Search results for Simon Jones.

014: Summer 1985

/stand-to/014-summer-1985/

Download PDF This browser does not support inline PDFs. Please download the PDF to view it: Download PDF  


CANCELLED : 'The right medicine for the Bolshevist' with Simon Jones:

/branches/united-kingdom/wessex/events/cancelled-the-right-medicine-for-the-bolshevist-with-simon-jones/

Simon Jones is an Honorary Research Fellow in War Studies at the University of Birmingham and a Member of the British Commission for Military History.


Ep. 194 - Chemical Warfare - Simon Jones

/the-latest-wwi-podcast/ep-194-chemical-warfare-simon-jones/

Freelance historian Simon Jones about his research into chemical weapons during the Great War. Protective suits worn by American scientists during the development of new chemical weaponry. (Photo: National Archives and Records Administration) Your browser does not support t…


Pension Record Card Project 'Hometown' and The French Connection

/world-war-i-articles/pension-record-card-project-hometown-and-the-french-connection/

While working on The Western Front Association's ‘Big Push’ project, my wife (Management) was adding addresses to the index in Ancestry’s Fold3 and came across this Pension Record Card for Beasey E J – it posed an interesting problem as the address appeared to be Villa Naunanuna, Braulis-sur-mer, France. A simple google search for this rather obscu…


CONFERENCE : Gas in the Great War and its Legacy WFA/NAM Conference

/events/conference-gas-in-the-great-war-and-its-legacy-wfanam-conference/

The Western Front Association / National Army Museum Conference 0930 Arrivals1000 Welcome1010 Keynote 1+ Q&AProfessor Edward M. Spiers (University of Leeds), ‘Chemical Warfare in the First World War’ Chemical warfare, if not a war winner, was not a failure in 1915-1918, as often described. It was a form of warfare that evolved steadily during …