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Open History 122 Special WW1 edition

Prelude to War: A portrayal of the Liberal Government’s Cabinet manoeuvrings in the twelve day to 4 August 1914; Joseph Evans (an Irish soldier in WW1); The Irish in World War 1; Dear Father... (letters from a soldier to his father); Folkestone and Why History is Important (how Folkestone copied in WW1); Paper Chains from the Western Front: Postcards 1914-1918; Unfinished Business (a convicted m...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-OH122

The Fleet Annual and Naval Year Book 1917

This CD is an ideal resource for those interested in the Navy during 1917. It contains a list of Officers and men of the Navy who were killed in the War, a brief history of the war from the Naval point of view, and awards for distinguished service. There are details of British Navy Battleships, as well as French Battleships, Italian Battleships, and others from around the world. Other interesting ...

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War Memorials by Susan Tall

A Guide for Family Historians...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-OHM55

Yorkshire, The History of the Sixth Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment 1914-1919

This CD is a must-have for those interested in the regiment during the First World War. It is a detailed and interesting account of the experiences of the 1/6th and 2/6th Battalions, such as the fighting around Ypres and capture of Passchendaele. It contains photographs of officers and their surroundings, as well as a number of maps. You can also see lists of the Officers who went abroad, casualti...

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Hove and the Great War

Hove and the Great War. Published in 1920. Hove and the Great War or A Record and a Review together with the Roll of Honour and List of Distinctions. By H. M. Wallbrook. An account of the town's endeavour to do it's share in those dark years of the Great War. Even down to a seven year old child saving his pocket money for, in his words. "I want to win this war by saving up m...

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives Product Ref: ARA-ARA648

Altrincham History Society Occasional Paper 34, Asquith's War: Altrincham August 1914-May1915

by Colin Graham. This occasional paper looks at the beginning of the First World War through Altrincham's local newspaper, the Altrincham Guardian and analyses the reactions of local people. There is not only the reaction from the Home Front (the fundraising, the enlisting, the arrival of Belgian refugees), but also the letters from local soldiers printed in the newspaper, and later on the obituar...

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The History of the 2/6th Battalion The King's Liverpool Regiment 1914-1919

This CD is a must-have for those interested in the regiment during the First World War. It is a detailed and interesting account of the experiences of the 2/6th Battalion, such as their experiences in Armentieres and the Battle of Cambrai. There is a list of all Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and men, including their regimental number, date of joining, date of leaving with ...

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WWI Recruitment Ledgers for the men of Wotton-under-Edge August 1914 to November 1915

Twenty three days after the declaration of WW1 the first Ledger was opened on 27th August 1914 with the last entry being on 30th November 1915, prior to conscription in January 1916. There are 465 men listed with 167 believed to have served their King and Country. Twenty four of those listed are known to have died during the conflict, being listed on the Wotton-under-Edge War Memorial, the Roll of...

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Altrincham History Society Occasional Paper 38: The Coalition's War: Altrincham May 1915-December 1916

By Colin Graham. This is the second part of a history of how the Cheshire market town of Altrincham was affected by WW1 and how Altrincham people played their part, whether in the armed services or non-combatant...

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Newport 1918 Absent Voters

A list showing the people who were away serving in the forces from Newport in that year....

Supplied by: Gwent Family History Society /, Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd Gwent Product Ref: GNT-NCD29

CR 030 First World War tribunals in Swindon

Records of First World War tribunals in Swindon. The appeals are listed in alphabetical order under the name of the person for whom the appeal was made. Where two or more men were considered together, there is one entry under one of the names with a cross reference to the other in its appropriate alphabetical place. As there is much information on employers, an index of them has been include...

Supplied by: Wiltshire Family History Society Product Ref: WIL-B079

CR 031 First World War tribunals in Wiltshire

The appeals are listed in alphabetical order under the name of the person for whom the appeal was made. Where two or more men were considered together, there is one entry under one of the names with a cross reference to the other in its appropriate alphabetical place. As there is much information on employers, an index of them has been included with reference to the employees for whom the ap...

Supplied by: Wiltshire Family History Society Product Ref: WIL-B047

Coulsdon and Purley WAR MEMORIALS - First World War by Nigel Elliott

A 100 page fully illustrated book in colour. listing all the war memorials in Coulsdon and Purley commemorating servicemen of the First World War, and listing all those who fell. ISBN 978-0-900992-79-1....

Supplied by: Bourne Society, The Product Ref: BOU-CPWM

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