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025: Spring 1989

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026: Summer 1989

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028: Spring 1990

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033: Winter 1991

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039: Winter 1993

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071: September 2004

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Hooge Tunnel, Essex Farm and other drawings by Tony Spagnoly

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  Tony Spagnoly sent the following drawings. They were made in 1917 by a member of the 69th Field Ambulance and have to do with the Ypres area in 1917. The first has some notes on it which might be difficult to decipher, so here they are The School Mennin [sic] Gate This School has been the dumping ground for German shells for over three years. …


Tragedy and heroism in the Davidson family

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On March 28, 1916, a pharmacist in Montrose, Scotland, dropped dead. The man’s wife duly wrote to the War Office to ask if her eldest son, Ronald, could be granted a short compassionate leave to come home from the Western Front and sort out his father’s business affairs as her two other sons were still of school age. Tragically, the widow’s appeal…