The Life of Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston MP
My thanks are firstly due to the Hunter family for their kind permission to consult the Hunter papers at Hunterston House. I would also like to thank the staff and trustees of the following institutions for their invaluable assistance during my research for this book: the National Library of Scotland, the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, the Imperial War Museum, the British Library, the National Archives, the National Army Museum, the Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College Cambridge, the West Kilbride Museum. I have attempted to locate current holders of copyright in text, but I apologise for any omissions that may have occurred in this respect and will ensure amendments are made in any future edition.
I am grateful to Colin Cumming for proof reading and his many excellent suggestions; also thanks to Michael Hopcroft for his hard work with the maps.
My apologies to colleagues in the GCU battlezone who have been subjected to many inspiring parallels from the career of Hunter-Weston over the last few years: Annie Tindley, Stewart Davidson, Fraser Duncan, Ross Campbell, Ben Shepherd, Vicky Long, and Karly Kehoe.
Finally, thanks to Jim Whiston for his continuing tolerance and unflagging support (and help with photographs). ← ix | x →← x | 1 →
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