Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
This section principally consists of the contents of Bagnold's large map cabinet and includes maps relating to his First World War service in France and Belgium, his explorations in North Africa and the Middle East (the 1932 expedition in particular) and the LRDG.
Includes: reports on Corbett's visits to Egypt and the Western Desert; papers on armoured tactics; intelligence reports; Corbett's proposals for reorganization of Armoured Divisions in the 10th Army; correspondence between Corbett and General Sir Claude Auchinleck, Commander-in-Chief, Middle East; analysis of operations at Cyrenaica [Libya]; Corbett's notes on tank operations in Egypt and Palestine; letters and papers on Corbett's departure from the Middle East.
1:4,000,000. Revised and reprinted by Royal Engineers. Printed on paper.
Material for map supplied by LRDG .
Annotated in red pencil.
An account of some seeds buried at a great depth in a sand-pit, which germinated; by Mr William Kemp of Galashiels in a letter to Charles Darwin Esqr
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin
Official: Board of Trade: Anglo-French Commercial Relations: notes and papers., 22 Dec 1907 - 08 Nov 1909
Includes: draft copies of a memorandum by WSC on reducing the dues charged by the Suez Canal Company; a letter from Prince Auguste d'Arenberg, President of the Administrative Council of the Suez Canal Company, on proposals to lower charges; notes and telegrams on securing good terms for British shipping, at a proposed convention with the Egyptian Government.
Correspondents include: Sir William Joynson-Hicks [Home Secretary, later 1st Lord Brentford] on the surveillance of Egyptians in London.Other subjects include: the risks of giving artillery to India.Also includes: a note [? by WSC] on retaining British control in Egypt.
Includes printed papers about affairs in the Soviet Union (including economic and agricultural difficulties) by Foreign Office officials including: Reginald Leeper; Sir Ronald Lindsay (8); P Gent (5); Harold Nicolson; Joseph Addison; Alvary Gascoigne (4); Sir Thomas Hohler and Horace Rumbold. Also includes covering letters from Sir Maurice Hankey, Cabinet Secretary, and a paper on the situation in Egypt.