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Railways in the UK: Their Contribution to the War Effort 1914-1918 by Richard Preston


Without doubt, whilst WW1 could theoretically have been fought without railways it would have been a very different war had that been the case. The movement of men, horses, equipment, weaponry and everything else that was needed was moved at some point in its travels by rail across the world. In addition the same applied to that which came away fro…

Roads, Rails, Uniforms and Suits with Roy Larkin


We welcome Roy who will be telling the story of the reorganising of the Western Front supply line, revealing inter service rivalry and friction with the powers in London