First World War (1914-1918)
Found in 1454 Collections and/or Records:
The collection comprises material relating to Ashmore's active service in World War I in the Baltic and Russia; material for a naval lecture (1938) and correspondence with Admiral of the Fleet Sir Edward Ashmore relating to Ashmore's career.
Commission and letters from the front during World War I; and letters of Dorothy Sale
The collection includes: Lord Esher's journals; general, political, royal, personal and literary correspondence; political papers, particularly on army reform and India; literary papers; press cuttings.
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 papers comprise signals, letters and miscellaneous papers relating to Admiral Cunninghame Graham's Naval service in both world wars and the inter-war period; his correspondence with Professor Arthur Marder and his correspondence on the subject of the libel action brought by Captain Jack Broome, RN, against David Irving for his book on convoy PQ 17; and papers, press-cuttings and recollections dating from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
Personal papers and memoirs
Personal and scientific papers
Papers about merchant shipping convoys during the First World War
With a letter from Cecilia Mary Leslie about her father's work, 1978
This collection consists of a small group of papers relating to the first Viscount Hood (1724-1816), a larger, mostly personal, group of the papers of Admiral Horace Hood (1870-1916) and the Pocock sketches.
The papers consist principally of letters, journals and photographs relating to the service of Harold Arthur Thomas Fairbank in the South African War and First World War, and of Thomas John Fairbank in the Second World War.
Some papers relate to the compilation of the official record of the Battle of Jutland
With a list of the papers compiled by David Erskine, 1980.
Also includes biographical material.
The papers consist of 5 volumes of his First World War diaries and 4 files relating to his memoirs.
Many of the papers relate to the Invergordon Mutiny and Tomkinson's subsequent treatment by the Admiralty. The British attacks on Zeebrugge and Ostend in 1918 also feature in some of the documents. Tomkinson left a large number of photographs which illustrate his naval career and his family life.
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.
"The internal crisis in Germany" I and II; and "Mittel-Europa Again". Includes typescripts of two of the articles.
Typed transcript of diaries and memoir of Sanderson's time in France during the First World War. Includes a note from Sanderson dated February 1969 explaining that some of the original books had been destroyed by a typist.
Horsbrugh was initially based in a kitchen in Chelsea [London], but extended the provision of food to a broader audience with a travelling kitchen via donkey and cart. She offered nutritious food at reasonable prices, with dishes available from 2d to 7d. Her cart was laden with all sorts of food, from sausage-rolls to dumplings and fishcakes.
"The Real Aims of the 'Peaceful' German Nation" and "The German Chancellor and Peace".
Text of ELS’s "Petain and the French Mutinies".
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.