2008

January 2008

No notes/meeting

February 2008

Report of the meeting of 16 February 2008

Africa: First World War and Beyond

Peter Burrows showed various WW1 items including printed postal stationery from Napier POW camp, South African …

March 2008

Report of the meeting of 8 March 2008

German Feldpost 1937-45 by Martin Lynes

In what was a record turnout for many years, [see photos of event below] with some 27 members and guests present,…

April 2008

Report of the meeting of 12 April 2008

56th Annual General Meeting

For this years AGM and 'live' auction which followed we had some 25 members present. The meeting started with thePresident (…

May 2008

Report of the meeting of 16-18 May 2008

Lancaster Weekend Away

Those who went to Lancaster had a most enjoyable weekend away - the weather was fine, the company convivial and the displays …

June 2008

Report of the meeting of 14 June 2008

16-sheet competition for the John Daynes Plate

There were only six entries this year - down on the previous two years. Come on members, this is a …

July 2008

Report of the meeting of 12th July 2008

15 sheets and 9 minutes on my favourite areas of interest

Peter Burrows started the afternoons displays with some recent acquisitions on his favourite …

August 2008

No notes/meeting

September 2008

Report of the meeting of 13 September 2008

'All-Day' Meeting

It was going to be a busy day for me - I just knew that ! I arrived at the UJC well before the official start of 10.30am to …

October 2008

Report of the meeting of 18th October 2008

Conflicts 1990 to the Present

Peter High started the afternoon by remarking that only the US had what may be termed “full time” hospital ships, …

November 2008

Report of the meeting of 15th November 2008

London at War

Peter High set a challenging task with the subject matter for this meeting, but true to form the members rose to the occasion …

December 2008

Report of the meeting of 13th December 2008

A Forces Christmas

What better subject for our December meeting than a theme built around Christmas and as usual the London meeting rose to …



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