RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoBell 68
Extent232 ff.
TitleDisarmament
Date1929 - 1956
DescriptionCorrespondence concerning disarmament and international arbitration, with particular reference to the following:

Council of Christian Ministers on Social Questions on the Church and Arbitration, 1929-30 (ff.1-14).

The International Peace Conference held in Geneva in 1932, 1932-3, including deputation to the Prime Minister in October 1932 (ff.42-137).

The New Commonwealth, a society for the promotion of international law and order, 1934, 1937 (ff.138-51).

National Peace Council: Bishop Bell declines presidency, 1938 (ff.152-5).

Lieux de Geneve or zones of security prepared by Association Internationale pour la Populations civiles en cas de conflict, 1940-8 (ff.156-177).

United Nations Association, 1947-56 (ff.178-87).

Movements towards a United Europe, 1947-8 (ff.188-232). Includes A united Europe: one way to stop a new war by Winston Churchill, 1946, and speeches by the J.M. Richardson, moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, Victor Gollancz, kt (1967), and Lady Violet Bonham Carter, at the United Europe Meeting, held at the Albert Hall, London, in May 1947, and chaired by Geoffrey Fisher, archbishop of Canterbury.
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