Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Map gridded at 5000 yard intervals. Printed on paper.
Annotated map, believed to have been owned by McCleland and used during his time fighting in Belgium in the First World War.
Includes a manual, issued by Allied High Command, with advice and help on matters such as building a refuge, first aid and food distribution during a German invasion.
Correspondence and papers regarding Belgium
Briefings and other papers relating to the Brussels European Council meeting, 19-20 March 1984, 1984-03
Includes: correspondence with John MacGregor MP (Minister of State, MAFF), relating to the Common Agricultural Policy, and with Ian Gow MP
Comprising: Home, Clevedon, Eton; Sandhurst and Examinations; The Grenadier Guards; Racing: a Story of the Inevitable; Ireland; Canada; South African War 1900-1902; Tennis, Hunting, Stalking, Golf, Fishing and Shooting; The First German War: France and Belgium; Italy; Some Notes on the Battle of Vittorio Veneto and After; From Aldershot to Washington; and War Office 1922-26.
With correspondence with Field Marshal Sir William Robertson, 1925 (2).
Correspondence regarding foreign observatories, including those in Czechoslovakia, Italy, Mexico, Switzerland, Argentina, Turkey, Portugal, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Finland and Denmark.
Correspondence regarding foreign observatories, including observatories in Turkey, Italy, Poland, Argentina, Belgium, Sweden and India.
Correspondence with Belgian observatories, including correspondence with P.F. Swings of the Institute of Astrophysics, University of Liege, and correspondence with M. Vandekerkhove, Royal Observatory, Belgium, regarding the death of His Majesty King George VI.
Correspondence with Belgian observatories, including P. Bourgeois of the Royal Observatory, Belgium.
Correspondence with foreign observatories, including those in Finland, Belgium, Mexico, South Africa (the Union Observatory), Italy, Sweden, Japan, Switzerland, Rome, Argentina and Brazil.
Diary and medical notebook relating to Belgium and Holland visit, 30 Nov - 4 Dec 1944, 1944-11 - 1944-12
Diary annotated 'Odyssey No. 3'. Whitby is in the Nijmegen salient, which is still being shelled. He mentions the Prime Minister (although but doubtful if he was on this trip). Notebook annotated 'B. L. A.' recording visits to hospitals and others met on the tour, discussions of blood stocks, treatments for patients seen etc.
Written on blank spaces of a printed almanac. Attached at beginning is a journal by Romilly of a tour in Holland and Belgium, Sep. 1818.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, manuscripts of books, articles, lectures, broadcasts, preparatory notes, copies of original papers used in research, card indexes, subject files for the official naval history of the Second World War, press cuttings, microfilms and photographs.
Pembroke holds five volumes and one draft volume of Montague Garrard Drake’s travel diaries, written on paper with vellum limp binding and leather ties.
Includes correspondence, sermons, lectures, articles and other miscellaneous papers.
Journal kept by LSA during the defence of Antwerp [Belgium] and the subsequent Allied retreat, including LSA's later written account of events.
Journal kept by LSA during and after the first battle of Ypres [Belgium], including extracts from accounts by other soldiers.
Notes kept by LSA during and after the first battle of Ypres [Belgium], including: messages to and from the 7th Division; written narrative of events by Major-General Thompson Capper [7th Division]; war diary of the 7th Division; operation orders of the division; brigade reports and staff diaries, particularly of the 22nd Brigade [of the 7th Division]; notes of a talk with Major-General Sydney Lawford [22nd Brigade].
Notes kept by LSA during and after the first battle of Ypres [Belgium], including: accounts of the battle by other soldiers; orders and messages of the 20th Brigade [of 7th Division]; accounts of actions by individual soldiers.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.