Advisory Committee on International Questions Memoranda 341 to 350

Scope and Content

  • Memo 341 - Memorandum on the reactionary attitude of the government in international affairs, Norman Angell, November 1925
  • Memo 341a - Memorandum on the reactionary attitude of the government in international affairs, November 1925
  • Memo 342 - Mosul - the British case, G. Young, November 1925
  • Memo 343 - Notes on the more recent development of the Mosul-Iraq controversy, E. N. Bennett, November 1925
  • Memo 343a - Mosul, November 1925
  • Memo 344 - Memorandum on the composition of the council of the League of Nations, Prof P. N. Baker, June 1926
  • Memo 344a - Memorandum on the composition of the council of the League of Nations, June 1926
  • Memo 345 - The present position with regard to disarmament, Prof P. N. Baker, July 1926
  • Memo 345a - The present position with regard to disarmament,, July 1926
  • Memo 346 - All Inclusive Arbitration, W. Arnold Forster, August 1926
  • Memo 346 - Arbitrate! Arbitrate! Arbitrate! - The case for all-inclusive pacific settlement of international disputes, March 1927
  • Memo 347 - Report on disarmament, Charles Roden Buxton, September 1926
  • Memo 347a - Report on disarmament,September 1926
  • Memo 348 - New China: Report of an investigation, Col. C. L'Estrange, September 1926
  • Memo 349 - Memorandum on the position in Egypt, C. Robertson, November 1926
  • Memo 349a - Memorandum on Nile Water, C. Roberston, November 1926
  • Memo 350 - China - Memorandum relating to questions raised at meeting of October 20th, 1926, Col. C. L'Estrange, November 1926
  • Memo 350a - The Situation in China, December 1926