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FEATURES WHO KILLED KITCHENER? It might be thought that international, media-hyped, conspiracy theories began with the assassination of President Kennedy in 1962. But fifty years before that fatal shot from the second gunman on the grassy knoll, the world was stunned by shocking news which led to more suspicion and suspected intrigue than almost any incident since. So, asks John Grehan, 'Who Killed Kitchener'? - a man who drowned in the icy waters off Orkney, not far from this memorial. NOT JUST A NAME ON A WALL Attempting to trace the story of an individual soldier who went missing in action during the First World War can be an unpredictable and tricky business. To show how it can be done, Tim Lynch and Jon Cooksey try to get to the story behind the name of one soldier who went missing during the First World War -Private George Galloway. TO SUFFER AGAIN To the crew of the British Hospital Ship Anglia, the two-hour journey across the Dover Straits was simply a matter of routine - a routine which, on 17 November 1915, was shattered. Alexander Nicoll examines her loss. THROUGH THE WIRE One of the most daring - and perhaps even suicidal - escapes ever made from a Prisoner of War camp in Second World War took place from Oflag VIB in the spring of 1942, when three British army officers cut their way through the wire, under the noses of sentries armed with rifles and sub-machine guns - in broad daylight. Here, Charles Rollings takes a look at this event. REGULARS IMAGE OF WAR August 1945: Manchester-built Lancaster ED749 attends a 'Lancaster at Home Party'. PIECE OF HISTORY This month's somewhat different Piece of History remembers Sgt. Ernest John Holland DFM - the observer from an aircraft lost on operations over France. CAMERA AT WAR A selection of photographs of the English Electric Canberra.
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