Former British Prime Minister

Gareth wrote to two letters to his Lloyd George, for whom he was still technically employed until 31st March 1933.   The first letter was sent on departing Britain (outlining the intentions of his European trip) and the second, immediately on arrival in Berlin from the Soviet Union, when on the 27th March 1933, he informed him of the Famine and questions Lloyd George's admiration for Stalin, and enclosed an interview with Litvinov, who correctly predicted all the major flash points of the Second World War.

  1. Letter to Lloyd George 27th January, Off Dover, from the German Steam Ship Bremen

  2. Letter to Lloyd George from Berlin, 27th March 1933

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