History

A Visitor to Wendover in 1875

  |  Published: Apr 23rd 2015
Back in the Autumn of 1875 a young unknown Scottish writer visited Wendover, staying the night at the Red Lion in the High Street.

German war relic is rescued from the waste skips

  |  Published: Apr 18th 2015
A German range finder, possibly used to target Allied tanks during the Second World War, has been rescued from the rubbish skips and handed over to a unique museum.

Army Lend a Hand at Lister Lines

  |  Published: Apr 9th 2015
The Assault Pioneers of 2 Mercians arrived at RAF Halton the last week in March to take the lead on a joint project to renovate the WW1 training trenches in a quiet copse behind Initial Force Protection Training hangar (IFPT).

Heritage on the Line: HS2 and Buckinghamshire’s Past

  |  Published: Apr 9th 2015
If HS2 is constructed it will carve its way not only through the ancient Chiltern landscape but a substantial number of historic sites in Buckinghamshire both above and below ground.

Flying the flag for the Commonwealth

  |  Published: Mar 14th 2015
Buckinghamshire joined more than 730 communities around the world in raising the Commonwealth Flag on Monday March 9.

Bletchley Park presents Victor Madeira

  |  Published: Mar 3rd 2015
Victor Madeira will talk about his book, Britannia and the Bear - The Anglo-Russian Intelligence Wars 1917-1929, as part of the prestigious and popular Bletchley Park Presents lecture series.
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