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Serv. Recs - the offence of "Hest(?) to obey and order"


davidbohl
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The Capt. gives a chap 3 days confined to barracks for this offence, has he refused the order twice or something ? Meaning of hest in this context?

thanks, Dave

 

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4 hours ago, squirrel said:

Hesitating

Sounds good to me squirrel, thanks

Pretty harsh justice playing Just a Minute

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10 minutes ago, Terry_Reeves said:

 Hest is an old word for (failure) to carry out or obey.

TR

I thought it was short for behest

He was at Belton Park in May 1915

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