Site Index

Introduction

Pause for thought - PTSD then and now

Mellors & Kirk - Caveat Emptor

Book Reviews:
A Russian Fighting for the Boer Cause
Blue Bonnets
Clearly My Duty
Hill of Squandered Valour - The Battle of Spion Kop
Kruger, Kommandos Kak
The Road to Infamy
With the Gordon Highlanders

General:
1st Life Guards and the Relief of Ladysmith
10th Hussars dating a picture
11th Hussars A Rare QSA?

A Bogus Claim for the Elandslaagte Clasp?
A failed escape attempt? Sgt Delaney
A Great Research Resource: The Tablet
A lad from Wrecsam and Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee

Bakenlaagte - after the battle
Boer POW handicraft: medal box
Bridging the Thukela, February 1900
British Empire Casualties of the Anglo Boer War 1899-1902
British Cavalry: clasp rarity
British cavalry and the relief of Kimberley
British cavalry and the relief of Ladysmith
British cavalry and the relief of Mafeking
Buying books for research

Casualties on-line

Defence & Relief Clasp Combinations

Distinguished Conduct Medal Citations

Elandslaagte Naval Cemetery

Finding "new"casualties

George Ives, the last veteran

How Research has advanced - as revealed by one medal

International History Conference 2014

Kakul POW Camp

Lord Roberts' Bodyguard
Loxtons Horse

More Secrets From The Casualty Rolls

Naval Service of Canada - A founder sailor
Nesbitt's Horse casualties and the Siege of Philippolis, October 1900 - who was who?

PIN71 - Pension Files
POWs Overseas Colonial Contingents

Q battery RHA at Sannas Post 31st March
QSA and other medals
Queen's South Africa medal multi-clasp medals

Research Puzzles: Did he serve in the war? Research Puzzles: EC Wright - mistaken identity
Research Puzzles: FC Froggatt
Research Puzzles: FL Hide
Research Puzzles: NL Hawkyard
Research Puzzles: Ohlsen, Ohlson, Ohlsonn, Ohlssen or Ohlsson
Research Puzzles: "Odd" Casualties From War Memorials
Research Puzzles: TF Adlard South African Light Horse - was he a casualty?
Researching British Army Casualties New Resource: Soldier's Effects

Splitting groups good business or greed?

That Armoured Train Incident: 15 November, 1899: An analysis of casualties
The Curious Case of Henry Brummage
The grave under a railway station
The Imperial Light Infantry At Spion Kop
The Last Post A Major Revision

The QSA and other medals
The QSA named to a cruise ship: HMS Ophir
The Royal Patriotic Fund - a rare document
The Sea Transport Medal 1899-1902
The Somme and the Anglo-Boer War
The Stebbing Brothers - a military family
 

The Unfortunate Death of Private 4991 John Hood 2nd Dragoons
The Youngest Assailant of the War
Thomas Bracken- a soldier in the midst of history
Tribute Medals: Borough of Barnsley
Tribute medals: Norton
Tribute medals: Holborn Engine Works
Trouble on St Helena: 1st-bn-West India Regiment

"was lost and is found" The military story of GTW Webb
Ward William - Army Form B2077 Discharge parchment
While asleep in the trenches
Who was Magersfontein's "Young-Unknown Scottish Bugler?" Part II

 
Who was there? 66th battery Royal Field Artillery at Colenso 15th December, 1899  
Who was there? The siege of Wepener April 1900

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