Tom Marshall collection

Scope and Content

4 volumes of letters, 21 Nov. 1914-10 May 1917, transcribed by his sister and his father (n.d.); Papers relating to examinations taken at Ruhleben and endorsed by The Chartered Institute of Secretaries, the Royal Society of Arts and the University of London (June-Dec. 1918); Extract from the Journal of the Royal Society of Arts (15 Nov. 1918); Soldiers' Council open letter [1918]; Prospectus of work for Summer Term at Ruhleben Camp School (1916); Prospectus of work for Autumn Term at Ruhleben Camp School (1917); Ruhleben Exhibition catalogue (1919); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Feb. 1999).

Administrative / Biographical History

Tom H. Marshall (b. 1893 in London) was educated at Rugby and Trinity College, Cambridge. He was studying German in Weimar at the outbreak of War, held as a British Civil Prisoner of War, and interned at Ruhleben, 1914-1918. He later became a professor.

Access Information

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by T. H. Marshall in Jan. 1977. See Ruhleben Correspondence File.


In English

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Related Material

Tape 429: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in Feb. 1999.