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Gurkha Brigade May 15
On this day in history. The 8th Gurkha Rifles were raised on 15th May 1902, a nucleus of Gurkhas , with four Gurkha Officers, was taken from 10th Gurkha Rifles to form the new regiment at Thayetmyo in Burma.
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Dr. Nyri A Bakkalian 25m
"Outlaw Platoon," next is "None Left Behind." Trying to flesh out my understanding of the recent history of the for my work-in-progress. What are your recommendations for other good reads on the 10th's recent history? I'd love to hear them!
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Military History Society of NSW 16h
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Shannon Huffman Polson, Speaker, Author, Veteran 7h
Met Keri today who was in the in the 1970s, and back then as an E-5 was the model for the “Cracker Jack” uniform. She even had to model it for the Joint Chiefs. A little .
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Pike Grey 1914-1918 16h
A young, chained up, Ukrainian boy accused of spying for the Russians and sentenced to death in Eastern Galicia, July 1915.
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Vanguard: Normandy 1944 10h
So the beach names were not random after-all
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Amy Milne-Smith May 8
Excited to be starting a new funded project "Before Shell Shock: Madness and Mental Health in the British Army, 1857-1914." Need to finish "Madmen in the Attic" first, but at least I know something about now! Now on to learn :)
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The History Press 7h
For D-Day's 75th anniversary Anthony Tucker-Jones examines the problem solving behind the largest amphibious invasion in history...
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3d_history_ 13h
Sam Steele: policeman, soldier & hero. Steele was at every important event in Canadian history including the Boer War in 1900. Contact Norman at nsleach@telusplanet.net to get his book on Sam Steele.
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WW1 Battlecast 1h
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Patriots Point Apr 19
Walk in the steps of heroes at ! See where they worked and lived on the , and other exhibits!
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John Sheehan May 22
Help! I am leading a war memorials walk tomorrow in the St James Park / Westminster Area. Spoilt for choice so interested to know people’s fave memorials in the Area ....
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The Aviation Art Mar 28
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Military History Society of NSW May 21
Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan – Official Teaser Trailer via
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10ish Podcast // Top 10 Lists May 22
NEW EPISODE! tries to guess the LARGEST MILITARY FORCES IN THE WORLD, ranked by active personnel. We're 'doing our part' for the lucrative business of WAR. LISTEN NOW:
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WW1 Battlecast May 20
Galleries and hallways inside Fort Douaumont. Wiring still hangs along the stone walls. In February of 2016, the Meuse had overflown its banks due to heavy rains. Water was everywhere, including inside the fort.
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Monochrome Warships May 5
Midships on a King George V class battleship, possibly KGV herself. It is a great study in the different weaponry aboard. (Thread)
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Dr John Rickard 20h
HMS Kestrel (1898) - a C class destroyer that served with the Nore Local Defence Flotilla in 1914-1918 and the Irish Sea Hunting Flotilla for most of 1918.
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Atun-Shei Films 9h
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U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Mar 19
It was an emotional start to the 2019 Bataan Memorial Death March as 3 survivors sounded off during roll call, followed by a moment of silence for the 12 fellow survivors who died since the last memorial.
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