Advisory Committee on International Questions Memoranda 351 to 360

Scope and Content

  • Memo 351 - Questionnaire issued by the disarmament committee of the Labour and Socialist International: draft reply proposed by Philip Noel-Baker, November 1926
  • Memo 351a - Questionnaire issued by the disarmament committee of the Labour and Socialist International: proposed draft reply, December 1926
  • Memo 352 - The Problems of Italian Foreign policy to-day, Gaetano Salvemini, November 1926
  • Memo 353 - Memorandum on Italian policy in relation to Albania and Abyssinia, Philip Noel-Baker, December 1926
  • Memo 354 - Nile Water, Sir James Currie, December 1926
  • Memo 355 - Proposed recommendation to the executive regarding a convention for pacific settlement, W. Arnold Forster and Leonard Woolf, January 1927
  • Memo 355a - Proposed recommendation to the executive regarding a convention for pacific settlement, W. Arnold Forster and Leonard Woolf, January 1927
  • Memo 355a - Commentary on the draft convention for pacific settlement, January 1927
  • Memo 355b - Proposed recommendation to the executive regarding a convention for pacific settlement, February 1927
  • Memo 356 - The Howard League for Penal reform - Suggested schedule of minimum conditions observed in all civilised countries in the treatment of persons under arrest or in captivity on whatever charge, February, 1927
  • Memo 357 - Memorandum on the landing of British troops considered from the point of view of international law, Philip Noel-Baker
  • Memo 358 - Sanctions in the covenant and the protocol, Charles Roden Buxton, March 1927
  • Memo 359 - Draft memorandum on Labour policy in regard to the despatch to China of " Shanghai Defence Force", H. M. Swanwick, March 1927
  • Memo 360 - Draft treaty of disarmament, Philip Noel-Baker, March 1927