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Two sound cassettes: oral history interview with Mr James Perry who served before World War Two in the Queen's Victoria Rifles and during it in the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment and with the Chindits, (2nd Expedition of 1944) in Burma. Interview conducted on 11 June 1998. Sound Recordings 1998-08-35
Pattern 1888 Mk II Long Lee Enfield bolt action .303 in rifle bayonet, commercial 1902 (c); with scabbard; Birmingham nitro-proved; made up from military spare parts (?); reblued barrel, original marks covered up. Firearms 1961-07-189
Pattern 1888 Mk II Long Lee Enfield bolt action .303 in rifle bayonet, commercial 1902 (c); with scabbard; Birmingham nitro-proved; made up from military spare parts (?); reblued barrel, original marks covered up. Edged Weapons 1961-07-189
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* bolt action .303 in rifle; Birmingham Small Arms Co trademark; made up from military spare parts; associated sling. Firearms 1961-07-189
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* bolt action .303 in rifle; Birmingham Small Arms Co trademark; made up from military spare parts; associated sling. Equipment, general 1961-07-189
Enfield M1917 .30 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1917; an American redesign of the British .303 in Pattern 1914 rifle adapted to take the American rimless cartridge and identical in appearance to the British original; manufactured in the USA by the Remington Arms Company of Delaware; with associated leather sling; red band on forestock is marked with new calibre and indicates that the weapon was probably issued to the Home Guard in World War Two. Firearms 1965-10-204
Enfield M1917 .30 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1917; an American redesign of the British .303 in Pattern 1914 rifle adapted to take the American rimless cartridge and identical in appearance to the British original; manufactured in the USA by the Remington Arms Company of Delaware; with associated leather sling; red band on forestock is marked with new calibre and indicates that the weapon was probably issued to the Home Guard in World War Two. Equipment, general 1965-10-204
.303 in bolt action magazine rifle, Enfield pattern 1914, 1914 (c); with associated Parker Hale Mk VII Pattern 1914 sight, which does not, however, indicate that the weapon was a sniper's rifle; possibly used for competition purposes. Firearms 1965-10-204
.303 in bolt action magazine rifle, Enfield pattern 1914, 1916 (c); manufactured by Remington at their Bridgeport, Connecticut factory; also known as the Pattern 1914 Mark 1R; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1965-10-204
Enfield M1917 .30 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1917; an American redesign of the British .303 in Pattern 1914 rifle adapted to take the American rimless cartridge and identical in appearance to the British original; manufactured in the USA by the Remington Arms Company of Delaware; with associated leather sling. Firearms 1965-10-204
Enfield M1917 .30 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1917; an American redesign of the British .303 in Pattern 1914 rifle adapted to take the American rimless cartridge and identical in appearance to the British original; manufactured in the USA by the Remington Arms Company of Delaware; with associated leather sling. Equipment, general 1965-10-204
Ross M1910 Mk III .303 in straight-pull bolt action rifle, 1915; manufactured by the Ross Rifle Company in Canada; cleaning tools in butt. Converted to match shooter after World War One. Attached bayonet (1965-10-204-92). Firearms 1965-10-204
Bayonet attached to Ross M1910 Mk III .303 in straight-pull bolt action rifle, 1915; associated with Canadian Expeditionary Force. Edged Weapons 1965-10-204
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk I*.303 in bolt action rifle, 1906; converted from either a Lee-Metford Mks2 and 2* or Lee-Enfield Mks1 and 1* in 1906; originally dated 1901; wind gauges fitted; 10 round magazine. Firearms 1964-05-60
Lee-Enfield Mk I* .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1902 (c); manufactured by the Birmingham Small Arms Company; with muzzle cover, marked for cordite only; retailed by W R Leeson Limited, Ashford and London. Firearms 1964-05-59-20
Lee .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1900 (c); manufactured by the Birmingham Small Arms Company for private use probably for target practice; BSA Patent sights above the bolt as well as a backsight over the barrel on the forestock; fitted with a foresight protector. Firearms 1964-05-59-8
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1908; converted from Lee-Enfield Mk II dated 1894; crudely converted possibly for Naval issue; Pattern A backsight, barleycorn foresight missing; associated sling. Firearms 1964-05-59-9
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1908; converted from Lee-Enfield Mk II dated 1894; crudely converted possibly for Naval issue; Pattern A backsight, barleycorn foresight missing; associated sling. Equipment, general 1964-05-59-9
