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BOX LISTHACKETT, Gen Sir John Winthrop (1910-1997) ›

Papers, [1944]-1997, accumulated by Gen Sir John Winthrop Hackett. The bulk of the material (125 boxes) comprises Hackett's papers, 1958-1997, including official and personal correspondence, texts of lectures, press cuttings and published material. The papers range over Hackett's career and interests, the subjects including his official posts as Commandant, Royal Military College of Science, Shrivenham,…

HAHN, Professor Dr Otto (1879-1968) ›

Typescript text in German entitled 'Beziehungen zu Nichtariern' ('Relationships with non-Aryans'), dated Jul 1945, relating to the treatment of Otto Hahn's Jewish friends and colleagues in Germany, 1933-1945. Also a copy of his biography, Mein Leben (Bruckmann, Munich, Germany, 1968).

HAINES, William Arthur Campion (1899-1991) ›

'A time to remember (1920-1950)', typescript memoir of his career in the Federated Malayan States Police, 1920-1945, and Malayan Union Police, 1945-1950, dated [1980-1991], notably describing police operations against Malay and Siamese bandits in Kedah, 1921-1923, rubber smugglers in Port Dickson, 1923, and the Malayan Communist Party, 1931, 1948-1950, and his experiences during the Japanese invasion…

BOX LISTHAKEWILL-SMITH, Maj Gen Sir Edmund (1896-1986) ›

Papers relating to Maj Gen Sir Edmund Hakewill-Smith's service as President of the Military Court for the War Crimes trial of German FM Albert von Kesselring, Venice, Italy, May 1947, including typescript official transcripts of days 3-28 and 40-43 of the trial, 1947; typescript texts of prosecuting counsel's closing address and the defence summing up, May 1947; file of papers entitled 'Abstract of…

HALDER, Generaloberst Franz, Chief of the General Staff of the Supreme Command of the German Army (OKH), 1939-1942: Private War Journal ›

The Private War Journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder, Chief of the General Staff of the Supreme Command of the German Army, 1939- 1942 is a microfilmed copy of the desk journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder. In 1938, Generaloberst [Col Gen] Franz Halder took office as Chief of the General Staff of the German Army, Oberkommando des Heeres (OKH), openly declaring himself opposed to the Nazi leadership…

HALL, Sqn Ldr John Anthony Sanderson 1921-2003 ›

John Hall: A Memoir by Alison Fenton (Oxfordshire: The Charlbury Press, 2005). Includes descriptions of Royal Air Force training in night flying and air gunnery, 1940; defending the British coastline from incoming bombers; providing air cover for the D-Day landings, 1944; and providing air support for the British Liberation Army, including for the Battle of the Bulge, December 1944. Includes text…

HAMERSLEY, Lt Col James Hubert St George (1916- 1983) ›

Photograph album/scrapbook, 1940-1948, including photographs of the Santerno valley and Castel del Rio, northern Italy, Nov- Dec 1944 and official information booklets entitled 'Soldier's guide to Sicily' and 'Soldier's guide to Rome' [1943]; letters of acknowledgment for efficient service from superior officers including Col Geoffrey Rimbault, Deputy Chief of Staff, East AfricaCommand, Jun 1954; Maj…

HAMILTON, Adm Sir John (1910-1994) ›

Manuscript account 'From bombardment to island kingdom' by Admiral Sir John Hamilton, 1985, detailing his service, 1943-1946, including work as Commander, Gunnery Division, Admiralty, 1943-1945, planning naval fire support for Normandy landings (Operation OVERLORD), and subsequently compiling analysis of operations; Commander, Naval Bombardment, Force 'W', planning and training for planned invasion…

DETAILED CATALOGUEHAMILTON, Gen Sir Ian Standish Monteith (1853-1947) ›

Papers, 1814-1971, relating to Hamilton's life, military career and activities. The collection specifically includes correspondence, 1852-1899; diaries and notebooks, 1870-1899; printed correspondence and speeches of FM Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts of Kandahar, Waterford and Pretoria, 1878-1893; diaries kept during the siege of Ladysmith, South Africa, 1899-1900; personal and official…

HAMSON, Professor Charles John Joseph (1905-1987) ›

Liber in vinculis or the Mock Turtle's adventure , a meditation on his life and career, with particular reference to the Battle of Crete, 1941, written as a POW in Germany, 1941-1945, and including a short essay on the Battle of Crete, 1941, by Dr Mark Mazower, privately published by Trinity College, Cambridge in 1989.

