Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC46/2/1-81
TitleOfficial papers relating to Mesopotamian campaign and medical arrangements
Extentapprox. 84 items
DescriptionPrinted, typescript and manuscript notes, memoranda, reports, correspondence and miscellanea; including copies of telegraphic correspondence and other copy correspondence, extracts [and drafts]; relating to Mesopotamia and medical arrangements, etc, 1916
Correspondents: [Gen. Rt. Hon. Sir (Cecil Frederick) Nevil] Macready [Adjutant-General, BEF, France, 1914-1916; Adjutant-General to the Forces, 1916-1918], Arthur James Balfour [1st Earl of Balfour; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1915-1916; Foreign Secretary, 1916-1919], [Field-Marshal Sir] W[illiam] [Robert] Robertson [Chief of Imperial General Staff, 1915-1918; various other military offices], Arthur Stanley [Chairman, Joint War Committee], Sir John Hewett, George Curzon [1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Lord President of the Council, 1916-1919; Leader of the House of Lords, 1916-1924; Member of Imperial War Cabinet, 1916; Lord Privy Seal, 1915-1916; various other political offices], Midleton, [J.] Strachey, F. T. Clayton [Lieut. General. Inspector General of Communications], [William Waldegrave Palmer] Selborne [2nd Earl of Selborne; President of the Board of Agriculture, 1915-1916], [Charles Hardinge] [1st Baron Hardinge of Penshurst; Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1906-1910 and 1916-1920; Viceroy of India, 1910-1916], Arthur Brodrick, Sir John Nixon, Arthur John Bigge [1st Baron Stamfordham; Private Secretary to Queen Victoria, 1895-1901, and to Prince of Wales, 1901-1910], E. W. Wallington, Ian Malcolm, [Major-General Edward Frederick Lawson] Burnham [4th Baron Burnham; 'The Daily Telegraph'], Austen Chamberlain [acting as Secretary of State for India, 1915-1917] and others
Includes: /23 Newspaper cutting; /74 Printed report relating to 'Progress made during the Incumbency of the Office of the Director, Medical Services in India'
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/20a and /20b are in addition to /20; /62a is in addition to /62; /23 is a newspaper cutting


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