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paulgranger

Just had an e-mail from N&MP, some good books at great prices, including

 

Stemming The Tide, less than £5

Courage Without Glory £10.39

Die In Battle, Do Not Despair £10

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Steven Broomfield

Stop it or I'll send Mrs Broomfield round.

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paulgranger

As long as you don't send Mrs Granger round!

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Black Maria

Noticed today that ' Miles Barn's Diary: a Suffolk countryman at war 1915-17 ' in the current summer sale at just £3 ( hardback ) , read it a while back and

it's very good .

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keithfazzani

I am disappointed I haven’t had an e-mail nor a mailing 😭

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Steven Broomfield
11 hours ago, keithfazzani said:

I am disappointed I haven’t had an e-mail nor a mailing 😭

 

Are you sure Mrs Fazzani isn't intercepting your communications?

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Crunchy
On 19/08/2016 at 20:50, Steven Broomfield said:

Stop it or I'll send Mrs Broomfield round.

 

All three are good books Steven. I am currently working with Peter Stanley (Die in Battle, Do Not Despair) at UNSW (Canberra) He has recently released a book on the Terriors in India.

Regards

Chris

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Maureene
36 minutes ago, Crunchy said:

 

...Peter Stanley (Die in Battle, Do Not Despair) at UNSW (Canberra) He has recently released a book on the Terriors in India.

Regards

Chris

Professor Peter Stanley is talking about his book ‘Terriers’ in India: British Territorials 1914-19 at a WFA meeting  Thames Valley Branch  28 Nov 2019 20:00 at Reading.

http://www.westernfrontassociation.com/branches/united-kingdom/thames-valley/events/november-meeting-change-of-speaker-professor-peter-stanley-terriers-in-india-british-territorials-1914-19/

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Terriers-India-British-Territorials-Military/dp/1912390825

 

Cheers

Maureen

 

 

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Waddell
17 hours ago, Maureene said:

Professor Peter Stanley is talking about his book ‘Terriers’ in India: British Territorials 1914-19 at a WFA meeting  Thames Valley Branch  28 Nov 2019 20:00 at Reading.

http://www.westernfrontassociation.com/branches/united-kingdom/thames-valley/events/november-meeting-change-of-speaker-professor-peter-stanley-terriers-in-india-british-territorials-1914-19/

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Terriers-India-British-Territorials-Military/dp/1912390825

 

Cheers

Maureen

 

 

 

That looks like an interesting read and not a topic I would have thought Peter Stanley would have written about. I shall be buying a copy of that book.

 

Scott

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Steven Broomfield
21 hours ago, Crunchy said:

 

All three are good books Steven. I am currently working with Peter Stanley (Die in Battle, Do Not Despair) at UNSW (Canberra) He has recently released a book on the Terriors in India.

Regards

Chris

 

I've read it. Superb. Had the pleasure of meeting him at Winchester a few weeks ago. Nice chap.

21 hours ago, Crunchy said:

 

All three are good books Steven.

Chris

 

Agreed (even if I did pay full price for all of them)

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Steven Broomfield
20 hours ago, Maureene said:

Professor Peter Stanley is talking about his book ‘Terriers’ in India: British Territorials 1914-19 at a WFA meeting  Thames Valley Branch  28 Nov 2019 20:00 at Reading.

http://www.westernfrontassociation.com/branches/united-kingdom/thames-valley/events/november-meeting-change-of-speaker-professor-peter-stanley-terriers-in-india-british-territorials-1914-19/

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Terriers-India-British-Territorials-Military/dp/1912390825

 

Cheers

Maureen

 

 

 

He made a presentation in Winchester earlier this month (Minden Day, appropriately, at the Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum). The book is excellent and the talk was fascinating. I recommend both if anyone is tempted.

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