East Preston and Kingston in the Great War.

4 Acknowledgements and thanks are due toTed Robbens for proposing the publication of a commemorative Great War book for the village. East Preston Parish Council for covering printing costs and arranging printing and distribution. All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to H4H. Cover Illustrations: British War Medal: To those who served in 1914-18 Preston Place POW camp in 1918-19 Preston Hall in the Street] Cover from the village Peace Celebration programme 1919. Painting of The Homestead in Sea Road c1910 from the north. The Workhouse at what is today Fairlands opposite Sea Road north shops Preston Place POW camp "British Camp Staff May 19"[1919] Six British soldiers -The officer seated between two sergeants with a corporal standing behind them between two privates. Officer possibly Lieut. GA Coleman lodging at Sunnyside, Sea Road. Beehive Cottages Sea Road fecit DJS
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