King's College London
Archive Catalogues
Home|Liddell Hart Military Archives|The Collection|ALANBROOKE, FM Alan Francis, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke of Brookeborough (1883-1963)|1: Papers relating to Brooke's childhood and early military service, 1883-1915, dated [1884]-1943 

ALANBROOKE, FM Alan Francis, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke of Brookeborough (1883-1963)

Papers relating to Brooke's childhood and early military service, 1883-1915, dated [1884]-1943

References on this page: ALANBROOKE: 1


ALANBROOKE: 1/1

1943 Sep 6-1943 Sep 13

Letter, 6 Sep 1943, from Brooke's sister, Hylda Wrench, to his wife, Benita Blanche Brooke, concerning Brooke's early life. With typescript account of Brooke's childhood by Hylda Wrench, 13 Sep 1943.

1 file

Last updated: March 07, 2012


ALANBROOKE: 1/2

[1884-1914]

Scrapbook kept by Brooke, 1901-1904, notably including letters to his mother, Alice Brooke, 1902-1904, press cuttings, 1902-1904, progress report from the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1902, certificate of commission, 1903, Civil Service Commission Interpreter's Certificate examination papers, 1904, photographs relating to his service in Ireland, [1904], and racing programmes, 1904. With envelope of ephemera and mementos, [1884-1914], including drawings and sketches by Brooke, [1897-1905], and family photographs, [1884-1885].

1 vol, 1 envelope


ALANBROOKE: 1/3

[1905-1906]

Scrapbook kept by Brooke, notably including racing programmes, 1905-1906, press cuttings, 1905-1906, and letters to his mother, Alice Brooke, and his brother, Victor Brooke, 1906. With two exercise books, 1905, containing essays on the US Civil War, 1861-1865.

1 vol, 2 exercise books


ALANBROOKE: 1/4

[1910-1913]

Scrapbook kept by Brooke, mainly containing notes, correspondence and printed rules and regulations relating to game hunting in various regions of India.

1 vol


ALANBROOKE: 1/5

[1911-1919]

Diary kept by Brooke, 1915, notably covering his service in World War One in France as Staff Capt, Royal Artillery, 2 (Indian) Cavalry Div, Jan-Nov 1915, and as Bde Maj, Royal Artillery, 18 Infantry Div, Nov-Dec 1915, notably action around Neuve Chapelle, March 1915, and the Battle of Festubert, May 1915. With snapshot, [1911-1919].

1 vol, 1 photograph

Search

Search within THIS catalogue for:

Detailed catalogue

W3C Semantic Web LogoPlease note:
This catalogue may contain links to external data sources as part of the W3C Semantic Web initiative.

ARCHIOS™ | Total time:0.0444 s | Source:cache | Platform: NX