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Museums, Military History

HOULIHAN, Michael Patrick (born 1948), Chief Executive, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 2010–14; Special Adviser on Military Heritage, Ministry of Culture and Heritage, New Zealand, 2014

FFOULKES, Charles John (1868 - 1947), Lieut RNVR, 1914–18; Major Royal Marines, unattached, 1918–20; Trustee of Imperial War Museum, 1934–46; Member, War Office Committee on Military Museum; Hon. Freeman, Armourers’ Company; Volunteer Warden, ARP, 1939; Sergeant of Pioneers, Home Guard, 20th Bn Middlesex Regt, 1940–45; Officer of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, 1929

RILEY, Charles Owen Leaver (1854 - 1929), Archbishop of Perth since 1914; Chaplain General Commonwealth Military Forces since 1914; Sub-Prelate of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; President Public Library, Art Gallery, and Museum Trustees, Perth, 1920

Nazi-Looted Jewish Archives in Moscow: A Guide to Jewish Historical and Cultural Collections in the Russian State Military Archive, David E. Fishman, Mark Kupovetsky, and Vladimir Kuzelenkov, eds. (Scranton, PA: University of Scranton Press [dist. University of Chicago Press] in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Jewish Theological Seminary, 2011), xiv + 291 pp., cloth $30.00

Birdwood, William Riddell (1865 - 1951), President, Clifton College, 1935; Captain Deal Castle, 1935; Hon. Fellow Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1920; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem; Fellow of the Royal Empire Society and of Royal Society of St George; Freeman of the Borough of Totnes, Devon; Vice-Pres. of the Overseas League and Devonian Association; Trustee unpaid, War Museum; General, Commonwealth of Australia Military Forces, 1920, and Field-Marshal, 1925; Colonel Royal Horse Guards, 1933; 12th Lancers, 1920; 75th A. A. Regiment, RA, 1938. King Edward’s Own Probyns’ Horse (XI Bengal Lancers), 1924, and 6th Gurkha Rifles, 1925; Col Commandant, 13th Frontier Force Rifles, 1930; Colonel-in-Chief, 1st New Zealand Mounted Rifles, Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry, 1925; Colonel 3rd Australian Infantry and 16th Australian Light Horse, Hunter River Lancers, 1930

 

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