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Reporting the RetreatWar Correspondents in Burma, 1942$

Philip Woods

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Arnold MSS Eur F145/6

Donnison MSS Eur B357

Dorman-Smith MSS Eur E215: including Diaries of Lady Dorman-Smith and papers of Major E.T. Cook

Maybury MSS Eur D1080

Potter MSS Eur C414

Collis MSS Eur D1034

Clague MSS Eur E252

Wallace MSS Eur E338

Official Papers

Oriental and India Office Collection, British Library

L/P&J/12 Political intelligence files

Burma Office Papers

M/3: Burma Office Records

M/8: Burma Office Miscellaneous Records

Information Department: L/I/1

The National Archives, Kew, London

CAB44 Committee of Imperial Defence, Historical Branch and Cabinet Office, Historical Section: War Histories: Draft Chapters and Narratives, Military

FO371 Foreign Office: Political Departments: General Correspondence from 1906–1966

(p.186) FO643/4 Burma Office, Burma Secretariat, and Foreign Office, Embassy, Rangoon, Burma: General Correspondence

FO930 Ministry of Information and Foreign Office: Foreign Publicity Files

HS1 Special Operations Executive: Far East: Registered Files

INF 1 Ministry of Information: Files of Correspondence

WO33 War Office: Reports, Memoranda and Papers (O and A Series)

WO106 War Office: Directorate of Military Operations and Military Intelligence

WO172 War Office: British and Allied Land Forces, South East Asia: War Diaries, Second World War

WO203 War Office: South East Asia Command: Military Headquarters Papers, Second World War

W0208 War Office: Directorate of Military Operations and Intelligence, and Directorate of Military Intelligence; Ministry of Defence, Defence Intelligence Staff: Files

Imperial War Museum, London

Photographic Department

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Film Department

MW 206: Interview with Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith, 28 October 1944, by an American officer of South East Asia Command.

British Paramount News: Newsreels and Dope Sheets

Interview, recorded with live sound, given by Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith, Governor-in-Exile of Burma

British Film Institute, London

Minute Books of the Newsreel Association of Great Britain

British Universities Film and Video

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Daily Express

Daily Herald

Daily Mail

Daily Mirror

Daily Sketch

Daily Telegraph

Illustrated (magazine)

Illustrated Weekly of India

Life (magazine)

Manchester Guardian

News Chronicle

Newspaper World

New York Herald Tribune


Picture Post (magazine)

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