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112th Infantry Regiment at Llanybydder

Hi all!

Just to let you know I’m keeping busy on these lovely warm evenings reading up on the arrival and stay of the 28th Infantry Division (ID) from October 1943 to April 1944. 405 more words



Hi all and welcome to the site!

I thought I’d start off by introducing myself and explaining a little more about what I am trying to achieve here. 330 more words


Masculinity denounced how was the masculinity of men in ‘Reserved Occupations’ perceived during the Second World War?


The aim of the group research project was to denounce the popular assumptions that the men which remained at home during the Second World War were considered as effeminate. 4,922 more words

The Village Hut in Wartime

The old First World War corrugated iron hut acquired by the village in 1921 to serve as a village hall was again pressed into use by the services in the Second World War. 462 more words

Salisbury Plain

April 20, 1917

Under the headline Vicar’s Son Dangerously Wounded, came news that Lieutenant Francis St. Vincent Morris of the Royal Flying Corps had been seriously injured when his plane crashed in a blizzard. 1,060 more words

DVD's & Blu-ray's For Sale

“Without a Country” DVDs and Blu-rays are now available for purchase.  The movie played March 18th in Centerville, Iowa.  No further showings are scheduled at this time.   200 more words
Civil War

"Go ahead and shoot the devil"

The first of my photos about my father’s story. This is an experiment and may not be the finished photo, but it’s a start at trying to show what happened. 363 more words