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Papers relating to the Cavalry Corps Signals Old Comrades Association, 1914-1970 (c); collected by George Cooper, London Secretary of the Association. Archives 1998-01-155
Photographs relating to the Cavalry Corps Signals Old Comrades Association, 1914-1970 (c); collected by George Cooper, London Secretary of the Association. Photographs 1998-01-156
48 photographs relating to the Burma Campaign, 1941-1945; includes photographs of the capture of 'Scraggy' during the Imphal-Kohima battle 1944; ammunition supply on the Tamu Road; RAF aiding Gurkhas during attack on a hill near Palel 1944, Imphal market; 7th Light Cavalry armour; ambulance jeep; 23rd Division on parade, India, Sir Claude Auchinleck; Seramban victory parade; 23rd Division Reunion; Dutch East Indies. Photographs 1998-01-154
Silver one-pint tankard, No 1 Commando; unit title and insignia with facsimile autographs, 1944 (c); straight-sided, tapering towards top, flattened C-shaped handle, flat base stamped with full name of manufacturer and address; silver by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Limited, hallmarked London, 1943-1944. Silver 1998-01-164
Greenwich from the Observatory, 1837 (c). Watercolour by Colonel (later Major General) James Pattison Cockburn, Royal Artillery, (1779 (c) -1849); inscribed verso in pencil; view to north, Greenwich Hospital and The Queen's House to the left, edge of Observatory building on extreme left, deer in park. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-01-165
View of Greenwich and London looking north-west from the Observatory hill, 1837 (c). Watercolour by Colonel (later Major General) James Pattison Cockburn, Royal Artillery (1779 (c) -1849), 1837 (c); a family with an old man pointing out the view in left foreground. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-01-166
Greenwich Hospital from the Isle of Dogs, 1837 (c). Watercolour by Colonel (later Major General) James Pattison Cockburn, Royal Artillery (1779 (c)-1849); inscribed in ink and signed verso; a group with several ladies being rowed across the river, left foreground. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-01-167
Collection of 70 watercolours by P W Reynolds, 1900 (c). Single figure uniform studies. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-01-168
North Indian folding knife, owned by Capt R H Gass, Indian Army, 1935 (c). Edged Weapons 1998-01-174
Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife, 3rd pattern, 1943; carried at Normandy Landings 1944; leather sheath with repaired chape. Edged Weapons 1998-01-169
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916. Captured from German troops in 1944 by Sgt S Scott, No 2 Army Commando; with associated sling; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Firearms 1998-01-170
Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Mk III* .303 in bolt action rifle, 1916. Captured from German troops in 1944 by Sgt S Scott, No 2 Army Commando; with associated sling; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Equipment, general 1998-01-170
Lee Enfield .303 in rifle, pattern 1914, 1916 (c); with sling. Associated with Sgt S Scott, No 3 Commando, World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Firearms 1998-01-171
Lee Enfield .303 in rifle, pattern 1914, 1916 (c); with sling. Associated with Sgt S Scott, No 3 Commando, World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Equipment, general 1998-01-171
Sword bayonet, pattern 1913, 1916; associated with Sgt S Scott, No 3 Commando; with leather scabbard dated 1917; and frog, manufactured by Mills Equipment Company, 1952). Edged Weapons 1998-01-172
Sword bayonet, pattern 1913, 1916; associated with Sgt S Scott, No 3 Commando; with leather scabbard dated 1917; and frog, manufactured by Mills Equipment Company, 1952). Equipment, general 1998-01-172
Sword bayonet, pattern 1907, 1919; with leather scabbard and standard canvas frog; RAF markings, associated with Sgt S Scott, No 3 Commando. Edged Weapons 1998-01-173
Sword bayonet, pattern 1907, 1919; with leather scabbard and standard canvas frog; RAF markings, associated with Sgt S Scott, No 3 Commando. Equipment, general 1998-01-173
Uniform of Brig Hugh Murray Johnstone McIntyre, 1942 (c), Royal Regiment of Artillery: bush jacket; khaki drill breeches; khaki drill shorts; service dress trousers, 1939-1946; battle dress trousers, 1943; overalls, 1946 (c); pair of chaplis, 1946 (c); anklets; canvas leggings; service dress tie; hot weather service dress tie; all ranks battle dress tie; officer's hot weather waistbelt; cravat, 1912-1946. Uniforms 1998-02-2
