Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy


’18 days in a trench is hardly a nerve tonic’: WWI British airman’s dry humour revealed in letters sent to his wealthy mill-owning family

He was seriously wounded in the trenches and was later shot down by the Germans at 18,000ft – but throughout his experiences of the Great War, Arthur Greg kept his sense of humour.

Now, the horrors faced by Arthur, who came from a wealthy mill-owning family in Cheshire, have been unearthed in an archive of letters and photographs. for more click here

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