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Criminal (See Separate Headings For Court, Prisoners, Etc): Homosexual Behaviour In The Armed Forces: Note On Conference Attended By Director Of Public Prosecutions And Representatives Of The Armed Forces Held, 7 May 1931 Relating To 'Homosexual Offences In Which Soldiers Might Particularly Be Concerned'; Discouragement Of Homosexual Behaviour Among Personnel
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written by Sir Archibald Bodkin, in HO - Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies. Division within HO - General registers, registered papers, warrant and entry books and correspondence; and records of General and E Departments, and wartime departments (First World War). HO 45 - Home Office: Registered Papers. Subseries within HO 45 - Registered Papers, 1920 onwards, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1933), CRIMINAL (See separate headings for COURT, PRISONERS, etc): Homosexual behaviour in the Armed Forces: note on conference attended by Director of Public Prosecutions and representatives of the Armed Forces held, 7 May 1931 relating to 'homosexual offences in which soldiers might particularly be concerned'; discouragement of homosexual behaviour among personnel (HO 45/24960) (originally published 1933), 16 page(s)
written by Sir Archibald Bodkin, in HO - Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies. Division within HO - General registers, registered papers, warrant and entry books and correspondence; and records of General and E Departments, and wartime departments (First World War). HO 45 - Home Office: Registered Papers. Subseries within HO 45 - Registered Papers, 1920 onwards, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1933), CRIMINAL (See separate headings for COURT, PRISONERS, etc): Homosexual behaviour in the Armed Forces: note on conference attended by Director of Public Prosecutions and representatives of the Armed Forces held, 7 May 1931 relating to 'homosexual offences in which soldiers might particularly be concerned'; discouragement of homosexual behaviour among personnel (HO 45/24960) (originally published 1933), 16 page(s)
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written by Henry Halford and Matthew John Tierney, in HO - Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies. Division within HO - General registers, registered papers, warrant and entry books and correspondence; and records of General and E Departments, and wartime departments (First World War). HO 44 - Home Office: Domestic Correspondence from 1773 to 1861. HO 44/20 - Home Office: domestic correspondence, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1830), ff 205-207. J E Baker, that the bar on homosexual acts should be removed from the statute book or the punishment reduced from execution to a fine, and that bodies of murderers should not be given over to dissection (HO 44/20/30) (originally published 1827), 770 page(s)
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