RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 54
Extent412 ff.
TitleWAR 1939-45
Date2 May 1941-30 Apr 1943
DescriptionPapers relating to assistance for refugees, particularly Jews in occupied Europe. Includes a report of a deputation to the Home Secretary on 28 October 1942 by Archbishop Temple, Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, and others (ff. 129-32); a draft of a joint telegram to presidents of American states from Archbishop Temple, Cardinal Hinsley, David Lloyd George and others (f. 141); a report of a deputation to the Foreign Office on 16 December 1942 by Archbishop Temple, David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster, and others (ff. 197-201); a joint statement by Archbishop Temple, Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York, and Charles Alfred Howell Green, Bishop of Bangor and Archbishop of Wales (ff. 225-6); newspaper cuttings; and a draft outline of a speech delivered by Archbishop Temple in the House of Lords on 23 March 1943 (ff. 345-9). Also includes correspondence and papers from: Margery Irene Corbett Ashby (ff. 1-2, 7-8, 135); Sir Walter McLennan Citrine, General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress (ff. 5-6); the Council of Austrians in Great Britain (ff. 10-11, 26, 74); the Free German League of Culture in Great Britain (ff. 12-14); Sir William Henry Bragg (ff. 16, 21); Margaret Haig Thomas, 2nd Viscountess Rhondda (f. 19); Herbert Stanley Morrison, Home Secretary (ff. 23, 354); Harold L. Ickes, United States Secretary of the Interior (f. 25); the Refugee Industries Committee (ff. 27-33); William Paton, Joint General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (ff. 37-8); George Francis Graham Brown, Bishop in Jerusalem (ff. 42-3); John Stoward Moyes, Bishop of Armidale (f. 50); Charles Venn Pilcher, Bishop Coadjutor of Sydney, Australia (ff. 57-8); James William Parkes (ff. 59-61); the Christian Council for Refugees from Germany and Central Europe (ff. 62-72, 393-4, 404-9); the Ecumenical Committee for Refugees (ff. 91-106); the Board of Deputies of British Jews (ff. 111, 113, 218, 331); Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Bishop of Gibraltar (f. 115), enclosing a joint letter from Gibraltarians whose families had been evacuated (ff. 116-18); the World Jewish Congress (ff. 120-4, 196); Charles William Gray Taylor, Moderator of the Church of Scotland General Assembly (f. 125); Sir Herbert William Emerson, High Commissioner for Refugees, League of Nations (ff. 126-8, 370); Eleanor Florence Rathbone, Hon. Secretary of the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees (passim); Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne and Secretary of State for the Colonies (f. 153); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 170-1); the Union for the Protection of the Human Person (ff. 173-80); Victor Alexander George Robert Lytton, 2nd Earl of Lytton (f. 184); Arthur Hinsley, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (ff. 202, 235); William Godfrey, Archbishop of Cius and Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain (f. 205); Richard Kidston Law, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Foreign Office (f. 206); George Kennedy Allen Bell, Bishop of Chichester (ff. 211-12, 243, 262, 273); Robert Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (ff. 215, 236, 356, 379); the Church Missions to Jews (ff. 223, 230); Charles Wilton Wood Greenidge, Secretary of the Anti-Slavery Society (ff. 227-9); the World's Evangelical Alliance (ff. 233-4); the World's Young Women's Christian Association (f. 237); the Conference of Missionary Societies in Great Britain and Ireland (f. 254); David Mathew, Bishop Auxiliary of Westminster (f. 263); Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford (f. 270); Erling Eidem, Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden (f. 302); the International Hebrew Christian Alliance (f. 313); the Council of Christians and Jews (passim), including a leaflet on 'The Fifth Freedom' (ff. 371-2); Gustave GĂ©rard Kullmann, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (ff. 332, 339); the National Committee for Rescue from Nazi Terror (ff. 360-1, 377, 384-5, 387-9, 401-2, 412); and Anthony de Rothschild (ff. 391-2).

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