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Three Betacam video cassettes of original rushes for the video 'The Official History of the British Army', compiled by Services Sound and Vision Corporation for the WH Smith Exclusive Video Series. For a copy of the final version see APFS1994-12-132. Film and Videos 1994-11-117
The Queen's Visit to the RMP 10 March 1978. Cine film of Queen Elizabeth II's visit to the Royal Military Police, 1978. Film and Videos 1994-10-62
Journey to Africa. VHS copy of cine film shot by Col H P Williams, King's African Rifles 1936 (c). King's African Rifles: marching, athletics, rifle drill, football, snake charming, making huts, the band, embussing/debussing, march past (15 mins); 1st Bn KAR - on river, in lorries, with womenfolk, route march, encampment, entraining (10 mins); 6th Bn KAR at Dar es Salaam - rehearsal for Coronation Day parade, Lewis Gun section coming into action, bridge construction and demolition, practising bush warfare from lorries against Barabaigh cattle thieves (Ngorongoro Crater), road repair, road racing (10 mins). Film and Videos 1994-09-132
1994 The Year of the Yeomanry. VHS promotional video reviewing the history of the yeomanry and their current role. Running time 5 mins. Film and Videos 1994-02-183
VHS cassette of the inauguration parade of The London Regiment in the presence of FM Lord Bramall, at the Duke of York's Headquarters Chelsea, 1 Aug 1993. Film and Videos 1994-02-191
RHA 200 The Bicentenary Review of the Royal Horse Artillery by Her Majesty the Queen at Woolwich, 3rd August 1993. VHS video cassette of the review. Film and Videos 1994-03-253
VHS video cassette relating to the history of Magazine Fort, Phoenix Park, Dublin, from the thirteenth century to 1988. Compiled by Mr C T Ryan, caretaker there until 1992. Film and Videos 1994-05-40
Sergeant Booth VC. VHS video cassette of the story of a company of the 80th Regiment at Intombi River, Zulu War, 12 Mar 1879. Film and Videos 1994-06-175
Royal Review of the Yeomanry. VHS video cassette of the review in Windsor Great Park, 17 Apr 1994. Film and Videos 1994-09-12
Driving in Germany, An Introduction. VHS video cassette produced by Services Sound and Vision Corporation for service personnel in Germany. Duration 28 mins. [RESTRICTED] Film and Videos 1994-09-119
VHS video chronicling the work of 617 Tank Transporter Sqn RCT (part of 7 Tank Transporter Regt RCT), from its origins in 1947 as 317 GT Unit of the Mixed Service Organisation (MSO), to the disbandment of the MSO element of the Sqn in 1987-88. The vast majority of the MSO personnel had been Polish. Running time 22 mins. Film and Videos 1994-09-120
The Falklands War. Two VHS video cassettes, 1982, transmitted by Channel 4, Jan-Feb 1992; associated with South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Film and Videos 1992-04-158
The Legendary 51st Highland Division. VHS video cassette produced by Services Sound and Vision Corporation. A video history of the Division between 1908 and 1967. Film and Videos 1991-09-138
Military Musical Pageant 1981. VHS video cassette copy. Film and Videos 1991-07-2
The Battle for Crete: Greece Epic 1940-41 and 'Here Lies Kandanos', a Greek film with English soundtrack. Four VHS video cassettes (two copies of each). Film and Videos 1991-07-209
One reel of 8 mm colour cine film on the Indian Army Military Farms, probably made in 1944 to mark their silver jubilee. The quality of the film is variable and the end is missing. Views of farms; cattle, including prize beasts; arable farming including ploughing with oxen and irrigation; harvesting and storage of forage; milking time, feeding cows, dairy scenes, bottling milk and evaporated milk factory; training horses and horse-drawn delivery vehicles; research lab and veterinary training; duration approx 25 mins; video versions available. Film and Videos 1992-10-47
Compilation video film used in the National Army Museum Exhibition, 'The 25 Pdr: The Gunner's Favourite', Dec 1991. Film and Videos 1992-05-2
