Records released under Freedom of Information in May 2005 - Page 2 of 5

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This table lists the individual records opened in May 2005 as a result of Freedom of Information requests. In a small number of cases, the record will appear in the subsequent month’s list because action to update the Catalogue, and enable direct ordering, has not been completed.

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Catalogue ref. Date Description
Home Office
HO 45/25483 1936-1946 Children: Experimental 'Q' camps for children and young persons considered to be 'socially inadequate'
HO 45/23565 1921-1949 Disturbances: Riots at fascist procession in Bermondsey 1937 and at football match, Chelsea vs Moscow Dynamo 1945; claims for compensation. Legistration: Riot (Damages) Act 1886: regulations on claims for compensation. Riot (Damages) Bill 1922
HO 263/25 1978-1979 Circulated evidence and background papers
HO 253/3 [1977] Memo: The Problem of Reconciling a Private Inquiry and a Published Report
HO 205/379 1943 Bethnal Green tube shelter disaster: transcript of evidence given at the enquiry, 11 to 17 March
HO 199/460 1940-1945 Enemy parachutes and parachute troops: reports and information on the dropping and landing by boat of hostile agents
HO 144/7269 1915-1927 Criminal cases: WERTHEIM, Lizzie Luise Convicted at CCC for attempting to collect information for the enemy and sentenced to 10 years' penal servitude
HO 144/22711
HO 144/22712




1941-1946 Aliens: Transfer of persons to Isle of Man prison
HO 144/22514 1929-1946 Criminal: Conveyance of handcuffed prisoners in public
HO 144/21580 1940-1941 War: Defeatist sentiments in writings by C G Grey, formerly editor of 'The Aeroplane': no action taken under Defence Regulation 18B.
HO 144/21529 1936-1941 Disturbances: Reports on the activities of the 'Left Book Club'
HO 144/21524 1936 Sept. 18-1941 Jan. 13 Disturbances: Spanish Civil War: Communist demonstrations.
HO 144/20947 1937 Prisons and prisoners: Serious assault on prisoners by prison officers at HM Prison Wandsworth: report of inquiry; dismissal of prison officers.
HO 144/19010 1934 Prisons and prisoners: Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill-Health) Act 1913 ['Cat and Mouse Act']: memorandum
HO 144/17948 1932-1933 Prisons and prisoners: Chelmsford Prison: disturbances
HO 144/15841 1920-1932 Sedition: Houston Stewart Chamberlain: treasonable activities in Germany, 1914-1918.
Home Office: Children's Department
MH 102/1165 1945 Complaint against a member of the Curtis Child Care Committee; correspondence