London: 1936. unbound. Interesting typed letter signed, 1 page, 4to, 9.25 x 7.5 inches, House of Lords, London, July 28, 1936. Written three days before Marley left for Germany as a distinguished guest at the Berlin Olympics, in part: "I shall be willing to have my address broadcast...it might be advisable for only the first 15 or 20 minutes to be for the radio...In view of the menace to peace of world affairs today there can be no doubt as to the public interest and importance of a responsible British viewpoint." Marley closes the letter with a slap at Germany: "There is a temporary lull in the immediate danger of war which I hope will last out the duration of my American tour." Very good condition.
Born Dudley Leigh Aman, he was a distinguished British soldier and longtime member of the House of Lords, becoming Deputy Speaker from 1930 - 1941. Marley devoted great energy to projects that fostered an awareness of the Jewish plight in Europe during World War II -- a topic that was dear to his heart.