Collection: FOLJOUBE R F T (LIEUTENANT) & FOLJOUBE E W S F (LIEUTENANT)
Copy negatives made from photographic prints: 9 relating to Lt E W S F Foljoube (1st Rifle Brigade) as a Prisoner of War in Germany and his subsequent internment in Switzerland. Included are his arrival at Kronach, Bavaria, a view of the tennis courts constructed by POWs at Heidelberg Camp, the arrival of British officers at Berne railway station and the funeral procession for a British officer/soldier. A number of the latter photographs provide good details of Swiss infantry uniforms. Alongside these images are 18 covering the service of Lt R F T Foljoube with the 120th Battery, Royal Field Artillery (RFA) between 1910-1915. These include sport at the RA Depot Woolwich, a portrait of R F T Foljoube in dress uniform, scenes of pre-war manoeuvres in Ireland and 120th Battery taking part in a march-past at the Curragh. There are also a number of photographs depicting the Battery in the Kemmel and Neuve Eglise sectors of the Western Front, 1915, along with two showing the unit's 4.5 in Howitzers in firing positions near Ciry on the River Aisne. Also depicted are men of the 7th and 4th Battalions, Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment in trenches. Finally, there are 2 photographs dating from R F T Foljoube's time at the RN College Dartmouth. One shows the interior of a cadet barrack room, whilst the other is a head and shoulders portrait of Cadet John Anthony Vere Morse who eventually retired from naval service as a vice-admiral.