape from the plane crash in Yugoslavia without any injuries Signed manuscript. 24 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/70-71 Letter from Mrs L Sowman (22 ? Orton Avenue , Woodstow, Peterborough) to WSC and CSC thanking them for their letter of sympathy at the death of her son Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] and thanking Randolph Churchill for all the kindness that he has shown to her son Signed manuscript. 22 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/72 Letter from Mrs Joan Sowman (33 Tower Street ,New Fletton, Peterborough) to CSC thanking her for her letter of sympathy at the death of her husband Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] and stating that she hopes that Randolph Churchill is safe and well and asking them to thank Randolph for all the kindness that he has shown to her husband Signed manuscript. 22 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/73 Letter from CSC to Mrs Joan Sowman (33 Tower Street ,New Fletton, Peterborough) of sympathy at the death of her husband Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] and stating that Randolph Churchill has asked them to send her his deepest sympathy Initialled. 20 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/74 Telegram from Harold Macmillan (Minister Resident in Algiers) to WSC marked "Personal" stating that he is sorry to hear of Randolph Churchill's accident but that he is relieved to hear that he is unharmed Annotated. 18 Jul 1944 - 19 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/75 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC informing him that he has been examined by the doctors and that he has been diagnosed as having water on both knees and adding that he will be in hospital for a week "with this unheroic complaint". 19 Jul 1944 - 20 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/76 Telegram from Captain William Deakin (Bari, [Italy]) [British Military Mission to Tito] to WSC stating that he is relieved that Randolph Churchill managed to escape from the plane crash and adding that he will send him a full report when the injured have returned Annotated. 18 Jul 1944 - 19 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/77 Telegram from Bari, [Italy] to WSC informing him that the plane [which was due to land in Croatia and carry out any victims of the plane crash, which need evacuation] could not land due to bad weather but stating that the weather has now improved and the plane will be leaving shortly with a doctor on board Annotated. 18 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/78 Telegram from Fitzroy Maclean (Bari [Italy]) [Liaison Officer with Marshal Tito] to WSC marked "Personal" informing him that he has seen Randolph Churchill in hospital and reporting that he is cheerful and comfortable and containing a message for him from Randolph stating that he is more bruised and shaken than he first thought but that he does not think that he has broken any bones and promising to notify him as soon as he has been examined. 18 Jul 1944 - 19 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/79 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill marked "Personal and Most Secret" stating that they all thank God that he is still alive and that he is sorry to hear of the death of Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] and that he will write to Mrs Sowman to inform her of the news Initialled. 17 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/80 Telegram from Fitzroy Maclean (Bari [Italy]) [Liaison Officer with Marshal Tito] to WSC informing him that the plane on which Randolph Churchill was travelling to Croatia has crashed but reporting that Randolph is unharmed and adding that another plane will travel to Croatia to collect any of the party requiring evacuation. 17 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/81 Note from George Harvie Watt [Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary] to WSC replying to his request to know the nationality of the pilot and stating that he is either Australian or South African Initialled. Annotated. 31 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/82 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] informing him of the details of the pilots of the plane [on which he was travelling and which crashed]. 30 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/83 Telegram from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to Randolph Churchill informing him that WSC wishes to know the nationality of the pilot of the plane on which he crashed. 26 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/84 Note from WSC to the Private Office stating that he wishes to know the nationality of the pilot of the plane which recently crashed in Croatia [Yugoslavia] Initialled. 24 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/85 Telegram from WSC to Mrs Jean Sowman (33 Tower Street, Fletton Peterborough) informing her that her husband, Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] has been killed in a plane crash in Yugoslavia and sending her his deepest sympathy Signature in typescript. 19 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/86 Telegram from Major Warden (Balkan Air Force) [Randolph Churchill] to Colonel Warden [WSC] asking him to inform Mrs Joan Sowman that her husband Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] was killed in a plane crash in Yugoslavia and to send her his deepest sympathy and inform the wives of Philip Jordan and Evelyn Waugh [War Correspondents] that they are safe Copy. Annotated. 17 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/87 Letter from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to A Drew (War Office) [Principal Secretary] informing him that he has discovered Mrs Joan Sowman's address and stating that he has sent her a telegram [informing her of her husband's, Douglas Sowman, Randolph Churchill's Batman, death] and suggesting that they should find out as much as possible regarding the plane crash in Yugoslavia as he is sure that she will want to know all the details and adding that WSC wishes Mrs Sowman to be granted the maximum financial assistance and commenting on the loyalty of her husband Initialled. 19 Jul 1944
