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Survival kit issued to British soldiers possibly relates to the British Deployment in French Indochina (Vietnam) after World War Two (1945-1946); contained in a yellow plastic bag: one sterilization kit, with tablets; three penknives; two cigarette lighters in felt cases; one wristwatch with a white canvas strap; compass; securing needles; 25 safety pins; saw contained in a box with an extra wick for the lighters. Equipment, general 1969-12-18
Survival kit issued to British soldiers possibly relates to the British Deployment in French Indochina (Vietnam) after World War Two (1945-1946); contained in a yellow plastic bag: one sterilization kit, with tablets; three penknives; two cigarette lighters in felt cases; one wristwatch with a white canvas strap; compass; securing needles; 25 safety pins; saw contained in a box with an extra wick for the lighters. Scientific Instruments 1969-12-18
Mk II 9 pounder Hales rocket; recovered from Shoeburyness, Kent Sands, by Royal Engineers, 1974. Artillery 1974-12-92
Savage .36 in percussion revolver, (Navy model?) 1861 (c), double trigger. Firearms 1993-03-13
Browning 9 mm self-loading pistol Mk I*, 1946 (c), with canvas holster and lanyard. Firearms 1993-03-20
Browning 9 mm self-loading pistol Mk I*, 1946 (c), with canvas holster and lanyard. Equipment, general 1993-03-20
German aerial dart, 1918 (c); round, steel body with pointed nose and a cruciform tail; thought to have been dropped from a Zeppelin; associated with World War One, Air Operations (1914-1918). Ammunition 1974-08-7
Indian flintlock blunderbuss with Indian copy of East India Company lock, 1840 (c). Firearms 1993-03-21
French Model 1873 11 mm service revolver 1882, with holster. Firearms 1993-03-44
French Model 1873 11 mm service revolver 1882, with holster. Equipment, general 1993-03-44
Austrian Rast and Gasser 8 mm service revolver Model 1898, 1916 (c), Vienna. Firearms 1993-03-45
Photograph of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps Old Comrades Association 19th Annual Dinner, London, 25 Feb 1939. Photographs 1995-01-4
German Mauser 7.65 mm M1934 self-loading pistol 1939 (c). Firearms 1993-03-67
25 photographs collected by Senior Commander Jane Richardson (later Mrs J Croom-Johnson) of the Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1941-1944; the photographs include portraits, formal group shots, a review by Queen Elizabeth, the Auxiliary Territorial Service on anti-aircraft aircraft duties, inspecting the kitchens, a concert by Gracie Fields and theatricals. Photographs 1995-01-5
German Walther P38 9 mm pistol 1940 (c), matching magazine. Firearms 1993-03-68
Luger 9 mm Parabellum Pistole Modell 1908 self-loading pistol, 1915, marked to E Bennett, North Staffordshire Regiment Ypres 1917. Firearms 1993-03-90
Luger 9 mm Parabellum Pistole Modell 1908 self-loading pistol, 1940. Firearms 1993-03-91
Copies of two photographs depicting the Auxiliary Territorial Service handing out the laundry and setting out on a route march, Prestatyn 1940. Photographs 1995-01-6
Waterbottle, 1890 (c); cylindrical in shape with a long conical neck tapering to the spout; spout is silver plated with a hinged cap; a beaker fits over the lower part of the body; leather case shaped to fit the waterbottle, with a cap fitted to a strap; a broad strap has a broad loop which is used for securing to saddlery; made by James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield; owned by Jam Shed Kaikobad, 6th Bombay Cavalry. Equipment, general 1970-01-7
Walther 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Modell P8,1940 (c), associated holster marked to Wustemann. (Note: magazine missing and incorrect spare magazine mentioned in documentation has now been removed from the holster 5/11/96). Firearms 1993-03-92
Walther 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Modell P8,1940 (c), associated holster marked to Wustemann. (Note: magazine missing and incorrect spare magazine mentioned in documentation has now been removed from the holster 5/11/96). Equipment, general 1993-03-92
