Initials or short forms of names used in the Notebooks

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Initials or short forms of names used in the Notebooks

Ministers may be referred to either by their initials or by their Departments, and usage is not consistent.

A.E. - Anthony Eden

A.S. - Sir Archibald Sinclair or Sir A. Salter

A.V.A. - A.V.Alexander

B or B´brook - Lord Beaverbrook

BB - Brendan Bracken

C - Viscount Cranborne

Cad. - Sir A. Cadogan

C.E. - J. Chuter Ede

C. Kerr - Sir Archibald Clark Kerr, Ambassador in Moscow

de G - General Charles de Gaulle

D.S. - Duncan Sandys or Sir D. Somervell

E.E.B. - Sir Edward Bridges, Cabinet Secretary

E.W. - Ellen Wilkinson

F.D.R. - President Roosevelt

G.H. - G.H. Hall

H.D. - Hugh Dalton

H.G. - Hugh Gaitskell

H.J. - H. Johnstone

H.M. - Herbert Morrison

H.S. - H. Strauss

H. Sh. - Sir Hartley Shawcross

J.A. - Sir John Anderson

J.J.L. - J.J. Lawson

K.W. - Sir Kingsley Wood

L.S.A. - L.S. Amery

Nye - Aneurin Bevan

O.L. - Oliver Lyttelton

O.S. - Oliver Stanley

PJG - Sir P.J. Grigg

P.L. - Lord Pethwick-Lawrence

R.A.B. - R.A. Butler

R.I.C. - Sir R.I. Campbell

R.L. or R.K.L. - Richard Law

R.S.C. - Sir Stafford Cripps

R.S.H. - R.S. Hudson

S. - Viscount Swinton

T.W. - T. Williams

U.J. - Uncle Joe = Stalin

W.A.J. - Sir W. Jowitt

W.M. or W.S.M. - W.S. Morrison

W.W. - Sir W. Womersley