Uniform of Brig Hugh Murray Johnstone McIntyre, 1942 (c), Royal Regiment of Artillery: bush jacket; khaki drill breeches; khaki drill shorts; service dress trousers, 1939-1946; battle dress trousers, 1943; overalls, 1946 (c); pair of chaplis, 1946 (c); anklets; canvas leggings; service dress tie; hot weather service dress tie; all ranks battle dress tie; officer's hot weather waistbelt; cravat, 1912-1946. Equipment, uniform 1998-02-2
Mess dress uniform of Lt Col Andrew Jeffrey Pinion (later Colonel), Royal Regiment of Artillery, 1961-1991 (c): mess jacket, 1966-1987; mess vest; two overalls, 1975-1991 and 1962-1991; hot weather mess jacket, 1981 (c); cummerbund, 1981 (c). Uniforms 1998-02-3
Headdresses worn by Col Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, Royal Regiment of Artillery, 1957-1991 (c): two officer's No 1 dress peaked forage caps, 1957 (c)-1991 (c) and 1957 (c)-1971 (c); service dress forage cap; beret; bush hat, 1980 (c)-1982 (c); field service forage cap, 1975 (c)-1991 (c); cap comforter, 1975-1991. Uniforms 1998-02-4
Beret worn by Colonel Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, 1961 (c), Royal Regiment of Artillery, Para. Uniforms 1998-02-5
Uniform worn by Col Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, Royal Artillery, 1962-1991 (c). Uniforms 1998-02-6
Beret worn by Colonel Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, Royal Regiment of Artillery Commando, 1968-1970. Uniforms 1998-02-8
Car pennant used by Brigadier William Francis Kynaston Thompson OBE, 1958 (c), HQ 4th Division, Royal Artillery. Flags and Colours 1998-02-10
Union flag, probably used to cover the coffin of Pte Alfred Leslie Colbourne, 1917 (c), South Staffordshire Regiment; Colbourne was killed on the Western Front, 9 Feb 1917, aged 20. Flags and Colours 1998-02-11
Japanese flag captured by the 4/18th Royal Garhwal Rifles at Arakan, Burma, 1944; associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Flags and Colours 1998-02-12
Scarf (non uniform) worn by Capt Geoffrey Dempsey, 1944 (c), 4/18th Royal Garhwal Rifles, in India and Burma. Uniforms 1998-02-13
Japanese flag associated with Major Edward Guy Medlicott Goodwin, 1944 (c), Royal Regiment of Artillery. Flags and Colours 1998-02-14
Mess uniform worn by Staff Sergeant D Hughes, 1994 (c), Corps of Royal Engineers Combined Cadet Force: mess jacket; mess vest; trousers; braces. Uniforms 1998-02-15
Mess uniform worn by Staff Sergeant D Hughes, 1994 (c), Corps of Royal Engineers Combined Cadet Force: mess jacket; mess vest; trousers; braces. Equipment, uniform 1998-02-15
Regimental medal, 57th Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own). Medals 1998-02-23
Blazer bearing Middlesex Regiment buttons and braces in Middlesex Regiment colours, worn by Lt Col Thomas William Chattey OBE, 1994 (c). Uniforms 1998-02-16
Blazer bearing Middlesex Regiment buttons and braces in Middlesex Regiment colours, worn by Lt Col Thomas William Chattey OBE, 1994 (c). Equipment, uniform 1998-02-16
Battle dress blouse and trousers worn by Sergeant Max Kahn, Pioneer Corps; Kahn, a German Jew, fled Germany in 1938 and was naturalised in 1949. Uniforms 1998-02-19
Jumper, headover, hose top and puttees, No 3 Commando, 1940-1946; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Uniforms 1998-02-20
Medal group awarded to Major Dorothy Ellen Adams, Women's Royal Army Corps, 1939-1950: Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45; Efficiency Medal, and bar. Medals 1998-02-1
Buttons associated with Lieutenant Colonel Thomas William Chattey, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own), 1933-1960. Badges 1998-02-17
Badges associated with Lt Col Thomas William Chattey, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own), 1933-1960: two cap badges; four collar badges; eight rank badges. Badges 1998-02-18
All ranks beret worn by Colonel Patrick Anthony Porteous VC, 1945 (c), No 4 Commando; made by Kangol Wear Limited, 1943. Metal thread embroidered; associated with World War Two. North West Europe (1944-1945). Uniforms 1998-02-22
Badges associated with Sergeant S Scott, No 3 Commando, 1940-1946: formation badge; shoulder title; proficiency badge. Badges 1998-02-21
