Harrison, G.F.
Introduction
G.F. Harrison
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
Papers relating to the Watson Commission of Enquiry into the police mutiny in Khartoum in 1951
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Harrison, G.F.
Dates of creation: 1951-1952
Extent: 1 file
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections: Sudan Archive
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan
Language: English

G.F. Harrison

1928-1948 Indian Police
1949-1954 Superintendent of Police, Khartoum


Arrangement

1. Official Papers

Provenance

Presented by Harrison, 1984

1. Official PapersPapers relating to the Watson Commission of Enquiry into the police mutiny in Khartoum in 1951
SAD.691/6/1-2
1951 Jun 26-28
Preliminary papers to the report of the Watson Commission of Enquiry. Letters from the Sudan Government Agent in London, C.G. Davies to Harrison
SAD.691/6/3-6
1951 Aug 10-20
Correspondence with the Deputy Civil Secretary, Khartoum
SAD.691/6/7-11
[1951]
Covering letter from the Civil Secretary, Khartoum to the Secretary, Executive Council
SAD.691/6/12
1951
Manuscript copy of the Khartoum police strikers' memorandum
SAD.691/6/13-30
1951
Manuscript copy of the Watson Commission Report into the Khartoum police strike
SAD.691/6/31
1951 Sep 3
Letter from Harrison to the Civil Secretary forwarding comments on the Watson Commission report
SAD.691/6/32-73
1951 Sep
Comments on the Watson Commission report
SAD.691/6/74-76
1951 Aug 15 - Oct 20
Communications from the Civil Secretary to Harrison after the receipt of comments
SAD.691/6/77
1951 Oct 25
Personal letter from the General Manager Sudan Railways, R.J. Hilliard, recommending acceptance of the Civil Secretary's offer
SAD.691/6/78-80
1951 Jul 5 - Dec 9
Extracts from personal letters to Harrison from L. James, Commandant of Police, who received orders of dismissal from the Sudan Government and then claimed damages for wrongful termination of service
SAD.691/6/81-82
1952 Feb
Extract from a speech by the Civil Secretary, Sir James Robertson, read by the Deputy Civil Secretary at the opening of the annual conference of police commandants at Sudan Police headquarters, Khartoum (20-28 Feb)