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Committee of Imperial Defence: Photographic Copies of Minutes and Memoranda

CAB 38
Committee of Imperial Defence: Photographic Copies of Minutes and Memoranda

A collection of photocopies of the numbered series of minutes and the memoranda (A to D series: Home Defence, Miscellaneous, Colonial Defence and the Defence of India) of the Committee of Imperial Defence up to 1914, together with some unnumbered papers, all arranged in a single chronological order.

The original documents can be found in CAB 2, CAB 3, CAB 4, CAB 5 and CAB 6

This series originally comprised 28 volumes. A piece, CAB 38/29, has been added at the end to link to a digitised index for the papers of the Committee of Imperial Defence for the period 1880 to 1916.

Please Note: Records within this series are available to download free of charge as part of the Digital Microfilm project.



Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Physical description:
29 volumes and papers
Access conditions:
Available in digital format unless otherwise stated
No future accruals expected
Publication note:
List of the Papers of the Committee of Imperial Defence to 1914 PRO Handbook 6, (HMSO 1964)

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