PART III St Helena, pages 212-289.
Pages 213-219: handwritten notes and correspondence in July and August 1914 between H Cordeaux Governor of St Helena and L Harcourt Sec State for Colonies concerning enrolment of militia pending arrival of garrison, (paper M - no number).
Pages 220-223: correspondence in September 1914 between War Office and H Cordeaux Governor of St Helena concerning the withdrawal of the Imperial Garrison from St Helena,(paper M 01789/14).
Pages 224-229: letter and handwritten notes between War Office, Admiralty and the Governor of St Helena in September 1914 concerning the withdrawal of the Imperial Garrison from St Helena, (paper M 01912/14).
Pages 230-242: notes, handwritten notes, telegrams between War Office, Admiralty and authorities in South Africa in September 1914 concerning details of personnel for St Helena garrison and weapons to support expeditionary force to German South West Africa, (paper M - no number).
Pages 243-252: notes and telegrams between War Office, Admiralty and Authorities in South Africa in September and October 1914 concerning details of personnel for St Helena and support for the expeditionary force to German South West Africa, (paper M 02274/14).
Pages 253-264: handwritten notes and telegrams between Admiralty and Governor St Helena in September and October 1914 concerning retention of Capt R Mathew and garrison in St Helena, (papers DW 22449/14).
Pages 265-270: Letter and handwritten notes between War Office and Admiralty in October 1914 concerning recall of Col WRW James and Capt L Murray from St Helena, papers M 02598/14).
Pages 271-280: Telegrams, handwritten notes and correspondence between War Office (B B Cubitt), Admiralty (WF Nicholson)and Gov St Helena (H Cordeaux)in October 1914 concerning relief of garrison on St Helena, (papers M 02659/14).
Pages 281-284: Memo and telegram between L Harcourt Sec State for Colonies and H Cordeaux Gov St Helena in October 1914 concerning Lieut Col S Gaitskell to succeed in command on St Helena, (papers M O2808/14).
HISTORIC SECTION SUMMARIES, pages 290-308. The following section does not contain any correspondence but only provides lists of correspondence held in other ADM 137 HS files.
Pages 290-307: Lists only of summaries of correspondence. Subjects covered:- St Helena Defence arrangements; Use of Red Cross by German ship Tabora at Dar-es-Salaam; SS Zieten using W/T at Mozambique; Field guns for South African Forces; Possible utilisation of islands (dependencies of Mauritius and Seychelles) as bases for German cruisers; Transport of women and children from German South West Africa to Europe; Durban Defences; Mobilization of S African Division RNVR; Operations against German South West Africa; Conveyance of troops from Lisbon to Angola and Mosambique; Supposed W/T Station in Cameroons or East Africa; British Armed Merchant cruisers; Shipment of gold from and to South Africa; W/T Station for German Government Telegrams at Delagoa Bay; Squadron supply ships for Atlantic; sailing orders HMS Celtic.