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk I* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1909; converted from a Lee-Enfield Mk I*, 1909. Firearms 1963-12-251
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916-1918 (c); attached bayonet (WEV1983-98-4); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1963-12-251
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1915; manufactured by BSA Company; with magazine; bolt jammed. Firearms 1963-12-251
Lee-Enfield Mk I* conversion .303 in bolt action charger loading magazine rifle, 1902; barrel painted khaki. Firearms 1963-12-251
.303 in bolt action magazine rifle, Lee-Enfield Mk IR, pattern 1914, 1916 (c); manufactured by Remington, USA; wind deflection indicator missing; issued 1917; attached bayonet (accessioned under same number); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1961-07-189
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in No 1 Mk 5 rifle 1922; short stock version; RSAF Enfield. Firearms 1997-06-18
Grenade discharger for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle No 1 Mk I 1917 (c), cup-type, cylindrical shape, finely grooved, conical base, adjusting shutter and nosecap retaining lever. Firearms 1976-08-24
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1917; introduced in 1916 and differing from the Mk III in having the magazine cut-off omitted; two oil bottles in butt trap. Firearms 1963-12-251
Lee Enfield No 4 Mk I bolt action .303 in rifle, 1942; Fazakerley; associated bayonet No 4 Mk II*. Firearms 1961-07-189
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1914, Birmingham Small Arms Company. Firearms 1993-07-157
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III*, pull through in butt and fitted with metal bore protector - possible trench adaptation. Firearms 1993-07-156
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III* 1916, associated sling 1942; associated with Honourable Artillery Company, World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1993-07-155
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk I*, 1907; long range sights; Birmingham stamp on butt; blank issue roundel. Firearms 1993-07-139
Lee Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle, No4 Mk I 1945. Firearms 1993-07-143
Lee Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle, No4 Mk I, 1941. Firearms 1993-07-145
Remington M1917 .30 in bolt action magazine rifle; of the type used by Home Guard but this weapon has no red bar on forestock. Firearms 1993-07-146
Winchester .30 in, Model 1917 magazine bolt action rifle, 1918; Home Guard issue with red band on forestock (note: this is one the clearest Home Guard marked rifles). Firearms 1993-07-147
Remington .30 in bolt action magazine rifle M1917; cleaning kit in butt; Home Guard issue, red band around forestock to indicate calibre. Firearms 1993-07-148
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle No 1 Mk III*, associated sling, bolt missing, 1944. Lithgow Small Arms Factory, New South Wales. Firearms 1993-07-149
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle No 1 Mk III*, associated sling, bolt missing, 1944. Lithgow Small Arms Factory, New South Wales. Equipment, general 1993-07-149
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle No 1 Mk III*, made up at Birmingham Small Arms from Enfield parts, 1942. Firearms 1993-07-150
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk V, 1922 with associated sling. Firearms 1993-07-151
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk V, 1922 with associated sling. Equipment, general 1993-07-151
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III*, associated sling. Firearms 1993-07-152
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III*, associated sling. Equipment, general 1993-07-152
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III*, 1917. Firearms 1993-07-153
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III* 1916, with associated sling; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1993-07-154
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III* 1916, with associated sling; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 1993-07-154
Lee Enfield .303 in bolt action, charger loading rifle Mk I, made 1898; converted to charger loading by the London Small Arms Company, 1910; issued 1915; marked up for drill purpose only. Firearms 1993-07-61
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle 1915; associated canvas sling. Firearms 1992-11-60
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle 1915; associated canvas sling. Equipment, general 1992-11-60
Ross .303 in Mk III bolt action rifle 1912 (c); match shooting sights; probably converted after World War One. Firearms 1992-08-190
Lee-Enfield Mk I* magazine rifle converted to .22, 1912 (c); converted by London Small Arms Company from charger loading Lee Enfield Mk I* 1908; converted to .22 in by A G Parker and Company; possibly a government conversion. Firearms 1992-08-185
