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'Munitionettes' by Richard Pullen


By June 1917, roughly 80% of the weaponry and ammunition used by the British army during World War I was being made by women who became known as munitionettes. Richard explains their story                                                             Speaker this month Richard Pullen                    Chesterfield Labour Club, Unity House, 113…

‘The the centenary of the Battle of Cambrai 1917’ by Richard Pullen


With the summer recess over the Lincoln branch welcomes back Lincoln’s own resident expert in all things mechanical relating to the Great War, Richard Pullen. Richard is an expert in his field and chairs the renowned Friends of Lincoln Tank group. His field of knowledge will be there for all to enjoy when he gives a presentation on the centenary Th…

The Lincoln & North Lincolnshire Branch Seminar 'First World War Seminar' : 29 September


The Lincoln & North Lincolnshire Branch of the Western Front Association are holding their '1918' Seminar on Saturday, 11 September at the The Leap Auditorium, Lincoln. Join us for an afternoon of 1918-themed presentations including a fascinating talk by our key speaker, the historian and TV presenter, Peter Barton. Tickets are priced at £20…