CHAR 20/150/88 Letter from J McGregor (War Office) [Director of Army Contracts] to George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] informing him of the details of Mrs Joan Sowman's wife of Douglas Sowman [Randolph Churchill's Batman] widow's pension entitlement and informing him that they would not normally make representations in a case like this Signed. 14 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/89 Note from John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Grace Hamblin [CSC's Private Secretary] attaching the correspondence regarding Joan Sowman's correspondence for CSC to see Initialled. 15 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/90 Note from Grace Hamblin [CSC's Private Secretary] to John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that CSC was pleased to see the correspondence [regarding Joan Sowman's widow's pension entitlement] and stating that she believes that WSC would like to see it on his return and that Randolph Churchill would also like to be informed of her circumstances Initials in typescript. 16 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/91 Letter from John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Randolph Churchill informing him of the details of Joan Sowman's [wife of Douglas Sowman, Randolph's batman] widow's pension entitlement Initialled. 16 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/150/92 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill informing him that he is surprised and pleased to hear of the favourable opinion which his superiors have expressed regarding his services Initialled. 01 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/93 Telegram from the Private Office to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] marked "Private and Top Secret" informing him that Randolph Churchill has arrived safely in Croatia [Yugoslavia] and that Evelyn Waugh [War Correspondent] accompanied him. 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/94 Telegram from Bari [Italy] to WSC informing him that Randolph Churchill has arrived safely in Croatia [Yugoslavia] and that Evelyn Waugh [War Correspondent] accompanied him. 10 Sep 1944 - 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/95 Telegram from Elliot (Balkan Air Force) to Air Vice Marshal Sir John Slessor [Assistant Chief of the Air Staff] informing him that Randolph Churchill has arrived safely in Croatia [Yugoslavia] and that Evelyn Waugh [War Correspondent] accompanied him. 10 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/96 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill marked "Personal, Private and Top Secret" asking him how he is getting on and informing him that he has been unwell since his return and that he is suffering from his old complaint. 11 Sep 1944 - 12 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/97 Same as CHAR 20/150/96Annotated. 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/98 Same as CHAR 20/150/96Annotated. 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/99 Note from Kathleen Hill [Prime Minister's Secretary] to CSC informing her that WSC has asked that she should see the telegram from Randolph Churchill Initialled. 12 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/100 Telegram from Randolph Churchill (Bari [Italy]) to WSC thanking him for his messages and informing him that he and Evelyn Waugh have arrived safely in Croatia and sending him his best wishes for Octagon [Second Quebec Conference]. 12 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/101 Telegram from the Private Office to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] informing him that the telegram from Bari [Italy] stated that Randolph Churchill and Evelyn Waugh have arrived safely in Croatia. 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/102 Same as CHAR 20/150/96. 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/103 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Randolph Churchill informing him that he has written to Mrs Jones and that the letter has been returned stating that she is not at this address and that they do not have a forwarding address for her and commenting that they do not have any details there and asking him if he still wishes to pursue the matter and adding that John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] and John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] have gone to Quebec [Canada] with WSC Initialled. 21 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/104 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Mrs Jones informing her that Randolph Churchill has asked that she be informed that her husband [Randolph Churchill's servant] has arrived safely and asking her to keep this information to herself Signed. 13 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/105 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Mrs Evelyn Waugh informing her that Randolph Churchill has asked that she be informed that her husband has arrived safely and asking her to keep this information to herself Initialled. 13 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/106 Envelope marked to Mrs Jones (83 Garden Terrace, York) Annotated. Stamped "Not to be Found" and "Return to Sender". Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/107 Same as CHAR 20/150/104 Initialled. 13 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/108 Note to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating that the Chief of Imperial General Staff's office have supplied the address of Evelyn Waugh Manuscript. [Sep] 1944
