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Frontiersmen and the Sea

In 1903 a book was published that made an immediate impact and has never been out of print since then. It has often been called the first thriller. This was Erskine Childers “The Riddle of the Sands”. No biography of … Continue reading

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On parade in front of 139,000 people (Topic April/May 2015)

We know from contemporary accounts in provincial newspapers that during the 1920s on Remembrance Days at the Cenotaph in London the Legion were delegated to lead the civilian section of the parade. Although uniformed and wearing ranks, the Legion is … Continue reading

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