103 Foresters: Mutinies and death sentences in the local regiment – 1914-18

An interesting introduction to what is another emotional facet to those awful events that we call The Great War.

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Since the start of 2014, we have carried out preliminary research regarding those soldiers who served in the local regiment (then known as the Sherwood Foresters) and were either sentenced to death or sentenced on mutiny charges by courts martial during World War One.

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