This History Note looks at the personalities - as well as the publications - of the FCO’s oldest department: the Library, once described as “the pivot on which the whole machinery of the Foreign Office turned”.
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 05/31/1995
Digital publication details: 30 pages.
A guide outlining the history of both record creation and record keeping in the Foreign Office from 1782 to 1993.
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 10/31/1993
Digital publication details: 23 pages.
A guide looking back at one of the Foreign Office’s oldest departments and tracking the many changes it has seen in over two hundred years of activity.
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 02/28/1993
Digital publication details: 21 pages.
A letter from the Foreign Commonwealth Office in answer to s series of questions that the TG Foundation put forward to the FCO sent on Thu 18/04/2013 17:58 regarding Rwanda and President Kagame's role in the violence in Congo (namely the backing of M23) and British Foreign Policy towards Rwanda (letter received Thu 02/05/2013 16:59).
Uploaded by tatianagiraud on 05/01/2013
Digital publication details: 3 pages.
FCO Week 13 Catalogue
Uploaded by onlinecatalogue on 09/15/2012
Digital publication details: 12 pages.
Fallbrook Chamber Orchestra presents a chamber music program of Bach and other Baroque composers.
Uploaded by ziggyyao-yapting on 02/05/2012
Digital publication details: 1 pages.
An outline history of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office – from the first mention of a King’s Secretary for foreign affairs in 1253 to the present day development of its policies, people and buildings.
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 08/31/1999
Digital publication details: 47 pages.
Sir David Hannay examines the history of multilateral diplomacy in the late twentieth century in the 1996 FCO Annual History Lecture, delivered on the fiftieth anniversary of the first meetings, in London, of the General Assembly and Security Council of the United Nations. .
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 04/30/1996
Digital publication details: 18 pages.
Papers originally presented at the Seminar ‘Valid Evidence’ held in the FCO Library, Cornwall House on 6 November 1987 examining the production of the series Documents on British Policy Overseas..
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 10/31/1987
Digital publication details: 60 pages.
Lord Thomson of Monifieth considers the meaning and extent of the United Kingdom’s commitment to the EU in the 1999 FCO’s Annual History Lecture.
Uploaded by fcohistorians on 10/31/1999
Digital publication details: 15 pages.