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

Papers relating and miscellaneous items related to Liddell Hart's books

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LIDDELL HART: 9/32 Papers relating and miscellaneous items related to LIDDELL HART's books


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/1

1931-1939

Cuttings of French reviews from publications 1931-1939, including Candide, L'Ouest, Journal des Debats, L'Aéro, Etude (Philadelphia, USA), Revue des Deux-Mondes, Le Charivari and L'Action Française of LIDDELL HART's books including Réputations, La guerre moderne, Scipion l'africain, La vie du colonel Lawrence, The British way in warfare, Foch, man of Orleans, and L'Europe en Armes. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/2

1931-1961

Cuttings of Scandinavian reviews including Dagens Frågor, Vårt-Hem, Dagens Nyheter, Vort Værn, Göteborgs Handelstidning, Arbetet, Uus Eesti (Tallin, Estonia), Aftonbladet, Dagbladet (Oslo), Svensk Tidshreft, Svenska Dagbladet and Trelleborge Allehanda of LIDDELL HART books including A greater than Napoleon, Scipio Africanus, T.E. Lawrence-i Arabien og efter (Danish translation by Iver Gudme of 'T E Lawrence' in Arabia and after), Deterrent or defence and War in the modern world. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/3

1934-1957

Press reviews and articles in German including Prager Presse (Prague); Österreichische Wehzeitung (Vienna); Bergwerkszeitung (Dusseldorf); Kölnische Zeitung (Cologne); Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Zurich, Switzerland); and Frankfurter Zeitung, of LIDDELL HART's books including Oberst Lawrence, der kreuzfahrer des 20. jahrhunderts and When Britain goes to war; including a manuscript summary of five 'German press cuttings'; 'Is the pen mightier than the sword?' a typescript translation from Militär-Wochenblatt, 11 May 1934; letter from Charles Roden-Buxton, 1 Apr 1940 containing a typed extract on LIDDELL HART from a leading article from the Baseler National Zeitung, 1 Mar 1940 with separate manuscript containing an English translation; and 'The possibility of English help for France in case of war' Deutsche Wehr-Politik, 11 and 18 Aug 1938, in English translation with copy of original article in German. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/4

1931-1940

Press reviews and articles in Dutch from publications 1931-1940, including Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, De Volkskrant, Vooruit, De Gelderlander, Utrechtsch Nieuwsblad, Haagsche Courant, including reviews of LIDDELL HART's books, especially Europa mobiliseert (Europe in Arms) translated by Spectator, (Contact, Amsterdam, 1938) and The defence of Britain; including correspondence from S Tas, Amsterdam with the text of 'Military perspectives' an article (for Sep 1937) on Europe in Arms. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/5

1932-1961

Press reviews and articles in Italian from publications 1932-1961, including Il Tevere, La Nazione, L'Ambrosiano, L' Ora, L'Europeo and Il Lavoro including reviews of LIDDELL HART's books, especially Europe in Arms; alsoincluding'Modern strategy' a typescript English translation of article (included) 'Strategia moderna' by Silvio Volta Il Lavoro, Genoa, 8 May 1936. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/6

1936-1939

Press reviews and articles from various East European publications 1936-1939, including Facla (Bucharest), Universul (Bucharest), Narodni Stred (Prague) and Venkov (Prague) including reviews of LIDDELL HART's books including The war in outline, When Britain goes to war, 'T E Lawrence' in Arabia and after and Lawrence to his biographers. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/7

1935-1961

Articles from overseas journals including Diario de Lisboa (Lisbon, Portugal), Moscow Literary Gazette (Literaturnaya Gazeta), La Luz (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and various publications in Hebrew. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/8

[1934]

Press cuttings and advance notice for LIDDELL HART's projected book Men of war 1934 to be published by Simon and Schuster, including typescript chapters on Hannibal and Albert Eusebius von Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland and Mecklenburg, Prince of Sagan, the Austrian general. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/9

[1934-1967]