Group photograph taken on the repatriation of Major J Wilson to the UK, 00 No 1 Sub Depot, Central Ordnance Depot, Delhi Court (?), 25 Mar 1946. Photographs 1995-01-7
Group photograph of 524 Battery, Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1943 (c). Photographs 1995-01-8
29 picture postcards, mostly portraits and groups, of British soldiers, 1913-1916. Photographs 1996-11-25
Four copy photographs showing the Command Pay Office, Surrey 1942 and the Women's Royal Army Corps Museum, 1984-1985. Photographs 1995-01-9
Pint mug and tin plate; for use in a canteen during the nineteenth century; the mug is associated with the Royal Artillery and the plate has been stamped 1939, but this may be a reissue number rather then a date. Equipment, general 1970-03-5
Group photograph of those of the Auxiliary Territorial Service who served in the Operations Room at RAF Fairwood Common, Swansea, 1943 (c). Photographs 1995-01-10
Meerschaum pipe owned by Gen Louis Botha, and inkpot used for the signing of the Peace Treaty which concluded the 2nd Boer War in Pretoria, 31 May 1902 (c); captured by Lt V R Brooke, 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Equipment, general 1970-03-16
Meerschaum pipe owned by Gen Louis Botha, and inkpot used for the signing of the Peace Treaty which concluded the 2nd Boer War in Pretoria, 31 May 1902 (c); captured by Lt V R Brooke, 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Ceramics 1970-03-16
Portrait photograph of Cpl Doreen Saunders of the Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1939-1947. Photographs 1995-01-11
Regimental cane, 1947 (c); black painted malacca with a white metal head; the head is bears a device of crossed kukris, surmounted by the number 7; owned by Maj P L Leared, and associated with the 7th Gurkha Rifles. Equipment, general 1970-04-6
Eight photographs of the Auxiliary Territorial Service with anti-aircraft units, 1941-1945; collection includes formal group shots, a wedding and parade. Photographs 1995-01-12
Portrait photograph of Pte D H Williams of the Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1947 (c). Photographs 1995-01-13
44 photographs relating to the Auxiliary Territorial Service in the UK and Middle East, 1939-1949; the photographs include a route march; Tidworth 1940; formal group shots; the ATS recruiting and training centre in Sarafand, Palestine, 1942; marching practice and respirator drill; Tel-el-Kebir, Canal Zone 1944; informal groups, parade; sight seeing in Cairo, parade Quassasin Camp; UK visits of Princess Royal, 19 Jan 1949/Sept 1949; the ATS 10th birthday parade, September 1948. Photographs 1995-01-14
11 photographs of of the Auxiliary Territorial Service and Women's Royal Army Corps, 1947-1970; photographs show passing-out-parade; Guildford, 1947; a garden competition; visit of Begum Ali Khan, 1948; Junior Commander Nolan, Jamaica, 1952; group 5 Independent Coy WRAC, Jamaica, 1953; visits of the Duchess of Kent to the WRAC college, 1967 and to Hong Kong, 1970. Photographs 1995-01-15
Portrait photograph of 'Gay', Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1944. Photographs 1995-01-16
41 photographs relating to the Women's Royal Army Corps Intelligence personnel, kennel maids, grooms and radar operators, 1965-1981 (c). Photographs 1995-01-17
40 colour photographs relating to the Women's Royal Army Corps weapon training and map reading exercise, Hong Kong, January 1981. Photographs 1995-01-18
Album of 66 photographs relating to the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the Auxiliary Territorial Service Reunion, Women's Royal Army Corps Centre, Guildford, Surrey, 26 May 1979. Photographs 1995-01-19
