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Britains Wars - Dates

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Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins

Teresa With Irish Blood in Me Veins Report 15 Sep 2008 12:31

Some useful info on this thread!

Thanks ....Teresa

Steven de Grussa from Oz.

Steven de Grussa from Oz. Report 15 Sep 2008 03:38



Alistair Report 14 May 2008 09:33

What about the Vikings?!


Peterkinz Report 20 Sep 2007 03:38

Hi Keith

You missed first Maori War 1845-47
Second Maori War 1860 - 1872

Peter in NZ


mgnv Report 20 Sep 2007 02:38

Within the "Jacobite Rebellions (1689 - 1746)", it is probably worth highlighting the "Battle of the Boyne (12/7/1690 = 1/7/1690 OS)".

The dates are wrong for "British-American War (1812)" or "The War of 1812 (1812-1814)". Actually, although the peace was signed 24/12/1814, because of the communications delay the Battle of New Orleans was fought in Jan 1815 and, after a crushing defeat, the British sailed away to attack Mobile, Alabama, where they'd taken the outer defences and were about to start the main assault when the news of peace arrived in Feb 1815.

The Indian Mutiny/1857 War of Indian Independence (1857-1858) is omitted. A significant conflict - more VCs were awarded here than in the Crimea.

The Russian Cival War (Oct 1918-Oct 1919). The C-in-C of the British forces intervening in this conflict would become CIGS and C-in-C Home Forces in 1939-1940, and later chose to be titled Baron Ironside of Archangel.

Liz from Lancs

Liz from Lancs Report 12 Dec 2006 15:41

Many thanks. Very useful. Liz

Chris in Sussex

Chris in Sussex Report 19 Nov 2006 17:47

Bump for Strump Am I a Poet and don't know it?....LOL Chris


Jeff Report 17 Nov 2006 13:41

Nudging for the benefit of someone asking

Linda G

Linda G Report 15 Nov 2006 10:15

Thanks Keith Linda


Rita Report 14 Nov 2006 18:36

nudge for me RIta


Cyprus Report 14 Nov 2006 18:26

help-how do I print this?


Petrina Report 14 Nov 2006 16:42

Definitely want to look at this again!


Jennie Report 17 Oct 2006 19:01

nudged for future reference. Thanks Jen


Liz Report 17 Oct 2006 18:59

nudge cheers


KeithInFujairah Report 17 Oct 2006 17:02

nudge to save - thanks Keith

Caz Nr Heathrow

Caz Nr Heathrow Report 17 Oct 2006 16:34

just adding this to my threads thanks for the info Caz


blinky Report 21 Sep 2006 12:18

Replying to find for further reference


Denis Report 21 Sep 2006 09:22

very useful keith thanks alot nudge nudge nudge


Sue Report 26 Aug 2006 14:17

I have just been sat here wondering why so many of my men are not on the 1881 census - thanks to this list I now know they could be fighting in the Boer war. Do we know how to check that out - pretty pretty please? thanks Sue


Yvonne Report 26 Aug 2006 13:37

nudge for reference - thanks Keith