The files in this collection primarily concern correspondence about the arrangement of DefenceStudies Dining Club meetings at the University concerning the arrangement of meetings. Thecorrespondence includes invitations to speak, membership matters, catering arrangements etc.
Papers relating to the University of Nottingham's Defence Studies Dining Club,1971-1981
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- ReferenceGB 159 UN UU 10
- Dates of Creation1971-1981
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 box
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Defence Studies Dining Club was started in about 1965 by G.J. Eltringham, The University ofNottingham's Deputy Registrar. The intention was to bring together academics and serving members ofthe armed forces to discuss topics of common interest. Generally between 40 and 100 members of theclub met once a month for an evening meal followed by a defence-related talk and discussion.After-dinner talks were given by eminent representatives of the armed forces. The venue for theseevents was the University's Portland building. The club was still in existence in 1997.
No archival arrangement has been necessary.
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The collection was transferred to The University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts andSpecial Collections in October 1997.