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23 November 1917 : Pte Joseph Hoole died on this day

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From Preston, Lancashire, Joseph was born in 1892. A pre-war territorial, he had been a weaver in his civilian life and re-enlisted in 1916. In May 1917, Joseph was sent out to France and fought in the 3rd Battle of Ypres and at Cambrai where he was seriously wounded in both legs, right arm and chest. He died of these injuries in a Casualty Clear…


050: September 1997

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051: January 1998

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The Armistice and Afterwards: Extracts from the Diaries of QMS Edgar Wignall RAMC

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The Armistice and Afterwards: Extracts from the Diaries of QMS Edgar Wignall RAMC by Clive R Harrison (This article first appeared in Stand To! No.61 April 2001 pp25-30 - including a two page Appendix giving details of the medical and ambulance equipment carried by his unit). On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918 …


31 December 1917: Pte Arthur Foster

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38 year old Arthur was a carter in his local Co-operative Society in civilian life. He was called into service on 26 August 1916. He had only recently been hospitalised due to trench-foot when he was severely wounded in the Ypres sector on 31 December 1917. Arthur died in a Casualty Clearing Station the same day and he is now buried in Lijssentho…