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LIDDELL HART, Capt Sir Basil Henry (1895-1970)

Diaries, diary notes and memoranda, 1946-1950

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LIDDELL HART: 11/1946-1950 Diaries, diary notes and memoranda, 1946-1950


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/1

1946

Appointments diary kept by LIDDELL HART. With typescript copy


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/2

1946 Mar

Reflection by LIDDELL HART on the importance of the inadequate road system in the German invasion of the Soviet Union


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/3

1946 May 22

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Charles Noel Frank Broad, Col Commandant, Royal Tank Regiment, about inter-war mechanisation, and various personalities including Maj Gen Sir Percy Cleghorn Stanley Hobart, formerly Commander of 79 Armoured Div, and the late FM Sir John Greer Dill, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, 1940-41


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/4

1946 May 26-1946 Jun 1

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Col Francis Herbert Maynard and Brig John Alan Lyde Caunter concerning the Battle of Mareth, an assault led by Gen Bernard Law Montgomery on Italo-German positions in Tunisia, 20-26 March 1943, and on British forces currently serving in Germany


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/5

1946 Jun 2

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Col Stevens, concerning the North African campaigns during World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/6

1946 Jun 11

Notes by LIDDELL HART on the Russian campaign during World War Two (providing answers to questions proposed by Gen Gifford le Quesne Martel), principally on supply, and the Russian navy


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/7

1946 Jun 24

Notes by LIDDELL HART on the Russian campaign during World War Two, mainly on the Russian order of battle at the outbreak of war in the Soviet Union


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/8

1946 Jul 23

Note by LIDDELL HART from Alexander Clifford on allegations of war crimes committed by Australian troops during World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/9

1946 Aug 22-27

Reflections by LIDDELL HART on the talents required of important philosophers, and on historical judgment in the broadest sense


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/10

1946 Oct 19

Notes by LIDDELL HART on talks with the journalist Lt Col (Humphry) Frank Owen and Sir William (Henry) Clark, formerly High Commissioner in Canada, 1928-1934, and the Union of South Africa, 1934-1939, on the Rt Hon Winston (Leonard Spencer) Churchill, former Prime Minister


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/11

1946 Nov 2

Note by LIDDELL HART on the comparative effects of bombing between the Allies and Germany during World War Two, taken from a lecture by Professor Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett, Langworthy Professor of Physics, University of Manchester


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/12

1946 Nov 24

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Christopher Buckley on FM Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, and especially on the battle of Mareth, Tunisia, 20-26 March 1943


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/13

[1946]

Summary by LIDDELL HART of the current economic situation of the UK


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/14

[1946]

Note by LIDDELL HART on the UK's pre-war defence problems


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/15

[1946]

General opinions on World War Two by LIDDELL HART, including the undesirability of the pursuit of the unconditional surrender of Germany in view of consequent Russian pre-eminence in Eastern and Central Europe


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/16

[1946]

Note by LIDDELL HART on the futility of the pursuit of victory at all costs, leading to British national bankruptcy and the pre-eminence of the Soviet Union in Eastern and Central Europe


LIDDELL HART: 11/1946/17

1946-1947

LIDDELL HART's opinion on Chapter 15 'Maginot and LIDDELL HART' in Makers of Modern Strategy, Military thought from Machiavelli to Hitler, edited by Professor Edward Mead Earle. (Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1944)


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/1

1947

Appointments diary kept by LIDDELL HART. With typescript copy


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/2

1947 Feb 12

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Charles Noel Frank Broad about various personalities including Gen Sir William Joseph Slim and FM Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, and on tanks


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/3

1947 Feb 14

Note by LIDDELL HART from Lt Gen Sir Giffard le Quesne Martel on the British and French counter-attack on Arras on 21 May 1940


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/4

1947 Feb 16-18

Talks with W Clark and the Rt Hon Richard Howard Stafford Crossman on the Middle East,German prisoners of war, and the coal crisis


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/5

1947 Feb 20

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Gen Sir William Joseph Slim, Commandant of the Imperial Defence College, on Burma in World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/6

1947 May 4

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Chester (Reginald William Winchester Wilmot) Wilmot, on the campaign in Normandy during World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/7-12

