Walking The Battlefields
Acknowledgements and Links
Martin Middlebrook for sparking my interest
Mike Lavarone for publishing my material on the WWW
Tom Morgan for advice and comradeship in the field !
WW1 Document Archive
The Western Front Association
An Unfortunate Region
My fathers autograph book - During WW2 my father was a schoolboy living near Portsmouth, UK. These are extracts from his autograph book. Soldiers from Alton Camp. Australians, Canadians, British, etc.
Roll-Of-Honour. Searchable data base covering Cambs, Hunts and Beds. A superb resource provided by Martin Edwards.
Friends of Lochnagar - The organisation founded by Richard Dunning in 1989, following Richard's purchase of the Lochnager mine crater on the Somme.
First World War - An excellent site with many well catalogued documents, images and first hand recollections.
University of Cambridge Library - A major source of written material. The library has a superb collection of trench maps.
The Canadian National Archive - A searchable database of Canadian service records.
The Man of Kent - Kyle Tallett's excellent WW1 site.
Over the Front - The men that flew above the trenches.
The Boys from the Old Swan - Ceris Schrader's grandfather fought with the South Wales Borderers in 1917/18. This site is a well presented tribute to this man along with three others.
My trip to Verdun - July 12th 1998 - Football adventures during the world cup !
Dungarvan Museum Society - A well presented Irish site and a good starting point for anyone interested in Irish history.
Swavesey Chronicles - Photo Supplement - A Selection of Photographs showing sites on The Somme where the Cambs Suffolks fought.
Ypres View - Free of any charge whatsoever, Tom Vandenberghe will go out and take pictures of cemeteries, monuments, or specific wargraves.