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CLARKE, Brig Frederick Arthur Stanley (1892-1972)

Cuttings of articles written by Clarke and published in various British journals and periodicals, 1926-1959.

References on this page: CLARKE: 3-5


CLARKE: 3/1

1926 Aug

Article by Clarke entitled 'Human nature and the soldier', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1926). 5pp.


CLARKE: 3/2

1929 Apr

Article by Clarke and another, under the pseudonyms 'Benweld' and 'Chrislarke', entitled 'The operations in the Bruche Valley, August 1914, with special reference to the action of the French 13th Division', published in The Army Quarterly (Apr 1929). 20pp.


CLARKE: 3/3

1929 Oct

Article by Clarke entitled 'The Battle of Sarrebourg-Vosges, August 1914. Part 1', published in The Army Quarterly (Oct 1929). 16pp and 3 maps.


CLARKE: 3/4

1930 Jan

Article by Clarke entitled 'The Battle of Sarrebourg-Vosges, August 1914. Part 2', published in The Army Quarterly (Jan 1930). 12pp and 4 maps.


CLARKE: 3/5

1934 May

Printed version of Clarke's Gold Medal winning essay, written in 1933, discussing necessary changes to the training and equipment of the Territorial Army, if it is to be used as a field army overseas, printed in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution, Vol LXXIX, (May 1934). 25pp


CLARKE: 3/6

1947 Aug

Article by Clarke entitled 'Economy of manpower in the services', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1947). 5pp.


CLARKE: 3/7

1947 Oct

Article by Clarke entitled 'The militia shibboleth', published in The Fighting Forces (Oct 1947). 4pp.


CLARKE: 3/8

1947 Nov

Article by Clarke entitled 'Lines of communication, their defence and security', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1947). 8pp.


CLARKE: 3/9

1948 Jan

Article by Clarke entitled 'Marshal Bugeaud', published in The Army Quarterly (Jan 1948). 8pp.


CLARKE: 3/10

1948 Feb

Article by Clarke entitled 'The military and economic importance of West Africa', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Feb 1948). 8pp.


CLARKE: 3/11

1948 May

Article by Clarke entitled 'On reading', relating to appropriate military study, published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1948). 3pp.


CLARKE: 3/12

1948 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Recollections of a staff officer: France 1939-1940', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1948). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/13

1949 Feb

Article by Clarke entitled 'African man-power in Commonwealth defence', published in The New English Review Magazine (Feb 1949). 3pp.


CLARKE: 3/14

1949 Feb

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Athos', entitled 'Recollections of an area commander in Africa', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Feb 1949). 7pp.


CLARKE: 3/15

1949 Aug

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'A staff officer in Africa', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1949). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/16

1949 Oct

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer' entitled 'Armour in bush warfare', published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Oct 1949). 5pp.


CLARKE: 3/17

1949 Oct

Article by Clarke entitled 'The development of the West African Forces in the Second World War', published in The Army Quarterly (Oct 1949). 16pp.


CLARKE: 3/18

1949 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Athos, entitled 'Army organisation: numbers or efficiency', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1949). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/19

1950 Jan

Article by Clarke entitled '"Q" in North-West Africa', relating to the movement and supply of the army during the Tunisian campaign of 1942-1943, published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Jan 1950). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/20

1950 Jun

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Rommel', published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Jun 1950). 5pp.


CLARKE: 3/21

1950 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Infantry' and giving a brief history of attitudes to that branch of the army, published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1950). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/22

1951 Apr

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Small wars: old and new', published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Apr 1951). 5pp.


CLARKE: 3/23

1951 Jul

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Surprise', discussing the importance of surprise in warfare and giving examples, published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Jul 1951). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/24

1951 Aug

Article by Clarke entitled 'Army in Africa', discussing the possible role of African forces for defence of British possessions in tropical Africa, published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1951). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/25

1951 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Infantry problems and tradition', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1951). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/26

1952 May

Article by Clarke entitled 'The story of the Royal West African Frontier Force', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1952). Annotated by Clarke. 7pp.


CLARKE: 3/27

1952 Oct

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Psychology and the Soldier', published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Oct 1952). 5pp.


CLARKE: 3/28

1952 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Moscow, 1812 and 1941: a comparison', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1952). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/29

1953 Feb

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Athos' entitled 'Defence against mass attacks', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Feb 1953). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/30

1953 Apr

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'The tactical employment of atomic weapons', published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Apr 1953). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/31

1953 May

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Air power: concentration and co-operation', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1953). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/32

1954 Jan

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Megiddo, 1918, and El Alamein, 1942: a comparison, published in The Royal Armoured Corps Journal (Jan 1954). 8pp.


CLARKE: 3/33

1954 Feb

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Athos' entitled 'Experience of war', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Feb 1954). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/34

1954 Aug

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym of 'Musketeer', entitled 'Paris, 1870 and 1940: a comparison', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1954). 7pp.


CLARKE: 3/35

1954 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Athos', entitled 'Some aspects of administration in war', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1954). 7pp.


CLARKE: 3/36

1955 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Policy, grand strategy, and principles', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1955). 7pp.


