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The Political Archive at the Foreign Office, Bonn, has a collection of files. (Source, Mommsen op. ) COLD, Christian (1863-1924) Danish naval officer and politician. Foreign Minister 1922-24. A collection of his papers is held at the Rigsarkiv, Copenhagen. COLIJN, Hendrikus (1869-1944) Dutch statesman and politician. Chairman of the Dutch Cabinet 1925-26 and 1933-39; Minister of Defence 1911-13 and 1935-37; Minister for the Navy 1912-13; Minister for Colonies 1933-37; Foreign Minister 1937. F. ldenburg 1908-28, and A.
Director of the International Bureau of Intellectual Property until 1921. The State Archives of Neuchatel Canton, Neuchatel, has a file of notes and speeches; a file on the organisation of federal authorities; a file of correspondence; and a file of press cuttings, diplomas and certificates. CONSTANS, Jean (1833-1913) French diplomat. Minister to China 1886. Governor-General of French Indo-China 1887-89. Three volumes of his papers, covering the period 1880 to 1909, are in the archives of the French Foreign Ministry, Paris.
Seven volumes and two cartons of papers, covering the period 1889-1906, are available in the archives of the French Foreign Ministry, Paris. H. (1911Dutch Foreign Ministry Attache, Minister and Ambassador who served in Spain, Italy and Venezuela as well as being a Dutch representative to NATO. Most postings are post-1945. 205). BORCH, Herbert von (1876-1961) German diplomat. Charge d'affaires, Peking 1925; director of Far Eastern Section, Foreign Office 1928-31. Ambassador to Peking. · Most of Horch's papers were destroyed in 1944, but the Political Archive of the German Foreign Office in Bonn has a very small collection of material from the years 1920-21 and 1928-30, concerning German-Chinese relations, customs negotiations, and conditions in China.