B Coy 1st Bn The Buffs at Dhala, Aden 1958 (c), amateur 8 mm film shot by Robert Wells, a member of the Coy. Much of the footage consists of views of hilly country, the scenes of military interest including an RAF plane landing on an airstrip, troops under canvas over flown by RAF jets, troops climbing a hillside and marching down a road, weapons inspection, guard of honour, armoured cars on road with jets overflying, airfield, Bren gunners on the range, troops queuing for a meal, troops in trucks, kit lay out, meal time, troops watching war ships off coast; running time 23 mins. Video copies available. Film and Videos 1990-12-100
VHS video cassette 'Tippoo's Tiger', telling the story of Tipu Sultan, Rajah of Mysore, produced for the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1990. Film and Videos 1990-12-2
FH 70 Gun Emplacement; 16 mm cine film record, produced by MOD, 1970 (c). Film and Videos 1990-10-56
Two VHS video cassettes of a NZTV production about Lt GenBernard Cyril Freyberg, 1st Baron Freyberg, VC, in five parts, 1914-1945(c). Film and Videos 1990-11-16
Colour film on U-MATIC videotape relating to the history of Kneller Hall; this short colour film is repeated several times on the tape was shown during the National Army Museum Exhibition 'Follow The Drum' during 1988; the film is crown copyright. Film and Videos 1990-10-30
Eight cans of Services Kinema Corporation 16 mm colour cine film relating to miscellaneous twentieth century military subjects. REME Introduction (C1186); RADIAC Instruments (C1150 and 1151); Logistics in BAOR - the System in Action (part 2, C1281); Tank Killing (C1214); Sub-Machine Gun (C1212); Gunner Subaltern (C1145); Gun Laying (C1190). [RESTRICTED] Film and Videos 1990-10-29
Twelve 35 mm instruction film strips on safety film, mainly relating to fuzes, HE shells and derricks, 1950 (c); with eighteen sets of instructor's notes for these and other similar films these items can be viewed conveniently on a light table or by holding to another approved light source, and do not require a projector - each is some 20 frames long. Film and Videos 1990-10-28
Twelve 35 mm instruction film strips on safety film, mainly relating to fuzes, HE shells and derricks, 1950 (c); with eighteen sets of instructor's notes for these and other similar films these items can be viewed conveniently on a light table or by holding to another approved light source, and do not require a projector - each is some 20 frames long. Archives 1990-10-28
Video transfer of cine film shot by I A J Edwards-Stuart, 3/12th Frontier Force Regiment, using an 8 mm Kodak Camera and showing aspects of life on the North-West Frontier of India during the late 1930s. There are four video copies which vary in their completeness. One of the VHS tapes has a sound track added by Mrs Edwards-Stuart (?). A partial shot list is available on request. Video copies available. Film and Videos 1990-10-27
Armstrong 20 pdr rifled breech loading gun (16 CWT), 1862; original iron tubes replaced by steel but trunnions and reinforce are still wrought iron. Artillery 1998-09-14
A Thames barge passing through a pontoon bridge, with sappers assisting the operation, at Wouldham, Kent, 1911. Watercolour by Capt William Hyde Kelly, Royal Engineers, 1911; signed and dated lower left. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-09-13
Webley .38 in Mk III breechloading revolver; the revolver belonged to Lieutenant Colonel Murray who commanded the 1st Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, at Cambrai, 1917; associated with the Battle of Cambrai, World War One, Western Front (1914-1918) 1917. Firearms 1998-09-15
Returned from Active Service Badge, Australia 1918 (c), awarded to members of the Australian Imperial Force who served overseas during World War One. Badges 1998-09-16
Coffee set: 25 pieces of bone china, Wedgwood; eight coffee cups (one uncrested); 15 saucers; sugar bowl and milk jug; all pieces (but one) bearing the printed badge of the Rifle Brigade in dark green, 1950 (c); each piece painted at lip with dark green band delineated on both sides by a thin gold band. Ceramics 1998-09-12
