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Cabinet Office subject index of War Cabinet minutes, 1916 Dec. - 1918 Mar

Great Britain. Cabinet Office

Cabinet Office subject index of War Cabinet minutes, 1916 Dec. - 1918 Mar

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Written in English

  • Great Britain. -- War Cabinet -- Archives -- Catalogs,
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Great Britain -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of material in the Public Record Office

    Series[Publications] - List & Index Society -- v. 40
    ContributionsGreat Britain. War Cabinet, Great Britain. Public Record Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination194 leaves ;
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15352419M

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Cabinet Office subject index of War Cabinet minutes, 1916 Dec. - 1918 Mar by Great Britain. Cabinet Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Cabinet Office subject index of War Cabinet minutes, Dec. - Mar. [Great Britain.

Cabinet Office.; Great Britain. War Cabinet.; Great Britain. Public Record Office.]. War Cabinet and Cabinet minutes (known as conclusions from August ) for December to September are in which also includes conclusions of Conferences of Ministers,and minutes of the Imperial War Cabinet, War Cabinet and Cabinet conclusions for September to July are in CAB 65 and for July Get this from a library.

Cabinet Office subject index of War Cabinet minutes, Apr Dec. [Great Britain. Cabinet Office.]. Cabinet conclusions since use two different forms of notation. Between and War Cabinet meetings were numbered sequentially from 1 to Therefore, WC (1) refers to the War Cabinet meeting, first agenda item or conclusion.

The internal reference for the period of the First World War Cabinet is WC. Sitting outside the series of conclusions there are also two sub-series. The Cabinet Office was established at am on 9 December This is the date modern British government can be said to have begun.

By the war effort was sapping Britain’s resources, if not its will, to win. The USA would not participate for over another year. had been the year of the great Battles of the Somme and Jutland. “The Cabinet Secretary is the key to the effective working of our Cabinet system.

Only eleven men have held this crucial post since They have now found their history in this fine study by Anthony Seldon, which is indispensable for all serious students of British government.” Vernon Bogdanor “This is a dangerous book.

(December - February ; print facsimile of English document translations) Official Communications and Speeches Relating to Peace Proposals Published in Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, From to the internal reference for Cabinet conclusions changed to WM. Despite the introduction of a smaller War Cabinet, the notation used to identify the meetings and conclusions remained the same.

WM 10 (43)1 refers to the 10th meeting in and the first agenda item or. Correspondence, minutes, and reports of the War Department Traffic Security Board, Daily activity reports, Records of the Office of the Executive for Personnel and Administration--Personnel Branch.

Textual Records: General correspondence, Subject correspondence, minutes, and reports,   World War I Divisions: An Overview [The following is extracted from CMH PubManeuver and Firepower: The Evolution of Divisions and Separate Brigades, pa47, and 73].

At the opening of Cabinet Office subject index of War Cabinet minutes twentieth century, following the hasty organization and deployment of the army corps during the War with Spain, the Army's leadership realized that it needed to create permanent.

Reports and minutes of meetings of the Joint and Combined Chiefs of Staff, Transcripts of public statements and addresses, RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF WAR (OUSW) lin.

History: Established as a temporary War Department office by act of Decem (54 Stat. Responsible for. "This series consists of the minutes and conclusions of the War Cabinet, December to Octoberand of the Cabinet, from November to September including the conclusions noted in the Secretary's File.

The British War Cabinet. During the First World War, lengthy cabinet discussions came to be seen as a source of vacillation in Britain's war December it was proposed that the Prime Minister H.

Asquith should delegate decision-making to a small, three-man committee chaired by the Secretary of State for War, David Lloyd h initially agreed (provided he retained the. The Cabinet Office The Birth of Modern Government Hardcover – Octo by Anthony Seldon (Author), Jonathan Meakin out of 5 stars 12 ratingsReviews: The War Cabinet discussed a telegram, dated the 6th December,received by His Majesty the King from the King of Greece, and approved, with slight alterations, and subject to the concurrence of Mr.

Balfour (who was unable to attend the meeting), a draft reply submitted by the Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.

Copies. War Department, contrib.: Message from the President of the United States, to the Two Houses of Congress, at the Commencement of the Second session of the Thirty-First Congress, December 2, (Fillmore's State of the Union message, with accompanying reports from various government departments; 2 volumes in 1; Washington: Printed for the.

The War Cabinet reached the following decisions:— (a.) The Foreign Office should communicate with the French and Russian Governments to the effect that, in the opinion of the British Government, the main and immediate question is to provide. Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner, KG, GCB, GCMG, PC (23 March – 13 May ) was a British statesman and colonial administrator who played a role in the formulation of foreign and domestic policy between the mids and early s.

From December to Novemberhe was one of the most important members of David Lloyd George's War Cabinet. " After his first meeting with Wilson in Decemberthe British Prime Minister Lloyd George reported to the Imperial War Cabinet that ‘the President had opened at once with the question of the league of nations, and had given the impression that this was the only thing that he really cared much about’.

