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040: Spring 1994

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Drunk as a Lord? The dismissal and redemption of Lord Edward Seymour

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Cambrai - Attack and stalemate The British attack at Cambrai on 20 November 1917 is well known for the mass-use of tanks for the first time. This operation, initially highly successful, was originally intended to be little more than a large-scale raid, but evolved into a much more ambitious affair. Whilst the use of tanks has made this action famo…


Sentenced to Death. The Public Record Office Court Martial Files.

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[This article originally appeared in Gun Fire No.31. It has been lightly edited for the purposes of publishing on the WFA's website. Illustrations have been added that did not appear in the original. All of these magazines are now available to WFA members via the Member Login. Joining the Western Front Association gives you access not only to the 5…


ONLINE: The Court Martial of Willie Stones and the 'DLI 6'

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Details to be confirmed once volunteers obtained The presentation will be live and online. This is the verbatim transcript of two original courts martial. The first is the famous case of Willie Stones (who famously claimed he blocked the trench with his rifle to stop pursuing Germans) and the second is a "mass" court martial of six men from the D…