World War, 1939-1945
Found in 137 Collections and/or Records:
The material is composed of 5 files within a box-file and comprising, in Polish, the various chapters of Droga do Katastrofy. Wspomnienia Wojskowego Komendanta Miasta Warszawy z lat 1935-39. There is an English translation of the contents of this work with the English title, The road to disaster. Reminiscences of the military commandant of the city of Warsaw 1935-39.
school and university notes; awards and achievements; lectures, addresses and broadcasts; sermons and prayers; manuscripts of published works; papers relating to the World Council of Churches, British Council of Churches, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and other organisations; personal and professional correspondence
The material includes: Edinburgh University Student Handbook for 1942-1943; several notebooks containing mathematics formulae and other notes; and, other miscellaneous notes with formulae.
Papers, photographs and plans from Coventry City Architect's Department consists of:
- general papers, photographs, press-clippings and plans, 1939-1945
- photographs, press-clippings and plans concerning housing development in Coventry, c1940-1944
- personal material concerning Percy Johnson-Marshall's employment, 15 March 1941
A collection of newspaper and magazine cuttings covering issues relating to the LGBTQ+ community.
Articles cover local, national and international news, however Scottish publications have the strongest representation with Edinburgh and Glasgow based publications being a specific strength within this sub-series.
Oblique and vertical aerial black and white photographic prints of the Stepney / Poplar area of London. The vertical photographs (20cm x 24cm) were taken between 1945-1947 and are all stamped London County Council Architect's Department Town Planning Division on the reverse. The oblique photographs (max 30cm x 38cm, min 12cm x 16cm) are by Aerofilms Ltd and show the area before and after reconstruction following the aerial bombing of the area during World War II.
10 black and white prints (max 14.5cm x 22cm, min 11cm x 16cm) of the Poplar area in the 1940s. The location of some of the photographs is indicated on the rear. Most show individual buildings or streets, while the rest show bomb damaged and derelict sites.