Beatty Papers at the National Maritime Museum
- 1 BTY/1
- 2 BTY/2
- 3 BTY/3
- 4 BTY/4
- 5 BTY/5
- 6 BTY/6
- 7 BTY/7
- 8 BTY/7
- 9 BTY/9
- 10 BTY/10
- 11 BTY/11
- 12 BTY/12
- 13 BTY/13
- 14 BTY/14
- 15 BTY/15
- 16 BTY/16
- 17 BTY/17
- 18 BTY/18
- 19 BTY/19
- 20 BTY/20
- 21 BTY/21
- 22 BTY/22
- 23 BTY/23
Birth and early service: letters and papers 8 Nov 1883-9 Nov 1900 including Adm Sir Walter Cowan's recollections of Beatty's early life.
Survey of Nile Cataracts and the Sudan campaign 3 Jun and 22 Sep 1896 and a newspaper cutting (See also BTY/24/1-6).
Boxer rebellion: Beatty's journal 9 Jun-13 Jul 1900 and a photograph of the BARFLEUR.
HMS JUNO: confidential memoranda 10 Feb-20 Sep 1902 and an Intelligence Department minute 11 May 1903.
The refusal of an appointment in the Atlantic Fleet: letters including drafts by Beatty relating to the offer 5-26 Jul 1911.
Naval Secretary to First Lord: files entitled 'Destroyers building at Stettin' and 'Destroyers and Light Cruisers in War' and other papers 9 Oct 1911-21 Dec 1912 (See also BTY/22/1).
1st Battle Cruiser Squadron 1 Feb-9 Oct 1913.
First World War. Battle of Heligoland Bight 28 Aug 1914: folder containing papers 29 Aug-22 Oct 1914.
Beatty and W S Churchill (1874-1965) First Lord of the Admiralty: draft letter and copies of telegrams (n.d.) by Beatty, letter from Churchill 22 Nov 1914 and a paper entitled 'Remarks on the situation in the North Sea' n.d.
Raid on Scarborough 16 Dec 1914: track charts: 18 December 1914 - 26 January 1915 (See also BTY/22/2).
Papers relating to the raid on Scarborough on 16 December 1914 (See also BTY/22/2).