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HMS Bellerophon, November 1918. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Geoff Cunnington / mediadrumworld.com
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HMS Barham visitor's day with sailors dancing. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Geoff Cunnington / mediadrumworld.com
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HMS Erin, 1917. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Geoff Cunnington / mediadrumworld.com
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A Private and a Lance-Corporal from the East Kent Mounted Rifles. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. James Gardiner and Neil Bartlett Collection / Wellcome Library / mediadrumworld.com
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Montague Glover. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. James Gardiner and Neil Bartlett Collection / mediadrumworld.com
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Ralph Hall, WW2. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. James Gardiner and Neil Bartlett Collection / mediadrumworld.com
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Soldiers photographed by Montague Glover. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. James Gardiner and Neil Bartlett Collection / mediadrumworld.com
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R. C. Sherriff. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Stephen Bourne / mediadrumworld.com
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Roger Casement. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Stephen Bourne / mediadrumworld.com
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Fred Barnes. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Stephen Bourne / mediadrumworld.com
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Ivor Novello. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Stephen Bourne / mediadrumworld.com
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World War Two Postcard. THE INCREDIBLE and previously untold stories of the gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our country during the two world wars has been revealed in a new book ??" on the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The love letters of First World War sweethearts, working-class Ralph Hall and middle-class soldier Montague Glover have been published in the book. Ralph went on to serve in the RAF during the Second World War, the couple lived together until the eighties, risking imprisonment for their relationship up until 1967. Other fascinating tales told in the book include that of Journey???s End playwright, R.C. Sherriff who was a captain in WW1, and Ivor Novello who wrote Keep the Home Fires Burning. Stunning black and white images show a snapshot of life on the board the ships in the Navy where men would put on theatrical performances. The stories have been unveiled in Fighting Proud: The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars by historian and writer, Stephen Bourne. It is published by I.B. Tauris. Stephen Bourne / mediadrumworld.com
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