CHAR 20/150/109 Note from P F K to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that the telegram has been repeated to Octagon [Second Quebec Conference] and that the Chief of Imperial General Staff's office are trying to find Evelyn Waugh's address Initialled manuscript. 12 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/110 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC thanking him for his messages and informing him that he has arrived safely in Croatia [Yugoslavia] and asking if Mrs Jones (the wife of his new servant) and Mrs Evelyn Waugh could be informed of their arrival and sending him his best wishes for Octagon [Second Quebec Conference]. 12 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/111 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC stating that he is relieved that he is at home safely and that he enjoyed his speech today. 30 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/150/112 Letter from John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to V Lawford [Assistant Private Secretary] asking him to arrange for a telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill to be sent stating that he has told Sheila [Wife of Lord Birkenhead, earlier Frederick Smith] and asking him for news of himself Initialled. 24 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/150/113 Draft telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill to be sent stating that he has told Sheila [Wife of Lord Birkenhead, earlier Frederick Smith] and asking him for news of himself Initialled manuscript. 23 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/150/114 Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Pearson to Desmond Morton [Prime Minister's Personal Assistant] marked "Top Secret" containing a message from Randolph Churchill to WSC asking him to inform Sheila that her husband Lord Birkenhead [earlier Frederick Smith] has arrived safely Signed. 23 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/150/115 Telegram from General Sir Henry Wilson [Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean Theatre] to WSC marked "Personal" informing him that Randolph Churchill is at present head of the British Mission in Yugoslavia and commenting on the situation there and adding that Randolph is fit and well and enjoying life Annotated. 07 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/150/116 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC stating that he enjoyed his speech and that he was pleased to hear that his voice was clear and vigorous Annotated. 11 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/150/117 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to Duncan Sandys [Minister of Works] congratulating him and wishing him good luck. 24 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/150/118 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to A Ewing (Ministry of Works) [Private Secretary] asking him to pass on CHAR 20/150/117 to Duncan Sandys [Minister of Works] Initialled. 25 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/150/119 Letter from Randolph Churchill (37 M Mission, C M F) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] thanking him for forwarding the proofs of Evelyn Waugh's book and returning them with added corrections and asking him to arrange for them to be sent to the publishers and sending his best wishes for Christmas to all those in the Private Office Signed. 28 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/150/120 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill regarding the recent letters which he has sent him and stating that he cannot understand why he has not yet received them and suggesting that he should ask Fitzroy Maclean [Liaison Officer with Marshal Tito] as all the letters which have been sent have been sent through him. 31 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/150/121 Telegram from John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Randolph Churchill informing him that he has received the proofs which he sent to him and that they have been forwarded to the publishers Initialled. 03 Jan 1945
CHAR 20/150/122 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Randolph Churchill informing him that he has not yet received the proofs for Evelyn Waugh's book and informing him that WSC returned from Moscow [Soviet Union] in high spirits and that he looks well and commenting that both Quebec [Canada] and Moscow were a success and stating that he hopes that he has recovered from the accident Initialled. 25 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/150/123 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Kathleen Hill [Prime Minister's Secretary] asking her to note the new address and if she has received the proofs for Evelyn Waugh's book Initialled manuscript. 23 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/150/124 Letter from Randolph Churchill (M Military Mission, C M F) to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] informing him that he has changed his address and informing him that a package will shortly arrive containing the proofs for Evelyn Waugh's book and asking them to send them to him when they arrive by the fastest means possible, so that they can be corrected and returned to the publishers before publication Signed. 30 Sep 1944