HANCOCK, Lt Col Sir Cyril (Percy) (1896-1990) ›

Photocopies of a letter to Lt Col P M N Doyle, intended for publication in The Maratha Light InfantryRegimental Journal, giving an account of his service with 114 Marathas in Mesopotamia and India, 1916-1947, written in 1981, and an appreciation of Donald Bevan Sothers, one of Hancock's colleagues in the 114 Marathas, with particular reference to Sothers' role in theBattle of Shargat, Oct 1918, written…

HANNING, Hugh Peter James (1925-2000) ›

Papers of Hugh Hanning, 1964-2000, including correspondence relating to Hanning's work with the Fontmell Group, Pathfinders and International Peace Academy concerning international disaster relief and peace/security studies, [1980-2000]; publications by Hanning including pamphlet, 'Britain and the United Nations: proposals for peacekeeping including a Commonwealth Force' (Bow Group Publications Ltd,…

BOX LISTHANSEN, Lt Col Harald George ›

Papers, maps and publications relating to the military career of Lt Col Harald George Hansen including memoir on his service as Private and Non-commissioned Officer with 4th Btn, Yorkshire Regiment, Western Front, 1914-1918; US military maps of Italy, 1944-1945, papers, publications and photos on the Highland Fieldcraft Training Centre; Ministry of Information publications on World War Two and a Royal…

HARBOTTLE, Brig Michael Neale (1917-1997) ›

Papers, chiefly correspondence, conference reports, articles and press cuttings relating to the organisation Generals for Peace and Disarmament, 1981-[1992]. Typescript reports and press cuttings relating to service with the UN Peacekeeping Force, Cyprus, 1966-1968. Editions of Harbottle's publications, 1970-1995, including The impartial soldier (Oxford University Press,under the auspices of the Royal…

HARDY-ROBERTS, Brig Sir Geoffrey (Paul) (1907-1997) ›

Two typescript copy letters home by Hardy-Roberts, written from British Red Cross Commission, theNetherlands, 6 May 1945, describing in detail the local reaction to the German surrender.

HARE, Capt Richard George Windham (1910-1995) ›

Papers of Captain Richard George Windham Hare on his naval service, 1940-1961; comprising diary of service as Navigating and Signals Officer, HMS KENYA, 1940-1944, in North Atlantic, Western Approaches, the Mediterranean, and the Pacific, described by Hare as "mostly dull..with some surprising observations"; narrative account, covering Aug 1940 - Mar 1942; photographs of ships served in by Hare including…

HARGREAVES, Maj Gen William Herbert (1908-1994) ›

Copies of letter to Hargreaves from Maj Gen Bernard Montgomery, thanking him for medical care he received in the British Military Hospital, Haifa in May-Jun 1939, written on 16 July 1939, with covering letter from Hargreaves to the Centre, 1988.

HARINGTON, Gen Sir Charles Harington (1872-1940) ›

Map of area around the Black Sea, Caspian Sea and Eastern Mediterranean, including Turkey and parts of the USSR, North Africa and the Middle East, drawn up by the Survey Department, Egypt, 1913, and the Royal Geographical Society, under the direction of the Geographical Section of the General Staff, 1916 and 1918, marked with the boundaries of Armenia and Georgia as laid down by the Treaty of Alexandropol,…

