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"Naval mutineer", Memoirs
Memoir of the "Invergordon mutiny" in September 1931 when the British Atlantic Fleet, anchored at Invergordon in the Cromerty Firth in Scotland, mutinied in the face of a pay cut
The Papers of Captain A. R. Henderson relating to Invergordon
These papers mostly consist of copies of official letters and documents from the time of the Invergordon mutiny in September 1931. There are also letters written to Henderson by Rear-Admiral Tomkinson, as well as press cuttings relating to Admiral Keyes raising a question about the Admiralty's treatment of Tomkinson from 1934.
The Papers of Vice-Admiral Wilfred Tomkinson
Many of the papers relate to the Invergordon Mutiny and Tomkinson's subsequent treatment by the Admiralty. The British attacks on Zeebrugge and Ostend in 1918 also feature in some of the documents. Tomkinson left a large number of photographs which illustrate his naval career and his family life.
- Subject: Invergordon X
- Naval personnel 2
- First World War (1914-1918) 1
- Henderson, Andrew Richmond, 1891 - 1966 (Captain Royal Navy) 1
- Keyes, Roger John Brownlow, 1872 - 1945 (1st Baron Keyes of Zeebrugge and of Dover, Admiral of the Fleet) 1
- Tomkinson, Wilfred, 1877 - 1971 (Vice-Admiral) 1
- Wincott, Leonard, fl1931 (naval mutineer) 1