Certificates, notifications of appointments and typescript curriculum vitae relating to Lindsay-Young's career, 1914-1944, with printed article by Capt John Stewart Noall Bernays entitled 'The Sudan troubles of 1924' from The Green Tiger, May 1933. Typescript account of Lindsay-Young's service in Ireland during the Anglo-Irish War, 1920-1922, entitled 'Under the shadow of darkness-Ireland 1920'. Typescript text of lecture by Lindsay-Young relating to his service as Commanding Officer, 1 Bn, Leicestershire Regt, Malaya, 1941-1942, with printed map of Malaya, 1938, annotated by Lindsay-Young with events in the Malayan campaign, 1941-1942. Typescript account by Lindsay-Young of his service with Headquarters, 4 Line of Communication Sub Area, British Liberation Army, from Lille, France, Sep 1944, to Berlin, Germany, Aug 1945. Papers relating to Lindsay-Young's service in Belgium, 1944, including typescript memorandum on the reporting of German atrocities, Sep 1944; typescript 'Brussels garrison refugee plan' outlining procedures to be adopted if German forces advance towards Brussels [Dec 1944]. Papers relating to the Potsdam Conference, Germany, codename TERMINAL, on the surrender terms for Japan, and the boundaries and peace terms for Europe, Jul-Aug 1945, including manuscript and typescript notes for an article on the Potsdam Conference by Lindsay-Young ; typescript 'Report on Operation TERMINAL, 12th June-15th August, 1945' by Brig Owen Murton Wales, commanding 4 Line of Communication Sub Area, with thirteen uncaptioned photographs relating to the Potsdam Conference, Germany, 1945. Papers, photographs and newspaper cuttings relating to Lindsay-Young's service in the Control Commission for Germany, Berlin and Flensburg, 1945-1948, including sixty five mostly uncaptioned photographs of Berlin and Potsdam, Germany, May-Jun 1945; typescript notes entitled 'Group commanders conference, Kiel', Jun 1947; letter to Lindsay-Young from AVM Hugh Vivian Champion de Crespigny, Regional Commissioner for Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, relating to a proposal to establish a Patent Office for Germany, Oct 1947. Papers and maps relating to the history of the Frisian Islands, Germany, 1936-1969, including printed map of Langeness Island, 1936; typescript notes on Groede-Appellard Island .
LINDSAY-YOUNG, Lt Col Evelyn (1893-1986)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Lindsay-Young
- Dates of Creation1913-1969
- Language of MaterialEnglish , German
- Physical Description1 box or 0.01 cubic metre
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born 1893; educated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; service with Dublin University Officer Training Corps, 1912-1913; commissioned into Regular Army, 1913; served in World War One, 1914-1918; temporary Lt, 8 Bn, Gordon Highlanders, 1914-1915; Lt, 1915; service with 1 Bn and 2 Bn, 19 Punjabi Regt, Indian Army, 1915-1920; Mahsud Rising, North West Frontier, India, May-Jul 1917; Capt, 1917; acting Maj, 1917-1918; Marris Rising, North West Frontier, India, Mar 1918; service in Palestine, Egyptian Expeditionary Force, 1918; served in Third Afghan War, North West Frontier, India, 1919; Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, 1919-1920; acting Lt Col, 1919-1920; transferred to Connaught Rangers, Jul 1920; service in Ireland during Anglo-Irish War, 1920-1922; transferred to Leicestershire Regt on disbandment of the Connaught Rangers, 1922; service in India, 1922-1923; served with 2 Bn, Leicestershire Regt in the Sudan during mutiny of Egyptian troops, 1924; Staff Capt, Aldershot Command, 1928-1932; 1 Bn, Leicestershire Regt, Ambala, Multan, Jubbulpore and Razmak, India, 1932-1941; Maj, 1935; service in Waziristan, North West Frontier, India, 1939; Lt Col, 1939; Commanding Officer, 1 Bn, Leicestershire Regt, 1939-; served in World War Two, 1939-1945; served in Pahang, Malaya, 1941; service with Headquarters, 4 Line of Communication Sub Area, British Liberation Army, North West Europe, 1944-1945; attended TERMINAL, the Potsdam Conference, Germany, Jul-Aug 1945; Control Commission for Germany (British Element), Berlin and Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, 1945-1948; retired from Army, 1947; died 1986.
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