Official: Cabinet: Foreign Office prints.

Reference code: CHAR 22/146

Part of: CHAR 22
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Date: 01 Jan 1926 - 10 Dec 1926

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Includes papers by various individuals on various subjects, including: William Peters [Commercial Secretary to the British Mission, Moscow, Soviet Union] on the Communist Party Congress and State control over the Soviet press; Sir Ronald Macleay [British Minister to China] on the conference on Chinese customs tariffs; notes of a meeting between Godfrey Locker- Lampson [Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs] and representatives of the London Chamber of Commerce, on Anglo-Soviet trade; a Foreign Office memorandum on British policy in China; memoranda on Canton [later Guangzhou, China], with contributors including: Frank Ashton-Gwatkin [1st Secretary, Foreign Office], Colonel Godfrey Steward, Military Attache, Peking [later Beijing, China], Michael Palairet, Foreign Office, Sir James Jamieson, Consul-General, Canton, Sir Edward Stubbs [former Governor, Hong Kong] and Sir Cecil Clementi [Governor, Hong Kong]; Sir Austen Chamberlain, Foreign Secretary, on subjects including Soviet foreign policy, relations between Poland, Germany and the Soviet Union; Robert Hodgson, Charge d'Affaires, Moscow, on labour and social conditions in the Soviet Union, British policy towards the Soviet Union, the Soviet attitude to the General Strike, changes in the Communist Party, and Soviet trade; Eugen Millington-Drake [Charge d'Affaires, Brussels, Belgium]; Eric Teichman [Chinese Secretary, Peking, later Beijing, China] on the effects of the civil war on the tariff conference; John Gregory [Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office], on French negotiations with the Soviet Union; 1st Lord Crewe [British Ambassador to France] on the French reaction to Soviet -German relations; Miles Lampson [later 1st Lord Killearn]; Sir Ronald Lindsay [former British representative, Constantinople, later Istanbul] on Mustapha Kemal Ataturk; a memorandum on the history of Soviet expansion into Asia (with index).

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