Field Marshall Alan Brooke

Alan Brooke

Reference number:

12666E
£175.00

Description:

A lovely personal handwritten & signed double sided two page letter in ink by Alan Brooke on his own headed paper (dated October 31st 1955) mentioning sending his correspondent a photograph

Certification:

From the family collection of RJA. The correspondent in this letter is Joan B A who ran the Secret Intelligence Centre for Winston Churchill during WW2. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

20x13cm Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

Alan Brooke

Reference number:

12666D
£175.00

Description:

A lovely personal handwritten & signed double sided two page letter in ink by Alan Brooke on his own headed paper (dated October 24th 1955) thanking his correspondent for lunch at her house 

Certification:

From the family collection of RJA. The correspondent in this letter is Joan B A who ran the Secret Intelligence Centre for Winston Churchill during WW2. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

20x13cm Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

Benita Brooke

Reference number:

12666F
POA

Description:

A very poignant personal handwritten & signed double sided two page letter in ink by Benita Brooke on her own headed paper (dated June 19th 1963) thanking her correspondent for her letter that refers to the sad loss of her husband (Alan Brooke)

NB Please contact / email me regarding this letter as I feel it should be returned to a close compatriat or family member. That is why it has been marked as POA without a price

Certification:

This letter is dated just two days after the loss of her husband Alan Brooke on June 17th 1963. From the family collection of RJA. The correspondent in this letter is Joan B A who ran the Secret Intelligence Centre for Winston Churchill during WW2. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

20x13cm Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

Alan Brooke

Reference number:

12666C
£175.00

Description:

A lovely personal handwritten & signed double sided three page letter in ink by Alan Brooke on his own headed paper (dated October 9th 1955) thanking his correspondent for her kind thoughts

Certification:

From the family collection of RJA. The correspondent in this letter is Joan B A who ran the Secret Intelligence Centre for Winston Churchill during WW2. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

20x13cm Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

Alan Brooke

Reference number:

12666B
£175.00

Description:

A lovely personal handwritten & signed double sided two page letter in ink by Alan Brooke on his own headed paper (dated May 30th 1955) 

Certification:

From the family collection of RJA. The correspondent in this letter is Joan B A who ran the Secret Intelligence Centre for Winston Churchill during WW2. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

20x13cm Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

Alan Brooke

Reference number:

12666A
£175.00

Description:

A lovely personal handwritten & signed double sided four page letter in ink by Alan Brooke on his own headed paper (dated January 20th 1955) thanking his correspondent for her charming invitation to lunch 

Certification:

From the family collection of RJA. The correspondent in this letter is Joan B A who ran the Secret Intelligence Centre for Winston Churchill during WW2. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

20x13cm four page letter

Condition:

Good. View Images

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About Field Marshall Alan Brooke

Field Marshall Alan Brooke

FIELD MARSHALL ALAN BROOKE 1st VISCOUNT d1963. British Army senior officer nicknamed "Brookie" and "Colonel Shrapnel". He was Chief of The Imperial General Staff (CIGS), the professional head of the British Army during World War 2 and was promoted to field marshal in 1944. As chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee, he was the foremost military advisor to Winston Churchill, the British PM and had the role of co-ordinator of the British military efforts in the Allie's victory in 1945. After retiring from the British Army, he served as Lord High Constable of England during the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. His war diaries attracted attention for their forthright views and criticism of many leading figures of the war. He died in Hampshire on June 17th 1963 aged 79

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