The soldier"s night guide for northern France, Belgium and the British Isles by "Pathfinder" pseud

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Published by Gale & Polden, Ltd. in London .

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At head of title: Don"t lose your way at night.

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Statementby "Pathfinder"
The Physical Object
Pagination13 p. ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25903352M
LC Control Number18015099

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). D-Day and then the stunning Allied sweep through northern France and Belgium achieved a major objective, the vital Belgian port of Antwerp. British armored spearheads captured Antwerp with minimal resistance from the reeeling Germans (September 4).

The British armored thrust to the Scheldt/Schelde The soldiers night guide for northern France cut off the 15th Army. The heroism of the boatmen and the relief at saving so many British soldiers were the cause of national celebration.

In France, however, the ratio of British to French evacuees caused bitter resentment, since Churchill had promised that the two sides would go bras dessus, bras dessous (“arm in arm”).

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(Record Group ) (bulk ) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History Records of headquarters organizations Records of Headquarters MIS-X (Military Intelligence Service, Escape and Evasion Section) Detachment Other records Administrative History Established: Headquarters European.

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Associate Professor Sophie de Schaepdrijver examines the civilian massacres in Belgium and northern France that were perpetrated by the German armies in Introduction Although most of the dead in World War One were soldiers, the war claimed millions of civilian victims: through malnutrition and famine, forced resettlement, herding into.

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Their columns sliced through to the English Channel, cutting off British and French troops in northern France and Belgium. The French Army, plagued by low morale, divided command, and primitive communications, fell apart. The British evacuated their forces from.

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(c,) The Swedish Empire on both shores of the Baltic and in Northern Germany. (d,) The Danish Monarchy, Denmark, Norway, and Schonen. (e,) The British isles, with the battle-fields of the civil wars. (f,) France, with the battle-fields of the civil wars [red].

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Why use this guide? This guide will help you to search for British Army records of soldiers who served between the 18th and early 20th centuries and covers the service of soldiers who were discharged right up until just before the start of the First World War.

Although Britain has had a regular standing army since aroundthere are few personnel records before the early 18th century.

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