'The peace divided', an account of his life and career, 1905-1948, notably his service in India with the Queen's Royal Regt, in Africa with King's African Rifles, and in UK, 1938-1940, 1941-1944, Gibraltar, 1940-1941, South East Asia, 1945, East Africa, 1946-1947 and Berlin, 1948, compiled in 1970 by Ben Lockwood, Hart Dyke's stepson, from notes left by Hart Dyke and printed in 1995. 'Normandy to Arnhem, a story of the infantry', an account of his service with 4 Bn, (Hallamshire Bn), York and Lancaster Regt in the UK, 1943-1944, and North West Europe, 1944-1945, written using regimental war diaries in 1946 and originally printed in 1966, reprinted by 4 Bn, Yorkshire Volunteers in 1991.
HART DYKE, Brig Trevor (1905-1995)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Hart Dyke
- Dates of Creation1946, 1970
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description2 volumes
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born in 1905; educated at Marlborough College and Royal Military College, Sandhurst; 2nd Lt, Queen's Royal Regt, 1924; served in India, 1924-1926; Lt, 1926; Capt, 1935; employed with King's African Rifles, East Africa, 1930-1936; Administrative Company Commander, Queen's Royal Regt Depot, Guildford, ; wrote military handbooks for War Office on British Colonies in Africa, 1936-1937; commanded D Company, 2 Bn, Queen's Royal Regt, UK, ; attended Staff College, 1938-1939; General Staff Officer Grade 3, Operations Branch, War Office, 1939; Bde Maj, 18 Territorial Div, UK, 1939-1940; General Staff Officer Grade 2, Gibraltar, 1940-1941; served in UK, 1941-1944; served with 4 Bn (Hallamshire Bn), York and Lancaster Regt, North West Europe, 1944-1945; General Staff Officer Grade 1, South East Asia, 1945; commanded 5 King's African Rifles, East Africa, 1946-1947; served in Berlin, 1948; died in 1995.
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