493R. Harrod to Winston Churchill, 9 November 1935 [a] , [1]

Replies to 492 R. Harrod does not advocate handing over the Colonies, but is rather thinking of the Italo-Abyssinian dispute as a unique opportunity for uniting Britain under a common purpose. Harrod is glad that Churchill did not interpret, as many foreigners did, the Oxford motion as a sign of weakness.

  1. 1. The letter is printed in full in M. Gilbert, Winston S. Churchill, volume V, part 2: The Wilderness Years (1981), p. 1319.
    1. a. From Christ Church, Oxford # , one page ALS, in Char 2/238/31.

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