MC:P2/4/1C Correspondence on Dodds-Parker’s War Service
MC:P2/4/1C/1 10 Oct 1939
Letter to Dodds-Parker from the British Embassy in Cairo concerning his plans to join up.
MC:P2/4/1C/2 Oct–Nov 1939
3 letters related to Dodds-Parker’s joining up at the opening of World War II.
MC:P2/4/1C/3 1 Jul 1941
Letter to Dodds-Parker from friends in Sudan, wishing him luck in the future.
MC:P2/4/1C/4 Feb 1942
Regimental newsletter of the Grenadier Guards.
MC:P2/4/1C/5 n.d. (1944/5?)
Letter to Dodds-Parker from the Allied Forces H.Q., Information and Censorship Section, inviting him to lunch in Italy.
MC:P2/4/1C/6 Sep–Oct 1943
Envelope containing three letters to Dodds-Parker, from a French friend called Paulette.
MC:P2/4/1C/7 1 Mar 1944
Letter from the Queen’s Private Secretary to Dodds-Parker arranging a meeting.
MC:P2/4/1C/8 Nov 1944–Feb 1946 & Jan 1992
Three letters to Dodds-Parker from Arthur Penn, with correspondence about it between Dodds-Parker and Sir Martin Gilliat.
MC:P2/4/1C/9 19 Dec 1944
Letter to Dodds-Parker from J.C. Holmes on Dodds-Parker’s (unspecified) new job.
MC:P2/4/1C/10 Nov 1944–Jan 1945
Folder containing letters to and from Dodds-Parker concerning the British Council.
MC:P2/4/1C/11 25 Nov 1944
Letter from Dudley Clarke (address Rear Headquarters “A” Force) to Dodds-Parker, concerning a proposal to have Douglas Fairbanks Jr.’s name mentioned in despatches for his work as Allied Naval Liaison officer with “A” Force.
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