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National Army Museum, Department of Archives Photographs Film and Sound: 2011 Accessions

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  • Pte William Henry Bacon, Royal Army Ordnance: papers and photographs 1940-1946 (NAM. 2011-03-7)
  • Sgt Reginald Alfred Bailey, 4th Battalion The Buffs East Kent Regiment: letters and papers to Hilda Gower 1917-1945 (NAM. 2011-12-3)
  • L/Cpl John William Booth, 5th Royal Tank Regiment: letters written to his parent whilst serving in the United Kingdom and abroad 1940-1946 (NAM. 2011-01-04)
  • Lt Gen Gordon Hugh Davidson, 1st Bengal European Light Infantry: letters and papers 1841-1846 (NAM. 2011-03-5)
  • Major V L F Davin: research notes 1939-1945 (NAM. 2011-02-5)
  • Cpl Gwilym Henry Elias, 1/2 Welsh Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps: journal 1914-1918 (NAM. 2011-06-26)
  • Gen Sir John Alexander Ewart: album of material compiled by Ewart 1838-1888 (NAM. 2011-04-2)
  • Norman Frederick Hidden, teacher and poet: papers rel to service as an Army Education Officer c1939-1945 (NAM. 2011-03-13)
  • Capt Hugh Kenrick, Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery: papers rel to his career 1938-1947 (NAM. 2011-01-7)
  • Gen Henry Seymour Rawlinson, Baron Rawlinson of Trent: letters (69) and papers rel to the Boer War and First World War 1899-1925 (NAM. 2011-11-18)
  • Walter William Cecil Shearer, signalman, Royal Corps of Signals: records incl diaries 1941-1945 (NAM. 2011-06-24)
  • Major P C G Shuter, Major: papers 1941-1946 (NAM. 2011-03-26)
  • Pte Eustace J Swain, 3rd King's Own Hussars: letters (23) to Tom Humberston, rel to the Boer War 1899-1902 (NAM. 2011-10-3)
  • CSM William Wellard, Royal East Kent Mounted Riffles: letters (25) and papers rel to service during the First World War 1913-1919 (NAM. 2011-10-4)