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002: Autumn 1981 (September)

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004: Spring 1982

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007: Spring 1983

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009: Winter 1983

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010: Spring 1984

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013: Spring 1985

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077: September 2006

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Video: Four veterans remember the Battle of the Somme

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The documentary below was produced in 1991 and featured four veterans reminiscing about their time on the Somme in 1916. The veterans featured were Tom Bromley, Alf Razzell, Sid Lovell and Donald Hodge. Although the picture quality is not great, we thought members may enjoy watching this video.  As will be seen in the end credits, The Western Fro…


Ep. 123 – British veterans’ responses to Peace Day, 19 July 1919 – Mike Hally

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Mike Hally, PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh, discusses his research into veterans’ response to Peace Day that was held on 19 July 1919.


ONLINE: Talbot House, beyond the Great War

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The presentation will be live and online. When the First World War drew to a close, Tubby Clayton returned home to run an ordination school. Before his departure, he envisioned a Talbot House back home for veterans to cater to their mental, physical and spiritual needs. In a few years, he founded the worldwide TocH charity, organised pilgrimages t…