HARRIS, Maj Henry Ellis D (1913-1983) ›

Papers relating to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Middle Eastern Forces, World War Two, 1939-1945, used by Harris in his research, as assistant author, of Brig Alan Henry Fernyhough's History of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps 1920-1945 Royal Army Ordnance Corps, London, 1967), notably manuscript and typescript notes, memoranda, reports, photographs, statistical tables and graphs and related correspondence…

HARRIS, Sqn Ldr Norman Francis (1907-1994) ›

From pillar to post (Newton, Swindon, 1995), a memoir of his life covering the period 1939-1978, notably his service in the RAF in the UK and East Africa, 1939-1945, and his political career in Kenya, 1945-1961, as Mayor of Nairobi, Nairobi City Councillor, Elected Member of the Legislative Council and Minister of the Crown for Information and Broadcasting, written in 1994 andpublished in 1995.

HARRISON, Frank ›

'Tobruk: Siege, Breakout, Victory', typescript memoir covering operations at Tobruk, 1941-1942, written in [1991] and later published as Tobruk: the great siege reassessed (Arms and Armour Press, London, 1996)

HARRISON, Maj Gen Desmond (1896-1984) ›

Papers relating to his work as Engineer-in-Chief, South East Asia Command, 1943-1946, dated 1943-1947, principally comprising official photographs showing construction work on roads, bridges and airstrips, 1943-1946; official photograph of Acting Adm Louis (Francis Albert Victor Nicholas) Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia and US Gen Lewis APick, [1945]; 'The construction of forward…

HART DYKE, Brig Trevor (1905-1995) ›

'The peace divided', an account of his life and career, 1905-1948, notably his service in India with the Queen's Royal Regt, in Africa with King's African Rifles, and in UK, 1938-1940, 1941-1944, Gibraltar, 1940-1941, South East Asia, 1945, East Africa, 1946-1947 and Berlin, 1948, compiled in 1970 by Ben Lockwood, Hart Dyke's stepson, from notes left by Hart Dyke and printed in1995. 'Normandy to Arnhem,…

HART, Lt Cdr Leonard George Richard (1903-1987) ›

Papers relating to his service in Germany, 1945-1947, principally comprising British Zone Review vol 1 no 7, published by the Control Commission for Germany, (British Element), Dec 1945; Royal Rupert Times and Garrison News, edited by Hart, Feb 1947; photographs of Belsen concentration camp, 1945. Papers relating to Hart's work as Recreational Libraries Officer, 1966, notably an article on Hart and…

HARTLEY, Brig John Cosmo (1915-1980) ›

The Diagonals no 27 vol 2 (10 Indian Div journal), Jul 1945, principally comprising articles on 10 Indian Div activities in Italy.

HAUGHTON, Surgeon R Adm J M (1924-1992) ›

Photograph album presented to Haughton by RN Hospital Haslar to commemorate the visit of HRH Prince Charles to the hospital, 28 Jun 1982, including photographs of troops wounded in the Falklands War, 1982.

HAW, Sqn Leader Charlton (1920-1993) ›

Papers relating to his RAF career, 1939-1951, dated [1939-1951], 1984-1985, [1987], 1991, 1993, particularly his service in the USSR, 1941, and Sweden, 1948, principally comprising photographs of Haw and his RAF colleagues, [1939-1951]; press cuttings, 1941, [1946], 1948, 1956, [1987], 1991, [1993]; 'Pilot's notes for Spitfire 22 and 24 Griffon 61 engine' (Air Publication 2816 B andC), prepared by…

HEAL, Lt Arthur Heal ›

Photocopies of papers relating to his service in World War Two, 1943-1944, dated 1944, 1947 and 1980, principally comprising notes for a lecture to the Royal Engineers Officer Cadet Training Unit on the role of 3 Infantry Div during the Normandy landings (Operation OVERLORD), Jun 1944, written in [Oct] 1944.