1947 Jun-Aug

Notes by LIDDELL HART on LIDDELL HART's tour of World War Two battlefields in the West, especially the D-Day landing beaches 'Utah' and 'Omaha'


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/13

1947 Jun 29

Notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Pierre Comert concerning French politics and society, in particular, the Roman Catholic Church and the Communist Party in France


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/14

1947 Jul 18

List compiled by LIDDELL HART of those personalities whom Brig (Richard) Michael (Power) Carver, Technical Staff Officer, Ministry of Supply, commented on in a discussion with LIDDELL HART (without the text of the discussion itself). These personalities included Gen Richard Nugent O'Connor, Adjutant-General to the Forces


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/15

1947 Aug 19

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gen Sir Percy Cleghorn Stanley Hobart, on the 8 Corps' stroke from the Orne bridgehead 18 Jul 1944


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/16

1947 Aug 20

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gen Sir Percy Cleghorn Stanley Hobart, about the Auxiliary Territorial Service


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/17

1947 Aug 22

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Gifford le Quesne Martel, about German behaviour in the Soviet Union during World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/18

1947 [Oct 29]

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Eamon De Valera, Taoiseach and Minister for External Affairs in the Government of Ireland, listing the wide range of topics covered in the talk (without the discussion itself), mainly international relations


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/19

1947 Nov 1

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gen George Mackintosh Lindsay, Col Comdt, Royal Tank Reg, 1938-1947, about the origins of the tank, FM William Edmound Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside of Archangel and Ironside in India, on the feud between the late FM Sir Archibald Armar Montgomery-Massingberd, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, 1933-1936, and Gen Sir John (Theodosius) Burnett-Stuart of Dens and Crichie, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Command, 1934-1938, and ADC General to the King, 1935-1938


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/20

1947 Nov 11

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Col Sir John Keane, a Royal Field Artillery officer during World War One, on tanks in World War One, in particular, the Tank Directorate, spares and repair facilities


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/21

1947 Nov 29

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Col Anthony King-Harmon, on the shortcomings of new air defence, and on the problems with conscription


LIDDELL HART: 11/1947/22

1947 Dec 30

Note by LIDDELL HART from Gen Sir Frederick Alfred Pile, Col-Comdt, Royal Artillery, on air defence in World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/1

1948

Appointments diary kept by LIDDELL HART. with typescript copy


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/2

1948 Jan

Note by LIDDELL HART comparing the impact on command effectiveness of an increase in War Office bureaucracy, between 1938 and 1948


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/3

1948 Feb 11

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Francis Ivan Simms Tuker, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Eastern Command, India, 1946-1947, concerning the situation before the Battle of El Alamein (23 Oct-4 Nov 1942), and the Battle of Gazala, near Tobruk, NE Libya, 28 May-13 June 1942


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/4

1948 Feb 20

Note by LIDDELL HART entitled 'A historical sidelight on armoured warfare' on the use of mobile forces in the American Civil War, and the influence of evolving British armoured tactics on German generals in World War Two, in particular, Gen Heinz Guderian


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/5

1948 Feb 21

Notes by LIDDELL HART on the divisional strength of the British Army


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/6

1948 Mar 7

Reflection by LIDDELL HART entitled 'The European situation-deeper currents', on the effect on freedom among the Allied powers of the pursuit of total war during World War Two, on the threat of an authoritarianism developing in response to Soviet Communism, and the role of a reactionary Christianity in this response


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/7

1948 Mar 29

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Giffard le Quesne Martel, about current conscription, FM Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount of Alamein, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, 1946-1948, on the situation in Czechoslovakia, and on the Tank Corps in 1916


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/8

1948 Apr 14

Notes by LIDDELL HART on a debate on the Territorial Army in the House of Lords


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/9

1948 Apr 22

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with the Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell, Secretary of State for War, on inter-war mechanisation, the current army command, the drawbacks of conscription, and the current situation in the Middle East


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/10

1948 Apr 25

Note by LIDDELL HART on current developments in the Army, on recent increases in manpower, difficulties in increasing the size of tank guns, standardisation of mechanical specifications, and the optimum size of the corps front


