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Note on Fortification of the Black Sea, Undated
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An undated, handwritten note inquiring how Todleben was able to fortify a mountain on the Black Sea within a few months. The number '135' is stamped at the top right and there is a seal of the Public Record Office stamped at the bottom center of the page.
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Notes of Lt. Col. Horne's Report No. 4 of 11/12/76
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written by Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons, 1821-1903, in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (02 January 1877), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 6 page(s)
Six handwritten pages by J.L.A. Simmons summarizing and commenting on a report by Lt. Col. Horne. The document discusses construction of a proposed railway line from Constantinople and telegraph installation prior to the arrival of British troops.
written by Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons, 1821-1903, in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (02 January 1877), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 6 page(s)
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Observations on Confidential News by Captain Baring R. A. Dated 16th Oct. 1876
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written by Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons, 1821-1903, in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (16 October 1876), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 11 page(s)
Eleven handwritten pages by J.L.A. Simmons describing his notes and observations of a memo by Captain Baring. The notes describe Russian troop movements and the likelihood of the Turks being able to hold and defend Constantinople, as well as defense options along the Black Sea coast.
written by Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons, 1821-1903, in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (16 October 1876), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 11 page(s)
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Partial Letter from J. L. A. Simmons to Mr. Hardy, Undated
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written by Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons, 1821-1903, in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1877), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 3 page(s)
Undated, three-page, partial handwritten letter to Mr. Hardy discussing the probable time it would take for the Russians to advance to Constantinople.
written by Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons, 1821-1903, in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1877), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 3 page(s)
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Public Enemy Number One
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directed by Stewart Young, fl. 1963 and David Bradbury, 1951-; produced by David Bradbury, 1951-, Australian Film Commission (New South Wales: Frontline Films, 1981), 58 mins

For most of his working life, controversial Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett chose to report from the “other side”. His unorthodox views and activities caused him to be labelled a traitor by many. Burchett was the first Western journalist to report on the devastating after effects of the atomic bomb drop...

directed by Stewart Young, fl. 1963 and David Bradbury, 1951-; produced by David Bradbury, 1951-, Australian Film Commission (New South Wales: Frontline Films, 1981), 58 mins
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Public Record Office Map Removal Notice for Admiralty Chart 1888
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in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (14 April 1981), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 1 page(s)
A Public Record Office form with handwritten notes describing a map, 'Admiralty Chart 1888: Stampalia I.P. Ancient Astypaloea' which has been removed to the Map Room with the reference, 'MPK 481 (11).'
in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (14 April 1981), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 1 page(s)
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Remarques Sur la Caleur Strategique de la Place de Karna et sur les Mesures Prises par le Gouvernement Ottoman pour la Mettre en Etat de Defense
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Sixteen-page handwritten document in French titled, 'Remarques sur La caleur strategique de la place de Karna et sur les mesures prises par le Gouvernement Ottoman pour la mettre en etat de defense.' Included are several colored maps and diagrams depicting various lines of defense and fortifications of the Turkish...
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Report No. 10 from Lt. Col. Horne, December 25, 1876
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in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (25 December 1879), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 8 page(s)
Eight handwritten pages by Lt. Col. Horne discussing the strength and organization of the Turkish army, both regular and irregular troops.
in Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office Records of Private Office and Private Papers (FO). Simmons Papers (FO 358), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (25 December 1879), Simmons papers (described at item level). 1876-1880 , 8 page(s)
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Stampalia -9-
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Sheet of paper stamped '555' in upper right corner with 'Stampalia -9-' written in red pen. The page is stamped with the seal of the Public Record Office.
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