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

Correspondence from India and Africa

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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 armed forces and the need for the armed forces to be prepared for war.

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Correspondence from S.W. regarding his Indian Tour of 1893

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  • Reference: SW_13.15
  • Keyword:  warfare history war ww1
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Speeches by Lord Roberts at R.A. Practice Camp, Secunderabad

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  • Reference: SW_13.16
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Correspondence from Sir James Browne (Agent in Baluchistan)

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  • Reference: SW_13.17
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Writings from and relating to Lord Milner

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  • Reference: SW_13.18
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Correspondence from H.W. Wilson (writer and journalist)

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  • Reference: SW_13.19
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F.York Powell (Oxford Historian) on the build-up to war

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  • Reference: SW_13.20
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Naval Affairs and S.W.'s writings on Military Affairs

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  • Reference: SW_13.21
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Navy League Letters and papers

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  • Reference: SW_13.22
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General Hamilton's correspondence from Pakistan, South Africa, Tokyo

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  • Reference: SW_13.23
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Assorted letters including German correspondence 1884 - 1921

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  • Reference: SW_13.24
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Correspondence on literary activities

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  • Reference: SW_13.25
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Correspondence on the conduct of the war

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  • Reference: SW_13.26
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Training assistance and relations with Germany

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  • Reference: SW_13.27
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W.G. Rutherford on war, literature, and peace

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  • Reference: SW_13.28
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General Fierren comments upon S.W.'S book on Napoleon

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  • Reference: SW_13.29
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