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005: Summer 1982

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008: Summer 1983

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014: Summer 1985

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038: Summer 1993

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Railwaymen of Cumbria Remembered : A roll of honour produced by the Cumbrian Railways Association

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By Peter Robinson and Micheel Peascod 48 pages illustrated, A4 format. Available from CRA Book Sales 50 Tattershall Toothill Swindon SN5 8BX.   Price £4.00 post free.    ‘Railwaymen of the First War’ as a title would threaten to fill several volumes of books, encyclopaedic in size and scope so it is just as well that ‘Railwaymen of Cumbria…


Stand To! No.1 to No.128 Full Contents Listing

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Stand To! 1-128 Content Stand To  1 Spring 1981 Editorial Notes (Peter T. Scott) Serving members of the Western Front Association Early Days, New Paths and Acknowledgements Inaugural Meeting: John Terraine's Address. Historian John Terraine berates those who indulge in ‘purely tragic pilgrimages to the Western Front’. The Loving Care of the…


CANCELLED: Guinness Roll of Honour a talk by Nigel Henderson.

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After the war, those men who returned expressed their gratitude to the company for its philanthropic attitude by presenting the Directors with an illuminated address on 16th February 1920 and the company subsequently produced a parchment Roll of Honour and a Roll of Honour book in which the names of 645 employees who served in the Great War are lis…


Ep. 92 – Public School Great War Memorials – Sarah Wearne

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School archivist Sarah Wearne talks about her new book that looks at Great War memorials in public schools. This is published by Helion.


Ep. 145 – Stories from the Bo’ness War Memorial – Alan Gow & Robert Jardine

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Alan Gow and Robert Jardine about their book (written with Richard Hannah) on the lives and war service of the men who commemorated on the Bo’ness War Memorial, West Lothian.


12 May 1917 : Lieut. Philip Martin Blake Collcutt

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He was the youngest son of Thomas (President of the Royal Society of Architects) and Emily Collcutt. At the 1881 and 1891 Census, the Collcutt family lived at 36 Bloomsbury Square. In 1891, Philip, only a few months old, was the youngest of six children. As well as the parents, the household included a private Governess, and three domestic ser…


Ep. 154 – Rugbeians at War – Dan Mclean

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Author Dan Mclean talks about his book on Rugbeians in the Great War, published by Pen and Sword.


Bushmills  Heroes 1914 -1918 by Robert Thompson

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204pp, ills. £10.00 (2005 pricing) (Copies available from the author) ISBN 0- 9537583-3-8 by Robert Thompson  [This review first appeared in Stand To!  No. 73 April 2005] Now in its second edition, Bushmills Heroes, offers valuable memorial essays to some 90 or so men from the area killed during the Great War. The diligence of its author, editor…


The Boys of Blackhorse Road by Malcolm Doolin

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More than simply a collection of personal, short life and service histories of the boys who as men served and died during the First World War, The Boys of Blackhorse Road is a social history of the era, which ably straddles this extraordinarily transitional era, say 1880s to 1920s. The story of the school is assiduously told; throughout it remains…


Great Sacrifice. The Old Boys of Barnsley Holgate Grammar School in the First World War by Jane Ainsworth

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720 pages Helion & Company (2016) ‘A memorial book like no other.’ ‘Great Sacrifice. The Old Boys of Barnsley Holgate Grammar School in the First World War’ is several books and a variety of types of book all in one: at its heart,  it is a ‘memorial book’ - the record of each of the 76 ‘boys’ featured on the war memorial that was unveiled at…


Fletching Church: Where Soldiers of the Great War Sleep

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St. Andrew and St. Mary the Virgin is the parish church of Fletching, a charming little village in East Sussex, which nestles in the Weald around 13 miles north of the South Downs and borders the southern edge of the Ashdown Forest. It is thought that Fletching was founded in the late 5th century AD as an Anglo-Saxon fort. It appears in the Domesda…


Farnham in the Great War by Maurice Hewins

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Printed and bound by Print2Demand Ltd. 17cm x 24cm 202 pages When I was asked to read and review Maurice Hewin's Farnham in the Great War I jumped at the chance. Having struggled myself to produce a history of the men of Rowledge who fell in the Great War, I knew only too well that the source of material for any work relating to that period was …