Sidney Cox papers

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      GB 206 Liddle Collection POW 017
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  • Physical Description
      1 file; manuscript, photographs, a postcard, and a press cutting (photocopy)

Scope and Content

7 letters from friends (13 April 1917-29 May 1919; ca. 1972); List of signatures (n.d.); Letters and a postcard from his wife (30 Mar.-11 May 1918, n.d.); Letters and postcard to his wife, including some official correspondence relating to wounding, capture, and release (10 Sep. 1917-23 Dec. 1918); Photograph (n.d.); 3 letters to his wife, two from S. H. Cox's comrades whilst he was missing (22 Jan. 1917, 9 June 1918, 21 July 1918); Letters from the Rifle Brigade POW Help Fund to S. H. Cox's wife (1 May 1918); 3 photographs (1915); Photocopied press cutting and role of honour (n.d.).

Administrative / Biographical History

Sidney H. Cox, a Driver, Royal Army Service Corps, was wounded and captured near St Quentin, 23 Mar. 1918, and held as a POW (Prisoner of War) at Rastatt, Baden.

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