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Complete Failure? British and Dominion Aerial Re-supply in the Great War 1916 – 18

Online Zoom Talk. In the years preceding the outbreak of the Great War, those interested in the development of aviation had proposed the possibility of re-supplying remote locations from the air. Concept became reality in Mesopotamia in 1916; but the effort to relief British troops besieged in the town of Kut-Al-Amara was characterised by the […]



Online Zoom Talk Stephen Bungay’s talk will answer a series of key questions:- What were they all doing there? Why did it go on for so long? Why did it stop at Alamein? Why did Churchill replace Auchinleck? What did Monty do differently? How was the battle won? How was the campaign won? Why did […]


A Front Line View: an SAS squadron’s war

Online Zoom Talk. Lt Gen Sir Cedric Delves KBE DSO and Danny West both members of D Squadron 22 SAS saw action in South Georgia and across the Falklands archipelago. This is their story as recalled by the Squadron’s Officer Commanding and Second-in-Command. You must be a member and logged in to RSVP.