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MUN 4/2827: Requirements for fuses, September 1916-July 1918
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WO95/651-3: II Corps CRA
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WO95/689-94: III Corps CRA; no CHA papers
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WO95/731-3: IV Corps CHA
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WO95/782-3: VI Corps CRA
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WO95/811-2: VII Corps CRA
WO95/813: VII Corps CHA
WO95/824: VIII Corps CRA
WO95/825: VIII Corps CHA
WO95/841: IX Corps CRA
WO95/842: IX Corps CHA
WO95/862-5: X Corps CRA
WO95/866-7: X Corps CHA
WO95/888: XI Corps CRA and CHA
WO95/901-2: XIII Corps CRA; no CHA papers
WO95/915: XIV Corps CRA
WO95/916-7: XIV Corps CHA
WO95/925: XV Corps CRA
WO95/926-7: XV Corps CHA
WO95/942-3: XVII Corps CRA
WO95/944: XVII Corps CHA
WO95/955: XVIII Corps CRA and CHA
WO95/967: XIX Corps CRA
WO95/968: XIX Corps CHA
WO95/975: XXII Corps CHA; no CRA papers
WO95/992: I ANZAC CRA
WO95/993-5: I ANZAC CHA
WO95/1034: II ANZAC CHA; no CRA papers
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WO95/1060: Canadian Corps CHA
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WO95/1390: 3rd Division CRA
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WO 106/359: Organization of GHQ
WO 106/388B: "Indian Corps at Neuve Chapelle," GS of India, Simla, 11 June 1915
WO 106/399: Canadian Corps Artillery Instruction for Vimy Ridge
WO 158/17-20: GHQ General Staff notes on operations
WO 158/36: 2nd Army plans for attack at Ypres, January 1917
WO 158/40: Scheme for attack on Aubers Ridge, 5 February 1917
WO 158/181-95: 1st Army operations
WO 158/199: 1st Army plan for attack on Vimy Ridge
WO 158/200: 2nd Army plans
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WO 158/220-31: 3rd Army operations
WO 158/233-44: 4th Army operations
WO 158/245-56: 5th Army operations
WO 158/258-9: 1st Army papers on Neuve Chapelle
WO 158/260: 1st Army arrangements of 8 May 1915
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WO 158/302-8: 2nd Army reports on operations at Messines Ridge
WO 158/309-10: 2nd Army defenses, April-September 1918
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WO 158/327-31: 4th Army operations on the Somme
WO 95/341: 5th Army plans for winter 1916-17
WO 158/343: 5th Army artillery in the March 1918 retreat
WO 158/344: 5th Army lessons learned from 1916
WO 158/352: III Corps artillery preparations for Cambrai
WO 158/373: III Corps artillery operations, March-April 1918
WO 158/374: IV Corps report on operation at Neuve Chapelle
WO 158/379: IV Corps artillery operations at Cambrai
WO 158/410: VIII Corps GS plans for 1 July 1916
WO 158/413: IX Corps artillery plans for Messines Ridge
WO 158/419: XIV Corps operations in late September 1916
WO 158/424: Canadian Corps operations at Vimy Ridge
WO 158/855: "Co-operation of Tanks with other Arms," late 1918
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Churchill College, Cambridge
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CDS 3 "Notes from the Front Part II," May 1915
CDS 4 "Notes from the Front Part III and Further Notes on Field Defences," February 1915
SS 23 "Preliminary Deductions, for Instruction, from Recent Engagements, translated from the French," June 1915 but printed November 1915
CDS 24 "Object and Conditions of Combined Offensive Action (translated from the French)," June 1915.