Uniform worn by war substantive Lieutenant R F Coales, Corps of Royal Engineers, 1945-1948: service dress tunic; service dress trousers; 3 battle dress blouses; battle dress trousers; bush jacket; khaki drill trousers; eight shirts; jumper; shorts; three vests; two pairs of underpants; coverall; pair of hose tops; five pairs of socks; four puttees; three ties; general service cap; Sam Browne waistbelt; 16 shirt collars. Uniforms 1998-09-3
Uniform worn by war substantive Lieutenant R F Coales, Corps of Royal Engineers, 1945-1948: service dress tunic; service dress trousers; 3 battle dress blouses; battle dress trousers; bush jacket; khaki drill trousers; eight shirts; jumper; shorts; three vests; two pairs of underpants; coverall; pair of hose tops; five pairs of socks; four puttees; three ties; general service cap; Sam Browne waistbelt; 16 shirt collars. Equipment, uniform 1998-09-3
Other ranks uniform, 1935 (c), Stock Exchange Company London Rifle Brigade: frock; trousers; pair of ankleboots. Uniforms 1998-09-4
Embroidered handkerchief associated with donor's father, World War One, 1914-1918. Equipment, uniform 1998-09-5
Two cushion covers made for Trooper Joseph E Bullard, 1910 (c), 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers, by his sister, the donor's mother. Crafts 1998-09-6
Regimental flag of the 16th Punjab Regiment, 1947 (c), used until 1997 by Regimental Association. Flags and Colours 1998-09-7
Commemorative Medallion 1914-1918, issued to next of kin of Pte John William Hyde, 1915 (c), 1st Canadian Contingent. Medals 1998-09-8
Sabretache and pouch belt, 1890 (c), 14th (King's) Hussars. Equipment, uniform 1998-09-9
Three metal and two cloth Iraqi Army badges, 1991 (c), collected during the Gulf War (1990-1991). Badges 1998-09-10
Four Jordan Service commemorative medals, 1948-1958 (c). Medals 1998-09-11
Ordnance, Quick Firing, 18 pdr field gun Mk I, 1906; with telescopic sight, dial sight and sight clinometer. Artillery 1998-09-17
Ordnance, Quick Firing, 18 pdr field gun Mk I, 1906; with telescopic sight, dial sight and sight clinometer. Firearms 1998-09-17
Ordnance, Quick Firing, 18 pdr field gun Mk I, 1906; with telescopic sight, dial sight and sight clinometer. Scientific Instruments 1998-09-17
68 pdr smoothbore, iron muzzleloading gun, 1854; 95 cwt, Walker & Company, Gospel Oak, Staffordshire; 68 pdrs, manned by naval ratings, were used in the Siege of Sevastopol during the Crimean War. Artillery 1998-09-18
12 pdr muzzleloading iron siege gun, Blomefield pattern, 1800 (c); Samuel Walker and Co, Rotherham; type used in all later Peninsular War sieges. Artillery 1998-09-19
Ordnance, Quick Firing, 3.7 in Howitzer Mk I, 1944; rubber tyres indicate late model for Indian Army. Artillery 1998-09-20
Plan of Bellisle. Hand drawn and coloured plan of fortifications from Journal of the Siege of Belle Isle 1761 by Lt Bernard Holbrooke of the 97th Foot. Plan from above of geometric fortifications. Key upper right. Archives 1998-09-22
Ford/Willys 1/4 ton 4x4 jeep. Army registration: 48 YH 73. This jeep was manufactured under contract number SM2275. It carried a wartime registration number M5537536. Vehicles 1998-09-42
Champ; British replacement for the wartime jeep. Vehicles 1998-09-43
Land Rover, 109 Pink Panther, 3/4 ton 4x4 utility vehicle, 1969; of the type used by the Special Air Service in Aden and Kenya during the 1960s and 1970s. Vehicles 1998-09-51
Matchless G3L 350 cc motorcycle, 1941. Vehicles 1998-09-54
Triumph TRW Mk III 500 cc motorcycle, 1965 (c). Vehicles 1998-09-56
BSA B40 Star motorcycle. Vehicles 1998-09-58
Triumph Tiger 750 cc Escort motorcycle, nd; this one came from 16 Tank Sqn, Royal Corps of Transport. Vehicles 1998-09-59
Humber 1 ton 4x4 Pig Squirt armoured truck with water cannon, 1953-1981; adapted for Germany, served in Northern Ireland. Vehicles 1998-09-64