BOX LISTHEARD, Lt Col John Arthur Edward (1907-1986) ›

Papers relating to British produced propaganda for the Indian Army, produced to counter Japanese propaganda aimed to entice Indian Army personnel to desert and fight for the Japanese led Indian National Army, India and Burma, 1943-1945, including correspondence, memoranda, personal papers and propaganda material, 1939-1946. Also, scrapbook album of watercolours, sketches, photographs, menus, invitations…

HECHLER, Maj Kenneth William (b 1914) ›

Photocopy of the report 'The Enemy Side of the Hill, the 1945 background on interrogation of German commanders', compiled by Maj Kenneth William Hechler, chief interrogator, 1949.

HELY, Brig Alfred Francis (1902-1990) ›

Copy of 'Tim', a typescript account of Hely's life and career, 1902-1990, notably his service with 60 Field Regt in the Western Desert, including action around Sidi Rezegh, Nov 1941, and with 7 Indian Div in India, 1942 and Burma, 1943-1945, including the Japanese attack on 15 Indian Corps' administrative base at Sinzweya, Burma, Feb 1944, written in 1991 by 'L R L', Hely's Bde Maj, Royal Artillery,…

HENNIKER, Brig Sir Mark Chandos Auberon, Bt (1906-1991) ›

Papers, mostly photocopies, relating to Operation FRESHMAN, an abortive British-Norwegian assault on a heavy water plant at Vemork, Norway, Nov 1942, written in 1942-1945 and [1983], notably operation orders, Nov 1942; letter to Maj Pardon, dated Jul 1945, giving extracts from Henniker's report on the operation, written in [1942]; summary of information received about the movements of personnel from…

HERBERT, Brig Charles Edward Mercer (1904-1981) ›

Papers relating to his military career, 1922-1946, dated 1930, 1936 and [1946] principally comprising typescript log of railway survey work carried out by Herbert, Lt Charles Granville Barry Greaves and Capt Donald Maitland James Murray, Tanganyika, 1930, written by [Murray] in [1930]; The Royal Engineers Journal vol 50 Sep 1936, including 'Railway Survey in Tanganyika Territory' by Herbert; official…

HICKS, Lt Col Garnet Elgar (1907-1998) ›

Forty five photographs, mostly captioned, relating to Hicks' military career, 1933-1949, notably including the North West Frontier, India, 1933-1934, officers at Staff College, Haifa, Palestine, 1940, the Allied Victory Parade, Berlin, Germany, 1946, and service in Abeokuta, Nigeria, 1948-1949.

HIGNETT, Lt Col John Derrick (1900-1994) ›

Official photographs of the British Army in North Africa, [1940-1943], principally depicting personnel, tanks and infantry.

HINDE, Lt Col Reginald Graham (1887-1982) ›

Papers relating to his service in India and the Middle East during the period 1907-[1927], dated 1911-1923 and [1927], principally comprising copies of letters to his mother from Ceylon, India and Persia, 1921-1923 and [1927]; brief summary of his military career, 1907-1919, [1919]; photographs of India, 1912, 1921-1922, China, 1911-1913, and Persia, 1916, 1919.

HINGSTON, Lt Col Walter George (1905-1992) ›

Copy of typescript extract from letter, dated 16 Dec 1940, by Hingston, General Staff Officer 3 (Intelligence), Headquarters, 4 Indian Div, Western Desert, to his wife at General Headquarters, Delhi, India, with detailed uncensored account of British success in Operation COMPASS, 1st Western Desert campaign, 6-16 Dec 1940. Typescript notes by Mrs Hingston on Hingston's health and pre-war service in…

BOX LISTHISCOCKS, Charles Richard (1907-1998) ›

Publications, (chiefly pamphlets) acquired by Charles Richard Hiscocks on international organisations, 1946-1983; comprising publications by and about the United Nations, 1946-1983 (19 items); the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), 1952-1981, (7 items); the International Labour Office (ILO), 1955-1971 (14 items); the International Development Association (1972-1982 (3 items); Africa, 1956-1970…

