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Imperial War Museum Department of Documents: 2000 Accessions

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  • Arthur Joseph Agius, Army captain (addnl): papers rel to service in the London Regiment on the Western Front 1915-16
  • George Roland Gordon Allen, captain RN: corresp and papers 1943-44
  • Countess Nathalie Benckendorff, interpreter: corresp rel to her service in the ATS as an interpreter for the Allied Commission for Austria 1945-46
  • Frederic Cardew, colonel, colonial governor: letters to his family 1914-16
  • Thomas Andrew Chalmers, Indian tea planter: diary while in command of hospital launch in Mesopotamia 1915-16
  • Gerald Thomas Coney, captain RN: papers rel to naval career 1923-54
  • Edwin George Dale, naval petty officer: diaries 1935-44
  • Sir Bryan Hugh Fell, principal clerk to the House of Commons: corresp 1915-17
  • Beatrice Fenton, teacher: papers rel to work as a teacher at the Convent des Ursulines at Thildonck, Belgium 1914-15
  • Sir William Edmund Goodenough, admiral: letters from fellow naval officers 1914-17
  • Edward Temple Harris, lieutenant-colonel: corresp rel to service with the Indian Medical Service in East Africa 1914-16
  • Ernest Joseph Hazel, lieutenant-colonel: papers rel to experiences as POW in Java and Japan 1942-45
  • Annie Hills, nurse: papers rel to nursing service aboard hospital ships in the Mediterranean and in British and German East Africa 1915-18
  • Bernard A Isaac, RN airman: diaries and papers rel to service with RNAS in Belgium, France and the Dardanelles 1914-17
  • George Napier Johnston, brigadier-general: diaries kept during service as Director of Ordnance and Artillery, Gallipoli and the Western Front 1914-18
  • Edison Franklin Lynn, major: diaries covering service with Canadian Expeditionary Force on the Western Front 1916-19
  • Adam Denzil Marris (1906-1983) diplomat, company director: diary kept while attending first meeting of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1943
  • Cecil Gerald Merton, major: papers rel to service with Burma Rifles and Z Force 1941-45
  • Sir Hazelton Robson Nicholl, air vice-marshal: memoirs and papers rel to career in the RAF 1915-42
  • Ian Macnaghten Parsons, publisher, author: papers as literary executor of Isaac Rosenberg 1960-80
  • John Michael Peacock, Lieutenant Commander R N: logs and papers rel to service of Combined Ops Pilotage Party no 8 in UK, India and Ceylon 1943-45
  • Sir Percival Phillips, war correspondent: papers rel to reporting on the Western Front 1914-16
  • Mrs GS Pritchard: papers rel to the whereabouts of her son, a passenger aboard the Lusitania 1915
  • Victor Donald Siddons, Army Chaplain: papers rel to service with RFC in Arabia, and as chaplain in North Africa and Greece 1915--45
  • Myra Story, Fascist: papers rel to association with the Imperial Fascist league and the Nordics 1933-42
  • Frederick A Thomas, International Brigader: diaries, corresp and papers while serving with Anti-Tank Battery of the International Brigade c1936-39
  • Arthur Gordon Walch, brigadier: memoirs and papers rel to service with the British Army 1926-47
  • Geoffrey Hodgson Warde, Anglican clergyman: diary kept while serving as an Army chaplain in Salonika 1917
  • Francis Horner West, Anglican clergyman, author: corresp rel to service as Army chaplain in the UK, Italy and SE Asia 1941-46
  • William Woodward, POW: diary as a civilian internee in Hong Kong 1941-45