Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
The papers cover every aspect of Lord Noel-Baker's very full and varied career and include constituency papers, Labour Party material, extensive sections on domestic and international affairs, peace and disarmament, sport, books and articles, speeches and correspondence.
Manuscript on Vincent's service in Burma [later Myanmar] and Sumatra [Indonesia], 1942.
Manuscript on Vincent's service in Burma [later Myanmar] as Air Officer Commanding 221 Group, South East Asia Air Forces, 1944-1945.
The Wilkinson Papers include three war journals, official telegrams and several files of official correspondence, and provide an extremely valuable record of British Intelligence in the Far East in the Second World War.
Annotated draft proofs.
Letters on subjects including: the journey to Singapore; settling in; visiting Java (Dutch East Indies [later Indonesia]), Malaya [later Malaysia], Rangoon and Mandalay [Burma, later Myanmar].
Includes early history of the Christison Family as well as Christison's account of his career.
The collection contains Leach's published and unpublished writings, research papers relating to his fieldwork in China, Botel Tobago, Burma, Ceylon, India and Nepal, and papers concerning his academic career.
Including: reviews of 'Days of Fresh Air'; details of LSA's mountaineering; the situation in India and Burma [later Myanmar]; the 1945 British General Election; United States loans.
Private letters from LSA to the Governor of Burma and source material for memoirs, 1941-01 - 1955-07
Printed copies of letters from LSA to 2nd Lord Linlithgow [earlier Lord Hopetoun] on subjects including: the fast by Mohandas Gandhi; Chaudhri Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan; future military and political operations in Burma [later Myanmar]; negotiations with Mahomed Jinnah [Leader of the Muslim League], Mohandas Gandhi and the Indian Congress; establishing a South East Asia Supreme Command; the food situation.
Copies of telegrams from LSA to Sir Archibald Cochrane [Governor, 1936-41], then Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith [Governor, 1941-46] concerning senior army staff in Burma [later Myanmar], including: Lieutenant-General Sir [Donald] Kenneth McLeod [General Officer Commanding Army in Burma]; Major-General [Charles] Frederick Pearce, Chief Civil Affairs Officer (Burma); Lieutenant-General Thomas Hutton [General Officer Commanding, Burma].
The collection includes palm leaf manuscripts in Burmese and Lao Tham scripts, Burmese, Shan and Lao folding books, Shan manuscripts on silk paper, Chinese documents, letters and maps and ephemera collected by Scott during his time in the Far East. Also included are reports and correspondence relating to Scott's administrative duties in Burma.
Diaries and papers relating to the Burma [later Myanmar] Campaign, 1942-5, and papers relating to the 4th Battalion 10th Gurkha Rifles, 1942-7