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Germany 1917. The 1987 Presidential Address 'Germany 1917' delivered by the Honorary President John Terraine
Germany 1917. The 1987 Presidential Address delivered by the Honorary President John Terraine (This article first appeared in Stand To! 24 Winter 1988 pp 14 - 18) It was Field Marshal von Hindenburg who said: 1916 spoke a language which made itself heard.' I think he was right: it is important to understand that language, because otherwise…
'Ladies in MI5' with Phil Tomaselli
On previous occasions the branch has heard about different aspects of military intelligence in the Great War. At our December meeting Phil Tomaselli will expand this subject and tell us about Ladies in MI5. By all accounts they were an intriguing group! Phil’s stories not only will cover their valuable war service but also what they did afterward…
"The Everyday Life of the Intelligence Soldier: Corporal Vince Schuerhoff, 1916-1918" by Dr Jim Beach
Jim Beach began his academic career at the University of Salford in 2006 before moving to the University of Nottingham in 2012. As a military historian he has a broad interest in Britain's security during the era of Total War (1914-1945). This talk reflects that interest. Corporal Vince Schurhoff came from a Birmingham business family that was …