Papers relating to his service as ADC to FM Sir John Greer Dill, 1940-, including 1 Army Corps routine orders by Dill, 1940; notes, maps and papers concerning 1 Army Corps manning exercise, Apr 1940; notebook giving details of plan for moving 1 Army Corps HQ from Quincey to Grammont, France, 1940; notes and drafts of letters written as ADC to Dill, 1940-1943; German propaganda leaflets, .
MACDONALD-BUCHANAN, Maj Sir Reginald Narcissus (1898-1981)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Macdonald-Buchanan
- Dates of Creation1940-
- Language of MaterialEnglish , French
- Physical Description0.5 box or 0.005 cubic metres
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born in 1898; attended Royal Military College, Sandhurst; Lt, Scots Guards, 1916; retired from Army, 1926; Chairman, James Buchanan and Co Ltd and W. P. Lowrie and Co Ltd, 1939-1970; Director, Buchanan-Dewar Ltd, 1939-1969, and Distillers Co Ltd, 1930-1969; rejoined Scots Guards, 1939; ADC to FM Sir John Greer Dill, 1940-1943; served with BEF, France, 1940; served in War Office, 1940-1941, with British Joint Staff Mission, Washington, 1941-1943, and in France and Belgium, 1944-1945; died in 1981.
8 files, 2 envelopes
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Presented to the Centre by the family in 1981.
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