(a) United Kingdom
India Office Records (IOR), British Library.
United Kingdom National Archives (TNA), Kew, England, coded as follows:
AIR: Air Ministry
ASSI: Assizes records
CAB: Cabinet Office
CO: Colonial Office
CRIM: Central Criminal Court
DEFE: Ministry of Defence
FO: Foreign Office
HO: Home Office
HS: Special Operations Executive
HW: Government Communications Headquarters
J: Supreme Court of Judicature
KV: Security Service
MUN: Ministry of Munitions
PREM: Prime Minister’s Office
WO: War Office
Krigsarkivet, Swedish National Archives, Stockholm.
Norges Hjemmefront Museum, Oslo.
Service Historique de la Défense, fonds de l’Armée de Terre (SHD (Terre)), Château de Vincennes, France.
United States National Archives (NARA), College Park, Maryland.
PRIVATE PAPERS AND OTHER COLLECTIONS
Balfour papers (British Library).
Beddington papers (Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King’s College London).
Bland papers (Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge).
BP Archive (University of Warwick).
Cadogan papers (Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge).
Churchill papers (Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge).
Cohen papers (in private hands).
Curzon papers (India Office Records, British Library).
Dalton papers (London School of Economics).
Darwin papers (Imperial War Museum).
Derby papers (Liverpool Record Office).
Dewé papers (Archives famille Dewé se rapportant à Walthère Dewé), CEGES (Centre d’Études et de Documentation Guerre et Sociétés contemporaines), Brussels.
Edmonds papers (Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King’s College London).
Godfrey papers, including ‘The Naval Memoirs of Admiral J. H. Godfrey’ (8 vols, typescript) (Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth, MSS 319) [Another copy in Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge].
House papers (Yale University Library).
Kirke papers (Imperial War Museum (IWM) and Intelligence Corps Museum (ICM)).
Kirkpatrick papers (Imperial War Museum).
La Dame Blanche papers (Imperial War Museum).
Lloyd George papers (Parliamentary Archives).
Long papers (Wiltshire Record Office).
Mackenzie papers (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin).
Payne Best papers (Imperial War Museum (IWM) and Intelligence Corps Museum (ICM)).
Polk papers (Yale University Library).
Reid papers: Letters and Papers of Margaret Grant Reid (Leeds University Library).
Reilly papers (Bodleian Library, Oxford).
Rumbold papers (Bodleian Library, Oxford).
Service Clarence papers (Imperial War Museum).
Sinclair papers (National Maritime Museum).
Sudan Archive (University of Durham).
Templewood (Sir Samuel Hoare) papers (Cambridge University Library).
Vansittart papers (Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge).
Wilkinson papers (Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge).
Wilson papers (Imperial War Museum).
Wiseman papers (Yale University Library).
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Documents on British Policy Overseas
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