KINMEL REVISITED by Robert James Bridge

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  • Publication Date 😕July 27, 2006
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  • Print Length 😕46 pages
  • Publisher 😕Robert James Bridge (July 27, 2006)
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  • Language: 😕English


Kinmel Revisited takes its readers back to an era perhaps long forgotten?, an era when wars were fought in hand to hand combat.The story of the Kinmel Camp riot of 1919 is widely known along with the five graves with the Canadian
Maple Leaf Emblem on them,situated in St Margerets Churchyard Bodelwyddan North Wales. I have woven a stroy of history and mystery, mystery perhaps of how those five died in the riot,and history that seems lost?.
using fictional characters so as not to offend any living relatives I have given readers an example of what life was like in the camp,the riot that followed and the court martials,