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Manfred is lauded by his peers and the recipient of jewellery design awards.

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Hans and Carol loved the natural beauty, waterways and weather of Tassie!Rarely does the private collection of a trained specialist gemmologist become available to the public.Every item boasts a uniquely artisan crafted and fully curated investment for the astute buyer.He has also worked on more than a dozen television programmes on the First World War, including Prisoners of the Kaiser, Veterans, Britain's Last Tommies, the award-winning Roses of No Man's Land, Britain's Boy Soldiers, A Poem for Harry, and most recently, War Horse: The Real Story. Please note that Richard’s talk is not the one listed in the Surrey Branch 2018 flyer.Richard will now be giving that talk at the Surrey Branch seminar in November. Members of The Western Front Association and non-members are equally welcome. This includes tea, coffee and biscuits at the break (before the Q&A session with the speaker).From the story of how British prisoners of war were sent to work in the Russian snow, to the raising of the ‘Kaiser’s Own’, two British battalions of English born children of German extraction, Richard touches on stories that have never been told before.

Richard has interviewed over 270 veterans of the Great War and has written twelve books on the subject including The Trench and The Last Fighting Tommy.

Du hast vom Alleinsein genug und Lust auf Dating in Emden ?

Ich suche nach neuen Freunden - Männer & Frauen in Emden .

Under instructions from the EMDEN Family, an exclusive “boutique collection” of high-quality gemstones and gold jewellery will be sold by way of public auction.

THE EMDEN COLLECTION is Hans Emden’s exclusive private collection representing 35 years of passionate interest in coloured gemstones: their sources, identification and use in fine jewellery, as well as the use of gold for both adornment and investment.

Meeting the Enemy by Richard van Emden Richard tells the story of what happened when Britain and Germany - nations with long-established ties of culture and friendship - clashed on both the Western and the Home Fronts during the Great War.