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Literary: "The Second World War", Volume 2 "Their Finest Hour": Chapter 24 "Dakar"., 11 Mar 1948-27 Aug 1948
Includes: reports on Corbett's visits to Egypt and the Western Desert; papers on armoured tactics; intelligence reports; Corbett's proposals for reorganization of Armoured Divisions in the 10th Army; correspondence between Corbett and General Sir Claude Auchinleck, Commander-in-Chief, Middle East; analysis of operations at Cyrenaica [Libya]; Corbett's notes on tank operations in Egypt and Palestine; letters and papers on Corbett's departure from the Middle East.
Proofs of Chapter XVII of the Story of the Malakand Field Force on subjects including: transport, camps, artillery, weapons and the Dum-Dum bullet, young soldiers, and the bravery and motives of soldiers. Manuscript draft in black ink in WSC's hand with additions in red ink also by WSC. Includes newspaper cuttings [of WSC's articles about the Malakand Field Force] pasted on to the proofs.
WSC's Commission as Captain in the Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars.
Correspondents include: Albert Edward, Prince of Wales [later King Edward VII] (4); Field Marshal Lord Roberts (3); George Curzon [later Lord Curzon of Kedleston]; Sir Michael Hicks-Beach; Oliver Wendell Holmes; Lord Salisbury; Lumley and Lumley, Solicitors; Frances, Duchess of Marlborough; General Sir William Lockhart; Captain Aylmer Haldane (2).
Correspondence and permits, with newspaper (acquired 1952).
Correspondence and papers on Egypt and the Sudan, including letters of introduction, and photographs of Omdurman.
Correspondence and papers.
Personal: Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars, Henley Squadron: Correspondence and papers., 20 Dec 1909 - 23 Nov 1910
Personal: Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars, Henley Squadron: Correspondence and papers., 07 Dec 1908 - 24 Oct 1911
Personal: Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars, Henley Squadron: Correspondence, lease and papers., 17 Feb 1908 - 28 Nov 1908
Correspondents include Joseph Cheetham; Joseph Chamberlain; Sir Walter Hely-Hutchinson; Captain Percy Scott; Colonel Neville Chamberlain.File also includes WSC's certificate of service with the South African Light Horse, Jan-Mar 1900, signed by Lt-Colonel Julian Byng [later Lord Byng of Vimy].