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'Mustard Gas - Ypres 1917' a talk by Simon Jones

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  Please note Simon's presentation follows the Branch AGM which begins at 14.30. Prior to the AGM there will be a buffet lunch - see our Twitter account for further details


003: Winter 1981

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013: Spring 1985

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The Rationale for and the Deployment of Poisonous Gas on The Western Front in the Great War

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The rationale for and the deployment of poisonous gas on The Western Front in the Great War Introduction In early 1915, accounts were freely circulated in turn by the French, British and Germans that poisonous gas was being used as a weapon of war by their opponents on the Western Front. This was in clear contravention of the 1899 Hague Convent…


An Irish Soldier in the British Army

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The Last General Absolution of 2nd Royal  Munster Fusiliers at the Rue du Bois before the Battle of Aubers Ridge in 1915 by Fortunino Matania. 16th (Irish) Division and the Gas Attacks at Hulluch (Loos) April 1916  By Peter Crook   In May 1915, my wife’s grandfather, James Kidney, enlisted at Ennis in Co. Clare in the 8th Batt…