Dardanelles campaign (1915-1916)
Found in 671 Collections and/or Records:
Public and Political: Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry: "Lord Fisher's narrative of his connection with the Dardanelles operations." [Lord Fisher, earlier Sir John Fisher]., 1914 - 1916
Public and political: Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry: minority minute and memorandum by Walter Roch., 22 Dec 1916
Public and Political: Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry: minutes of the War Council, Jan to Feb 1915, and the Dardanelles Committee, Jun to Oct 1915., 1915 - 1916
With covering letter, 13 Sep 1916.
Public and political: Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry: prints, notes and other papers., 1907 - 1917
Public and Political: Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry: statement by WSC on operations to the end of the first phase: documents appended., 1914 - 1916
Public and political: press cuttings mainly relating to the first report of the Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry., 1917
Public and political: printed copies of documents appended to WSC' statements to the Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry., 1914 - 1917
Public and political: six copies of a letter from WSC to Sir William Pickford [later Lord Sterndale], chairman of the Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry., 1917
Public and political: Statements by WSC to the Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry on the second and third phases of the operation., 1917
This collection consists of De Robeck's naval, official and personal papers. The naval and official papers include Midshipman's Logs, correspondence and Fleet orders. The personal papers include correspondence and diaries.
This collection relates to Rhodes James' research and writings on the 1915 Dardanelles Campaign. The collection includes Rhodes James' research notes and correspondence plus material he collected about Gallipoli including a significant number of contemporary photographs and newspaper cuttings and rare printed material.
The collection contains papers and correspondence, mainly relating to the period of the First World War, and especially to Carden's involvement in the naval campaign at the Dardanelles.
Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill](G H Q Mediterranean Expeditionary Force) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he details the numbers of ships waiting at the Dardanelles, reports that landing should be imminent and on damage to the "Ocean" and "Irresistible" and the sinking of the "Bouvet" and asks whether Peregrine [Churchill] has begun to speak. Envelope present.
Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill](G H Q Mediterranean Expeditionary Force) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses the determination of the Turkish forces; says that he has seen Hugh Frewen and that he regrets that he has not seen Peregrine [Churchill] for a long time; comments on the unpleasant conditions for the troops in Egypt and the high morale of the troops at the Dardanelles expedition; and anticipates victory at the cost of large casualties. Envelope present.
Letter from "Jack" [John S Churchill] (Dardanelles) to "Mama" [Lady Randolph Churchill] including: the problems posed by cold weather which has led to men in the trenches dying of exposure; relief that WSC has left the Government; financial difficulties; the unpopularity of [General Sir] Ian [Hamilton]. Annotated by Lady Randolph Churchill "Keep money part private".
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