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Mr Mullock worked in in Calcutta between 1929 and 1937. He worked in Bombay between 1937 and 1948, with a brief interlude in Belgaum, and returned to Calcutta in 1948 before leaving for Britain in 1950.

Given by D.W. Mullock Esq.

Miscellaneous papers. 29 ff xerox copies.

  1. Press cuttings on terrorist activities in Bengal, particularly political assassination, early 1930s.
  2. Material relating to ‘The Royalists’. According to its prospectus ‘The Royalists’ was an organisation composed of ‘younger members of the British Community in India’ which ‘Stood for the King against the King’s Enemies’.  The papers include the minutes of the Annual General Meeting held at the Grand Hotel, Calcutta on 13 September 1934. Mr Mullock was Chairman of the Royalists on this occasion.