Malvern College register 1865-1914 by Malvern College, Malvern, England.

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Includes index pp627-671.

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Statementedited for the Malvernian Society.
ContributionsOld Malvernian Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationli, 671p. :
Number of Pages671
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Open LibraryOL18633333M

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As these are old The Malvern College Register edited for the Old Malvernian :// The book describes the people who attended Malvern College and were killed in World War One.

Information includes their photo, house, regiment, date and cause of death, Malvern College register 1865-1914 book where possible a more detailed was not a month from August to November that an Old Malvernian did not become a casualty, with 6 killed on the first day of the Battle of Loos on the 25th  › History › Military History › World War I.

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Table of contents. Foundations/ Making a school, –91/ Christian gentlemen and the playing fields of Malvern, –/ 'With a wider vision and a self-trained mind', –37/ 'We have not faltered nor failed', –53/ The new Elizabethans, –82/ Malvern College register 1865-1914 book a school, –/ Good teaching and sound learning/ Look forward in faith/ Prefects, fags and rebels/ From Canning   A History of Malvern College to by Blumenau, R 90 Published:Macmillan and Co Ltd London This record comprises all information held by IWM’s War Memorials Register for this memorial.

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