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Terry Charman

Regimental Admin Office Warrant Officer (CHIEF CLERK!!!!)

British Army

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Events 2014 - The Anglo-Finnish Society

www.anglofinnishsociety.org.uk [cached]

Dr Terry Charman, Senior Historian at the Imperial War Museum, attracted a capacity audience for a most informative talk on the background events which led to Britain declaring war on Finland.


New map reveals locations of unexploded World War Two bombs

wehrmacht-history.com [cached]

Terry Charman, senior historian at the Imperial War Museum, in London, said: "It was often sheer carelessness in their manufacture that meant they didn't explode.


2014 Peace History Conference - The Movement for the Abolition of War

www.abolishwar.org.uk [cached]

The 150 participants were welcomed by Terry Charman, senior historian at the Imperial War Museum, and following an introduction by Sheila Hancock CBE, Cyril Pearce gave an overview of conscientious objectors and broader war resistance.


Charging head-long into battle! The experimental 'bayonet hat' that would have allowed British First World War soldiers to attack the enemy with their heads | C&T Auctions

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Terry Charman, of the Imperial War Museum, said: 'After the war settled down into trench warfare, uniforms and weapons were tailored for hand-to-hand fighting.


People and Places: The battles, the evolution of warships then to the future

Terry Charman, senior historian at the Imperial War Museum, said: 'The Bismarck's admiral was a fairly fanatical believer in Hitler and the telegrams he sent were along the lines of "we will fight to the end".
Terry Charman, of the Imperial War Museum, said the admiral on Bismarck had sent telegrams to Hitler that the ship would fight to the end. But he added: 'It may be some of the crew wanted to surrender, they were in a hopeless position.'


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