Album of 10 photographs with newspaper cuttings relating to the employment of members of the Women's Legion as drivers, 1917 (c); including: postcard views of Boulogne; a group of women formed up by a vehicle, and at the wheels of a vehicle; receiving orders from an Army Service Corps Sergeant; carrying out maintenance work on a vehicle; the women are shown wearing Army Service Corps shoulder titles. Photographs 1995-01-20
Photograph album containing 103 photographs relating to the Women's Legion and the Women's Royal Naval Service, 1917 (c); photographs of the Women's Legion include the military cookery section; Summerdown Convalescent Camp, Eastbourne; group shots; camp views; portraits, Orchard Convalescent Hospital, Dartford; a field kitchen; cooks at work; groups of patients and staff; photographs of the WRNS include drivers and their vehicles, maintenance work on vehicles and group shots. Photographs 1995-01-21
Photograph album containing 117 photographs, newspaper cuttings and ephemera relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, Unit One, Wimereux, France, 1917-1918; including informal groups and portraits; views of French towns; motor vehicles and artillery. Photographs 1995-01-22
Photograph album containing 55 photographs relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1918; showing, parades, including pay parade; clerical workers; learning shorthand; cooks at work; off duty in billets and on the beach; funerals and tending graves; store women; sports. Photographs 1995-01-23
Pouch, 1854-1856 (c); white buckskin; marked with the name of the owner, FM Lord Raglan; there are slight traces of red sealing wax and was probably used as a despatch pouch during the Crimean War. Equipment, general 1970-05-20
Honourable discharge certificate of Pte Desmond Ball, 34th battalion, London Regiment, 18 Mar 1919; Pte Ball suffered a severe head wound at the Battle of the Somme; according to his widow, he was operated on by Prof Sir Jeffrey Jefferson who enquired about Ball's health during World War Two. Archives 1996-11-26
Mess tin, 1899 (c), bowl with an inward folding handle and lid, carried by Pte William Cornelius Bridge, 1st Volunteer Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, during the Boer War; Handkerchief, 1902, cotton printed with information, titled, 'THE HANDKERCHIEF GUIDE TO INFANTRY FIELD TRAINING', written by Capt R Temperley, 3rd Volunteer Bn Northumberland Fusiliers, printed and sold by M S Dodds, Newcastle. Equipment, general 1970-06-11
German rifle grenade, 1915; found in Givenchy-la-Base, France. Ammunition 1969-06-16
German rifle grenade, 1915; found in Givenchy-la-Base, France. Ammunition 1969-06-17
Grenade, possibly British; cylindrical, segmented body with drilled wooden insert. Ammunition 1969-06-19
Hand grenade, 1914-1918 (c); mounted, with two musket balls, Crimean War 1854-1856 (c). Ammunition 1965-01-163
Mk II 3.45 in rocket launcher, breech mechanism, four exhaust vents at rear, leaf tangent back-sight, simple foresight and safety catch. Artillery 1963-12-251
Collection of items from Dynevor Castle, seat of the Rhys family: two (?) marking tools, a letter B and letter E, for soft equipment and clothing; five long brandings, one is without a handle, another is marked, 'R. Carm F.', possibly for the Royal Carmarthan Fusiliers. Equipment, general 1970-09-21
Japanese 50 mm 10th Year mortar/grenade launcher; mounted on small base, with lanyard trigger. Artillery 1963-12-251
Spigot mortar, used during World War Two; with spike, simple bolt action mechanism and 10 inch barrel. Artillery 1963-12-251
Two currency note, 1915-1916 (c); printed with Arabic characters, one bears the number, 391507, the other, 162740; associated with Lt Col Cardew; probably relating to the period of his imprisonment by the Turks, after the siege and capitulation of Kut. Equipment, general 1971-01-4
Smoothbore muzzleloading wall or prow cannon, taken at Kabul, 1842; hanger on trunnions with swivel spike; socket in case for wooden handle; raised flange for touch-hole; associated with 1st Afghan War (1838-1842). Artillery 1963-11-107
