RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoBell 95
Extent149 ff.
Date1931 - 1946
DescriptionCorrespondence on the independence movement in India, and Gandhi's visit to England for the Round Table Conference in 1931 (ff.1-114). Included is an account, with photographs, of a weekend visit to Bishop Bell at Chichester in October 1931. Correspondents include Gandhi, Sir Samuel John Gurney Hoare, 2nd bart., and William Paton, secretary to the International Missionary Council, and Claud Schuster, Baron Schuster (1944).

India Relief Committee appeal for funds to help relieve the Indian famine, and Good-will mission to India, 1942-6 (ff.115-37).

British government policy toward Burma, including statements of policy and official speeches in 1945, 1946 (printed) (ff.138-49).
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