From another forum this evening:
Campaign to bring Port Glasgow war hero's medals home falls short
Chief Petty Officer PITCHER, ERNEST JAMES
Service Number P/227029
V C, D S M
I've been reading about the Queen Mary Army Auxiliary Corps (QMAAC) in connection with these beautiful WW1 medals which were awarded to Worker...
No name, but picked up this photo of a WW1 RRW officer. A total long shot but can he be ID?
And yes tried to see if the photo studio...
Based on 2 requests, am looking for following images:
Israel- Beersheba War Cemetery
BEETHAM, BENJAMIN Sapper 1824 Aust Eng BEERSHBA WAR CEM Q84...
Originally a memorial to commemorate those who fell during Boer War, names of the Fallen from WW1 and WW2 have been added at the base:
BBC website today:
Gun bought for £1k 'now worth nothing'
I'm currently trying to research my Great-great uncle and I'm pretty much at a loss with where to go with it. Casualty I know that...
Kensal Green crematorium
James was 26 years old and a second lieutenant in the 4th Battalion, The Worcestershire Regiment, British Army during...
Remembered Kensal Green Cemetery,London
Lieutenant Colonel WILSON, GORDON CHESNEY
Royal Horse Guards
M V O, Mentioned...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Just recently acquired these photos showing my grandfather (cook) in the Worcestershire regt WW1.
Photo no1 shows him standing...
Captain NEVILL, WILFRED PERCY
East Yorkshire Regiment
attd. 8th Bn.
East Surrey Regiment
Captain Nevill bought four...
Learnt today the publishers have plenty to sell at £12. The summary starts with:This latest CBA Practical Handbook forms part of the CBA-led...
I am struggling to read this part of a WW1 RA Gunners service record where, after multiple bouts of dysentry, he was invalided to the...
Nice little story on the BBC website. Soldier possibly the first to be demobbed from service in WW1:
PC's family 'gobsmacked' by WW1 past
Remembered on Kew Botanical Gardens War Memorial.
Private HAYHURST, J
Service Number G/31695
Queen's Own (Royal West...
Heads you win!!
The coins that saved a soldier's life
Perhaps another topic on another forum but the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 is fast approaching.
Private George Price: Paying homage to a...
Some very poignant stories today on an Antiques Roadshow WW1 special. Even the presenters were becoming quite emotional. Made me take a look at...
This section of the Long, Long Trail originally developed from a discussion some years ago at the Great War Forum. This concerned the question of...
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