Thursby Papers at the National Maritime Museum
Passport issued to Thursby by the Japanese government. 1894.
Bound volume. Copies of Consular Reports, letters of proceedings, etc, relating to Thursby's service in Asia-Minor. 1909.
Bound volume. Telegrams, Fleet orders, letters of proceedings, etc, relating to service in Crete. 1909.
Reports on Admiralty Weekly Order No.81, regarding a policy of advancements to fill the redundant positions of Petty Officer, Leading Seaman and Stoker Petty Officer. 1911.
Letter to Thursby informing him of his advancement to Rear-Admiral, Second-in-Command of the Seventh Battle Fleet. 1914.
Map of Gallipoli, issued by the War Office. With handwritten notes on unit strengths and positions.
Transcript of essay entitled, "The Great War: Appreciations of Situations." Covers various tactical considerations of naval deployment.
Reports and orders relating to the Dardenelles campaign. Including details of the troop landings at Gaba Tepe in Gallipoli and the subsequent evacuation.
Passport issued by the British Vice-Consulate, Taranto.
Reports and orders for time as Rear-Admiral Commanding, Second Squadron.
British Adriatic Reports, Enclosures 1-10. Reports, orders and proceedings of the Eastern Mediterranean Squadron.
British Adriatic Reports, Enclosures 11-20. Reports, orders and proceedings of the Eastern Mediterranean Squadron.
British Adriatic Reports, Enclosures 21-30. Reports, orders and proceedings of the Eastern Mediterranean Squadron.
British Adriatic Reports, Enclosures 31-39. Reports, orders and proceedings of the Eastern Mediterranean Squadron.
Letters to Thursby during time served in the Mediterranean, including notification of promotion to Vice-Admiral.
Reports and transcipts relating to the Conference of Corfu.
Reports, proceedings and orders given as Vice-Admiral, Eastern Mediterranean Squadron.
Letters to Thursby regarding the use of submarine chasers. Includes U.S. Navy reports on the subject.
Transcript. Chronology of the war in the Eastern Mediterranean and Adriatic. June 1915-June 1916.
Transcript of essay. "Early Days of the War in the Channel Fleet and the Gallipoli Landings."
Transcript of essay. "Principles of Stationing Cruisers and Destoyers Accompanying a Fleet."
Lecture Notes. "From Commencement of War Until I Joined Queen - Join Channel Fleet at Portsmouth."