Speeches: speech notes and source material.

Reference code: CHAR 9/106

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Date: 24 Jun 1933 - 17 Nov 1933

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Notes for WSC's speech (12 July, Clarke Hall Fellowship address) on Sir William Hall and penal reform.

Rough notes for WSC's speech (7 July, Epping [Essex]) on the India White Paper. Source material includes notes for WSC's speech (24 June, Gloucester) on subjects including the National Government and the economy. Part published: Complete Speeches V pp 5279-80.

Notes for WSC's speech (12 August, Theydon Bois [Essex]) entitled "Europe's hour of danger" on subjects including the National Government, German rearmament, unemployment, and India. Published: Complete Speeches V pp 5292-4.

Brief notes for WSC's speech (19 September, Thirty Club) on general affairs.

Notes for WSC's speech (?14 November, Devonshire) on the Geneva [Switzerland] Disarmament Conference, the League of Nations, and the India White Paper. Part published: Complete Speeches V pp 5301-2.

Notes and cutting from the Woodford [Essex] Times on WSC's speeches (13 November, Chingford [Essex], Constituency meeting) on dangers facing the Conservatives, disarmament, foreign policy and the possibility of Lord Irwin [earlier Edward Wood, later Lord Halifax, President of the Board of Education] becoming Foreign Secretary, and (15 November, Chigwell [Essex]) criticising the National Government. Part published: Complete Speeches V pp 5300-1; pp 5302-3.

Notes for WSC's speech (16 November, Wanstead [Essex]) criticising the National Government and its effect on the Conservative Party.

Notes for WSC's speech (17 November, Harlow and Loughton [Essex]) on the Geneva Disarmament Conference. Part published: Complete Speeches V p 5303.

Also includes: draft press statement on WSC's speech (28 June, Conservative Party Central Council Meeting) giving details of his quotes from Stanley Baldwin [Leader of the Conservative Party]; cuttings from the Times on Baldwin, Ramsay MacDonald [Prime Minister], and 4th Lord Salisbury [earlier Lord Cranborne] and disarmament and India.

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