Supply of League of Nations Documents to the British Government - Offices of the Cabinet - Quotes letter from Mr. Spicer of the Foreign Office, asking for all communications from the League of Nations Secretariat, forwarded to the Foreign Office by the offices of the Cabinet, to be addressed to the Under-Secretary of State and States that this procedure will be adopted in future.
R548/11/4295/506 · File · 1920.03.11 (ca.)Part of League of Nations Secretariat
Communications for the British Prime Minister - British Cabinet requests that all documents for the British Prime Minister be sent through the Cabinet Office.
R548/11/4832/506 · File · 1920.06.11 (ca.)Part of League of Nations Secretariat
Communication with the British Government - British Cabinet (Colonel Storr) asks for: 1) Two copies of papers intended for the Prime Minister - 2) An extra copy, if possible, of all documents for the Foreign Office, as Lord Curzon wishes to have a personal copy.
R548/11/4965/506 · File · 1920.06.18 (ca.)Part of League of Nations Secretariat
Organisation in London to deal with the League of Nations Questions - Secretary-General - Plan for its formation to give effect to the Resolution passed by the League of Nations Organisation Committee - Suggestion that the organisation to be set up by the British Government be placed under Sir M. Hankey with Captain Abraham or Mr. PJ Baker in charge.
R548/11/506/506 · File · 1919.07.28 (ca.)Part of League of Nations Secretariat
R548/11/506/Casuals · File · 1920 (ca.)Part of League of Nations Secretariat
Relations between the English Ministry of Labor and the International Labor Office - Offices of the Cabinet, London - Indicates that the Ministry of Labor can hardly obtain information from the International Labor Office and requests that a copy of the documents relating to the organization, finance, etc. from the International Labor Office be sent to the "Offices of the War Cabinet".
R548/11/6241/506 · File · 1920.08.21 (ca.)Part of League of Nations Secretariat
Anglo-American Rapprochement - Captain C.P. Beeman - Transmits copies of Letters to Sir John Headlam and Lord Reading advocating the holding of reunion dinners of officers composing the various British Missions to the United States, with a view to cementing Anglo-American friendship.
R563/11/2379/2379 · File · 1919.12.05Part of League of Nations Secretariat
British-Russian Negotiations - Foreign Office, London (Report No. 23) - Reports statement by Mr. O'Grady that Mr. Litvinov wishes to negotiate on international questions, and to bring about normal economic conditions between Russia and Western Europe, with the raising of the blockade - Mr. Litvinov has not yet mentioned the League of Nations but may possibly do so.
R564/11/2782/2782 · File · 1920.01.16Part of League of Nations Secretariat