Tactical sign, plastic; Stabilisation Force (SFOR), Bosnia, 1998. Equipment, general 1998-09-28
Tactical sign, plastic; Stabilisation Force (SFOR), Bosnia, 1998. Equipment, general 1998-09-29
Plastic compass with built-in magnifying glass, nd; used in Bosnia by Rfm Emery, 2nd Bn The Royal Green Jackets; made by Silva of Sweden; with green string; Rfm Emery was driver for Lt Col Nick Courter MBE (Commanding Officer of 2nd Bn The Royal Green Jackets), 1998; associated with Bosnia (1991- ). Scientific Instruments 1998-09-30
Metal stencil, 1998; four letters cut out. Equipment, general 1998-09-31
Three plastic tactical signs; Stabilisation Force (SFOR), Bosnia, 1998. Equipment, general 1998-09-32
Board tactical sign; Stabilisation Force (SFOR), Bosnia, 1998. Equipment, general 1998-09-33
Plastic tactical sign; Stabilisation Force (SFOR), Bosnia, 1998. Equipment, general 1998-09-34
Plastic tactical sign; Stabilisation Force (SFOR), Bosnia, 1998. Equipment, general 1998-09-35
Civilian pouch; Pte Percy Leonard Crossman, Army Cyclist Corps, 1914-1917. Equipment, general 1998-09-36
Civilian leather pouch, 1894 (c); Pte F Hammett, East Surrey Regiment, 3rd Vol Bn. Equipment, general 1998-09-37
Decorative tobacco tin, 1918 (c); made in Constantinople, Turkey. Equipment, general 1998-09-38
Guidon, 1772 (c), 2nd Regiment of Limerick Fencible Light Dragoons. Flags and Colours 1998-09-23
South Atlantic Medal 1982, with rosette, awarded to Pte D Andrade, Falkland Islands Defence Force; associated with South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Medals 1998-09-24
Medal group awarded to Pte R Grant 1882-1885, New South Wales Infantry, 1st Sudan War: Egyptian Campaigns Medal 1882-89, clasp: Suakin; Khedive's Egyptian Star 1882-91, 1884-1886 issue; Mayor of Sydney's Medal for the Soudan 1885. Medals 1998-09-25
Unidentified British War Medal 1939-45, associated with Junior Commander K P Burge. Medals 1998-09-26
Pair of hot weather drawers issued to soldier of unidentified cavalry regiment, 1915 (c). Uniforms 1998-09-27
Bedford MWD 15 cwt 4x2 CL truck; common light truck of World War Two. Vehicles 1998-09-65
Bedford OYD 3 ton 4x2 CL vehicle; made in large numbers and used by all the armed services during and after World War Two. Vehicles 1998-09-66
Ford Thames E4 3 ton 4x4 truck LAA tractor FV13303, 1952; with light anti-aircraft (LAA) body which would have towed a Bofors gun; post World War Two vehicle using the Ford V8 petrol engine. Vehicles 1998-09-68
Bedford 3 ton 4x4 RL truck; replacement for the Bedford QL. Vehicles 1998-09-69
Bedford OSBC 3 ton 4x2 tipper truck, 1951; the only remaining example of this vehicle made in the 1950s. Vehicles 1998-09-78
Bushmaster LVT3; used by the Americans to assault Okinawa and by the British in Suez in the 1950s; this bushmaster was used in India until 1948 and then in the UK until 1965. Vehicles 1998-09-79
Handkerchief which belonged to Lt Gen Sir William Inglis, 1810 (c); cotton muslin and lace. Equipment, uniform 1996-02-206
Handkerchief, embroidered (souvenir) 1945 (c), connected with Pte Thomas Streeting, Royal Engineers. Equipment, uniform 1997-11-117
Cap comforter issued at Glen Parva Barracks, Royal Leicestershire Regiment in January 1957, used extensively at Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst 1957-1958 and used thereafter as a sleeping cap when on exercise, especially in British Army of the Rhine, by Lt Col N W A Tomlinson. Uniforms 1997-11-110
Cotton handkerchief embroidered in silk by Dutch admirers for Capt Wallis when D Troop, 126 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment RA (9th Bn Middlesex Regiment) was in 's-Hertogenbosch in 1944.Associated with World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Equipment, uniform 1996-04-68
Glass medallic portrait of the Duke of Wellington 1820 (c); head and shoulders, in profile to right; set against dark brown background in a circular frame with convex glazing; white opaque glass, cast in relief, relating to a commemorative medal of the Duke as Governor of Plymouth, modelled by P Rouw, 1819 (c). Ceramics 1998-09-103
