Search results for Victoria Station.

The Story of the Unknown Warrior by Michael Gavaghan

/world-war-i-book-reviews/the-story-of-the-unknown-warrior-by-michael-gavaghan/

M & L Publications, c/o Livesey-Scott Solicitors, Derby House, Fulwood, Preston, Lancs. PR2 8JF, 1995. Hardback, 88p [This First World War book review first appeared in Stand To! No. 46 April 1996. This magazine, the journal of The Western Front Association is published three times a year. The entire archive of over 118 issues is available to …


Not Forgotten by Neil Oliver

/world-war-i-book-reviews/not-forgotten-by-neil-oliver/

Accompanied the major Channel Four series on World War I Neil Oliver with a forward by Ian Hislop Hodder & Stoughton (2005) Second Hand Hardback edition purchased recently > 99p  Though a companion to a Channel 4 TV documentary series on remembrance originally presented by Ian Hislop, the accompanying book was written by the then less we…


Horey parents’ pilgrimage to the Somme

/world-war-i-articles/horey-parents-pilgrimage-to-the-somme/

Some of the most moving photographs in the 40-year archive of The Western Front Association are those featuring the bereaved – the people forced to pick up the pieces and continue with their lives having lost a loved one in the war. Their pain all too often appears visceral. That is very much the case with these pictures of London tram conductor G…