First World War (1914-1918)
Found in 1448 Collections and/or Records:
Literary: Various correspondence about corrections to and research for WSC's book "The Aftermath" [Volume 4 of "The World Crisis"]., 01 Dec 1928 - 27 Dec 1928
Literary: Various correspondence about WSC's book "The Aftermath", Volume 4 of "The World Crisis"., 01 Jan 1929 - 31 Jan 1929
It is not known how this log book came to be in Somerville's possession.
Copy of papers on the Dardanelles Operation and his service as Commander-in-Chief, East Indies, Deputy 1st Sea Lord and 1st Sea Lord 1915-19.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, official papers, lectures, articles, broadcasts and photographs
Also including papers of Commander John Somerville about his father, 1950-91
Memoranda and letters by Dreyer on aspects of gunnery and other tactics during the First World War, circa 1914-15, 1914 - 1915
Papers comprising correspondence, a diary, articles, lectures, broadcasts and press cuttings
Including letters from Admiral of the Fleet Lord Jellicoe, 1906-34 (168), with other letters and papers about Jellicoe; papers about the Battle of Jutland, 1916-55; and papers about the Invergordon Mutiny, 1931-7.
Memoranda on manpower, co-operation of aircraft during the offensive and the tactical use of tanks.
Includes some loose papers: a note of Cooper’s will; loose notes for 22 Aug -2 Sep.
Manuscript and typescript diaries kept by Cooper, including some typescript copies of the manuscript diaries.
"Naval interlude", memoirs of a RNVR midshipman, 1918/9, including photographs of various naval vessels Adam served on
An account of Adam's early life and education, and particularly his service during 1918/9 on HMS "Victory VI", "Excellent", "P20", "Vehement", "Sandfly" and "Venturous", including an account of the surrender of the German Fleet, November 1918, and his demobilisation, January 1919. The memoir ends after his arrival at Queens' College, Cambridge.
Group photograph of Churchill with officers of the French 33rd Corps, on the French front line near Arras during the First World War. Others in the group include General Emile Fayolle, commander of the 33rd Corps and ELS [liaison officer with the French].
Bousfield comments on how certain patients under Rivers's care at Craiglockhart have improved.
Stoddart wonders why some individuals succumb to war-shock while others, subjected to similar experiences, do not and suggests that Rivers should have gone further with his patients in order to try to answer that question.
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