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'Territorials 1914 to 1918' by Don Rustage

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  Don Rustage is from Cheshire and has a particular interest in the development of the Territorials during World War I.   IMAGE: Soldiers from the 5th Battalion of the Cheshire Regiment pictured during the First World War after the Battle of the Somme (c) Don Rustage  


081: January 2008

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Discipline in the BEF: An analysis of executions in British Divisions 1914-1918

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It is well recorded that despite a dubious disciplinary record, Australian troops were amongst the most effective of those available to Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig. [1] This observation is at odds with the example of the Guards Division which also had a favourable reputation, but whose discipline was strict.[2] It is therefore potentially useful…