Uniform worn by Colonel Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, Royal Artillery, 1962-1991 (c): hot weather service dress tunic; hot weather service dress trousers; service dress tunic; service dress trousers; tie; two Sam Browne waistbelts; Sam Browne sword frog; two Sam Browne shoulder slings; mackintosh; two pairs of barrack dress trousers; two No 2 dress shirts; two pairs of lightweight trousers; two pairs of khaki drill trousers; No 1 dress tunic; overalls; stable belt; pair of white gloves; blue web waistbelt. Uniforms 1998-02-7
Uniform worn by Colonel Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, Royal Artillery, 1962-1991 (c): hot weather service dress tunic; hot weather service dress trousers; service dress tunic; service dress trousers; tie; two Sam Browne waistbelts; Sam Browne sword frog; two Sam Browne shoulder slings; mackintosh; two pairs of barrack dress trousers; two No 2 dress shirts; two pairs of lightweight trousers; two pairs of khaki drill trousers; No 1 dress tunic; overalls; stable belt; pair of white gloves; blue web waistbelt. Equipment, uniform 1998-02-7
Footwear and legwear worn by Col Andrew Jeffrey Pinion, Royal Artillery, 1962-1991 (c): two pairs of DMS boots; ammunition boot; two pairs of other ranks green socks; two pairs of other ranks grey socks; two pairs of other ranks brown socks; pair of other ranks hose tops; pair of white seaboot socks; two puttees; four other ranks puttees; four garter flashes. Uniforms 1998-02-9
Memoir of E Abbottrecalling service in the Women's Royal Naval Service and Women's Royal Air Force: 'Combined Operations' and the Auxiliary Territorial Service 1939-1942; piece entitled 'Recruiting' dealing with her subsequent service as an ATS recruiting officer. Archives 1998-02-24
Press cutting from Soldier D Day Supplement, 4 Jun 1984: 'Elsewhere on D-Day', featuring Cicely Ackland (Mrs Earp), then with 6 Ack-Ack Group Signals in Southampton. Archives 1998-02-25
Obituaries and order of memorial service programme for Katharine Ackland (1892-1966), Auxiliary Territorial Service and former Mayor of Chelsea. Archives 1998-02-26
Papers relating to Margaret Ashworth, Auxiliary Territorial Service: three receipts; notice; certificate of meritorious service; magazine; extended service enrolment form; absence slip. Archives 1998-02-27
Letter with press cutting sent Nov 1985, relating to Mrs Annie Barraclough, former Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and now a 'glamorous granny'. Archives 1998-02-28
Memoir of service of P E Baxter (Mrs Longland), 93rd Searchlight Regiment, written 1985. Archives 1998-02-29
Clothing coupons, H Bell, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-31
Three copies of memoir of service of S M Bernard (Mrs Butler), Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-32
Papers of I R Beddington (nee Farquhar), Royal Army Medical Corps: soldier's service and pay book; identity certificate; three postcards; four photographs; photograph book; two non-fraternization letters; letter; note. Archives 1998-02-30
Papers of I R Beddington (nee Farquhar), Royal Army Medical Corps: soldier's service and pay book; identity certificate; three postcards; four photographs; photograph book; two non-fraternization letters; letter; note. Photographs 1998-02-30
Papers regarding enlistment, postings, and pay and emoluments of Daisy Muriel Beston, Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1939-1949. Archives 1998-02-33
Soldier's service and pay book of Marjorie Edith Blofield (nee Parker). Archives 1998-02-34
Memoir of service, Eileen Boardman (Mrs Kisly), Auxiliary Territorial Service; with portrait photo and covering letter. Archives 1998-02-35
Memoir of service, Eileen Boardman (Mrs Kisly), Auxiliary Territorial Service; with portrait photo and covering letter. Photographs 1998-02-35
Note confirming eligibility of P N Bowles, Auxiliary Territorial Service, for 1939-45 Star and France and Germany Star. Archives 1998-02-36
Papers of E F Breach regarding award of service medals; with photo of Breach in uniform. Archives 1998-02-37
Papers of E F Breach regarding award of service medals; with photo of Breach in uniform. Photographs 1998-02-37
Soldier's service and pay book and Physical Training Book, (her notes); from papers of L M Breakwell, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-38
Obituary of Countess Brecknock, published in the Daily Telegraph, 26 Aug 1989. Archives 1998-02-39
Obituary of Lady Betty Cartwright, published in the Daily Telegraph, 3 Aug 1987. Archives 1998-02-50
Soldier's service and pay book, Hyacinth Edmundson (Mrs Stanforth), Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-68
Memoir of service of G Breeds in two parts, with photographs. Archives 1998-02-40
