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'The Wagoners' by Ian Machines

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Ian Machines will be giving a talk the Wagoners of the First World War.      Image: Scene at a British water-supply post. National Army Museum, Study collection. 


Digging the Trenches: The Archaeology of the Western Front.

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Andy Robertshaw, David Kenyon Pen and Sword, £25.00, 207pp ills throughout, notes, index. ISBN 184415671-0. Since I have frequently been guilty of criticising the quality of Pen and Sword books, I feel bound to note that, quite apart from its fascinating content, this is the company’s best quality book for a long time. Clear typography is support…


The Unknown Warrior: A special magazine for members from The Western Front Association

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On the evening of 10 November 1920 a train pulled into Platform 8 of London’s Victoria Station. An honour guard and deep reverence surrounded the arrival of the Unknown Warrior, somebody’s father, somebody’s son, a nameless everyman from the Western Front. The event itself has stirred the imagination ever since. The Warrior’s burial next day at We…