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Registered files [microform] : [CAB 21/18, 93, 101, 102, 124, 128, 185, 294, 418, 547, 550], 1919-1939
Bib ID 1055975
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Great Britain. Cabinet Office
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. 
Description London : Public Record Office, [19--] 
21 microfiches : negative. 
Summary

This class comprises a selection of registered files on various matters dealt with by the War Cabinet and the Cabinet. CAB 21/18: system of reporting War Cabinet minutes, 1917. CAB 21/93: Official Press Bureau experiences for the preparation of a future War Book, 1917. CAB 21/101: Organisation of the War Cabinet, 1918. CAB 21/102: Functions of the War Cabinet, 1918. CAB 21/124: War Cabinet Secretariat arrangements during the Peace Conference, 1919. CAB 21/128: Sir Maurice Hankey's speech to the Secretariat of the War Cabinet, 1919. CAB 21/185: issue of Cabinet conclusions and papers to the Government Whips, 1921. CAB 21/294: Cabinet procedure, 1926. CAB 21/418: Russia : Industrial conditions in : conversations between Mr Weir and Sir Maurice Hankey, 1936. CAB 21/547: War with Germany : Cabinet Office diary of events, 1938 Dec. -1939 Aug. CAB 21/550: Czechoslovakia : diary of events, 1938 Mar.-Oct.

Notes

Microfiche copy of original held by the Public Record Office, London.

Subjects Great Britain. - Cabinet Office - Archives.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government.
Time Coverage 1919-1939 
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Public Record Office
Terms of Use Not to reproduced without the permission of the Public Record Office. 
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