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HAMILTON, Gen Sir Ian Standish Monteith (1853-1947)

Papers relating to the Anglo-German Association and Anglo-German relations, 1928-1947

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1928 Aug 1-1931 Dec 23

Correspondence relating to the Anglo-German Association, including minutes of meetings; correspondence with Evan Bernard Morgan, Association Secretary, regarding Association membership and engagements; list of members and annual report, 1929-30. With edition of Das Reichsbanner, containing article by Hamilton on the development of the British ex-service movement, 29 March 1930. 1 file


HAMILTON: 14/2/2

1929

Papers relating to the Anglo-German Association, comprising list of officers of the British committee; list of British members; list of officers of the German committee; names and addresses of German members; rules of the Association; brief biographies of British members, including, John Buchan; Rt Hon Edgar Vincent, 1st Viscount D'Abernon; Rt Hon Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher; Hamilton; Edward William Spencer Cavendish MP, Marquess of Hartington; Rt Hon Sir Charles Edward Henry Hobhouse, 4th Bt; Maj Gen Sir Robert Hutchison; AF John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe; Rt Hon Rufus Daniel Isaacs, 1st Marquess of Reading; Col the Hon William Francis Forbes-Semphill, Master of Semphill; Rt Hon Sir Philip Snowden MP. 1 file


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1931 Feb 24-1935 Jun 17

Correspondence with German acquaintances and citizens, and correspondence regarding relations between Great Britain and Germany and anti-Semitism in Germany, including letters of good wishes from German Gen Werner von Blomberg, German Minister of War, 31 Dec 1934; Dr Leopold Gustav Alexander von Hoesch, German Ambassador to the Court of St James's, 3 Jan 1935; Baroness Annmarie von der Goltz. With One year of Hitlerism and The military science of Professor Banse, invasion of Great Britain and France (Friends of Europe publications, London, 1934). 1 file


HAMILTON: 14/2/4

1931 Apr 13-1935 May 31

Correspondence relating to the Anglo-German Association, including correspondence with Evan Bernard Morgan, Association Secretary, regarding Association membership and engagements; dissolution of the Association, following anti-Semitic activities of the German National Socialist Workers (Nazi) Party. With list of members, 1934. 1 file


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1933 Oct 21-1934 Feb 16

Papers relating to the visit of Hamilton to Berlin, Germany, to receive from German President FM Paul Ludwig Hans von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg, the drums of 2 Bn Gordon Highlanders which were left in Belgium and brought to Germany during World War One, including letter from Col John H Phipps informing Hamilton he had seen the drums in the Armoury Museum, Berlin, 21 Oct 1933; correspondence between Hamilton and Lt Col Stanley Robert McClintock, Commanding Officer 2 Bn Gordon Highlanders, regarding a suitable site in Scotland for the drums to be displayed; correspondence between Hamilton and Col (Augustus Francis) Andrew (Nicol) Thorne, British Military Attaché, Berlin, regarding the successful public reaction to the visit; typescript account by Hamilton of his meeting with German Gen Werner von Blomberg, Minister of War, on 31 Jan 1934; typescript itinerary of the visit, 29 Jan-3 Feb 1934. 1 file


HAMILTON: 14/2/6

1933 Nov 15-1934 Jun 11

Correspondence relating to to the visit of Hamilton to Berlin, Germany, to receive from German President FM Paul Ludwig Hans von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg, the drums of 2 Bn Gordon Highlanders which were left in Belgium and brought to Germany during World War One, including correspondence with the British and German Governments regarding arrangements for the visit; with officers of the Gordon Highlanders regarding future exhibition of the drums. 1 file


