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018: Winter 1986

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019: Spring 1987

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'The Fight for Delville Wood & The Story of a Remarkable Man' by Andy Tonge

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Andy Tonge, the European Officer of The Western Front Association, will be giving a talk on the fight for Delville Wood.   We usually meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month except August and December at 15:15 for 15:30 - 17:30.   Venue: St Philip and St James Parish Hall, Whitton, TW2 7BY


After Amiens – 38th (Welsh) Division

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It happened in the barber’s where my mother had taken me when I was a young child. ‘Mummy, why is that man making funny noises?’ The wheezing, rattling and muted bubbling sound stopped briefly as he turned to look at me, expressionless, then nodded towards my mother and turned away. My mother gave a very, very sharp tug on my coat sleeve. ‘Shhh!…


18 July 1916 : Lance Corporal Eugene Walter Linley, 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders.

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Lance Corporal Linley of B Company was reported missing on 18 July 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. The 1901 census records him living at Muirfiled Road, Inverness, with his parents Fred [b.1859 Huddersfield?, Yorkshire] and Ellen Louise [b.1861], brothers Fred Kay [b.1890], Richard Musgrave [b.1898…