HISTORY OF 30 ASSAULT UNIT, 1942-1946 ›

Papers collected or copied by Sqn Ldr David C Nutting and Lt Cdr Trevor James Glanville between [1974-1997] and used as research material for the book, Attain by surprise: the story of 30 Assault Unit Royal Navy/Royal Marine Commando and of Intelligence by capture (David Colver, Chichester, West Sussex, 1997) relating to the history of 30 Assault Unit, 1942-1946. Contemporary papers relating to 30…

HISTORY OF BRITISH AVIATION, 1908-1914 ›

Edition of History of British Aviation, 1908-1914 by R Dallas Brett (Aviation Book Club, London, 1933), with foreword by Rt Hon Sir Philip Alfred Gustave David Sassoon, 3rd Bt, Under Secretary of State for Air.

HISTORY OF INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES UNDER GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR, 1942-1950 ›

History of Intelligence Activities under General Douglas MacArthur, 1942-1950 is a microfilmed copy of an official US Army publication relating to intelligence activities in the Far East under Gen Douglas MacArthur, as Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Southwest Pacific Area (SWPA); Commander, US Army Pacific; and Supreme Commander, Allied Powers (SCAP), 1942-1950. The collection includes documents…

HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II: Review of the Fleet at Spithead, 1953 ›

Printed programme of the review of the British and Commonwealth naval and merchant fleet by HM Queen Elizabeth II at Spithead, 15 Jun 1953, including map of the review published by the Admiralty, 1953

HMSO & MINISTRY OF INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS, World War Two ›

Publications, 1939-1956 relating to World War Two, comprising: 'Final report by the Rt Hon Sir Neville Henderson, GCMG, on the circumstances leading to the termination of his mission to Berlin, September 20 1939' (HMSO, 1939); 'The outbreak of war, 22 August-3 September 1939' (Ministry of Information, 1939); 'Documents concerning German-Polish relations and the outbreak of hostilities between Great…

HOBART, Maj Gen Sir Percy Cleghorn Stanley (1885-1957) ›

Papers relating to Maj Gen Sir Percy Hobart's life and career, 1926-1953, including typescript texts of five lectures by Hobart on tank warfare, Staff College, Quetta, India, 1926. Papers relating to Hobart's command of 1 Tank Bde, Southern Command, 1934-1937, including typescript memoranda on training and development of armoured forces, 1935-1936; letter from Gen Sir (William) Edmund Ironside, Commander-in-Chief,…

BOX LISTHOBBS, Brig Godfrey Pennington (1907-1985) ›

Papers, 1928-1969, of Brig Godfrey Pennington Hobbs, comprising papers, 1928-1950 and undated, relating to his early service and career, including commission into the Northumberland Fusiliers, 1928, and letters of thanks and photographs recording his work in Greece and with Polish troops in the Middle East; papers, 1955-1960 and undated, relating to his service as Military Attache, Athens, Greece,…

HOBBS, Maj Frederick Manoli Baltazzi (1867-1911) ›

Copies of papers and photographs relating to Hobbs' career, 1888-1912, including eighteen manuscript letters home from Singapore, 1892, and from the Sudan, 1897-1900. Correspondence, newspaper cuttings, obituaries and records of service, 1888-1912, including newspaper cuttings relating to the campaign in the Sudan, 1897-1898, notably the Battle of Omdurman, Sep 1898, and manuscript letter to Hobbs…

HOBDAY, Brig Rupert Edmund (1894-1977) ›

Papers relating to his service in Egypt and Libya, 1940-1941, principally comprising notes for a lecture on the Libyan campaign, 1940-1941, with particular reference to the Battle of Sidi Barrani, Dec 1940, ND; circulars issued by Advanced Western Desert Force General Staff, namely operation orders concerning the advance to Sidi Barrani, 6 Dec 1940, intelligence summary for 9-12Dec 1940, dated 14 Dec…

BOX LISTHODGES, Capt Harold Augustus (d 1918) ›

Papers relating to service on the Western Front during World War One, 1915-1918, including maps of Thiepval, Pozieres and Flers areas, 1915-1916; papers relating to service during World War One, including printed leaflets, 1915-1918.

