CONTRIBUTING AND CONTACTING
TACA welcomes images and text relevant to the history of British army children. If you would like to contribute any such material to TACA, be it for preservation or for possible inclusion on the TACA website (or both), please first consider the following issues:
  • copyright law (under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988, the duration of copyright for literary and artistic works is seventy years);
  • whether the content of your proposed contribution is directly relevant to the children of British Army soldiers. (Note that TACA encompasses only British army children, not those whose parents served in the Royal Navy or Royal Air Force, or else in another nation's army);
  • whether you would be prepared to give permission for your words or images to be included on the TACA website, or in any future TACA book, in return for an attribution and a credit.

If you would like to contact TACA, or to contribute material, either e-mail:
TACAdrum@gmail.com
or fill in and e-mail the form accessed by clicking 'CONTACT TACA' in the sidebar.

CONDITIONS OF USE
The information contained in this website is copyrighted to www.archhistory.co.uk/The Army Children Archive (TACA). Although you may print or download information from it for non-commercial research, private study or teaching in an educational establishment, you may not make copies of the images or data on this website for commercial purposes or monetary gain. Nor may you copy, publish, reproduce, sell, loan, sublicence or rent any portion of the information or any of the images on this website in any format without the prior written consent of a recognised representative of The Army Children Archive (TACA) or the rightful owner.

CREDITS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Grateful thanks to the following for their help and contributions:
Graham Alcock; Peter Anderson; Jenny Argante; Trish Bailey; bbc.co.uk; David Beetham; Denise Beggs; Aoife Bhreatnach; Gary Blakeley; Daisy Caroline Blythe; Donald Bridge; the British Library; the British Postal Museum & Archive (BPMA); Juliet Chaplin; Clement Chapman; David Clafton; Howard R Clarke; Dr Grace Clifton; A W Cockerill; Lynne Copping; Mick Cornford; Seán Pòl Ó Creachmhaoil; Chris Crowcroft; Peter Crump; The Daily Telegraph; Sheila Danks; Jeanne Dawson; Patricia Demkowicz; Peter Donnelly; Jens Dunne; Ray and Janet Durnall; Families in British India Society (FIBIS); Chris Fowler; Terry Friend; Chris Fussell; John Gibson; Marianne Gibson; Brian Gillard; Peter Goble; Alan Greveson; Richard Hall; Roger Hall; Winifred Hamilton; Jeff Harrison; Elaine Hart; David Hatherell; Robert Henderson; Julie Hewitt; Maggie Johns; Nancy Johnston; Helen Jones; Shelagh Jones; Hans-Jürgen Kariger; Mick Kiernan; Dan Kirwan; John Legg: John Leggett; Paul Levitt; Ronald F Limburn; Gerald Lipton; Stuart Lloyd; Michael Longyear; Paul Loy; Ann Lucas-Nemer; Lorina Lumsden; Jacqueline MacDonald; Peter Macdonald; Peter Malan; Liz Mardel; Thelma Jean Marshall; Joan McCartney; Colin McCormac; Taima McDonald-Pizey; Doreen McKeown; Richard Mellish; Chris Merry; Judith Millidge; Kerry Millward; NASA; Catherine Neville; Roger Noble; Marie O'Brien; Joy O’Neill; Mairi Paterson; Trevor Peacock; Pennant magazine; Penelope Ann Perry; Frances Pountney; Martin Powell; Barbara Rayner; Deb Rennie; Angela Richardson; Tim Roberts; Aggie Robertson; Elizabeth Robertson; Alan Robson; Leslie Rutledge; June Sage; Tim Sanders; Horst Schlüter; Scottish Field magazine; Amanda Sedgwick; Janine Shirley; Jayne Shrimpton; Virginia Silvester; Sharon Slater; Brian Spurway; Kathleen Squires; Barbara Steels; John Tapner; Robert Taylor; Kate Thaxton; MW; Sheila Walker; Peter Watson; David and Valerie Wells; John White; Roger White.