Hugh Tulloch (fl 1914-1960s) joined the Prisons and Police Service, Shanghai in 1939 but became a prisoner of war from 1943 to 1945. After the end of the Second World War he became Consulate-General of Shanghai, 1945-1946, Assistant Superintendant, Prisons, Nigeria, from 1947 and Superintendant from 1952. He was made Senior Superintendant, Sierra Leone, from 1956 and Deputy Director, Prisons, 1956-1961.
Papers relating to career in prison service in Palestine, Egypt, Shanghai, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, including police orders, correspondence, memoranda, photographs, printed material and press cuttings, 1936-1966.
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Listed as no. 628 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).
Tulloch | Hugh | fl 1914-1960s | prison administrator
Great Britain | Colonies | Administration
Palestine | History | 1917-1948
Egypt | History | 20th century
China | History | 1937-1945
Nigeria | History | 1900-1960
Sierra Leone | History | 1896-1961
Prison administration | Palestine
Prison administration | Nigeria
Prison administration | Sierra Leone
Prison administration | China
Prison administration | Egypt
Mandates | Palestine