Forum closure

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Re: Forum closure

Postby kerchi » Sun Jul 09, 2017 2:27 pm

IanT wrote:I take it that the wiki is only going to cover WW1, so no inter-war, WW2 or post war stuff that is on the current forum site

Yes, my current plan is to focus mainly on WWI, however, I'm not going to discount the inter-war years and WWII etc. In the future. As I have a mighty task of writing about the Lonsdales and the Borders in general during WWI it will be some time if any other projects were to be included. My to-do list is pretty substantial and because I am doing this solo (although anyone can help out if they so wish) time is always an issue, especially as I still haven't had time to go through the forum and transfer any relevant/informative posts and images to the wiki.
In memory of John Bardgett (15309 L/Cpl.), 11th Border Regiment who died 1st July 1916.

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The Border Regiment Forum is a small and friendly community for anyone with an interest in the British regiment throughout its long and colourful history. The forum was set up first and foremost to bring together those with an interest and passion in the Regiment; to ask questions, share stories, provide knowledge and post photos relating to the regiment during the various conflicts and peacetimes it bore witness to.

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