fellop Posted 29 April , 2016 Share Posted 29 April , 2016 I am browsing Statistics 1914-1920 Military Effort of the British Empire and looking at casualties for Somme Offensive 1 July – 30 November 1916. Looking at the Wounded for this period there is the symbol [f] which refers the reader to notes on page 240. Notes on page 240 under symbol [f] state: Throughout these casualty statistics except where otherwise stated, “wounded” means “number of wound casualties” not “number of individuals wounded” Now I am sure it is just me, brain has stopped or refuses to compute. Any kind soul explain that to me in simple words please. Regards Peter Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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