Military tactics discussed in letters to and from military leaders, 1881-1935

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9 volumes in Military tactics discussed in letters to and from military leaders, 1881-1935

Germany from a military perspective 1881-1894

This file predominantly consists of correspondence from 1881 to 1894, the period preceding the Second Boer War, yet with a strangely prescient focus upon German politics and the German military. Concerns covered in these items do include volunteer recruitment and officer training; however, they also cover coverage of political affairs...

  • Contributor:  National Army Museum
  • Reference:  SW_File 1
  • Keyword:  warfare history war ww1

Correspondence upon military matters

These documents contain a clear focus upon military matters; commencing with correspondence from former Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Sir Charles Dilke, upon imperial defence. The other correspondence here is from Field Marshal Lord Nicholson and Field Marshal Frederick Roberts.

  • Contributor:  National Army Museum
  • Reference:  SW_File 2
  • Keyword:  warfare history war ww1

Correspondence from India and Africa

Three core themes emerge from this correspondence the first is of speeches from British office holders in India during the 1890's. The second is of correspondence relating to wars in Africa, especially South Africa, from the 1890's to the 1910's. The last is upon defence, the need to expand the...

  • Contributor:  National Army Museum
  • Reference:  SW_File 3
  • Keyword:  warfare history war ww1

World War One and Naval Education

The contents of this file focus upon the progress of World War One and writings on naval education. Commentary upon the war includes includes a 'Memorandum on The Principles Governing the Use of Aircraft in The Operations of War', alongside correspondence from Rt. Hon. H.H. Asquith, Lord Kitchener, and Sir...

  • Contributor:  National Army Museum
  • Reference:  SW_File 4
  • Keyword:  warfare history war ww1
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