|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Physical description||105 Image/s captured|
Harrisson, Tom Harnett
Second World War, 1939-1945
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Correspondence F/Lt Paul Bartram and Lt Rod Cusack
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Records relating to the service of Major Tom H. Harrisson, DSO Reconnaissance Corps, British Army. Harrisson was seconded to Z Special Unit, Services Reconnaissance Department (SRD) and served in Borneo as party leader on Operation Semut 1 during the Second World War. This file includes correspondence between Maj Tom Harrisson (code A1), F/Lt Paul Bartram and Lt Rod Cusack (code C3).
This file includes:
Decoded messages from 9 Div. / Harrisson to HQ BBCAU
Note on Japanese movement behind Brunei Bay 10 July 1945;
Programme: Preceding for Austers and Tuan Besar arrival, Blauvit, 7-8 September ;
Note to T. Harrisson, Long Semadoh, 3 November 1945 [regarding paying T.R. Ganang Lian;
Letter from P. Bartram to HQ Labuan, 14 August 1945 regarding censorship of letters, Harrisson;
Letter to Tuan, Pa Loping, 10 November 1945 regarding sourcing food;
Letter from C3 [Cusack] to A1 [Harrisson], Long Berang, 8 June 1945.