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A FEW YEARS SINCE IVE BEEN there but the has anyoe seen the APMs record book

for 1914

I had a special privelege to look at this on my reader card although I wasnt allowed at the time to transcribe the info.goin back a few years now...

Among the crimes reported were 'n English lady found wandering around the rear lines-arrested'

30 Scots Regt drunk and diusorderly 1914 It made brilliant reading.

Potential for a book I felt. Has anyone done the business on it?

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30 Scots Regt drunk and diusorderly

Nonsense :P

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Just refreching this topic to see if anyone has seen this book I mean thirty of them thats the entire compamy!!!!! :lol:

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1 drunk and disorderly Scot may just have happened (maybe once) but for a whole company to have been well under the influence is stretching it. :lol:

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  • 1 month later...

Toofat

Do you mean that you saw it at the National Archives (Public Record Office) at Kew?

I have looked at WO90/6 Judge Advocate General's Office: general courts martial registers, abroad 1900-1917. There is plenty of drunkenness, some underage sex and one case of carnal knowledge with a dog but I don’t recall the cases you mention.

I am very interested in the reference to the English lady found behind the lines.

Regards

Simon

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Could also be these, which I have not yet seen.

WO 84/9 Judge Advocate General's Office: courts martial charge books

1914 June 4 - 1915 May 18

WO 84/10 Judge Advocate General's Office: courts martial charge books

1915 May 19 - 1916 Jan. 21

There are a large number covering the whole war.

Regards

Simon

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