Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Printed copies of AHP's privately-circulated papers and correspondence on naval gunnery and strategy, including papers relating to his inventions and articles by contemporary authors.
Comprising a single photocopied sheet with solution to cipher in folder entitled 'First Italian Message Broken', signed by Mavis Batey.
Bundle of maps, charts, and other diagrams connected with Anthony Pollen's book project and research into the Battle of Jutland.
Mers-el-Kébir, 3 juillet 1940: Exposé chronologique du combat de Mers-el-Kébir, d'après les documents photographiques
Papers comprising manuscripts of books, lectures, research notes and correspondence.
With Ralph Hudleston's notes on the defence of seabourne trade, 1911.
Comprimising: "The Operations of 19th August 1916", 17 June 1931; "The Grand Fleet, 1917-1918", 26 June 1931; "The Battle of Heligoland Bight, 28 August 1914", 2 May 1932; and "The Scarborough Raid", 9 May 1932.
Including: "The Battle of the Dogger Bank", 13 May 1932; "Mediterranean 1914 I", 8 February 1932; "Mediterranean 1914 II", 15 February 1932; "Mediterranean 1914 III", 18 February 1932; "The Battle of the Dogger Bank", for the Junior Officers' War Course, 11 July 1932.
This collection mainly consists of Macliesh's diaries that deal with events at Gallipoli but there are also some letters and photographs.
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.
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.
Photographs relating to the Battle of Jutland and correspondence on Fawcett's account of the battle.
Zachary Grey: The Glory of the British Flag exemplified. In a chronological Series of the most memorable victories obtained at Sea. By the Bravest of Our English Admirals, Sea captains etc...Extracted from our best Naval-Writers, and English Historians
fo. 1v: 'Rd Day', and booksellers notes in pencil.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.