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Shooting Round Corners Great War Style – Defence of Communication Trenches

Hunting through archives and historical records, I often get distracted by things which I had no intention of looking for. One such document I recently stumbled across had the very underwhelming title of “Defence of Communication Trenches”, written by Major H F Whinney and dated to July 1915. Lt Col Harold Fife Whinney D.S.O. O.B.E.Continue reading “Shooting Round Corners Great War Style – Defence of Communication Trenches”

Behind Enemy Lines in 1914 – The Fate of A Squadron, 11th Hussars.

On the morning of the 26 August 1914, the retreat from Mons was in full swing, with widespread confusion sweeping through British troops. The men of the 11th Hussars (Prince Albert’s Own), had now found themselves as rear guard for the retiring British Expeditionary Force (BEF) at the Battle of Le Cateau. The events thatContinue reading “Behind Enemy Lines in 1914 – The Fate of A Squadron, 11th Hussars.”

Photos of the Great War – Frederick Charles Yetman – Hampshire Regiment

From time to time I come across an old postcard of a Great War soldier with a name written on it. It’s not always possible to identify them, but occasionally I get lucky. This particular photo was initially of interest to me as part of my research on helmet flashes. I was fairly certain thatContinue reading “Photos of the Great War – Frederick Charles Yetman – Hampshire Regiment”

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