Vol. 40, Cabinet Office Subject Index of War Cabinet Minutes Dec. - Dec. (for part of CAB 23) Vols. 61 and Subject Indexes of Cabinet Office Conclusions Nov. - Dec. (for CAB 23/18 through CAB 23/28). Each volume has a table of contents for the set and a "Chronological List of Cabinet Members" in the front matter.

The last volume has four appendixes: "Cabinet Officers by Administration," "Cabinet Members Who Died in Office," "Failed Nominations for the Cabinet, Present," and "Withdrawn Nominations for the Cabinet, "Author: Mark Grossman.

The Sykes–Picot Agreement (/ ˈ s aɪ k s ˈ p iː k oʊ,-p ɪ ˈ k oʊ,-p iː ˈ k oʊ /) was a secret treaty between the United Kingdom and France, with assent from the Russian Empire and the Kingdom of Italy, to define their mutually agreed spheres of influence and control in.

The term cabinet was first used for the heads of the State, Treasury, and War departments by James Madison in Gradually, as administrative duties increased and different problems arose, new executive departments were created by Congress; by the early 21st century the U.S.

cabinet consisted of 15 department heads, or secretaries. Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to a penalty for failing to comply with a collection of information if it does not display a currently valid OMB control number.

REPORT DATE 2. REPORT TYPE 3. DATES COVERED - 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Brief Histories of Divisions, U.S. The postmaster general, meanwhile, was a Cabinet position for over years prior to losing that status in when Congress re-designated the Post Office as “an independent establishment of.

Interdepartmental correspondence arranged by Cabinet department (Agriculture-War). Box 9 Agriculture Agriculture: Hoover, Herbert Commerce Interior Justice Labor Post Office Box 10 State Treasury, Treasury, War Sub-Series 3: General Correspondence.

The United States Cabinet (usually simplified as "the Cabinet") is composed of the most senior appointed officers of the executive branch of the federal government of the United States, and its existence dates back to the first American President (George Washington), who appointed a Cabinet of four people (Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson; Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton.

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Jun 5. The War Office suggested the transfer of the Brigade to the prisoner camp for the Russian soldiers in Danzig-Troy. Jul 3. Having stopped military training for the men, the Germans sent the Irish Brigade to a camp at Danzig Troyl on 3 July There was a bill from the German military for marks for "barrack damages" when.

APPENDIX A. SECRETARIES OF WAR AD INTERIM AND ACTING SECRETARIES OF THE ARMY Change is the rule rather than the exception in the political process, and the constant rotation of officials at the upper levels of government causes frequent gaps in executive progression.

Get this book in print. AbeBooks; U.S. Government Printing Office, - World War, - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book Page 5 - Europe" which gives a concise account of the vital part played by American forces in the World War and detailed information regarding the. The Cabinet Office is a department of the Government of the United Kingdom responsible for supporting the Prime Minister and Cabinet of the United Kingdom.

It is composed of various units that support Cabinet committees and which co-ordinate the delivery of government objectives via other departments.

It currently has just under 8, staff, some of whom work in Whitehall. The following is a list of United States Cabinets by the President of the United States under which they operated. Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Cabinet Government and War, Cabinet Government and War, By John Ehrman.

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The minutes of the th meeting of the War Cabinet in London revealed that Woodrow Wilson was directly involved in the final draft of the Declaration. So too was his minder, Colonel Edward Mandell House [4] and America’s only Jewish Chief Justice, Louis Brandeis, [5] both of whom telegrammed different views to the British government.

[6]. The newspapers give insight into what forces affected Dallas' future leaders, such as: WWI, the Depression, WWII and the Korean War.

The collection is a good source for the history of education in Dallas, biographical information concerning the students who attended, and social standards and events from to   British Official Documents on the Origins of the War; Multi-volume set ed.

by G. Gooch and Harold Temperley Vol. I, The End of British Isolation: - (Facsimile digitized by the State Library of Pennsylvania) Vol.

II, The Anglo-Japanese Alliance and the Franco-British Entente (Facsimile digitized by BYU for Internet Archive) Vol. III, The Testing of the Entente: (Facsimile.

British War Cabinet War Notebooks 2, pages of notes and translations from British cabinet meetings, dating from Ap to Decemcopied from material maintained at the British National Archives.

Periodicals & Microforms Reading Room. Today's Hours: Full Schedule» Contact. Butler Library West th St. New York, NY Phone: () E-mail: [email protected]   The Cabinet was established in Article II, Section 2 of the United States Constitution to provide a source of key advisors to the President.

Today, the Cabinet. The main subseries, World War II Operations Reports, consists mostly of unit histories, after action reports, operation reports, journals, general orders, and intelligence reports that document the combat operations of specific commands and units in active theaters.

The files also may include maps, overlays, photographs, diaries, and unit.Used as research material for the book by K. L. Nelson, Victors Divided: America and the Allies in Germany, (Berkeley, ). Subjects and Indexing Terms Germany--History--Allied occupation, Microfilm Reels Box 1 War Dept records (World War I Branch, War Records Division) in the National Archives.When the Great War erupted in Europe in Augustfew Americans believed that the United States should become involved.

There was a long tradition of avoiding “entangling alliances” with European powers, dating back to George Washington, and the United States itself was not threatened.