RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 8, ff. 101-83
TitlePost-war education in BURMA
Date12 Oct 1943-4 Oct 1944
DescriptionPapers relating to the withdrawal of funding for Christian education in a future self-governing Burma, including correspondence from: C.H. Campagnac (ff. 101, 175), including a copy of a memorandum from Anglo-Burman refugees to Leopold Charles Maurice Stennett Amery, Secretary of State for India and Burma (ff. 102-13), copies of resolutions passed at a general meeting of Anglo-Burmans in Bangalore in July and August 1944 (ff. 176-9), and his report on the Anglo-Burman conference held at Simla in January 1944 (ff. 180-1); Roundell Cecil Palmer, 3rd Earl of Selborne and Minister of Economic Warfare (f. 114); John Dauglish, Assistant Bishop of St. Albans and Secretary of the S.P.G. (passim); Archbishop Temple (passim); Walter Frederick France, Overseas Secretary of the S.P.G. (ff. 119-20, 165, 172, 182); Sir Reginald Hugh Dorman-Smith, Governor of Burma (ff. 127, 130, 139, 148-50), including his proposals on the reconstruction of the education system in Burma (ff. 131-6); and George Algernon West, Bishop of Rangoon (ff. 156-62, 168-71, 174).

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GB/109/13794West; George Algernon (1893-1980); Bishop of Rangoon1893-1980
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