Department of Propaganda in Enemy Countries
The Department of Propaganda in Enemy Countries, known from its London location as the Crewe House Committee, was formed under Lord Northcliffe in February 1918 as part of the British propaganda effort in the First World War.
- Chairman Lord Northcliffe
- Deputy Chairman: Sir Campbell Stuart
- Secretary: H. K. Hudson
- Colonel the Earl of Denbigh
- Robert Donald - (then Editor of the Daily Chronicle).
- Sir Roderick Jones - (Managing Director of Reuter's Agency).
- Sir Sidney Low.
- Sir Charles Nicholson, Bt., M.P
- James O'Grady, M.P.
- H. Wickham Steed (Foreign Editor and later Editor-in-Chief of The Times).
- H. G Wells.
- Campbell Stuart, Secrets of Crewe House; the story of a famous campaign, Hodder and Stoughton, 1920, archived at the Internet Archive.
- Series reference INF 4, Series Reference INF 4], National Archives, accessed, 23 May 2011.
- Campbell Stuart, Secrets of Crewe House,Hodder and Stoughton, 1920, P.10.