For centuries the south coast of kent in particular the ports of dover and folkestone have been englands front line as her enemies have planned invasions and launched attacks from just across the channel during the great war of 1914 1918 these two towns were again vulnerable to enemy action and they played a vital role in war effort. Dover and folkestone during the great war and over 2 million other books are available for amazon kindle learn more history europe great britain share facebook twitter pinterest embed buy new 1099 a lower priced version of this book is available . Not many places in britain compare with that part of the kent coast that includes dover and folkestone when it comes to direct involvement in war in 1914 1918 the two ports and their hinterland teemed with troops military and naval facilities. Henry james harris was born on the 25th august 1879 and lived at 6th north street and clouts alley in folkestone harry as he was known was said to have been one of the brave band of fishermen who risked enemy attacks and mines during the great war. Dover folkestone during the great war reply 2 on march 04 2010 170158 hi doverdan i have a copy of the one done by the dover express1919 printed on news paper and extremely fragile but full of information
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