No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action rifle and associated canvas sling 1942; Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley. Firearms 1992-08-182
No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action rifle and associated canvas sling 1942; Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley. Equipment, general 1992-08-182
No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action rifle; associated canvas sling 1944; Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley. Firearms 1992-08-181
No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action rifle; associated canvas sling 1944; Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley. Equipment, general 1992-08-181
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in Mk I* bolt action rifle, 1908, bolt broken; issued to Middlesex Regiment, May 1906. Firearms 1992-08-180
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in Mk III (Lithgow) 1914, coachwood furniture; no issue marks. Firearms 1992-08-179
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield .303 in bolt action rifle Mk III*, 1916; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1991-03-28
Ross .303 in M1910/Mk 3 military rifle; presentation plaque on butt; rifle presented to Rt Hon J E B Seely by Col the Hon Sam Hughes MP, Minister of Militia and Defence for Canada 14 Feb 1914. Firearms 1985-04-92
Enfield, Pattern 1914 No 3 .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916; the first Enfield 1914 rifle made in USA and presented to the Rt Hon Lloyd George, Minister of Munitions; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1983-02-13
Enfield, Pattern 1914 No 3 .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916; the first Enfield 1914 rifle made in USA and presented to the Rt Hon Lloyd George, Minister of Munitions; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 1983-02-13
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1918; manufactured by the Birmingham Small Arms Company. Bolt stuck and bayonet attached for exhibition. Firearms 1965-10-204
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1918; manufactured by the Birmingham Small Arms Company. Bolt stuck and bayonet attached for exhibition. Equipment, general 1965-10-204
Historical and genealogical account of Brig Rook's regiment; compiled by Colonel Francis Columbine, 1709; contains coats of arms and brief biographical sketches of the officers of the regiment. Archives 1998-08-37
Lee-Enfield No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1942; used for drill purposes. Firearms 1965-10-204
Lee Enfield No4 Mk I Trials Model .303 in bolt action rifle, 1931; used for various tests including production techniques and processes; has additional perforated brackets screwed on probably for a sight; with associated leather strap and pull-through in butt-trap; the butt has a screwed on comb. Firearms 1965-10-204
Lee Enfield No4 Mk I Trials Model .303 in bolt action rifle, 1931; used for various tests including production techniques and processes; has additional perforated brackets screwed on probably for a sight; with associated leather strap and pull-through in butt-trap; the butt has a screwed on comb. Equipment, general 1965-10-204
Mk IW .303 in magazine rifle, Lee Enfield pattern 1914, 1914 (c); manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Company; with associated Mk VII match sights; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1965-10-204
Lee Enfield .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, Mk I* pattern 1914, 1914; this is a sealed pattern, with one other kept at Enfield; the wax seal has disappeared and the parchment label with inscription in black ink is tied to the middle swivel with red tape; backing the parchment label is a piece of black felt. Firearms 1966-02-86
Lee Enfield .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, Mk I pattern 1914, 1916; this is a duplicate sealed pattern with a parchment label attached by red tape - behind the label is a black felt label; the label gives the designation of the rifle and notice of approval and is signed P.E. Vaughan for Chief Inspector of Small Arms; the wax seal has disappeared; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1966-02-86
Lee-Enfield .276 in bolt action magazine trials rifle, Pattern 1913, 1913. Firearms 1974-07-37
Lee Enfield No4 Mk I* (T) .303 in snipers rifle, 1945; mount for telescopic sight; aluminium butt plate; cheek rest on butt. Firearms 1978-05-33
Lee Enfield No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1944; with associated webbing sling. Firearms 1978-10-40
Lee Enfield No4 Mk I .303 in bolt action magazine rifle, 1944; with associated webbing sling. Equipment, general 1978-10-40
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield sniper .303 in bolt action rifle No4 Mk I (T), 1931 (c); fitted for No 32telescope, 1951 (c); cheekpiece on butt. Firearms 1978-11-55
Lee Enfield .303 in bolt action long magazine rifle, 1896 (c); target model with wind-gauge backsight manufactured for commercial use. Firearms 1979-07-15
