An Englishman’s Home – an apology!

Further to my last post, I have now found that readers will not be able to see the clip of ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’ unless you view the post in your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc.)

If you do not see the triangle I mentioned, the following link should open my original post in your browser.

My apologies for not realising this before.

Russell (Grandson of Stan Ridout, ‘C’ Company)

https://25thlondon.wordpress.com/2013/08/11/an-englishmans-home-a-play-by-major-guy-du-maurier/
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2 Responses to An Englishman’s Home – an apology!

  1. Fascinated by your story of the origins of Territorial recruitment at Guy du Maurier’s play. His biography is briefly told in my book The Final Whistle: the Great War in Fifteen Players (he was also a rugby player) and I include this, but was unaware of Trapman’s role. If a revised edition ever merges, I would love to include it – with your consent.

    • Russell says:

      Hi Stephen

      Sorry for the delay in my reply. The information in my post comes from The Londons’ official history, so I can’t see any problem in it being referred to in your next book.
      Incidentally – I tried your website mentioned in your signature, but it does not seem to be working at present.

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