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National Army Museum, Department of Archives Photographs Film and Sound: 2000 Accessions

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  • Frederick Charles Aylmer, lieutenant-colonel: diary and journals while serving in Canada, England, Ireland and the Crimea 1842-55 (ARC 2000-12-631, 632)
  • William Hill Climo, brigade surgeon lieutenant-colonel: papers c1857-1919 (ARC 2000-01-29)
  • George Goslett Delap, lieutenant (later colonel), Army Medical Service: diaries kept during the Boer War 1899-1902 (ARC 2000-05-95)
  • Sir James Archibald Hope, general: papers rel to expedition to Denmark, the Peninsular War, and the 3rd Foot Guards 1807-22 (ARC 2000-04-29)
  • Alfred Cooper Hutchinson, lieutenant, Bengal Artillery: letters (18) to his mother, incl description of the Battle of Moodkee, family papers 1831-46 (ARC 2000-11-179)
  • Roger Eustace Le Fleming, major-general: papers, mainly rel to his command of Operation CURZON 1920-48 (ARC 2000-04-3)
  • HS Martin, major, OCB Battery, 271st Brigade Royal Field Artillery, 54th (East Anglian) Divisional Artillery: misc papers rel to service in Egypt and Palestine 1917-18 (ARC 2000-10-70)
  • Charles John Matthews, colonel: diaries kept while serving with the Middlesex Regiment, incl service in the Maori and Zulu Wars 1864-89 (ARC 2000-10-73)
  • Lewis Edward Nolan, captain: collection of reviews of his 'Cavalry, its History and Tactics' c1853 (ARC 2000-09-102)
  • Sir Reginald Byng Stephens, general (addnl): papers, mainly rel to career in WWI 1899-1937 (ARC 2000-12-501)
  • The Buffs (later the Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment): records
  • The London Regiment: papers of A Company Civil Service Rifles, later 15th Battalion 1858-1924 (ARC 2000-03-143)
  • Royal Field Artillery: 84th Field Battery daily order book, incl deployment to South Africa 1899-1900: (ARC 2000-09-174)
  • Commission issued and signed by Major-General Peircy Kirke at Inch, outside Londonderry, to Caludius Beaty to be a lieutenant in William Wolseley's Regiment of Inniskilling Horse 20 July 1689 (ARC 2000-10-69)