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/11

1948 May 22

Diary note by LIDDELL HART entitled 'Forecast-Israel v The Arab Nations' on the prospects of war in the Middle East


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/12

1948 May 23

Brief reflection by LIDDELL HART on free thought and manners


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/13

1948 May 25

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with the Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell, Secretary of State for War, and his Parliamentary Private Secretary, Col George Edward Cecil Wigg, on army organisation, in particular the need to reduce manpower, the size of units, the difficulty of locating reforming officers, and on the drawbacks of conscription


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/14

1948 May 28

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Sir Eric Bourne Bentinck Speed, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for War, on various personalities at the War Office including the Secretary of State, the Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell, army organisation, the use of ex-officers as reforming advisers, on the role of a wide range of personalities at the War Office, and conscription


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/15-18

1948 Jun

Notes by LIDDELL HART on senior soldiers who might be capable of carrying out a plan of army reconstruction, and a letter to the Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell, Secretary of State for War


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/19

1948 Jul

Notes by LIDDELL HART comparing Soviet and US divisional strength and rates of mobilisation


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/20

1948 [Aug 31]

Brief note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with FM Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, on army organisation, mainly the Territorial Army and current divisional strength


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/21

1948 Sep 8

Note by LIDDELL HART from Brig A E Langhorne on General Maurice Gamelin's optimistic view of the chances of success of France and the UK in 1939-1940


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/22

1948 Sep 19

Note by LIDDELL HART on Maj Gen Sir Percy Cleghorn Stanley Hobart, Col Comdt, Royal Tank Regiment, Lt Gen Sir Gifford le Quesne Martel and the use of parachute troops to clear an advance path for tanks during World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/23

1948 [Sep]

Notes by LIDDELL HART from a Military Affairs article on the Battle of Britain, with statistics of the weight of bombs dropped on the UK in various Luftwaffe raids


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/24

1948 Nov 15

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Charles Noel Frank Broad, Col Comdt, Royal Tank Regiment 1939-1947, on the killing of German prisoners-of-war during the Somme offensive, 24 June-13 Nov 1916


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/25

1948 Nov 16

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Lt Gen Sir Charles Noel Frank Broad, Col Comdt, Royal Tank Regiment, 1939-1947, on FM Archibald Percival Wavell, 1st Earl Wavell, Viceroy and Governor-General of India, 1943-1947, and Brig John Alan Lyde Caunter, Brigadier General-Staff GHQ, India, 1941-1943 at Delhi


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/26

1948 Nov 24

Notes by LIDDELL HART on some points in the speeches of Samuel John Gurney Hoare, 1st Viscount Templewood of Chelsea and MRAF Hugh Montague Trenchard, 1st Viscount Trenchard of Wolfeton, Chief of the Air Staff, 1918-1929, in a debate on the RAF in the House of Lords. Mainly on the dangers of overestimating the importance of air supremacy, drawing on various examples from World War Two, and relating these to future policy regarding the Soviet Union, warning of the technical competence of Soviet airforce engineers, and of underestimating the quality of the Russian army, the dangers of a Soviet submarine blockade of the UK, and LIDDELL HART's recommendations for the future composition and size of a British Army designed to counter the possibility of a Soviet advance into Western Europe


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/27

1948 Dec 13

Note by LIDDELL HART comparing the BEF in 1914 and 1939


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/28

1948 Dec 14

Note by LIDDELL HART on the Ardennes as a potential route for mechanised forces, with regard to World War One, and the neglect of defences against mechanised forces because of the belief in its impassibility, on the German blitzkrieg in 1940


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/29

1948 Dec 20

Note by LIDDELL HART dictated by Maj Gen George Mackintosh Lindsay, Col Comdt, Royal Tank Regiment, 1938-1947, on the current organisation of civil defence in the UK


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/30

[1948]

Note by LIDDELL HART on the effectiveness of nerve gas agents, and the possibility of their use against the Soviet Union


LIDDELL HART: 11/1948/31-38

[1948]

