Brown, W.B.E.
Introduction
Lt. Col. Walter Brind Ernest Brown
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1. Articles
2. Miscellanea
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Brown, W.B.E.
Dates of creation:
Extent: 0.5 box
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

Lt. Col. Walter Brind Ernest Brown

(1913-2004)

1939 Bimbashi, Equatorial Corps, Torit and Loelli
1940-1942 No.2 MMG Group, Eritrea, Abyssinia and Kofra
1942-1943 Kaimakam, Brigade Major I SDF Bde, (12 Div) Western Desert and Tripoli
1951 Miralai, HQ SDF, Khartoum
1952-1954 Comd., Equatorial Corps, Torit


Arrangement

1. Articles
2. Miscellanea

Catalogue
1. Articles
SAD.533/9/1-2
Account of a patrol in the Libyan Desert in search of Maj. Almasy, May 1942, by Brown
SAD.533/9/3-5
“Some reminiscences and personal views concerning Sudanisation of the Equatorial Corps, Sudan Defence Force in 1954”, a paper presented by Brown to the Durham Sudan Historical Records Conference in 1982
Proceedings of the Durham Sudan Historical Records Conference 1982, edited and introduced by Deborah Lavin, v.1 The making of the Sudanese State. University of Durham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies occasional papers series.
2. Miscellanea
SAD.721/6/1-57
1906-1954
Visitors' book of the Equatorial Corps, commenced at Bor, Mongalla Province in 1906 and continued at Taufikia and Malakal. Transferred to Battalion Headquarters at Mongalla in 1928, to Torit in 1930 and Juba in 1942. The book was closed on 28 Jul 1954 on the departure of the last British official from the Equatorial Corps