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Ep. 166 – Washington in the GW – Peter Welsh

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Peter Welsh talks about his research into the community of Washington during the Great War. Your browser does not support the audio element. Dr Tom Thorpe (TT) : Welcome to ‘Mentioned in Dispatches’ the podcast from The Western Front associa…


‘Wisht Lads: Washington in the Great War by Peter Welsh

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Pen & Sword, 2014,  £12.99, 172pp ISBN: 9–781–783–463–855 [This review by Peter Hart first appears in Issue 103 of Stand To! The Journal of The Western Front Association which is published three times a year. Members receive this and Bulletin, as well as gaining access to the entire archive of Stand To!, Gun Fire and Free access to our digiti…


Ep.249 – The Illustrated Chronicle during the First World War – Peter Welsh

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Historian Peter Welsh talks about his research into the daily Northumbrian newspaper, the Illustrated Chronicle, and the coverage before, during and after the Great War.

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