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A TALE OF TWO REGIMENTS
My father was a Grenadier officer at the end of the Second World War. My mother joined him in Germany at the beginning of 1946. They adopted a stray Alsatian that had been abandoned by its previous owner. The dog hid under the table during thunderstorms, convinced that the British were bombing it again. Read more ...
DOES EUROPE STARVE?
Major John Davie, having taken part in the liberation of Paris as Military Liaison Officer to the BBC in August 1944 (The Guards Magazine Winter 2016/2017), was posted to Norway as Director of Public Relations. He wrote the following account for an English newspaper in early 1946.
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THE ENIGMA OF KIDSON
We all need mentors in our lives and readers will be able to recall people - our Colour Sergeant at Sandhurst or a generous Company Commander - who have helped us up life’s greasy pole and whose values, witticisms and mannerisms have somehow been blended into our own characters. For many of us who followed the well-trodden path from Eton to Brigade Squad, one mentor stands out: a remarkable beak (master) named Michael Kidson. Read more ...

WINTER 2017
COLDSTREAMER À LA LEGION THE LIBERATION OF PARIS, 
25TH - 26TH AUGUST 1944
MARENGO'S HOOVES  THE CAPTURE OF GAUCHE WOOD
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY ADDRESS
GUARDS’ CHAPEL, 13TH NOVEMBER 2016
   
Autumn 2016
SOMME 100 - THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMMEMORATIONS WATERLOO UNCOVERED 2016
JORDANIAN SHORT TERM TRAINING TEAM CONSTANTINOPLE 1922-1923
WHERE NOTHING HAPPENS AS ONE EXPECTS
READING POETRY TO THE PENSIONERS   
 
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