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Bletchley During the First World War By John A. Taylor
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Bletchley during the First World War - A Town Fit for Heroes Life during the war in Bletchley, Milton Keynes
Three Years in France with the Guns By C.A. Rose
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These brief notes of experiences with the guns for thirty-eight months in France were primarily penned for my own satisfaction. Friends who read the manuscript expressed much interest in it, and... More > added the hope that it might be given a more permanent form. The story is a simple record of the fortunes of my own Battery and Brigade, and is intended as a tribute to the good comradeship which existed, under all conditions, among all ranks. C.A.R. The Kean Guides World War 1 series tells of the personal cost of this conflict , by republishing dairies, recollections and observations our aim is to educate and encourage study of this War to keep alive the memories of those who went through the hell and survived ,and for the many who sacrificed their lives.< Less
Grimsby & Cleethorpes Absent Voters List 1919 By Poacher Books
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The Laugharne Roll of Honour By Steven John
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Sat in a picturesque location in South West Wales is the Ancient Township of Laugharne. Now best known for being the home and last resting place, of the Poet Dylan Thomas, at the turn of the 19th... More > Century, Laugharne was a haven for the High Society, and for retired Army and Naval Officers. This small place gave up the flower of its youth to the Great War, and created it's own small piece of history when William Fuller became the first Welshman to win the Victoria Cross during that great conflict. This book aims to remember the fallen of Laugharne for both World Wars, and contains short biographies of them all.< Less
World War One - Frontline News By Nicholas Pringle
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Throughout World War One, journalists risked their lives to bring news from the frontlines. Although America did not enter the war until April 1917, their newspapers had been full of news about the... More > war since the summer of 1914. This is the story of the war using articles and interviews that were featured in regional newspapers from throughout the United States. In chronological order, the book contains, for example, interviews with soldiers in the trenches, survivors of ships sunk by U-boats, German prisoners, aviators and nurses and doctors who cared for the wounded. There is official war statements, updates from Generals,and speeches by politicians plus accounts of battles from writers that were in the frontline trenches.< Less
War! By Ronald Pattinson
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The story of British beer and brewing during WW I and WW II. With a side order of Germany, France and the Netherlands. Numbers, social history, crappy jokes and lots of homebrew recipes.
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A treatise on the state of the world and the potential for change. A move beyond rhetoric for real understanding
Gilbert Mapplebeck By Peter Mapplebeck
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I have always been fascinated by the life of Gilbert Mapplebeck,who was one of the first Royal Flying Corps pilots to fly to the continent at the very start of the 1st World War and was the first... More > British aviator to fly a reconnaissance over enemy territory. His life reads like something out of an adventure book: his determination to become a pilot; his posting to France in 1914; his reconnaissance flight over enemy lines; carrying out one of the first bombing raids on an enemy transport train; being badly wounded in an early “dog fight”; being shot down over enemy territory and his amazing escape back to England; and his tragic death in a flying accident just one year later. But his story has always been incomplete until two significant diaries written by Gilbert (Gib) came to light. In the first he tells us of his time in the RFC between July 1914 and February 1915. The second diary, written after the event, Gib tells the story of the ill-fated “sortie” over Lille.< Less
Annandale's Great War: A Short Walk By Marghanita da Cruz
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Annandale's Great War: A Short Walk is Marghanita da Cruz's third book in a series, which explore today's Annandale, while delving into its past. This book is about Annandale in the decade between... More > 1910 and 1920. Over 1200 locals left Annandale as members of the Australian Imperial Force or to join British regiments. This book provides a self guided tour of the World War 1 honour boards and memorials around Annandale and the ANZACs whose names appear on them. At home, there were also battles over conscription and between modes of transport. Marghanita da Cruz has been gathering an anecdotal history of Annandale, at "Annandale on the Web" since 1998. Marghanita guided this short walk as part of the Annandale Heritage Festival on 21 April 2013.< Less
War! By Ronald Pattinson
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The story of British beer and brewing during WW I and WW II. With a side order of Lloyd George, Germany, France and the Netherlands. Numbers, social history, crappy jokes and lots of homebrew recipes.

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