Walther 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Modell PPK, 1932 (c); British proofs overstamping German marks; associated holster for Sauer 7.65 mm marked DRGM. Firearms 1993-03-93
Walther 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Modell PPK, 1932 (c); British proofs overstamping German marks; associated holster for Sauer 7.65 mm marked DRGM. Equipment, general 1993-03-93
Queen Victoria gift chocolate box, 1900, with original contents; Princess Mary gift box, for tobacco, 1914, with original contents; Set of eleven official keys to Bloemfontein, given to FM Lord Roberts at the capture of the city. Equipment, general 1971-01-29
Mauser 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Model 1934, 1943 (c), Nazi marks; associated holster. Firearms 1993-03-94
Mauser 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Model 1934, 1943 (c), Nazi marks; associated holster. Equipment, general 1993-03-94
Notes and transcripts which accompanied a seminar entitled 'The Japanese soldier', organised by The Burma Campaign Fellowship Group and held in London on 17 Sept 1996. Archives 1996-11-27
Mauser 7.65 mm automatic pistol Model 1910, reproofed barrel (?) 1920 (c), associated holster with Nazi marks 1942 (Note: spare magazine found with holster 6.11.96) Firearms 1993-03-95
Mauser 7.65 mm automatic pistol Model 1910, reproofed barrel (?) 1920 (c), associated holster with Nazi marks 1942 (Note: spare magazine found with holster 6.11.96) Equipment, general 1993-03-95
Wooden cannon, believed to have been taken by Spanish forces at the Storming of Ismus, in the Province of Carite near Manila, 25 Mar 1897; lined and bound with iron; seven iron hoops; iron 'Y' shaped tripper to hinges on trunnions. Artillery 1963-11-107
Mauser 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Model H Sc 1942 (c), associated holster. Firearms 1993-03-96
Mauser 7.65 mm Automatic Pistol Model H Sc 1942 (c), associated holster. Equipment, general 1993-03-96
Material relating to the death of Pte J A Halliday of the 12th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, 28 Sep 1918. Photographs 1996-11-28
Material relating to the death of Pte J A Halliday of the 12th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, 28 Sep 1918. Archives 1996-11-28
Japanese Taisho 14 8 mm self-loading pistol, 14th year type 1940 (c). Associated with Japanese forces, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Firearms 1993-04-54
6 pounder, muzzle loading, British common shell, nd; fired at the Siege of Badajoz, Peninsular War, 17 Mar to 5 Apr 1812; marked with number 6288. Ammunition 1963-10-257
Bronze or brass smooth loading cannon, captured by Hausa troops of the Royal Niger Company from the Fulas at Bida during the Sudan-Niger campaign of 1897; 18 inch barrel; 'pistol grip' handle cast on right side of gun; depression cast for firing lock. Artillery 1963-10-160
Mk III No 1 grenade, used during World War One; brass head with belt hook; iron fragmentation ring; wooden handle with white tape streamers; handle stamped with maker's name Hinks, Birmingham; label reads 'British Hand Grenade'. Ammunition 1961-10-22
No 19 grenade, used during World War One; iron case like Mills Bomb; stick handle with three white tape streamers; impact disc stamped with maker's name, Hinks, Birmingham. Ammunition 1961-10-22
Pencil, 1898, made from a converted brass cartridge case and steel bullet, inscribed, 'THE BATTLE OF OMDURMAN Sept 2nd 1898', contained in a presentation box; Field Cornet's Sash, 1899-1902 (c); rock, 1900; flat, oval grey rock; bearing, in relief, a portrait of FM Lord Roberts; Brooch, 1914; photograph of Lord Roberts, gilt frame welded to a gilt safety pin. Crafts 1971-01-29
No 5 Mills grenade, used during World War One. Ammunition 1961-10-22
Two steel aerial darts dropped on ANZAC forces at Gallipoli, August 1915; associated with Australia and New Zealand Army Corps, World War One, Gallipoli (1915-1916). Ammunition 1956-02-924
