Archive / Tag: Burma (Myanmar)

  • Hughes Papers
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    T.L. Hughes C.B.E. and Mrs Hughes Burma: 1941-1947 Memoir ‘Some personal recollections of Burma, 1941-47’, by Thoms Lewis Hughes. (Chapter 1, pp. 1-21, missing): CHAPTER II – GOVERNMENT IN EXILE: […]
  • Higginbotham Papers
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    P.B. Higginbotham Small Collections Box 13 Given by Mr. E. Higginbotham. Burma: 1942 TS Diary of a march from Sumprabum. to Ledo in May/June 1942, made by P.B. Higginbotham, written […]
  • Heaney Papers: Box 6
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    Folder: ‘India: descriptive and historical’. Copy of TS article ‘An episode on the Frontier’ by Brigadier G.F. Heaney. 7pp. Letter from G.F. Heaney from Rezu, Eastern Bengal, 20 January 1921 […]
  • Heaney Papers: Box 1
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    TS account of a tiger shoot in North Bengal, near Ramshai, Jalpaiguri District, 1924, with F.W. Strong I.C.S., officiating Commissioner of division in which Ramshai is situated. Xerox copies of […]
  • Fyfe Papers
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    Given by Mr C. Fyfe. Xerox copy of the typescript of Mr Fyfe’s Railway history of Burma in 14 chapters. The 2nd Anglo-Burmese war of 1852 resulted in the annexation of Lower […]
  • Fraser, E. Papers
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    Lecture on the first Anglo-Burmese War by W.S. Desai.
  • Dunn Papers: Box 2
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    File entitled: Currency Committee, Calcutta 1932. TS relating to amendments to Currency Laws of India for Burma. 6pp. + 9pp. (Prepared by C.W. Dunn). Copy of printed paper Acts of the […]
  • Dennys Papers
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    Lent by Brig. G.F. Heaney. Microfilm No. 23 Memoir: ‘Some reminiscences of my life’, 46pp. An account of the army career in India of Colonel W.A.B. Dennys. Joined 39th Bengal Infantry […]
  • Cummins Papers
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    Patrick Henry Cummins, I.M.S. Given by Mrs. C.E. Cummins N.W.F.P., Assam, Burma, Bengal: 1925-1945 Summary of Service of and Confidential Reports on Patrick Henry Cummins, I.M.S. (3 sheets). Map of […]
  • Cornfield Papers
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    Box 1: Born in 1899, Leonard Crosfield studied at Oxford before joining the Oxford and Bucks. Light Infantry for service in Northern France in 1918. After the war he joined […]