E. R. Vincent papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Letter from the Foreign Office (14 Oct. 1914); Letter to his parents (17 Mar. 1915); Issue of L'Eco with assorted cover pages (7 June 1917, n.d.); 3 concert programmes (8 Jan. 1916, n.d.); Typescript notes (n.d.); 2 printed caricature sketches of named Ruhleben prisoners (n.d.); Colour cartoon of Ruhleben horsebox (1917); Programme of a demonstration in London relating to British Civil Prisoners of War (26 Feb. 1917); List of Ruhleben Association members (n.d.); Press cuttings with photographs and illustrations of Ruhleben (n.d.); Photocopied extract from typescript recollections (n.d.); Note (n.d.); Prospectuses of work for Autumn terms at Ruhleben Camp School (1916-1917); 5 Christmas cards (1914-1918); Issue of The Ruhleben Camp Magazine (June 1917); 2 pamphlets The Ruhleben Prisoners: The Case for their Release (n.d.) and The Ruhleben Prisoners: The Government Attitude, Pamphlet No. 3 (1917); 6 postcards (1916, 1918); 2 Christmas cards (1916); Map of Ruhleben from Ruhleben Exhibition catalogue (1919); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Apr. 1977); Letter to Peter Liddle from A. M. Timpson of The Salonika Society (10 June 1979).

Administrative / Biographical History

E. R. Vincent (b. 1894 in Hampstead, London) was studying German at Gotha at the outbreak of War, when he was held as a British Civil Prisoner of War, and interned at Ruhleben, 1914-1918, living in Barrack No. 6 and Barrack No. 11. Later he became a professor.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by E. R. Vincent in 1977. See Ruhleben Correspondence File.

Note

In English and Italian

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed

Related Material

Tape 434: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in Apr. 1977.