Manuscript copybook relating to the campaigns in Portugal in 1762 and the state of the Portuguese Army in 1801. Archives 1998-09-1
Photographs and ephemera relating to the Upfill-Brown Hibberd collection of Boer War Tribute medals. Archives 1998-09-2
Commemorative plate, Korea 1954 (c); porcelain plate by Matsomato, Korea, 1954 (c); commemorating 'KOREA 1953-54/HQ 190 INF BDE' and used by Gen Sir Frank Messervy; white plate with a red pennant centrally placed and flying to the right with a gold trident surmounting crossed sabres; regimental titles around rim. Ceramics 1987-01-15
Photograph of original memorial in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral; in remembrance of officers of the Punjab Frontier Force who died during the war in Afghanistan, 1878-1880. Photographs 1998-10-1
The Punjab Frontier Force Memorial on the Maidan at Kohat, erected in memory of the officers and the officers and men killed during the two World Wars, 1955 (c). Oil on hardboard, signed and dated lower right 'HAL BEVAN.PETMAN/ 1975', by Henry Charles 'Hal' Bevan-Petman (1894-1980), 1975. Oil Paintings 1998-10-3
Photograph of the interior of St Augustine's Church at Kohat before the fire on 27 Jan 1938, and one of the exterior; from the collection of the Punjab Frontier Force. Photographs 1998-10-4
Two photographs of the interior of Kohat Church, North West Frontier; from the collection of the Punjab Frontier Force. Photographs 1998-10-5
Manuscript note from Sir John Maffey to Rev D S McKenzie after the abduction and rescue of Molly Ellis, Kohat, North West Frontier, 1923; from the collection of the Punjab Frontier Force. Archives 1998-10-6
Photograph of Punjab Frontier Force Memorial at Kohat in its original setting before it was moved to Abbottabad, Pakistan; from the collection of the Punjab Frontier Force. Photographs 1998-10-7
Pastel drawing of Kohat Church after the fire in 1938; from the collection of the Punjab Frontier Force. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-10-8
Photograph of the Fitzgerald Memorial pulpit in St Paul's Cathedral crypt; from the collection of the Punjab Frontier Force. Photographs 1998-10-9
Commemorative plaque in memory of Viceroy Commissioned Officers, NCO's and Men of the 14th Battalion Frontier Force Rifles who gave their lives in World War Two 1939-45; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-10
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of the Scinde Camel Corps, the VI Punjab Infantry, the 59th Scinde Rifles Frontier Force, and the 6th Royal Battalion (Scinde) 13 Frontier Force Rifles, who died in service 1843-1947; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-11
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of the 2nd Battalion 13th Frontier Force Rifles who gave their lives on active service in World War Two; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-12
Commemorative plaque in memory of the British Officers of the 2nd (or Hill) Sikh Infantry late the 52nd Sikhs Frontier Force and then the 2nd Battalion 12th Frontier Force Regiment (Sikhs) who lost their lives by enemy action while with the Regiment 1846-1947; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-13
Commemorative plaque in memory of listed British Officers and of the 12 Viceroy Commissioned Officers and 225 Men of the 9th Battalion the 12th Frontier Force Regiment killed in action or died of wounds during the Burma and South East Asia campaigns, 1939-1945; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-14
Commemorative plaque in memory of all ranks of the 4th Punjab Infantry, later the 57th Wilde's Rifles Frontier Force and then 4/13th Frontier Force Rifles, who gave their lives, 1849-1947, including listed officers who were killed or died on service up to the commencement of World War One; formerly installed in the Parish Church of St Luke's, Chelsea from 1951 until its removal to the National Army Museum; Punjab Frontier Force Memorial. Crafts 1998-10-15