HOGAN, Sir Michael (Joseph Patrick) (1908-1986) ›

Papers relating to the assassination of Sir Henry Gurney, High Commissioner for the Federation of Malaya, by the Malayan Races' Liberation Army on 6 Oct 1951, namely an unsigned official report on the assassination and the subsequent action taken by the police and the military, written in 1951, a plan of the ambush scene, 1951, and two photographs of Gurney's funeral procession, 1951.

HOLMAN, Capt Ambrose Walter (1910-1988) ›

Papers and photographs relating to work with UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in China, 1946-1947, and the Ex-Services Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Group, 1984-1987, including four manuscript narrative diaries of Holman's military service, 1941-1945; two photograph albums with views of Egypt, Palestine, South Africa, Aden, and at sea on board HM Hospital Ship LLANDOVERY CASTLE, 1942-1945;…

HOLT-WILSON, Brig Sir Eric Edward Boketon (1875-1950) ›

Book War Letters to T.H.W. from South Africa, 1899-1902, E.H.W. , edited by Clemency Holt-Wilson (Redwood Books: Wiltshire, 1999). The book comprises detailed letters written by Eric Holt-Wilson to his father, the Reverend Thomas Holt-Wilson, during the Second Boer War, Jul 1899-Aug 1902, describing: preparations before the outbreak of war, Jul-Oct, 1899; establishing defences at De Aar, Cape Colony,…

HOPTHROW, Brig Harry Ewart (1896-1992) ›

Papers relating to Brig Harry Ewart Hopthrow's military career, 1914-1945, including memoranda, notes and correspondence on his service with Wireless Company, Corps of Royal Engineers, Western Front, World War One, [1914-1918]; typescript memoranda and correspondence as OfficerCommanding 107 Company, Corps of Royal Engineers (Reserve), Territorial Army, 1931-1935; notes and correspondence as Assistant…

HORNE, Gen Henry Sinclair (1861-1929) ›

Scrap book compiled by Lord Henry Horne, covering the period 1915-1929, reflecting his work at official functions and social life following World War One, including letters, press cuttings, photographs and other mementos including letter in French from Maj Gen John Emerson Wharton Hedlam, Jul 1924; letter from Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig to Florence Matthews congratulating her on her work with the…

HOUGHTON-BROWN, Col Jack ([1905]-1982) ›

Photocopy of 'Farmer-soldier', a typescript memoir covering his life and career, [1905]-1945, notably his training with the Territorial Army, 1924-1939, and his service with the Wiltshire Regt in the UK, 1939-1943, and India and Burma, 1943-1945, written in 1945.

HOWARD, Professor Sir Michael (Eliot) (b 1922) ›

'A professional autobiography', an account of his life and career, 1922-1989, notably his teaching and research work at King's College London, 1947-1968 and Oxford University, 1968-1989, written in 1991.

DETAILED CATALOGUEHOWELL, Brig Gen Philip (1877-1916) ›

The papers cover the period, 1879-1916, and include papers on Howell's service as a correspondent for The Times in the Balkans, including photographs and newspaper cuttings, 1903; papers on Howell's training at Staff College, Quetta, India, and Staff College, Camberley, Surrey, including notes on Cavalry organization and tactics and on the establishment of Frontier Intelligence organization in India,…

HOWSON, Capt John, RN (1871-1948) ›

Copy of typescript memoir of his RN career, 1914-1918 and 1939-1943, covering his service with the Harwich force in the North Sea, 1914-1917, notably the Battle of Dogger Bank, Jan 1915, at Nore Command, 1918-1919, in the Atlantic convoys, 1939-1940, Norway, 1940, the evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940, as Staff Officer, HQ Western Approaches, 1940-1941, in the Mediterranean,1941-1942, Madagascar, 1942, Malta…

HUDSON, Maj Gen Corrie (1874-1958) ›

Summary of his military career, 1890-1932, [1932], his daughter's birth certificate, 1905, and a list of medals, papers and other items relating to Hudson received by the National Army Museum, 1980. 'Correspondence regarding the removal of the grave of Capt Granville Gower Loch CB, RN from the Shwedagon Pagoda, Burma', 1924-1929, a pamphlet published at the request of MajGordon Loch in 1929.