CLARKE: 3/37

1956 May

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'The atmosphere of war', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1956). 6pp.


CLARKE: 3/38

1956 May

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Hafiz', entitled 'The offensive in Libya: December 1940-February 1941', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1956). 11pp.


CLARKE: 3/39

1956 Aug

Article by Clarke under the pseudonym 'Athos', entitled 'Some aspects of the American Civil War, 1861-65', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1956). 9pp and 1 map.


CLARKE: 3/40

1957 May

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'The campaign in North-West Europe-I. June-September, 1944', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1957). 14pp.


CLARKE: 3/41

1957 Jan

Article by Clarke entitled 'Friction adds to the burden of command', published in The Army Quarterly (Jan 1957). 9pp.


CLARKE: 3/42

1957 Aug

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'The campaign in North-West Europe-II. September 1944-May 1945', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Aug 1957). 15pp.


CLARKE: 3/43

1957 Nov

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Hafiz', entitled 'The Indian mutiny and after', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Nov 1957). 8pp.


CLARKE: 3/44

1958 Feb

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'The campaign in North-West Europe-III. June 1944-February 1945. Some aspects of administration', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (Feb 1958). 10pp.


CLARKE: 3/45

1958 May

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer' entitled 'The 21st Army Group in North-West Europe-IV. The last round', published in The Journal of the Royal United Service Institution (May 1958). 13pp.


CLARKE: 3/46

1959 Jan

Article by Clarke entitled 'The first principle of war', discussing the importance of maintaining the aim or object in war, published in The Army Quarterly (Jan 1959). 8pp.


CLARKE: 3/47

[1926-1959]

Article by Clarke entitled 'Modern amazons', discussing the women of Southern Africa who took part in the 'Woman's War' of 1929, published in The Army Quarterly. 7pp.


CLARKE: 4. Cuttings of articles written by Clarke and published in the West African Review and African World, 1949-1956.


CLARKE: 4/1

1949 May

Article by Clarke entitled 'Defence and communications in West Africa', published in The West African Review (May 1949). Two copies. 2pp.


CLARKE: 4/2

1949 Oct

Article by Clarke entitled 'The farmer who conquered Algeria', about Marshal Bugeaud, published in The West African Review (Oct 1949). 3pp.


CLARKE: 4/3

1949 Dec

Article by Clarke entitled 'First battle honours won by the Royal West African Frontier Force', published in The West African Review (Dec 1949). 3pp.


CLARKE: 4/4

1950 Mar

Article by Clarke entitled 'The Drama of Kumasi', published in The West African Review (Mar 1950). 4pp.


CLARKE: 4/5

1950 May

Article by Clarke entitled 'A soldier looks back: hail and farewell to the Royal West African Frontier Force', published in The West African Review (May 1950). 3pp.


CLARKE: 4/6

1950 Sep

Article by Clarke entitled 'Recollections: 1940-1941', on the recent build up of West African military strength, published in The West African Review (Sep 1950). 3pp.


CLARKE: 4/7

1951 Mar

Article by Clarke entitled 'African man-power in Empire defence: strategic importance of colonial Africa calls for stronger colonial forces', published in African World (Mar 1951). Two copies. 4pp.


CLARKE: 4/8

1951 Sep

Article by Clarke entitled 'East Africans for Malaya: first step towards expansion of African colonial forces', published in African World (Sep 1951). 1p.


CLARKE: 4/9

1951 Dec

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer', entitled 'Shadows...on the sand', a reminiscence of his years in Africa, published in The West African Review (Dec 1951). 3pp.


CLARKE: 4/10

1952 Feb

Article by Clarke, under the pseudonym 'Musketeer' entitled 'Voyaging to Guinea', published in The West African Review (Feb 1952). 3pp.


CLARKE: 4/11

1956 May

Article by Clarke entitled 'The Queen's Own Nigeria Regiment: Yeoman service in many campaigns', published in African World (May 1956). 2pp.


CLARKE: 5. Printer's transparencies of maps used by Clarkein Part Two of the History of the Royal West African Frontier Force (Gale and Polden, Aldershot), 1964.


CLARKE: 5/1-8

1964

Maps illustrating the southern part of the British invasion of Italian-held Abyssinia during World War Two, undertaken from Kenya by the East Africa Force, including men of the Royal West African Frontier Force, 1940-1941.


CLARKE: 5/9-13

1964

Maps illustrating the operations of 81 (West African) Div in Burma as part of British 15 Corps, 1943-1944, notably in the Kaladan Valley.


CLARKE: 5/14-15

1964

Maps illustrating the second Chindit operations in Burma [Operation THURSDAY], 1944, in which the 3 (West African) Bde played a significant part.


CLARKE: 5/16-19

1964

Maps illustrating Allied operations in Burma, 1944-1945, especially the part played by 81 (West African) and 82 (West African) Divs in operations in Arakan, notably the advance down the Kaladan Valley, the Mayu offensive and the Battle of Myohaung.


CLARKE: 5/20-22

1964

Maps illustrating Allied operations in South Arakan, Burma, 1945, especially the role played by 82 (West African) Div in the pursuit from Myohaung, operations on the Tamandu-An road, and the final clearance of the area.

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