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    How NOT to use blogs

    By keithmroberts

    This area is not for queries but for ongoing blogs. if you want to ask for help, please go to the appropriate sub-forum in the main part of the GWF. You have been asked to make your first post in a specified location. Once you have done that, your query can be raised in the various sections of the forum. If you previously posted a request for help or information in this area, it is likely to be deleted at some point in the next few weeks or months. So if you have a reply, please make a note o
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CASUALTY LISTS

During my visits to the NA I look at a variation of Unit War Diaries when researching casualties. Every now and then I come across Casualty Lists for certain dates or actions. Do you think it would be beneficial to publish these for use by other Pals and, if so, is this the right place to put them? I would like to hear you views. PJ

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Heat generated - medical awareness

Brian sent me interesting article on VANGUARD from THE GREAT WAR mag. Written by Mike Northeast? He gives no sources that I can see for his research - which has interesting perspective of prior knowledge of dangers associated with intense heat in a large warship of that period as identified by both Larbury and Cox. QUESTION: Why havent I found this evidence when trawling through the various VANGUARD files at PRO? Will I find it in Medical Director General of the Navy records? Is it outside P

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WO364 Missorts

I have been working with Doogal on the creation of database which lists all of the Service Records that can be found in the WO364 Missort Files. This, hopefully, should greatly assist any Pal who is performing a search of the WO364 series. At the moment I have almost completed the file WO364/5803 and Doogal is working on 5804. Once all this work is done we will be asking Chris Baker to format the database for use on the Forum. I will keep this information regularly updated. PJ

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21st London Regiment

I have photographed all the Medal Rolls for the 21st London Regiment with a view to creating a database of all those who served in the Regiment during WW1. I am now adding the Silver Wound Badge Roll to these but this is taking a little time as they are spread throughout the SWB Lists. I will post updates as I go along. PJ

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