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Cumbria's Contribution To the Great War


rickpreston@nasuwt.net
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A day of Exploration of CUMBRIA'S CONTRIBUTIONTO THE GREAT WAR.

SHAP WELLS HOTEL (easy to get to, just 2 miles from M6 junction) 9.30am coffee for 10.00am talks - Sunday 28th September 2014

5 speakers:- 1) Mud Blood and Trenches..... Peter Hart

2) the Border Regiment in 1914.

3) Subs, Airships and Munitions: Barrow in Furness in the Great War.... Bill Myers.

4) Naval & Civil Aviation during World War One..........Ian Gee

5) From Wolfram to Weapons

Cost includes a Full Carvery lunch.

Go to greatwarcumbria.co.uk for full details.

forum members most welcome

Richard

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