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

Papers relating to The revolution in warfare (Faber; Yale University Press, 1946)

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LIDDELL HART: 9/23 Papers relating to The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART (Faber; Yale University Press, 1946)


LIDDELL HART: 9/23/1

[1944-1945]

Manuscript of The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART, annotated, 'written July-August 1944, with short Epilogue added in October 1945'. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/23/2-3

[1944-1945]

Typescripts of The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART, corrected with additions in manuscript and typescript. 2 files


LIDDELL HART: 9/23/4-6

[1945]

Galley proofs of The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART, with corrections and typescript of epilogue. 3 files


LIDDELL HART: 9/23/7

[1945]

Page proof of The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/23/8

[1944-1945]

Manuscript and typed notes relating to The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART including epilogue and index and correspondence from Francis W Hirst. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/23/9

1946-1948

Press reviews of The revolution in warfare by LIDDELL HART, including 'Total War' by Samuel Henry Fergus Johnston Spectator, 2 May 1946, 'La révolution dans la guerre' (in French) by Edmond Delage Le Monde, 20 Apr 1946; 'The changing face of war' by George Orwell Manchester Evening News, 4 Apr 1946; 'War's greatest novel' by Allen Hutt Daily Worker, 8 Apr 1946; '"Farsighted realism" of "moderation in warfare",' by Frederic S Marquardt Chicago Sun, Chicago, Illinois USA, 3 Aug 1947, and 'Kan en my Krig undgaas?' (in Danish) by Cai Schaffalitzky de Muckadell Berlingske Aftenavis, Copenhagen, 25 Jul 1948 with a typescript English translation as 'Can another war be avoided?'; file also contains correspondence including Rt Hon Clement Richard Attlee, Prime Minister; Gen Sir Frederick Alfred Pile; Sardar Kavalam Madava Panikkar, Prime Minister of Bikaner State, India; Sir Osbert Sitwell; A G Newton, private secretary to the Rt Hon Sir (Richard) Stafford Cripps; Brig Karl Vere Barker-Benfield; George P Gooch, Very Reverend Cuthbert Carroll Thicknesse, Dean of St Albans; Sir William John Haley; D A Britten; Cyril Edwin Mitchinson Joad, Head of Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck College; and Christopher Buckley, of Daily Telegraph. 1 file

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