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Lord Davies of Llandinam Papers,
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'Birmingham Group Despatch List',

A list of individuals in the Birmingham area in receipt of the notices of the New Commonwealth Society, together with a list of Birmingham invitees to a New Commonwealth conference to be convened on 24 January 1942.

'Evolution of Law and Sanctions',

A typescript, undated, by Lord Davies entitled, 'Evolution of Law and Sanctions in Individual States - Comparison between Municipal and International Law', containing philosophical relections on these themes.

'Military Position in France',

Comprises mainly holograph notes, 1916, in the hand of Major David Davies on the military situation in France. There is also a lengthy letter, 4 November 1916, from Henry Norman to David Davies commenting on military matters following the Somme of...

Norman, Henry.


Includes the Report of the Tonnage Priority Committee, 1917; correspondence relating to 'Chinese coolies'; letters from the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services Ltd.; and the minutes, 26 April 1917, of the War Cabinet on Merchant Shipbuilding.

'War Aims',

Cuttings from various national newspapers and journals, 1916-17, relating to the allied 'war aims' during the course of the First World War.

'War and Peace in the Atomic Age',

Folder containing Reports and Discussion on 'Problems of War and Peace in the Atomic Age', the Proceedings of a Joint Conference, January 1946, arranged by the Committee on Atomic Energy of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,...

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Committee on Atomic Energy.

'World Law in the New Era',

The text of a lecture, 'World Law in the New Era', a lecture to the Law Students and Law Club of the University of Bristol, and to Members of the Bristol Bar and Law Society, Monday, 9 December 1946, by Vivian Carter of the New Commonwea...

A substitute for war

Pamphlet entitled 'A substitute for war' published by the New Commonwealth. Series B, number 8B. The pamphlet contains the text of a speech given by Lord Davies as the John Leather Memorial Lecture at Repton School on March 22nd 1935.

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