Various notes on LIDDELL HART and the conception and development of mechanised warfare, in particular deep penetration methods in Mongol warfare, the American Civil War, and the German blitzkrieg, the evolution of LIDDELL HART's conception of the mobile division in pre-war articles and books, 'tank marines', and the role of analogies in military thought on the tank. See also LH 11/ND/276-308


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/1

1949

Appointments diary kept by LIDDELL HART. With typescript copy


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/2

1949 Jan 11

Note by LIDDELL HART on a discussion with Geoffrey Francis Hudson concerning the suggestion of spraying radio-active dust to halt a Soviet invasion of Western Europe


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/3

1949 Jan 28

Extract from a letter to a German friend, on current and recent relations between Germany and the UK


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/4

1948 Feb 8-1948 Mar 16

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Eliot Joseph Benn Rose (Jim Rose), Literary Editor of The Observer, the publisher Michael Joseph and the war correspondent Cyril Ray concerning alleged Allied war crimes during World War Two


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/5

1949 Feb 14

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gen (George) Philip (Bradley) Roberts, Director, Royal Armoured Corps at the War Office, on new tank design, disagreement with the US about the efficacy of greater mobility in tanks, the need to manufacture tanks of a higher quality than those of the Soviet Union to bridge a deficiency in numbers, and on the possibility of integrated armoured regiments


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/6

1949 Feb

Note by LIDDELL HART on the Armoured Div in 1949, and on the 1949/50 armed forces estimates


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/7

1949 Mar 3-15

Notes by LIDDELL HART on parliamentary debates on the armed forces


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/8

1949 Mar 12

Note by LIDDELL HART on the organisation and distribution of the British Army in 1937 and 1939


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/9

1949 Mar 15

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Sir Archibald Rowlands (Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Supply) and Sir George Wilfred Turner (Permament Under Secretary of War Office) about rockets as a replacement for fighter aircraft in air defence, and on improvements in the functioning of the War Office


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/10

1949 Mar 15-27

Talks with AM Sir George Clark Pirie (Air Member of Supply and Organisation) and Aidan Merivale Crawley, MP, on conscription, defence organisation, plans for a new strategic bomber force, and the need for the Royal Navy to concentrate on anti-submarine warfare as opposed to battleships


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/11

1949 Mar 17

Note by LIDDELL HART on the question of the commitments and strength of the British Army, warning of the small divisional strength of the army in relation to its manpower size


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/12

1949 Apr 4

Note by LIDDELL HART on US aircraft production from 1934 to present


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/13

1949 Apr 11

Notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gen (George) Philip (Bradley) Roberts, Director of the Royal Armoured Corps, about American forces, and on British tanks


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/14

1949 Apr 20

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Jon Kimche and W Clark about the Arabs and Israelis


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/15

1949 Apr 25

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India, on India's position in the world


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/16

1949 Jul 11

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gustav Lindgren, on Sweden's armed forces, mainly force level statistics


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/17

1949 Sep 9

Reflections by LIDDELL HART on experts, and how they are frequently mistaken


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/18

1949 Nov 10

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Maj Gen Harold (English) Pyman concerning the defence of Middle East against Russian attack


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/19

1949 Nov 11

Notes by LIDDELL HART on a speech at the Royal Tank Regiment dinner by FM Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount of Mongomery of Alamein, on the need to court Germany and on schisms in the French military


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/20-21

1949 Nov 17-1949 Dec 16

Reflections by LIDDELL HART on Roman Catholicism and on socialism


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/22

1949 Nov 29

Diary notes kept by LIDDELL HART on his pessimistic opinions about civil defence measures against atomic attack on the UK


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/23

1949-1955

Notes by LIDDELL HART on force levels in NATO, mainly statistics


LIDDELL HART: 11/1949/24

1949

Notes by LIDDELL HART on the cost of British armoured forces under different procurement scenarios


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/1

1950

Appointments diary kept by LIDDELL HART. With a typescript copy


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/2

1950 Jan

Notes by LIDDELL HART on an article entilted 'British generalship 1914-1918 and 1939-1945-A comparison' by Brig Cyril Nelson Barclay in Army Quarterly (Jan 1950), mainly criticisms by LIDDELL HART on Barclay's comparison of the War Cabinet in 1917-1918, and during World War Two, comparing the Rt Hon David Lloyd George with the Rt Hon Winston (Leonard Spencer) Churchill, on generalship, and the relative weight of defensive and offensive tactics between the two World Wars


