TACA HOMELIVES & TIMESON THE MOVEPOSTINGSACCOMMODATIONHEALTHCARE & HOSPITALSSCHOOLINGMEMORIES & MISCELLANEAFAMOUS ARMY CHILDRENHISTORY MATTERS1914–18FORGOTTEN FACESARMY CHILDREN'S GRAVESCURRENT & RECENT RESEARCHLINKS & LITERATURECONTRIBUTING & CONDITIONSCONTACT TACATACA LATEST If you have an army child or two in your family tree, it may be possible to learn more about them by consulting certain family-history resources, while reading about the military conflicts in which the British Army has been involved over the centuries, and their historical context, may help to inform you about the times, and circumstances, in which they lived.
Captioned 'All through walking with a soldier', the comic postcard shown below, which is around a century old, reflects the prevailing Victorian and Edwardian belief that most army children were members of large families..
He was then cast to play Miss Fritton in the sequel, St Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold, due for release on December 18.
The British Raj: though their position seems secure, thoughtful English men and women know that "their" time in India is coming to an end.
The story begins with an unjust arrest for rape, ...
He is being mourned by a young mother and her baby, who has not yet been weaned.‘Perhaps on some inhospitable shore The houseless wretch a widow’d parent bore; Who, then, no more by golden prospects led, Of the poor Indian begg’d a leafy bed.
Cold on Canadian hills, or Minden’s plain, Perhaps that parent mourn’d her soldier slain; Bent o’er her babe, her eye dissolv’d in dew, The big drops mingling with the milk he drew, Gave the sad presage of his future years, The child of misery, baptiz’d in tears!