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1934 Nov 15-1939 Mar 9

Correspondence between Hamilton and Rudolf Hess, Minister of the German Reich and Deputy Leader of the German National Socialist Workers (Nazi) Party, comprising letters of greeting and thanks for Hamilton's encouragement of closer relations between British and German ex-servicemen. With pamphlets Germany and peace, a soldier's message, English translation speech by Hess to members of the SA and Nazi Party at Königsberg, Germany, 8 Jul 1934 (M Muller, Berlin, undated); Address by Reichminister Hess to the VIIth International Road Congress, in German, English and French (no publication details provided). 1 file, 6 letters


HAMILTON: 14/2/8

1935 Jul 16-1936 Mar 25

Correspondence with German acquaintances and citizens, and correspondence regarding relations between Great Britain and Germany and anti-Semitism in Germany, including correspondence relating to Hamilton's dinner for German officers, 21 Jan 1936; reaction to Hamilton's letters to The Times, 13 and 19 Feb 1936, advocating that British delegates attend anniversary celebrations at Heidelburg University despite protests at its dismissal of staff for political, religious and racial reasons; letters of good wishes from Dr Leopold Gustav Alexander von Hoesch, German Ambassador to the Court of St James's; Baroness Annmarie von der Goltz; Lt Col Graham Seton Hutchison, leader of the National Workers' Party of Great Britain. 1 file


HAMILTON: 14/2/9

1936 Apr 2-1937 Feb 10

Correspondence with German acquaintances and citizens, and correspondence regarding relations between Great Britain and Germany and anti-Semitism in Germany, including letters of good wishes from German FM Werner von Blomberg, German Minister of War, and Dr Leopold Gustav Alexander von Hoesch, German Ambassador to the Court of St James's; correspondence relating to Hamilton's dinner for German ex-service delegates, Oct 1936; reaction to Hamilton's letters to The Times, 13 and 19 Feb 1936, advocating that British delegates attend anniversary celebrations at Heidelburg University despite protests at its dismissal of staff for political, religious and racial reasons. 1 file


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1937 Mar 14-1938 Oct 24

Correspondence with German acquaintances and citizens, and correspondence regarding relations between Great Britain and Germany and anti-Semitism in Germany, including correspondence with Rt Hon Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry; Sir Nevile Meyrick Henderson, British Ambassador to Germany; correspondence relating to Hamilton's visit to Germany with British ex-servicemen and his meeting with Adolf Hitler at Berchtesgaden, Germany, Aug 1938; Hamilton's reception for German ex-servicemen at 1 Hyde Park Gardens, London, 24 Sep 1938. 1 file


HAMILTON: 14/2/11

1938 Sep 29

Letter in German and photographs from Willy Heberger, of Nuremburg, Germany, thanking Hamilton for his reception for a party of German ex-servicemen held at 1 Hyde Park Gardens, London; relating his wartime experiences with the 21st Bavarian Field Artillery Rgt; praising Adolf Hitler's work for German social and economic integration, ascribing Hitler's intentions to other nations as peaceful, and inviting Hamilton to attend a Nazi Party rally at Nuremburg. With photographs of Heberger and other German ex-servicemen, Hitler, the arena complex of the Nuremburg Rallies and postcard views of old Nuremburg. 1p, 28 photographs


HAMILTON: 14/2/12

1938 Oct 3-1939 Aug 28

Correspondence with German acquaintances and citizens, and correspondence regarding relations between Great Britain and Germany and anti-Semitism in Germany, including correspondence with German ex-service organisations regarding the joint Anglo-German remembrance ceremony at Potter's Bar, London, 4 Mar 1939. With German newspapers Deutsche Zeitung in Gross Britannien and B.Z. am Mittag, 11 Mar 1939, containing articles on the ceremony and goodwill messages from Hamilton. 1 file


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1940 Jul 15-1947 Jun 17

Correspondence with German acquaintances and citizens, and correspondence regarding relations between Great Britain and Germany, including correspondence with Baron Axel von Maltzahn, formerly officer of the leadership of the Kyffhauserbund (German ex-servicemen's organisation); with C E Carroll, former editor of The Anglo-German Review, interned in Brixton Prison, London. 1 file

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