RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoRamsey 238, ff. 184-269
TitleRhodesia
Date1971-1972
DescriptionPapers relating to Southern Rhodesia, including: report by Elliott Kendall of the British Council of Churches of a visit he made to Rhodesia with Canon Sydenham and Margaret Feeny (ff.184-186); trilingual Guide to the "Proposals for Settlement" adopted by the Rhodesian Christian Council (ff.187-190); correspondence between Paul Burrough, Bishop of Mashonaland and Archbishop Ramsey about the Settlement terms proposed by the British and Rhodesian governments (ff.191-193, 196); statement by the Friends Peace & International Relations Committee (f.194); press release by the International Commission of Jurists (ff.197-199); notes by Hugh Whitworth on Elliott Kendall's report (ff.200-203); copy of a letter from Sir Alec Douglas-Home to Dr. Kenneth Sansbury (ff.204-206); notification of a march and rally organised by the Rhodesia Emergency Campaign Committee (ff.207-209); contacts between Hugh Whitworth and the Overseas Developement Administration about the situation in Rhodesia (ff.210, 217-218); notes made by Archbishop Ramsey of his meeting with Sir Alec Douglas-Home on 31 January (ff.212-213); letter from Sir Alec Douglas-Home to Archbishop Ramsey (ff.215-216); letter from Archbishop Ramsey to the Bishops of Mashonaland and Matabeleland about assistance for African education, with their responses (ff.219-220, 225, 231); correspondence with Canon Sydenham about African education (ff.221-223); note of a meeting between Bishop Muzorewa and Archbishop Ramsey (f.224); copy of the statement submitted by the African National Council to the Pearce Commission and Pastoral Message of the Catholic Bishops (ff.227-229); copy of World Council of Churches resolution on Rhodesia (f.232); notes about the United College of Education at Bulawayo (ff.236-238); April Newsletter of the Rhodesia Christian Group (ff.240-241); coverage of the Pearce Report (ff.244-245); brief on 'Rhodesia after Pearce' prepared by Hugh Hanning (ff.246-247); statement by the British Council of Churches (f.249); discussion of the Southern Rhodesia Order in Council (ff.250-251, 259-260); letter from Desmond Fitzgerald oppposing the attitude of the WCC with regard to Rhodesia, and Archbishop Ramsey's reply (ff.256, 258); copy of a letter to 'The Times' signed by eighty members of the House of Lords protesting against the continuance of sanctions, with a circular letter to all bishops requesting their support for the Government (ff.261-265); letter from Judith Todd about a conference under the auspices of the All Africa Council of Churches to promote majority rule in Rhodesia, with Archbishop Ramsey's response (ff.266-267).

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CodeNameDates
DS/UK/3615British Council of Churches; 1942-19901942-1990
GB/109/12126Sydenham; Herbert Reginald (1904-1988); Canon1904-1988
DS/UK/4729Burrough; John Paul (1916-2003); Bishop of Mashonaland1916-2003
11Ramsey; (Arthur) Michael (1904-1988); Baron Ramsey of Canterbury; Archbishop of Canterbury1904-1988
GB/109/11107Whitworth; Hugh Hope Aston (1914-1996); Lay Assistant to the Archbishop of Canterbury1914-1996
GB/109/6635Douglas-Home; Alexander Frederick (1903-1995); Baron Home of the Hirsel; statesman1903-1995
DS/UK/4956Sansbury; Cyril Kenneth (1905-1993); Bishop of Singapore and Malaya1905-1993
GB/109/12127Wood; Stanley Mark (1919-2014); Bishop of Matabeleland1919-2014
GB/109/13937Muzorewa; Abel Tendekayi (1925-); Methodist Bishop and politician1925-
GB/109/10428Pearce; Edward Holroyd (1901-1990); Baron Pearce; judge1901-1990
NA2499World Council of Churches; 1948-1948-
GB/109/12963Hanning; Hugh Peter James (1925-); Vice-President, Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom1925-
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