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1 Recruitment to the Bantam Battalions 14
2 Finding WW1 War Diaries 16
3 The Unknown Warrior 118
4 Roll of Honour of Bottle Workers killed in WW1 101
5 Internment of Capt Shilling and crew of SS Seaham Harbour 1914 177
6 Dispersal of ambulances returned from WW1 in 1920 134
7 Comrades of the Great War Club opens 1920 150
8 Properties in Seaham used by the War Department in WW1 147
9 Military Medal awarded to Corporal Jones (1917) 176
10 Medal Militaire awarded to Lance Corporal CW Roots (1916) 189
11 Obituary of Richard T Mackey Chief Eng of steamer Seaham Harbour (April 1927) 182
12 Cristmas truce in the trenches (January 1915) 278
13 War relief fund at Seaham Harbour (August 1914) 287
14 Recruiting Seaham miners (1915) 344
15 Marchioness of Londonderry sends clothes to the Front (December 1914) 258
16 Obituary of Captain Henry Shilling DSC RNR (February 1925) 252
17 Death of Harry Webb, Seahams Recruiting Officer (April 1932) 218
18 Seaham recruits to Kitcheners army (December 1914) 278
19 German butchers shop attacked in Seaham (December 1914) 399
20 Over-zealous Recruiting Officer at Seaham (February 1917) 264
 
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