Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)US27/201
TitleSir Barry Jackson Blackhill, Malvern, to Josephine Nicoll
Extent1 item
Date31 October [1940]
DescriptionThe triviality and irrelevance of the U.S. presidential election. He has been into Birmingham every day to give support to the repertory company. The stupidity of the German airmen, who have bombed residential areas but left strategic points unscathed; attacks on their houses leave the British more determined than ever to fight. He is to speak on behalf of the Red Cross tomorrow. Would like to give a reading of religious literature at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Would like theatres to open on Sundays; George Bernard Shaw would not. The Americans must find it galling to learn that there are better gangsters than they in Europe
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