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TITLE
Protection of Post Office Installations
EXTERNAL ID
Z_GB1741_D592_5_41
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
DATE OF IMAGE
30 November 1940
PERIOD
1940s
SOURCE
Caithness Archive Centre
ASSET ID
6074
KEYWORDS
homeguard
post offices
service communications
Protection of Post Office Installations

First page of a three page letter from Captain Vickers, General Staff, Sutherland Sub-Area outlining the necessity for protection of the post office installations in the Sutherland Sub-Area.

Post offices are divided into three categories of importance from "A" being the most important and "C" being the least.

The post office contained equipment that was used for "the vast majority of service communications."

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Protection of Post Office Installations

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

1940s

homeguard; post offices; service communications

Caithness Archive Centre

Home Guard/Civil Defence papers

First page of a three page letter from Captain Vickers, General Staff, Sutherland Sub-Area outlining the necessity for protection of the post office installations in the Sutherland Sub-Area. <br /> <br /> Post offices are divided into three categories of importance from "A" being the most important and "C" being the least.<br /> <br /> The post office contained equipment that was used for "the vast majority of service communications."