I. UNPUBLISHED SOURCES
‘The Campaign in Greece’, an important narrative of events prepared by Lieutenant-Colonel E. E. Rich for the United Kingdom Historical Section. The bibliography with its list of war diaries and official documents is particularly useful.
Appendices to the Chief of the Imperial General Staff's Diary of his visit to the Mediterranean, February–April 1941. (Photostat.)
Report on Operations in Greece, March–April 1941, by Lieutenant-General H. M. Wilson.
Commanders-in-Chief Committee, Inter-Service Lessons learnt in the Campaign in Greece, March–April 1941
‘The War at Sea’, Vol. II (1941), Admiralty preliminary narrative written by Historical Section of Tactical, Torpedo and Staff Duties Division, Naval Staff.
Kalamata: Reports from Brigadier L. P. Parrington, Lieutenant-Colonel Basil Carey, 3 RTR, Lieutenant-Colonel J. P. Robinson, 8 Hussars, Major G. A. F. Kennard, The Shropshire Yeomanry, and Major F. B. Topham, Royal Artillery.
‘2 NZEF, 1939–40’, official narrative prepared by W. A. Glue.
‘The Campaign in Greece’, five volumes, the official New Zealand narrative prepared in great detail by I. McL. Wards from the war diaries and reports of New Zealand units and formations; and from the majority of the British, Australian and New Zealand sources listed in this bibliography.
General Freyberg's files.
Letters from Lord Freyberg to the Editor-in-Chief, New Zealand War Histories, Department of Internal Affairs.page 520
Transcripts from extracts from private diary and letters of Brigadier J. Hargest.
Kalamata: Reports from Major A. P. MacDuff, Captain H. S. D. Yates, Sergeant J. Hinton, VC, and some forty officers and other ranks.
As many unit papers were lost and many engagements never officially recorded, personal diaries, letters and narratives are an important source. They are, however, too numerous to list.
‘12 Army Campaign in the Balkans: A strategic Survey’, (German Military Documents Section, E.60/3).
12 Army orders and reports (GMDS files).
XXXX Corps, XVIII Corps and VIII Air Corps: orders, air reports and miscellaneous messages are quoted in divisional war diaries.
War diaries and reports of 6 Mountain Division, 72 Infantry Division, SS ‘Adolf Hitler’ Division, 2 Panzer Division; and their respective units and Battle Groups.
II. PUBLISHED SOURCES
International Military Trials, Nuremberg: Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Vol. I., Office of the United States Chief of Counsel for Prosecution of Axis Criminality, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1946.
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Air Operations in the Middle East from January 1, 1941, to May 3, 1941, Air Chief Marshal Longmore's Despatch (Supplement to The London Gazette, 19 September 1946).
Führer Conferences on Naval Affairs, 1939–1945, published in Brassey's Naval Annual, 1948.
Documents relating to New Zealand's Participation in the Second World War, 1939–45, Vols. I and II. War History Branch, Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington, 1949 and 1951.
Bates, P. W., Supply Company, 1955
Borman, C. A., Divisional Signals, 1954.page 522
Burdon, R. M., 24 Battalion, 1953.
Cody, J. F., 21 Battalion, 1953.
Cody, J. F., 28 (Maori) Battalion, 1956.
Norton, F. D., 26 Battalion, 1952.
Ross, Angus, 23 Battalion, 1959.
Wood, F. L. W., The New Zealand People at War, Political and External Affairs, 1958.