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Papers comprising correspondence, a diary, articles, lectures, broadcasts and press cuttings
Including letters from Admiral of the Fleet Lord Jellicoe, 1906-34 (168), with other letters and papers about Jellicoe; papers about the Battle of Jutland, 1916-55; and papers about the Invergordon Mutiny, 1931-7.
The papers include: Millis Jefferis's copies of M.D.1 correspondence; administration files on staffing and weapons development; research files on the development of individual weapons; Macrae's patent claims, which include original material on the development of the weapons concerned; Macrae's diaries from his time at M.D.1; some material from Macrae's memoirs, "Winston Churchill's Toyshop".
Account of Hampton's experiences as a battery Commander, Royal Artillery, in France and Belgium, 1940, and in Normandy, 1944. No other biographical details for Hampton are known to Churchill Archives Centre..
Rotblat’s personal archive includes working papers, notebooks, correspondence, lectures and photographs and documents his scientific career (including his research in atomic physics at the University of Liverpool and medical physics at St Bartholomew's Hospital) and the Pugwash organisation and conferences. There is a separate section covering Rotblat’s involvement with various societies and organisations. The remainder of the collection is still being catalogued and remains closed.
- Weapons 4
- Second World War (1939-1945) 2
- Battle of Jutland (1916) 1
- Belgium 1
- Engineering 1
- France 1
- Journalism 1
- Military equipment 1
- Mutiny 1
- Naval personnel 1
- Nuclear disarmament 1
- Nuclear weapons 1
- Physics 1 ∧ less
- Dreyer, Frederic Charles, Sir, 1878 - 1956 (Knight, Admiral) 1
- Hampton, Philip G (b ? 1910, Major RA) 1
- Jellicoe, John Rushworth, 1859 - 1935 (1st Earl Jellicoe, Admiral of the Fleet) 1
- Macrae, Robert Stuart, c1900 - c1980 (mechanical engineer) 1
- Pollen, Arthur Joseph Hungerford, 1866 - 1937 (inventor) 1
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.