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HAMILTON, Gen Sir Ian Standish Monteith (1853-1947)

Papers relating to Hamilton's 'Gallipoli diary' (Edward Arnold, London, 1920), 1915-1960

References on this page: HAMILTON: 7/10/1-14


HAMILTON: 7/10/1

1915 Sep 1

'Those confounded neighbours', cartoon by Alick P F Ritchie from The Bystander no 613, illustrating Bulgaria, Great Britain and France surrounding Constantinople. 1p


HAMILTON: 7/10/2

1915-1916

Manuscript notes by Lt Col Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson Baikie, formerly commanding artillery of 29 Div and 8 Corps, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, referring to number and types of artillery present on Gallipoli, ammunition supplies and shortages, inadequacies of guns and aircraft. 5pp


HAMILTON: 7/10/3

[1916-1920]

Typescript copy of section of Hamilton's personal diary of the Gallipoli Campaign for 5 May1915-30 Jul 1915, with minor variations from the entries subsequently published in his Gallipoli diary, 2 vols (Edward Arnold, London, 1920). 232pp


HAMILTON: 7/10/4

[1916-1920]

Manuscript draft by Hamilton for part of his entry for 25 Apr 1915 in his Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920), vol one, pp138-140. 3pp


HAMILTON: 7/10/5

1916,1920

Typescript notes on artillery at Cape Helles during the Gallipoli Campaign by Brig Gen Sir Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson-Baikie, formerly commanding artillery of 29 Div and 8 Corps, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, referring to his work, number and types of artillery present on the peninsula, ammunition shortages and inadequacies of guns, cooperation between French and British artillery, and statistics of shell usage, 1916. Two drafts, with slight variations. 14pp. With typescript statement by Simpson-Baikie, 1920, on artillery at Gallipoli, contrasting the same with his experience commanding artillery of 21 Corps in Palestine during 1917-1918. 19pp


HAMILTON: 7/10/6

1917 Feb 7

Postcard from Lt Col Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson Baikie to his wife Marion Evelyn Simpson Baikie, illustrating uniforms of Allied armies at Salonika. 1p


HAMILTON: 7/10/7

1918 Jan 3

Typescript letter to The Times from 'A British soldier in Palestine' of HQ, Royal Artillery, 21 Army Corps [Brig Gen Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson Baikie?], relating humorous anecdote told to him by Arabs of the aspirations to divinity of William II, Kaiser of Germany. 2pp


HAMILTON: 7/10/8

1919 Aug 8-1932 Jan 21

Correspondence between Hamilton and Maj Gen Sir Charles Rosenthal, relating to Rosenthal's notes as commander of 3 Australian Artillery Bde, 1 Australian Div, at Anzac Beach, Gallipoli, 25 Apr 1915-25 Aug 1915, and included as an appendix to Hamilton's Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920). 1 file, 7 letters


HAMILTON: 7/10/9

1919 Oct 7

Typescript copy of notes by Lt Col Charles Rosenthal, commanding 3 Australian Field Artillery Bde, 1 Australian Div, relating to the use of artillery at Anzac, Gallipoli, compiled from his diary, 25 Apr 1915-25 Aug 1915. Subsequently printed as Appendix 2 in Hamilton's Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920). 4pp


HAMILTON: 7/10/10

1919 Mar 10-1924 May 9

Correspondence between Hamilton and Brig Gen Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson Baikie, including correspondence relating to Simpson Baikie's statement on the use of artillery during the Gallipoli Campaign for an appendix to Hamilton's Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920); the contentions of Maj Gen Granville George Algernon Egerton, former General Officer Commanding 52 (Lowland) Div at Gallipoli, that Egerton was not responsible for the attack of 156 Bde, 52 Div, at Gully Ravine, Gallipoli, on 28 Jun 1915, as implied in Simpson Baikie's statement. With obituary for Simpson Baikie by 'W B R S', reprinted from the Royal Artillery Regimental News, Apr 1924. 1 file, 63 letters


