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Remembering Passchendaele

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Visit the Worcestershire one day event to be held at St Helen’s Church, Worcester on November 4th 2017, commemorating the end of the 3rd Battle of Ypres, also known as Passchendaele. Between 31st July 1917 and 10th November 1917, 3 months of brutal fighting ended after the village of Passchendaele was finally captured from the Germans. Around 500,…


069: January 2004

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'Dear Mother Great War letters From A Bristol Soldier'

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ISBN: 1 904537 07 3  SB 144 pp £7.99 Published by RedcliffePress Ltd, 81g Pemroke Rd, Bristol BS83EA.  ”Dear Mother” is one of those treats that crop up all too rarely; a lovingly preserved collection of private letters that have survived the passage of time. The book has two stories to tell. First the short life of a young soldier; and second the…


9543 Private Nicholas Joseph Mann 9th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

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Nicholas Mann was born in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, resident and enlisted Pershore, Worcestershire. He was the son of Colour Sergeant Nicholas G.A. Mann (Tewkesbury Volunteers, 2nd V.B.G.R.) and Sarah Ann Mann, of Gander Lane, Church St., Tewkesbury. He served in the South African Campaign.
 According to his service records he married Annie M…