The current edition of Windlesora had a record level of submissions. We are pleased to have been able to cover a wide range of subjects, as well as additions to our series’ on Windsor Cemetery and Lord Roberts’ Veterans.
With the First World War centenary behind us, Windlesora will be featuring articles on the Second World War and the Windsor men who fought in it.
We’ve listed the contents below.
The cover is The Nubian Giraffe by Jaques-Laurent Agasse (1767 – 1849) and is reproduced with the kind permission of the Royal Collections Trust/copyright Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Windlesora 35 Contents:
Doris Mellor: Her Windsor Childhood
St Leonard’s, Mrs Dodge, and the Romanovs
Wilfred Huggins RA
Emily Handcock: Adventure in France
Peace Day Celebrations 1919
Victoria and Albert: 200 Years
Windsor Cemetery Road Names
Windsor Cemetery Series
Windsor and D-Day Part 1: Windsor Losses
Windsor and D-Day Part 2: Windsor Man Survives Atrocity
Did You Know?
Unfortunate Episode of Ecclesiastical History
Windsor Election Scandal
Commemorative Paving Stone: Greenwood VC
In Royal Service
Alarming Fire in Thames Street
Lord Robert’s Veterans
The Windsor and Eton Society
Captain Campbell: Zulu War Casualty
The Ricky- Tick Club
Copies can be obtained from Windsor and Royal Borough Museum in the Guidhall, Eton Information Centre, or direct from Windsor Local History Group.
This edition of Windlesora represents 35 years of publishing members’ research. We have copies of most of our backlist. The contents of these will be available to read, on the website, in the near future.
Please look at our publications page to see what we have available.