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Malay Peninsula

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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

General: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1943-1946

Identifier: PJM/SATO/A/8
Scope and Contents General: Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) file contains: SATO aims and objectives a map of clubs, groups and posts publication rejection for article on SATO entitled "Report on pre-release training for Malay and Burma commands" including comments on this SATO News for January, April, July, September and October 1945 ...
Dates: 1943-1946

Liaison files of the Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1943-1946

Identifier: PJM/SATO/C
Scope and Contents Liaison files of the Service Arts and Technical Organization consists of: material concerning the Organisation of Service Architects, Ceylon, 1943-1945 support from the School of Planning and Research for Regional Development (SPRRD), 1944-1946 proposals for technical education as submitted to GHQ, 1944 liaison with the Association of Building...
Dates: 1943-1946

Malaya and Singapore: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1945-1946

Identifier: PJM/SATO/C/5
Scope and Contents

Correspondence between Percy Johnson-Marshall and Colin Graeme Lindsay Shankland concerning the development of Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) courses in Malaya and Singapore. Includes a press clipping dated 6 December 1945 concerning the opening of the Singapore Forces' College.

Dates: 1945-1946

Material relating to R. Macgregor, being 'The domestic buffalo'

Identifier: Coll-1238
Scope and Contents This paper on The domestic buffalo in Malaysia consists of 71-pages, numbered, together with a loose covering letter at rear addressed to Professor Francis Albert Eley Crew (1886-1973), Professor of Animal Genetics at Edinburgh University, and supporting the content of the paper. It contains chapters on zoological classification, anatomy and physiology, buffalo farming, and diseases. There are c.23 black and white photographs pasted in. The...
Dates: 1938

Para Rubber Tree No. 2, One of the Oldest in the Malay Peninsula, 1870s-1930s

Identifier: Coll-1434/3236
Scope and Contents

Photograph of two men standing next to the Para rubber tree no. 2 that is one of the oldest in the Malay Peninsula in the early 20th century.

Dates: 1870s-1930s