Papers of M J Brewerton (Mrs Lewis): soldier's service and pay book; photograph of 5 Platoon A Coy No7 Training Centre. Archives 1998-02-41
Papers of M J Brewerton (Mrs Lewis): soldier's service and pay book; photograph of 5 Platoon A Coy No7 Training Centre. Photographs 1998-02-41
Memoir of Eva Buckingham: 'Service Life Home and Abroad' (two copies), Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-42
Memoir of G Burgess: 'Journey to the Aviary', (a Cairo transit camp 1942), Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-44
Press cutting from local newspaper profiling Pat Williams Burr, ex-Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1991. Archives 1998-02-45
Memoirs of Joan Button: 'My Memories of the ATS' (two copies), with photographs. Archives 1998-02-46
Memoir and three papers relating to Casablanca Conference 1943; associated with J Cambridge, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-48
Extended service enrolment form, 11 Mar 1947, and certificate of meritorious service, Middle East Land Forces, January 1947; associated with K D Carney. Archives 1998-02-49
Text of lectures delivered by Chief Commander Rachel Chadwyck-Healey, 1943, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-51
Memoir of service, Violet Dixon (Mrs Greathurst), Auxiliary Territorial Service, with three photographs. Archives 1998-02-65
Memoirs of service (three copies), M Doherty, 1942-1965, Auxiliary Territorial Service and Women's Royal Army Corps: 'The Best Years of My Life'. Archives 1998-02-66
Memoir of service, R Cummings, Auxiliary Territorial Service, written 1984. Archives 1998-02-61
Leave to pass, issued by the French, valid Jun 1940, M E M Dawson. Archives 1998-02-62
Papers of M Clarke, Auxiliary Territorial Service: passes for Ghent and Bruges, Jul and Aug 1945; airgraph. Archives 1998-02-56
Officer's ration card (Women's Services), Jul 1946, Marjorie Charlton, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-53
Contemporary report by Jnr Commander Alma Crofton: 'The ATS with the 8th Army in Italy'. Archives 1998-02-59
Memoir of Janet Cocknam: 'Service Memories', recalling passage home from Egypt in 1941, written 1952. Archives 1998-02-58
Three caricatures of Chief Commandant Gell, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-81
Memoir of service in Palestine, Jill Gillet, Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1945-1948. Archives 1998-02-82
Brief memoir of service (two copies), Marjorie Garrard, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-80
Correspondence regarding Auxiliary Territorial Service, HM Queen Elizabeth, 1941-1945. Archives 1998-02-71
Press cutting from the Daily Mirror, Mar 1945, on Evelyn Wyebergh, the oldest Auxiliary Territorial Service member. Archives 1998-02-158
Memoir of Sergeant Gwen Woodcock (two copies): 'A True War Story' with covering letter and photograph. Archives 1998-02-157
Memoir of Sergeant Gwen Woodcock (two copies): 'A True War Story' with covering letter and photograph. Photographs 1998-02-157
Menu, Auxiliary Territorial Service Officers HQ British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) regimental dinner, 24 Sep 1948; belonged to D Wolf. Archives 1998-02-156
Soldier's service and pay book and certificate of good service for RSM Alma Florence Wilson, Auxiliary Terrtorial Service, Jul 1944. Archives 1998-02-155
Photocopied documents regarding the award of the MBE to Jnr Cdr Williamson, Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1947. Archives 1998-02-154
Nominal roll, B Platoon; Resident's Pass (Brussels); ticket for RAF flight from Brussels to Northolt, Jul 1945; five photographs; associated with P J Whitfield, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-02-152
Nominal roll, B Platoon; Resident's Pass (Brussels); ticket for RAF flight from Brussels to Northolt, Jul 1945; five photographs; associated with P J Whitfield, Auxiliary Territorial Service. Photographs 1998-02-152
YWCA Service Clubs for Women in the Middle East leaflet, distributed to Cpl B Staig, 532 Coy Middle East Forces. Archives 1998-02-136
Seven press cuttings relating to Canadian Women's Army Corps, associated with Col Stead. Archives 1998-02-137
Contemporary letter describing service with Middle East Forces, Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1944; associated with Jennie A D Wellstead (10 pages but wanting pages 1-2). Archives 1998-02-150
Recollection of wartime wedding of M P Waddell (Mrs Robinson), written in 1988; associated with Auxiliary Territorial Service, World War Two. Archives 1998-02-148