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/3

1950 Feb 1

Note by LIDDELL HART on the details of proposed German rearmament


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/4

1950 Feb 8

Note by LIDDELL HART on American policy towards Germany, Japan and the Soviet Union, in particular on building up German and Japanese defences as buffers to the Soviet Union


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/5

1950 Feb 19

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Gen Jean Joseph Marie Gabriel de Lattre de Tassigny. Concerning the defence of Western Europe, relations with FM Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, and on the Rommel family


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/6

1950 Mar

Statistics by LIDDELL HART on the current strength of the RAF


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/7

1950 Apr 2

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Gen Jean Joseph Marie Gabriel de Lattre de Tassigny, concerning the defence of Western Europe, in particular the need to bring Germany into the defensive partnership, dangers of US isolationism, a consequntly enlarged contribution by the British to Continental land forces, and the need for defensive positions to begin as far East as possible, discussions on tank design, and criticisms of Centurion tanks


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/8

1950 May 15

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with the Rt Hon Emanuel Shinwell, about the strength of British forces


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/9

1950 May

Note by LIDDELL HART of intended changes of organisation of the armoured division, with detailed statistics, especially of equipment


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/10-26

1950 Jun-Aug

Note by LIDDELL HART on discussion with French, German, Belgian and Dutch statesmen and soldiers whilst LIDDELL HART conducted a continental tour. Especially relating to the World War One, and post 1945 Europe, in particular the Council of Europe, the current mood of passivism in Germany, German rearmament, and the situation in Korea


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/27

1950 Jun 10

Note by LIDDELL HART on the situation in Korea


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/28

1950 Aug 8-1951 Feb 2

Extracts from newspaper reports on the divisional strengths of the UK, France, Italy and the US, in Western Europe and around the world


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/29

1950 Aug 23-1950 Oct 14

Notes by LIDDELL HART on current and proposed tank design, with equipment statistics and specifications


LIDDELL HART: 111/1950/30

1950 Aug 24

Notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Gen Jean Joseph Marie Gabriel de Lattre de Tassigny, on the divisional and airforce strengths of Western forces in Europe


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/31

1950 Aug 27

Notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Gen Sir Frederick Alfred Pile, Col Comdt, Royal Artillery, on the Centurion tank


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/32

1950 Sep 1

Note by LIDDELL HART comparing British and Soviet divisional stength and organisation, principally tree diagrams and statistics


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/33

1950 Sep 5

Note by LIDDELL HART on the strength and distribution of the Red Army


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/34

1950 Oct 9

Brief notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with Gen Jean Joseph Marie Gabriel de Lattre de Tassigny, on German rearmament, new tank guns, and the Korean War


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/35

1950 Oct 9-22

Notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with the Rt Hon John Freeman, Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Supply, about tank production, difficulties in the sharing of information between the US and the UK, the career prospects of Gen Sir Frederick Alfred Pile, spending on atomic research and problems with M.I.5


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/36

1950 Oct

Note by LIDDELL HART for his memoirs, with a concentration on LIDDELL HART's early career, and on military thought in general


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/37

1950 Nov 23-1951 Jan 6

Notes by LIDDELL HART on discussion with, and two notes from, Col Antoine Argoud, concerning various French army personalities, and the specification of a 40 ton prototype tank


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/38

1950 Nov 29

Opinion of LIDDELL HART on some of the officers LIDDELL HART met at a recent visit to the Staff College


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/39

1950 Nov

Note by LIDDELL HART on the distribution and size of Soviet forces in Germany and Eastern Europe


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/40

[1950]

Brief note by LIDDELL HART on Israel and the Middle East, with the mobilisation strength of Israel in time of war, and deficiencies in Israeli equipment


LIDDELL HART: 11/1950/41

1950

Report by LIDDELL HART on 'Blind Victory. Secret communications, Halifax-Hassell' by John Lonsdale Bryans (Skeffington and Son, London, 1951)

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