Harold Hill papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Photocopied typescript recollections (nd); 2 published photographs 'Westhoek Ridge, as it was in War and as it is today in Peace' (nd); 3 manuscript letters to his family (24 May 1917, 20 January 1918, 21 February 1919); Post Office telegraph (7 June 1918); Typescript extracts from letters, 5 December 1916-1 December 1917 (nd); Press cutting 'A Mesopotamian Dust Storm' (nd); Typed transcripts of journal, 14 February 1918-21 February 1919, written whilst in India (nd); Memorial card for Fred Gibson Hill, killed in action on the Western Front on 28 May 1918 (June 1918).

Administrative / Biographical History

Harold H. Hill, born in 1896, was a Private, 1st Battalion, Oxford&Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and MGC (Machine Gun Corps), serving in Mesopotamia, 1916-1918, and in India, 1918-1919.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted.

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by Enid Hill per Lorna M. Smith. See Research Correspondence File.

Note

In English.

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed.

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