Maidstone and the First World War: friendly alien recruitment and the military service convention
Watts, M. 2013. Maidstone and the First World War: friendly alien recruitment and the military service convention. Archaeologia Cantiana. 133, pp. 335-340.
Maidstone was used as a training depot for thousands of volunteers and conscripts in the First World War, and was selected as a base for those recruits of Friendly Alien status. Their treatment by the Army and the reception they received from the local population are examined in this article.
|Journal citation||133, pp. 335-340|
|Publisher||Kent Archaeological Society|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||08 Aug 2018|
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