CDS 38 "Fire by Selected Batteries," July 1915
CDS 50 "Tactical Notes," 31 July 1915
CDS 53 "Notes from the Front, Part IV," May 1915
CDS 92 "Notes on Artillery Observation from Kite Balloons," November 1915
CDS 93 "Report on Experimental Firing with 18pr Shrapnel and H.E. at Calais," November 1915
CDS 98/1 "Artillery Notes No. 1: Close Shooting in the Field," January 1916
CDS 98/2 "Artillery Notes No. 2: Field Artillery Ammunition," January 1916
CDS 98/4 "Artillery Notes No. 4: Artillery in Offensive Operations," April 1916
CDS 98/5 "Artillery Notes No. 5: Wire Cutting by Artillery," February 1916 and June 1916
CDS 98/6 "Artillery Notes No. 6: Trench Mortars," March 1916
SS 109 "Training of Divisions for Offensive Action," 8 May 1916
SS 114 "Notes on the Care of Guns During Prolonged Bombardment," March 1917
SS 117 "Summary of the French Instructions for Higher Formations in the Attack," July 1916
SS 119 "Preliminary Notes on the Tactical Lessons of the Recent Operations," July 1916
SS 120 "Provisional Instructions for Co-operation between Aeroplanes and Artillery During an Advance," September 1916
SS 124 "Notes for Artillery Officers on Shoots with Aeroplane Observation," August 1916
SS 130 "Notes on the Employment of 4" Stokes Mortar Bombs," November 1917
SS 131 "Co-Operation of Aircraft with Artillery," December 1916, August 1917, and December 1917
SS 133 no proper title; standardized markings for bombardment maps, 30 November 1916
SS 134 "Instructions on the Use of Lethal and Lachrymatory Shell," December 1916 and March 1918
SS 135 "Instructions for the Training of Divisions for Offensive Action," December 1916 and August 1917
SS 135 "The Training and Employment of Divisions, 1918," January 1918
SS 135 "The Division in Attack," November 1918
SS 139/1 "Artillery Notes No. 1, Close Shooting in the Field, Notes for Infantry Officers," March 1917
SS 139/3 "Artillery Notes No. 3, Counter-Battery Work," March 1917 and February 1918
SS 139/4 "Artillery Notes No. 4, Artillery in Offensive Operations," February 1917
SS 139/7 "Artillery Notes No. 7, Artillery in Defensive Operations," February 1918
SS 149 "Notes on Meteorological Telegrams to the Artillery," March 1917
SS 152 "Instructions for the Training of the British Armies in France (Provisional)," June 1917 and January 1918
SS 156 "Notes on Recent Operations, Compiled by GS Fourth Army," April 1917
SS 157 "Report on the Overseas Artillery School, Salisbury Plain November 1916-March 1917," May 1917
SS 158 "Notes on Recent Operations on the Front of First, Third, Fourth and Fifth Armies," May 1917
SS 168 "Notes on the Employment of Serviceable Guns and Trench Mortars captured from the Enemy," June 1917
SS 170 "Notes on Co-operation between Aircraft and Artillery during recent operations on the Second Army Front," June 1917
SS 172 "Preliminary Notes on Recent Operations on the front of Second Army," July 1917
SS 199 "Co-operation of Sound Ranging Sections and Observation Groups with Artillery
(Provisional)," November 1917
SS 199/1 "Ranging with Observation by the Field Survey Company," May 1918
SS 210 "The Division in Defence," May 1918
SS 217 "Instructions for the Employment of 'B.B.' Shell," September 1918
SS 218 "Operations by the Australian Corps against Hamel, Bois de Hamel, and Bois de Vaire, 4th of July 1918," July 1918
SS 552 "Sound Ranging," March 1917
SS 589 "Notes on choosing charges for Howitzers to give the least wear and calculations of percentages of hits probable on a given target," May 1917
SS 592 "Catechism for Heavy and Siege Artillery Subalterns," (October) 1917
SS 592 "Catechism for Artillery Officers," March 1918
SS 599 "Notes on the Technical Reconnaissance of an Artillery Position and the Training of the Headquarters of a Battery," May 1918
SS 614 "Training Instructions for Siege Artillery," July 1918 (but printed March 1918)
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Dennys, C. G., Sound Record 9876
Dove, T. W., Sound Record 4082
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Fourth Army Operations Papers
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Hawes, Major-General L. A., Papers
Helps, Lieutenant G., Papers
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Horne of Stirkoke, Field-Marshal Baron, Papers
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Lunt, W. T., Sound Record 300
Maxse, Lieutenant-General Sir Ivor, Papers
Page, E. K., Sound Record 717
Parker, G., Sound Record 5047
von Donop, Major-General Sir Stanley, Papers
Liddell Hart Centre, King's College London
Allenby of Megiddo and of Felixstowe, Field-Marshal Viscount, Papers
Cousland, Lieutenant Colonel K. H., Papers
Dill, Field-Marshal Sir John, Papers
Kiggell, Lieutenant-General Sir Launcelot, Papers
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Chapman, Major R. H., A Treatise by Major RH Chapman on the calibration of guns and howitzers by the direct measurement of muzzle velocity, as carried out at Shoots of Artillery in France and England (Chapperton Down) 1917 and 1918. Military Document 2021
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1929/4 "Operations, Fifth Army, March 1918"
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