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Rouen

We had arrived in France as part of the British Expeditionary Force, but we were still raw recruits.  We had had no proper training for the job we were to do.  682 more words

Royal Engineers

Cartoons as alternative accounting: front-line supply in the First World War

Miley, F. M., & Read, A. F. (2014). Cartoons as alternative accounting: front-line supply in the First World War. Accounting History Review, 24(2-3), 161-189. doi: … 93 more words

Government Accounting

The Rescue Squad

We sailed through the night passing the Isle of Wight and arrived at Le Havre at daybreak.  There were hundreds of us, all part of the British Expeditionary Force preparing the ground for others to follow.  690 more words

Royal Engineers

October 23, 1914

Telegrams published in the columns of the Ashbourne Telegraph this week include details of a “Great Russian Victory” in which German forces were said to have been “routed near Warsaw”. 560 more words