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Love During WW 1 By Art Miller
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A love story set during WW1.
The Durham Light Infantry WW1 By Captain R B Ainsworth
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During the short periods of training in 1917, it was suggested lectures should be delivered to the troops on the history of their battalions in France. Capt. G. Kirkhouse, Assistant Adjutant, set to... More > work to collect material for this purpose. Owing to there being no officers, and very few men, who had served continuously with the Battalion since April, 1915, the task was not easy.< Less
The Birth Of The Wristwatch & Its Baptism In WW1 By ian haynes
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Reference guide to collecting early and rare Boer & WW1 Military Timepieces. History of the major manufacturers from the period. Watch information dates from Transitionary Watches to WW1 Trench... More > Watches. WWI Trench Watch guide.< Less
GERMAN WW1 PHOTOS VOL.3 By JOE IMWALLE
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vol.3 of my ongoing photo book series. 20+ pages with over 40 photos 2 are color pics of my collection. some more nice material for the german ww1 collector to have,
My School Project On WW1 And Family Members who Served By Jemma Hickman
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World War One. Battle of Loos. History of Royal West Kent Regiments. Malaya 1951-1953
Postal History of the 26th Yankee Division in WW1 By Shawn Pease
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This book is the full color rendition of a postal history exhibit of envelopes, covers, and postcards from members of the 26th Yankee Division during their service in the Great War. This book covers... More > the division from their initial encampments in the New England region through their service in France and back to the United States after the Armistice. Each envelope is described as to it's postal history attributes and includes a description of the location or historic importance of the cover. It's a great book for military historians interested in real artifacts from WW1 and the rich history of the New Englanders who served in the Great War. Tables at the end of the book provide reference to the individual units of the 26th and their participation in some of the major engagements in the war. Also included is a reference table of the postmarks and dates covered in the book.< Less
Finding the Lost Battalion: Beyond the Rumors, Myths and Legends of America's Famous WW1 Epic By Robert Laplander
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In 'Finding the Lost Battalion' author Robert J. Laplander meticulously chronicles what would become one of the most famous events of American participation in World War One, discovering the truths... More > behind the legend. Drawing on hundreds of sources - many never before seen - and spanning eight years of research, including four trips to the sight of the action in France, Mr. Laplander leads the reader through the events in the Charlevaux Ravine during early October 1918, and the circumstances leading up to it, virtually hour by hour. In this way the book does not merely tell the story itself, but explains why it all came about in the first place. The end result is the single most factual acounting of the Lost Battalion and their leader, Charles W. Whittlesey, to date, told in an entertaining, fast moving style. Never dry or boring, as some military tomes can be, this one is sure to quickly become a favorite on your shelf and the benchmark against which all further work on the Lost Battalion will be measured.< Less
Finding the Lost Battalion: Beyond the Rumors, Myths and Legends of America's Famous WW1 Epic By Robert Laplander
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In 'Finding the Lost Battalion' author Robert J. Laplander meticulously chronicles what would become one of the most famous events of American participation in World War One, discovering the truths... More > behind the legend. Drawing on hundreds of sources - many never before seen - and spanning eight years of research, including four trips to the sight of the action in France, Mr. Laplander leads the reader through the events in the Charlevaux Ravine during early October 1918, and the circumstances leading up to it, virtually hour by hour. In this way the book does not merely tell the story itself, but explains why it all came about in the first place. The end result is the single most factual acounting of the Lost Battalion and their leader, Charles W. Whittlesey, to date, told in an entertaining, fast moving style. Never dry or boring, as some military tomes can be, this one is sure to quickly become a favorite on your shelf and the benchmark against which all further work on the Lost Battalion will be measured.< Less
Families of those men from WW1 named on the Otley village war memorial By Otley Local History Group
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Information on the families of the men from World War One who are named on the Otley village war memorial. This memorial was unveiled on 11th November 2006.
My dear Father... By Pat Bryan
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Letters from the Front in 1915, set against the realities and horrors of World War 1