Prisoners of War
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Naval reminiscences and records, 1918 - 1955
Includes: letters of appointment to posts and promotions (1918-55); war data (1946); Hughes-Hallett's naval reminiscences (1955); letter from the Admiralty on Hughes-Hallett's retirement (1955); articles by others; and narratives of British repatriates from Japanese prisoner of war camps (Nov 1945)
Operation Bridford, 1941 - 1945
Correspondence and papers concerning Operation Bridford.
Postcards sent by Higgins as a Prisoner of War, 1941-11-30 - 1942-06-19
3 manuscript postcards signed from Higgins to Bryan Earle King [matriculated at Pembroke in 1924, latterly a Fellow in Law] sent whilst Higgins was a prisoner of war regarding his career after the war.
World War II, 1922 - 1948
Includes correspondence from HMB's time as a prisoner of war.