Papers and photographs relating to work with UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in China, 1946-1947, and the Ex-Services Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Group, 1984-1987, including four manuscript narrative diaries of Holman's military service, 1941-1945; two photograph albums with views of Egypt, Palestine, South Africa, Aden, and at sea on board HM Hospital Ship LLANDOVERY CASTLE, 1942-1945; booklet by Aubrey Hammond entitled The story of 50 Div (Schindler's Press, Cairo, 1943); papers relating to work with UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in China, including edition of the Canton Daily Star, 1946, 137 mostly uncaptioned photographs of urban and rural China, correspondence with UN staff and letters of appointment, references and memoranda, 1946-1947; typescript draft article by Holman on the National Health Service, 1961; sixty six editions of I F Stone's Bi-Weekly and I F Stone's Weekly 1963-1971; edition of the King-Hall newsletter 1966; booklet entitled The silent killers. New developments in gas and germ weapons (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, London, 1981); papers relating to Ex-Services Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Group, including fourteen editions of 'Ex-Services Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Group Newsletter', 1984-1987, meeting agendas and associated leaflets and circulars; booklet entitled The soldier's tale (Ex-Services Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Publications, Bristol, 1987). Also publications, 1937-1987, including four John Player and Sons cigarette card albums entitled 'The Coronation of HM King George VI and HM Queen Elizabeth 1937', 'Military uniforms of the British Empire overseas' , 'An album of modern naval craft' , and 'Aircraft of the Royal Air Force' ; booklet entitled British, French and German warships at a glance (Sampson Low, Marston and Company, London, 1940); five editions of Lilliput magazine, 1940-1944.
HOLMAN, Capt Ambrose Walter (1910-1988)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Holman
- Dates of Creation1937-1987
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 box or 0.01m3, 2 volumes
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born 1910; served in World War Two, 1939-1945; commissioned as Lt, Army Dental Corps, 1939; Capt, 1940; served on HM Hospital Ship LLANDOVERY CASTLE, 1940-1942; posted for duty in Middle East, 1942-1943; served in North Africa and Italy, 1943-1945; service with Southern Command, UK, 1945; released from Army, 1946; worked with UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in China, 1946-1947; member of Ex-Services Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Group; died 1988.
3 files, 2 volumes
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