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20 May 1917 : Pte James Ewart
His parents were John Ewes of 6 Romilly Road, Cardiff, a jeweller’s manager and Charlotte (née Ireland). James was one of four children. He was educated in Manchester and Wakefield. In 1901 the family lived at 92 Llanfair Road, Cardiff. In 1911, the family lived at 102 Llanfair Road and all three grown up children were working as clerks for …
The Kinmel Park Camp Riots 1919 by J Putkowski
55pp. Illustrated. Card covers. Flintshire Historical Society. £2.50. £3.50 by post from Clwyd County Record Office The Old Rectory, Hawarden, Deeside, Clwyd CH5 3NR. ISBN 0 9512776 18. [This review first appeared in the Winter 1989 edition of Stand To! No.27] In early 1919, discontent among Canadian soldiers awaiting demobilisation in Bri…
Ep.277 – The Friendly Invasion of Lewes in 1914 – Jonathan Vernon
Jonathan Vernon, Digital Editor for The Western Front Association, talks about his research into Lewes during the opening months of the Great War. Your browser does not support the audio element. Jonathan looks at how the town coped with th…