.303 in bolt action rifle, pattern 1914/ F snipers, 1914 (c); with finely adjustable backsight, which suggests it was manufactured by Winchester; 1914; early issue to snipers. Firearms 1980-05-20
Major General Edward Henry Simpson (1784-1845), Honourable East India Company Staff, 1840 (c). Watercolour with pastel and some sepia and ink defining lines, artist unknown, 1840 (c); half-length portrait, seated in armchair, holding letter, writing materials by his left elbow; in a tent interior, possibly on campaign in Afghanistan; associated with 1st Afghan War (1838-1842). Drawings and Watercolours 1998-08-40
THERE'S DADDY!, 1914 (c). Relief half-tone print after A Pearse, published by Globe Fine Art Company, London, 1914 (c); a little girl with her pet dog recognises her officer father as he marches his troop down the street, while his wife and butler look on. Prints 1998-08-38
BACK TO THOSE HE LOVED, 1914 (c). Relief half-tone print after A Pearse, published by Globe Fine Art Company, London, 1914 (c); a wounded officer returned home to his family, having given his young daughter a trophy of war, a German pickelhaube helmet. Prints 1998-08-39
CAP BADGES OF THE BRITISH ARMY, 1996 (c). Colour photolithograph poster, published by Ministry of Defence 1996 (c); 67 badges of British regiments on black background. Prints 1998-08-41
CAP BADGES OF THE BRITISH ARMY, 1996 (c). Colour photolithograph poster, published by Ministry of Defence 1996 (c); 67 badges of British regiments on black background. Prints 1998-08-42
BRITISH ARMY Badges of Rank, 1997. Colour photolithograph poster, published by Ministry of Defence 1996 (c); contemporary badges of officers, NCOs and warrant officers in true colours on cream background. Prints 1998-08-43
BRITISH ARMY Badges of Rank, 1997. Colour photolithograph poster, published by Ministry of Defence 1996 (c); contemporary badges of officers, NCOs and warrant officers in true colours on cream background. Prints 1998-08-44
Field Marshal Lord Roberts VC Bobs, 1914 (c). Printed textile handkerchief paying homage to Lord Roberts and the officers of World War One, 1914 (c); head and shoulders portrait of FM Lord Roberts within a decorative shield with protruding allied flags, surrounded by high ranking officers of World War One. Crafts 1998-08-45
Souvenir of the European War 1914 The United Allies, 1914 (c). Printed textile square handkerchief; King George V in centre surrounded in four corners by the heads of Russia, Serbia, Belgium and France, surrounded by related national flags. Crafts 1998-08-46
BRITISH ARMY EQUIPMENT. Colour photolithograph poster designed by Gilroy Corporate Communications Limited, published by Directorate of Public Relations (Army), March 1997; 52 examples of British Army equipment, from personal equipment to satellite communications. Prints 1998-08-47
Relief half-tone print from an English newspaper copying a cartoon by MAD (?) from the French satirical journal Marianne; Hitler waving his arm in fury at enemy planes dropping pamphlets to German townspeople, exclaiming 'Drop bombs on them not the truth'. Prints 1998-08-49
SMILING THROUGH...By LEE, 1939 (c). Relief half-tone print from a newspaper cutting from the 'Evening News' by Lee, possibly Joseph Johnson Lee (1876-) or Arthur Lee, 1939 (c); a rail guard indicates to two passengers: 'Only 'confident smilers' this end sir, the 'all is lost brigade' right at the back.' Prints 1998-08-50
The Hunted Beast, 1945 (c). Relief half-tone print, cutting from newspaper, by Bert Thomas (1883-1966); caricature of gorilla in forest wearing swastika armband. Prints 1998-08-51
YOUNG BERT, 1939 (c). Collection of 39 newspaper cuttings from the 'Daily Express', 1939 (c); sketches with the adventures of 'Young Bert', a novice soldier in World War Two. Prints 1998-08-52
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1941; refurbished at Birmingham, 1940, date over-stamped; associated sling; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Firearms 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1941; refurbished at Birmingham, 1940, date over-stamped; associated sling; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Equipment, general 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1909 (c); issue roundel removed. Firearms 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916 (c); issue roundel removed; associated leather sling, canvas breech-cover; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916 (c); issue roundel removed; associated leather sling, canvas breech-cover; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Equipment, general 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1918; short butt; roundel marked but never cut-out; canvas sling. Firearms 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1918; short butt; roundel marked but never cut-out; canvas sling. Equipment, general 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1918; short butt; canvas sling. Firearms 1981-12-68
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1918; short butt; canvas sling. Equipment, general 1981-12-68