Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)ACLAdd/152
TitleLetter from Austen Chamberlain to Max [Beaverbrook]
Extent1 item
DescriptionLetter from 58 Rutland Gate, [ London], S.W. 7 on 29 November 1934 saying that he has been 'worked off my feet' but that he has spoken to Neville who is in full agreement with limited Free Trade in the empire but that his difficulties with the issue are purely practical ones. He says that '...probably no colony could afford to give up customs duties...', siting the sugar trade of Mauritius and Jamaica as an example. Accompanied by a typed transcript.
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