RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 57, ff. 51-114
TitleWAR 1939-45
Date11 June 1942-4 Jan [1944]
DescriptionPapers relating to criticism of the rules governing conscription, including correspondence from: Richard Austen Butler, Minister of Education (ff. 54-5); Leslie Stannard Hunter, Bishop of Sheffield (ff. 60-2, 67-8, 74); Geoffrey Francis Fisher, Bishop of London (ff. 68, 110); Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service (ff. 69-70, 77); Charles Edward Curzon, Bishop of Exeter (f. 79); [?Malcolm Stewart McCorquodale, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour and National Service] (f. 91); Claude Martin Blagden, Bishop of Peterborough (ff. 92, 94); and Violet Bonham-Carter, Baroness Asquith (ff. 101, 112-14).

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388Hunter; Leslie Stannard (1890-1983); Bishop of Sheffield1890-1983
DS/UK/6117Butler; Richard Austen (1902-1982); Baron Butler of Saffron Walden; politician1902-1982
12Fisher; Geoffrey Francis (1887-1972); Archbishop of Canterbury1887-1972
DS/UK/3834Bevin; Ernest (1884-1951); statesman and trade union leader1884-1951
132Curzon; Charles Edward (1878-1954); Bishop of Exeter1878-1954
GB/109/13812McCorquodale; Malcolm Stewart (1901-1971); 1st Baron McCorquodale; Chairman of Harrow School1901-1971
DS/UK/3589Blagden; Claude Martin (1874-1952); bishop of Peterborough1874-1952
DS/UK/6235Bonham-Carter; (Helen) Violet (1887-1969); Baroness Asquith of Yarnbury; politician1887-1969
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