Lists, some annotated, for recipients of complementary copies of various books by LIDDELL HART, including The revolution in warfare, Why don't we learn from history?, The strategy of indirect approach, Dynamic Defence, Europe in Arms, The British way in warfare, The real war 1914-1918, Defence of the West, The other side of the hill and Deterrent or defence; with typed list, 'Dates of writing articles and books' covering 1925-1941 listing articles used as sources for individual chapters of his books; list, 'Sales of my books up to the end of 1940'. With advertising matter and correspondence with Rt Hon Herbert Stanley Morrison, MP, Capt H W Henzel, US Marine Corps, editor of Marine Corps Gazette, and with publishers including Morley Kennerley, Faber and Faber; Philip Unwin, George Allen and Unwin; Eunice E Frost, Penguin books; Desmond Flower and E S Harper, Cassell and company; Ronald J Politzer, Collins; and Robert L Crowell, Thomas Y Crowell. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/10

1928-1937

Press reviews of books by LIDDELL HART such as Reputations; A greater than Napoleon, Scipio Africanus and Foch, the man of Orleans; advertisements offering his books for sale, and articles on military history including 'Whither Europe?' by Sir (John) Evelyn (Leslie) Wrench, Daily Mail, 24 Sep 1934; 'Modern armies and modern warfare' by Guglielmo Ferrero, Illustrated London News, 8 Dec 1934; 'The war in outline' review in The Times of A history of the great war, 1914-18 by Charles Robert Mowbray Fraser Cruttwell (Oxford, Clarendon, 1935); 'Delville Wood' by Major Burgess Natal Witness (Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 17 Jul 1937) and 'Why the South hates Sherman' by Peveral H Peake American Mercury, Aug 1937. 1 file


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/11

1925-1930

Publications including Bulletin Belge des Sciences Militaires, Dec 1925, Jan 1926,2 issues; Truth, 3 Nov 1926, 1 issue; Royal Army Service Corps Quarterly, 1927, 4 issues; History, Apr 1927, 1 issue; The Bookman, Aug 1927, 1 issue; Revue Militaire Française, Mar and Apr 1927, 2 issues and The Criterion, Jul and Oct 1930, 2 issues. 13 vols


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/12

1925-1929

Press cuttings of reviews of Paris, or the future of war (Kegan Paul and Co, London, 1925), 1925-1929, A science of infantry tactics simplified (3rd edition, W Clowes and Sons, London, 1926), 1926, The lawn tennis masters unveiled (Arrowsmith, London, 1926), 1926-1927, A greater than Napoleon: Scipio Africanus (W Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London, 1926), 1926-1928, and The remaking of modern armies (John Murray, London, 1927), 1927. 1 vol


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/13

1925-1931

Press cuttings comprising reviews of Great captains unveiled (W Blackwood and Sons, London and Edinburgh, 1927), 1927-1928, and Reputations: ten years after (John Murray, London, 1928), 1927-1929, and articles referring to LIDDELL HART or his writings, 1925-1931. 1 vol


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/14

1928-1934

Press cuttings of reviews of The decisive wars of history (G Bell and Sons, London, 1929), 1929-1930, Sherman: soldier, realist, American (Dodd, Mead and Co, New York, 1929) and Sherman: the genius of the Civil War (Ernest Benn, London, 1930), 1928, 1930-1933, and The real war, 1914-1918 (Faber and Faber, London, 1930), 1930-1931, 1934. 1 vol


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/15

1931-1935

Press cuttings of reviews of Foch: the man of Orleans (Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1931), 1931, 1934, The British way in warfare (Faber and Faber, London, 1932), 1932-1934, The future of infantry (Faber and Faber, London, 1933), 1933, and The ghost of Napoleon (Faber and Faber, London, 1933), 1933-1935. 1 vol


LIDDELL HART: 9/32/16

1934-1937

Press cutting of reviews of A history of the World War, 1914-1918 (Faber and Faber, London, 1934), 1934-1935, 1937, When Britain goes to war (Faber and Faber, London, 1935), 1935, The war in outline, 1914-1918 (Faber and Faber, London, 1936), 1936-1937. 1 vol

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