HUMPHREYS, (David) Colin (1925-1992) ›

Papers of (David) Colin Humphreys. Typescript background details of students on Imperial Defence College course, London, 1970; typescript paper by Humphreys entitled 'The history of British Defence Policy 1975-1985', written whilst a student at the Imperial Defence College, London, 1970; typescript and manuscript notes and texts of lectures by Humphreys and papers relating to various conferences, 1981-1984;…

HUMPHREYS, Cdr Lawrence Antony, RN (d 1985) ›

Diaries, log books and other papers, 1913-1966, of Cdr Lawrence Antony Humphreys, comprising a photograph album including photographs of Dartmouth Royal Naval (RN) College, Devon, 1914-1916, and ships of the British and German fleets, 1917-1919, subsequently used as a scrapbook for newspaper and other cuttings to 1966; volume entitled 'Operations etc HMS TARANTULA', comprising log of messages received…

HUMPHREYS, Lt Leonard E ›

Typescript account of his service in France and with A Battery, 190 Bde, Royal Field Artillery, 8 Jun 1917 and 1 Mar-5 Apr 1918, notably action at Messines, 8 Jun 1917, and the defence of Bucquoy, Mar 1918, including copies of extracts from his diary, with particular reference to the death of Maj Geoffrey Neame, written in [1964-1982].

HUNT, Brig (Henry Cecil) John, Baron Hunt of Llanfair Waterdine ›

Copies of detailed manuscript notes on Hunt's life and military career, 1924-1953, including sportingachievements and details of mountaineering expeditions, especially the British Everest Expedition, 1952-1953.

HUNTER-TOD, AM Sir John (1917-2000) ›

Two reports: 'The aerodynamic derivatives with respect to sideslip for a delta wing with small dihedral at supersonic speeds' by Sqn Ldr John Hunter-Tod and Abraham Robinson (College of Aeronautics, Cranfield, Dec 1950); 'The aerodynamic derivatives with respect to a rate of yaw for a delta wing with dihedral and at incidence at supersonic speeds' by Sqn Ldr J H Hunter-Tod (HMSO, 1957).

HUTCHINSON, Lt Col Donald Bertram Wynne (1910-1983) ›

Copy photographs relating to his voyage to India, 1930, and his service in the Indian Army, 1930-1935, with list of subjects.

HUTTON, Capt Michael Hugh (1925-2003) ›

Just a Bit of Time , memoir of the life and service of Captain Michael Hugh Hutton, 1931-1985; including descriptions of training at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, 1938; service as midshipman aboard HMS JAMAICA and HMS ROCKET, 1942-1943; the Battle of Barents Sea, Dec 1942; involvement in Operation TUNNEL for the interception of German shipping in the English Channel which resulted in the loss…

DETAILED CATALOGUEHUTTON, Lt Gen Sir Thomas Jacomb (1890-1981) ›

Papers dated 1914-1919 relating to service on Western Front, World War One including typescript memoir. Papers and correspondence relating to first Burma campaign and fall of Rangoon, Jan 1939-Jan 1944, including plan dated 1942 for possible offensive against the Japanese, cooperation between British and Chinese troops and reports on operations; copy correspondence of Gen Sir Archibald Wavell, Commander-in-Chief…

HYNES, Brig William Henry (1893-1972) ›

Papers, 1911-1955, relating to the life and career of Brig William Henry Hynes, including copy of Field Message Book containing manuscript notes by Hynes, mostly relating to his command of 11 Platoon, C Company, 2 Bn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Battle of the Somme, Picardy, France, 1916; printed trench map, scale 1: 20, 000, of the area around Flers, Battle of the Somme, Picardy, France, Sep 1916; two…

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