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No. 32

The main article in 32 is by the very well-known authority on Haig – John Hussey – titled “Kiggell and the Prisoners. Was he guilty of a War Crime?” (Kiggell was Sir Launcelot, Haig’s Chief of Staff). “Foch and the Conception of Amiens, July 1918” is also by John Hussey. There is also an article on “Great War Record(s)” wherein popular gramophone records are scrutinised and 32 also contains illustrations, “From the Hunt Collection at York”. J J Hunt collected autographed photographs and letters. Here are produced a letter from Piper Laidlaw and another from Jack Judge (who wrote Tipperary), Allenby and Byng.

ISSN Number: 0951 662X

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