Mackrell Papers: Box 3
Papers and notes from Dennis Segal about the evacuation and general information of Burma.
Folder 1 –
- Report given by the Indian Tea Association on the assistance given by the Indian Tea Association, 14th April 1942.
- General notes on tea planting in Assam.
- Notes about the Indian Tea Association.
- Notes from the Indian Tea Association report on the evacuation of troops and Gurkhas from Burma via the Pangsau route.
- Extract from the report of the Indian Tea Association.
- Administration report from the Manipur State, 1931-1932.
- An extract from ‘Below the Naga Hills’.
- Notes about Tulloch.
- Map of North-West Burma.
- Notes about the Naga Tribes- Headhunting and human sacrifice.
Folder 2 –
- A news article about the tea planters help to Burma Refugees.
- Four maps of Burma and Assam.
- A sketch map showing tribes on the North-East frontier.
- A map of the Dibru-Sadiya 1939.
- A sketch map of the land route to Manipur.
- A map of the route from Margherita to Tagapga.
- An article about the Indian Police Services.
- Race and resistance in Burma, 1942-1945.
- an extract from the Tales of Burma by Richard Diran.
- The uncommon misery, the 1944-45 campaign.
- An article about Richard Rubinstein.
- An article about the special forces in Burma in World War 2.
Folder 3 –
- 24 notebooks from Dennis Segal about the Burma Evacuation.
Mackrell Papers: Box 2
Papers relating to Gyles Mackrell, a tea planter in Assam during the evacuation of Burma; papers about Lambert and his work during the evacuation of Burma.
Folder 1 –
- Extract from British relations with the hill tribes of Assam since 1858
- Photo of Gyles Mackrell and F.C. Williams
- Information about the different evacuation routes through Burma
- A letter from Mackrell to his family, 13th of February 1934
- The diary of Mackrell from the 4th of June – 6th of October 1942
- Letters between Mackrell and Rossiter and Rowland
- Letters from Milne and Manley to Mackrell
- Information from Brigadier Whitworth about the rescue of the Rowland Party
- Letters from various members of Rowland’s party to Mackrell
- Letters to and from Mackrell about the rescue to the Rowland Party
- An extract from the Assam Regiment Club Newsletter, 1954
- Extract from the Forgotten Frontier.
- A letter about Mackrell receiving an award
- News article about awards received for the evacuation of Burma
- News articles about Mackrell’s marriage and obituary
- Mackrell’s death certificate
- Notes on Mackrell and tea planting
- Extract from how the military came to Digboi, Upper Assam, in 1941
- Notes about Mackrell’s rescue of the Rowland Party
- Tour diary of Routledge in 1945/46
- Letters to Mr Annan
- Notes on the North East Frontier and the part played by officers of the Indian Police in its administration and development, by Walker.
Folder 2 –
- Roll of Indian Police officers 1861-1947
- Notes about Ledo Road
- Photos taken by Lambert in 1935-1936
- Notes on Lambert and the evacuation of the Chinese 5th Army
- Report on the evacuation of the Northern and Eastern Districts of Burma by routes leading to Northern Assam, Letters to and from Lambert
- Letters about Lambert receiving an award
- An extract from a Japanese agent in Tibet
- A typescript by Forman about Lambert
- Diary extracts from Wilkie, Clarke and McGuire
- Letters about Lambert
- An extract from ‘To guard my people’ by Lambert
- A letter extract from Lambert
- A letter about Lambert
- A news article about Lambert
Folder 3 –
- Papers from North and McGuire
- Information about evacuation routes through Burma
- The evacuation of the Chinese 5th Army by Lambert
- Diaries and reports from the appendix of the Report on evacuation of the Northern and Eastern districts of Burma leading to Northern Assam by the Pangsau route.
- News article about awards given for the evacuation of Burma
- Diary entry about the Chinese Army
- Notes from Lambert’s obituary.
Mackrell Papers: Box 1
Letters and diary entries from Sir John Rowland and his party as they evacuated Burma into Assam; letters and diaries of Alasdair Tainsh.
Folder 1 –
- Diary of Sir John Rowland kept during the evacuation.
- Letters from Rowland, dated August 13th 1942.
- Notes from the memoirs of E.I.Milne.
- The attitude of the Burmese People in the recent campaign written by Rowland.
- News articles about Rowland’s Party and the evacuation from Burma.
- Extract of Millar’s Diary
- Summary of Millar’s Diary
- Extracts from Gardiner’s Diary
- List of the Rossiter Family
- Letter from Edward Rossiter, 30th October 1942
Folder 2 –
- Keeping fit in the jungle, by Alasdair Tainsh, January 1943
- Diary of A. Tainsh
- Extracts from ‘And some fell by the wayside’ by Tainsh.
- Extracts from ‘The Mould Connection’ by Tainsh.
- The peasant approach to the fungal problem and current medical research by Tainsh.
- News article about Tainsh
Folder 3 – Information about Thomson and Lindop who worked closely with Tainsh on the Pangsau pass.
- Copy of a letter from from Lindop on the 30th of January 1943.
- Letter from Lindop to Leach, 28th March 1946.
- Letter to Leach from C.F.B Pearce.
- Lindop’s obituary.
- Lindop’s death certificate.
- Letter about Thomson.
- Extract of letter from Elsie Thomson (R Thomson’s wife), 9th of February 1943
- Notes about awards received by Thomson
- Letter extracts between Thomson and Humble.
- Elsie Thomson’s death certificate
- Death certificate of Ronald Thomson
- Notes from the Thomson’s obituary
- Letters about Thomson’s death.
- Twelve letters from Barlow to his wife.
- Extract from memoirs of W.H.D Newton.