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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
Connie Mrs Kruger; The Story of Nurse

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

Imperial Yeomanry - Table of clasps
International History Conference 2014

Kakul POW Camp

Lord Roberts' Bodyguard
Loxtons Horse

Medals returned "as protest not wanted"
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
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 Caroline brothers from Derbyshire
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

X-ray expert

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