|Other titles||Preliminary guide to the microfilm edition of Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. China.|
|Statement||[edited by Paul L. Kesaris].|
|Contributions||Kesaris, Paul., Great Britain. Foreign Office.|
|LC Classifications||DA47.9.C6, Microfilm 97/13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||<338 > microfilm reels|
|Number of Pages||338|
|ISBN 10||1556555199, 1556555598, 1556556810|
|LC Control Number||96048364|
Other information. Filmed from the records in class FO and FO at the Public Record Office, Kew Gardens, London. Part 2 accompanied by a printed guide compiled by Dale Reynolds with title: A preliminary guide to the microfilm edition of Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Confidential Correspondence of the British Government Respecting the Insurrection in Poland: (Classic Reprint) [Office, Great Britain. Foreign] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Confidential Correspondence of the British Government Respecting the Insurrection in Poland: (Classic Reprint). Foreign Office correspondence ; Foreign Office correspondence ; Foreign Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office correspondence onwards; 6. Confidential print ss. Consulting confidential print is a good way to gain a summary overview of Foreign Office political correspondence before accessing the extensive. British documents on foreign affairs: reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print. From through Europe / editor, Denis Smyth, Part 4: Editors: Paul Preston, Michael Partridge, Denis Smyth: Publisher: University Publications of America, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN.
Each part accompanied by a printed guide; parts compiled by Jan W.S. Spoor; parts compiled by Robert Wilkerson; with title: A preliminary guide to the microfilm edition of Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Germany, series 1, Description: microfilm reels ; 35 mm: Contents: pt. 1. ( Confidential British Foreign Office Political Correspondence The General Correspondence files were and still are the main repository for the documents collected by the British Foreign Office. The files contain the vast majority of the documentation received and created by the Foreign Office, which was established in January of These are the. Material from the British Foreign Office (FO ) Great Britain. Foreign Office. General correspondence, political, Iran, Available through interlibrary loan from the Center for Research Libraries. F.O. (Public Record Office) reels. Great Britain. Foreign Office. General correspondence before Egypt, Author: Alain St. Pierre. These letters are not the official numbered dispatches that have been readily available to scholars for a number of years. Rather, they are letters that were exchanged on a personal level between British diplomats serving in Washington, D.C., and their foreign secretaries back in London, and that bore the bold marking "Private and Confidential" on the envelopes and on the letters by: 6.
Al-Nakba: Palestinian Exodus: Documents. This book is a compilation of all official documents issued by the United Nations in as well as the proceedings by the various organs of the United Nations during that year which were on the subject of Palestine. Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Palestine Author: Nabila Shehabeddine. Confidential British Foreign Office Political Correspondence: ISBN () Hardcover, University Publications of America, Documents of the National Security Council. Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Palestine, Confidential British Foreign Office political correspondence. Palestine and Transjordan, Diplomatic correspondence of British ministers to the Russian court at St. Petersburg, Documents on British policy overseas. Confidential British Foreign Office Political Correspondence: World War I contains the working papers of the British Foreign Office used in the development of British foreign policy. The information contained in these documents was often classified and was not made available for study outside of the British government until many years after the.