Wounded in War they Would Work in Peace

Wounded in War they Would Work in Peace

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The history of DOGH Macdonnell Gardens. Created as a community of homes on the outskirts of Watford, England, for disabled married officers and their families after WW1. and from which assistance could be given to get them back into employment. Priority was given to career officers suffering from mental trauma. The project was patronised by royalty and supported by major industrialists initially and administered for many years by the Officers' Association until Haig Housing Trust became the sole Trustee in 2011. This is the black and white paperback edition; a full colour hard cover edition and an ebook are also available.... replacement of all the original external doors and windows in the bungalows with modern uPVC frames and double glazing. ... In his opinion, the installation of modern uPVC doors and windows at Macdonnell Gardens a€œwould be a travestya€.

Title:Wounded in War they Would Work in Peace
Author:Sqn Ldr Brian Relf
Publisher:Lulu.com - 2014-02-22


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