Photograph album containing 21 photographs and ephemera relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1919; photographs show tending graves; sorters at the Royal Army Ordnance Corps Depot; group shots; sheltering in a cave during an air raid; Administration Mess, Camp 1, Etaples; Orderly Room, Camp 1, Etaples; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Photographs 1995-01-24
Photograph album containing 21 photographs and ephemera relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1919; photographs show tending graves; sorters at the Royal Army Ordnance Corps Depot; group shots; sheltering in a cave during an air raid; Administration Mess, Camp 1, Etaples; Orderly Room, Camp 1, Etaples; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Archives 1995-01-24
Photocopy of the wartime log book by Capt Alfred Jewson when he was a German prisoner of war, 1943-1945. Archives 1996-11-29
Purse, 1900 (c); polished brown leather; containing ten coins of varying denominations dated from 1892-1898; reputedly acquired during the Boer War, 1899-1902. Equipment, general 1971-01-39
Photograph album of 219 photographs (including 14 loose) relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1919; photographs include views of Boulogne, Nice, Paris, Ypres; group shots; the first demobilisation draft returning to England by ship; portraits; playing hockey; picnic outings; the interior of the General Head Quarters Signal Office, Wimereux. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Photographs 1995-01-25
Photograph album of 123 photographs (including one loose), newspaper cuttings and ephemera relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1919; photographs include portraits; group shots; drilling in Hyde Park; issuing kit; an inspection by Winston Churchill; view of Cologne, Aug 1919; travel; documentation; off duty; pay parade; raw recruits led by a Naval Commanding Officer; the arrival of Queen Mary at Folkestone Depot; drilling the Peace March contingent; a display at the Naval, Military and Air Force Tournament, Olympia. Photographs 1995-01-26
Harrington and Richardson .22 in 9 shot revolver 1930 (c), English proofs. Firearms 1993-04-365
Line-firing pistol, .22 in Short Magazine Lee-Enfield action 1907. Firearms 1993-04-366
Smith & Wesson .32 in 2nd Model Safety revolver and case 1920 (c). Firearms 1993-04-368
Smith & Wesson .32 in 2nd Model Safety revolver and case 1920 (c). Equipment, general 1993-04-368
Italian 26 mm signal pistol, Societa Mida, Brescia. Firearms 1993-04-369
Photograph album containing 40 photographs (including one loose), and ephemera relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1918; photographs include portraits; off duty; playing the piano; table tennis; dancing; making beds; medical attention; a hockey match. Photographs 1995-01-27
British Webley and Scott 1 in No 1 Mk V signal pistol and holster 1942 (c). Firearms 1993-04-370
British Webley and Scott 1 in No 1 Mk V signal pistol and holster 1942 (c). Equipment, general 1993-04-370
Czech 25 mm signal pistol Modele Vz-30, 1935 (c). Firearms 1993-04-371
American 1.5 in pyrotechnic pistol M-8, serial number mis-stamped; 1942. Firearms 1993-04-372
Photograph album containing 237 photographs relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1918. Photographs 1995-01-28
Military boot brush, 1910-1917 (c); white wood handle with natural fibre bristles, made by Alex R Reid and Sons; Military boot duster, 1910 (c); pale fawn cotton, with a double brown stripe passing all around and an indecipherable monogram in one corner. Equipment, general 1971-04-24
German 25 mm double barrel signal pistol, 1941. Firearms 1993-04-373
Webley 1 in signal pistol Mk III, 1917; marked to B Coy LMG 3 (?) Btn NZRB. Firearms 1993-04-374
Webley and Scott 1.5 in signal pistol No 3 Mk II, 1941, top mounted safety. Firearms 1993-04-375
Webley 1.5 in signal pistol No 2 Mk I, 1917. Firearms 1993-04-376
Photograph album containing 99 photographs relating to the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1918. Photographs 1995-01-29