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

Papers relating to service as Military Secretary, War Office, 1902-1903; Quarter Master General to the Forces, 1903-1904; Military Attach

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HAMILTON: 3/1/1-6 Diaries of Hamilton during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905


HAMILTON: 3/1/1

1904 May 27-1905 Feb 2

Pocket notebook kept by Hamilton as a foreign military attaché to the Japanese 1 Army during the Russo-Japanese War, comprising notes on military engagements, including capture of Russian positions at Kiuchorei, 26 Aug 1904, and the advance of 1 Army towards the River Sha-Ho, 11 Oct 1904, and discussions with Japanese officers, including Marshal Iwao Oyama, Chief of the General Staff, Japanese Gen Takemoti Kuroki and Prince Kuni, ADC to Kuroki, 26 Aug-14 Oct; list of letters dispatched, 27 May 1904-2 Feb 1905; glossary of Japanese words and phrases. 1 vol


HAMILTON: 3/1/2

1904 Aug 26-1904 Oct 14

Typed transcripts of Hamilton's notes as a foreign military attaché to the Japanese 1 Army during the Russo-Japanese War, comprising notes on military engagements, including capture of Russian positions at Kiuchorei, 26 Aug 1904, and the advance of 1 Army towards the River Sha-Ho, 11 Oct 1904, and discussions with Japanese officers, including Marshal Iwao Oyama, Chief of the General Staff, Japanese Gen Takemoti Kuroki and Prince Kuni, ADC to Kuroki, 26 Aug-14 Oct. 1 file


HAMILTON: 3/1/3

1904 Jul 31-1904 Oct 17

Diary kept by Hamilton as a foreign military attaché to the Japanese 1 Army during the Russo-Japanese War, comprising observations on Japanese military culture; notes on military engagements, including the Battle of Yoshirei, 31 Jul, capture of Russian position at Kiuchorei, 26 Aug, the Battle of Liao Yang, 3 Sep, the Battle of the Sha-Ho, 17 Oct; discussions with Japanese officers, including Marshal Iwao Oyama, Chief of the General Staff, Japanese Gen Takemoti Kuroki and Prince Kuni, ADC to Kuroki. 1 vol (Much of this material was used by Hamilton for his A Staff Officer's scrap-book during the Russo-Japanese War (Edward Arnold, London, 2 vols, 1905 & 1907)


HAMILTON: 3/1/4

1904 Oct 17-1905 Jan 30

Diary kept by Hamilton as a foreign military attaché to the Japanese 1 Army during the Russo-Japanese War, comprising observations on Japanese military culture; notes on military engagements, including the Battle of the Sha-Ho, 17 Oct 1904, and visits to battlefields of 203 Metre Hill, 20 Jan 1905, Nanshan, 24 Jan 1905, and Telissu, 27 Jan 1905; discussions with Japanese officers, including Marshal Iwao Oyama, Chief of the General Staff, Japanese Gen Takemoti Kuroki, Lt Gen Gentaro Kodama, Vice Chief of the General Staff, Gen Maresuke Nogi, Commander of Japanese 3 Army, Maj Gen S Fujii and Prince Kuni, ADC to Kuroki. 1 vol (Much of this material was used by Hamilton for his A Staff Officer's scrap-book during the Russo-Japanese War (Edward Arnold, London, 2 vols, 1905 & 1907)


HAMILTON: 3/1/5

1905 Jan 30-1905 Mar 4

Diary kept by Hamilton as a foreign military attaché to the Japanese 1 Army during the Russo-Japanese War, including his farewells to the Japanese Army, and his meetings with Meiji, Emperor of Japan, Marshal Aritomo Yamagata, Lt Gen Makakata [Masatake] Terauchi, Japanese Army Minister, Marshal Iwao Oyama, Chief of the General Staff, Japanese Gen Takemoti Kuroki, Lt Gen Gentaro Kodama, Vice Chief of the General Staff, Maj Gen Matsunagi, Chief of Staff to Gen Maresuke Nogi and Maj Gen S Fujii. 1 vol (Much of this material was used by Hamilton for his A Staff Officer's scrap-book during the Russo-Japanese War (Edward Arnold, London, 2 vols, 1905 & 1907)


HAMILTON: 3/1/6

1905 Jan 30-1905 Mar 4

Typed transcripts of diary kept by Hamilton as a foreign military attaché to the Japanese 1 Army during the Russo-Japanese War, including his farewells to the Japanese Army, and his meetings with Meiji, Emperor of Japan, Marshal Aritomo Yamagata, Lt Gen Makakata [Masatake] Terauchi, Japanese Army Minister, Marshal Iwao Oyama, Chief of the General Staff, Japanese Gen Takemoti Kuroki, Lt Gen Gentaro Kodama, Vice Chief of the General Staff, Maj Gen Matsunagi, Chief of Staff to Gen Maresuke Nogi and Maj Gen S Fujii. 1 file (Much of this material was used by Hamilton for his A Staff Officer's scrap-book during the Russo-Japanese War (Edward Arnold, London, 2 vols, 1905 & 1907)

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