The collection contains telegrams sent by Perris to the Daily Chronicle and typescripts of articles, written by George Perris, concerning World War One, 1914-1918.
Perris, George Herbert
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 924/165-218
- Dates of Creation1914-1918
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description3 boxes
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Administrative / Biographical History
George Herbert Perris was born in Liverpool in 1866. He began a career in journalism in 1883. He held various posts in provincial and national newspapers. During World War One he was war correspondent for the Daily Chronicle in France. He also published many works on foreign policy and military history. He died 23 December 1920.
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Catalogue of Manuscripts Deposited by the Institute of Historical Research
The Brotherton Library, Leeds University, holds letters from Aylmer Maude, 1901-1911; the Bodleian Library, Oxford University, has letters to George Gilbert Aime Murray, 1910-1916 (Ref: Mss Gilbert Murray), and correspondence with J L Myers, 1910-1912 (Ref: MSS Myers); the House of Lords Record Office contains letters to David Soskice, 1904-1911 (Ref: Stow Hill Papers).
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