Ref NoStev/001/11
TitleResearch Material III
DescriptionVarious printed and handwritten research material collected by David Stevens for his personal research on Major Hopkins' PoW dreams.

Included is:

Typescript print and email messages concerning 'Prisoners' Dreams research proposal by D. Stevens, November 2003

Handwritten notes

Typescript pages concerning an Internet application to the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust for a 2006 Travelling Fellowship

National newspaper presscuttings of WWII obits 2005 (including newspaper strip)

Printed Internet pages of BBC WW2 People's War concerning Dunkirk and the Royal Warwickshire Regiment 2004

Printed Internet pages concerning:

German regiment

Location maps

German PoW camps

German Hospitals

German Oflag Camps

Red Cross Map

An unknown envelope of correspondence in German, containing seven letters, postmarked 1944-1945.

Photocopied pages of Hopkins' diaries, handwritten notes and internet pages (in a bundle)

Photocopied pages taken from 'Ticket to Hell via Dieppe from a Prsioner's Wartime Log 1942-1945' by A.Robert Prouse (1982) Webb and Bower Exeter

Photocopied pages taken from 'Internment: The Diaries of Harry Seidler May 1940-October 1941' (1986) Allen and Unwin

Photocopied pages taken from 'Stalag Scrapbook' by Ian Sabey (1947) F.W.Cheshire Pty.Ltd

Photocopied pages entitled 'A Classification System for the Content Analysis of Dreams' By Hall, C.S. and Van De Castle, R. (1966) New York

Photocopied pages entitled 'Indicative Meanings in Dreams' taken from Dreaming: A Cognitive-Psychological Analysis by Foulkes, D (1985) London

Photocopied pages taken from 'Jarhead: A Soldier's Story of Modern War' by Anthony Swofford (2004), Scribner
FormatTextual Material
NotesThe History of Psychology Centre is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our users. Be aware that our catalogue contains historic terminology relating to mental health which could be considered offensive. The terminology exists within the original record and has been retained to inform users on viewpoints at the time. It in no way reflects the attitudes of the cataloguers or the British Psychological Society.
Related MaterialMajor Hopkins' diaries
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Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.
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