HAMILTON: 7/10/11

1920 May 31-1921 May 30,1955

Correspondence between Brig Gen Sir Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson Baikie and Maj Gen Granville George Algernon Egerton, former General Officer Commanding 52 (Lowland) Div at Gallipoli, and between Simpson Baikie and Hamilton, regarding Egerton's contentions that he was not responsible for the attack of 156 Bde, 52 Div, at Gully Ravine, Gallipoli, on 28 Jun 1915, as implied in Simpson Baikie's 'Statement on artillery', an appendix in Hamilton's Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920). With copy letter from Gen Sir Horace Lockwood Smith-Dorrien to Simpson Baikie, 9 Jun 1920, with his compliments on Hamilton's Gallipoli diary; correspondence between Mary Forbes Shield and Morley Kennerley, of Faber and Faber Ltd, publishers, 24 Nov 1955-16 Dec 1955, relating to the above correspondence. 1 file, 14 letters


HAMILTON: 7/10/12

1920 May 11-1922 Jan 25

Correspondence between Hamilton and friends, relatives, acquaintances, and former Gallipoli servicemen, and members of the public, who had received copies or read his Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920), including Edward Augustus Arnold; Sir George Compton Archibald Arthur, 3rd Bt; Col Sir Hugh Dundas Simpson Baikie; Gen Sir Edmund (George) Barrow; Lt Col Robert Blair; Lt Gen Sir Walter Pipon Braithwaite; Rt Hon Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill MP; Sir Julian Stafford Corbett; Lt Gen Sir Herbert Vaughan Cox; French Gen Albert d'Amade; Gen Sir Henry de Beauvoir de Lisle; Lt Col Cyril de Putron; Adm Sir John Michael de Robeck, 1st Bt; Cdr Hugh England; Rt Hon Andrew Fisher; Lt Gen Sir William Thomas Furse; Gen Sir Alexander John Godley; Rev Henry A Hall; Col Sir John Richard Hall, 9th Bt; Sir Charles Harris; Maj G Allan Heron; Lt Gen Sir Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston; V Adm Sir Roger John Brownlow Keyes, 1st Bt; Gen Hon Sir Herbert Alexander Lawrence; Hon Sir Thomas Mackenzie; Lt Gen Sir William Raine Marshall; John Masefield; Gen Rt Hon Sir John Grenfell Maxwell; Cyril F Mayne; Rt Hon William St John Fremantle Brodrick, 1st Earl of Midleton; Lt Col Frederick Cunliffe-Owen; Malcom Ross; Gottlieb Frederick Henry Schuler; William Henry Triggs; Col Isaac Unsworth; George Hubert Wilkins; (Henry) Spenser Wilkinson; FM Sir Henry Hughes Wilson, 1st Bt; Leslie Wylde. 1 file


HAMILTON: 7/10/13

1921 Jul 16-1921 Dec 2

Correspondence between Hamilton and Maj Gen Frederick Hammersley, former General Officer Commanding 11 (Northern) Div, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, regarding Hammersley's criticisms of statements made by Hamilton in his Gallipoli diary (Edward Arnold, London, 1920), which implied that officers and men of 11 Div had appeared subdued at Imbros on 6 Aug 1915, and Hamilton's letter to FM Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and Broome, Secretary of State for War, of 11 Aug 1915, in which Hamilton stated that Hammersley had promised on 8 Aug 1915 that his 32 Bde would advance on Anafarta Sagir, Gallipoli. 1 file, 12 letters


HAMILTON: 7/10/14

1960 Jun 15-22

Letters from Morley Kennerley, of Faber and Faber Ltd, publishers, to Maj John (Francis Allen) North, and from North to Mary Forbes Shield, in regard to forwarding of papers of Brig Gen Sir Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson Baikie. 2 letters

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