Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)NC7/11/28/38
TitleCorrespondence with Countess of Oxford and Asquith
Extent1 item
DescriptionLetter from Margot Oxford [Asquith, Emma Alice Margaret (1864-1945), wife of 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith], 44 Bedford Square, London to Neville Chamberlain. 29 March.

A letter regarding her having been fond of Joseph Chamberlain and saying although they differed on tariffs they 'agreed on every other matter'; says the Government should not give way to 'Press panic' and should 'call Germany's bluff in a civil way'; says she told the King that he was wrong to send a birthday message to Hitler; regarding the King; and regarding Lloyd George who she says 'is a born crook, and has not a friend in the world [e]xcept L[or]d Lothian, Sir Robert Horne, and the L[or]ds Beaverbrook and Rothermere'.
Access StatusOpen


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