Sid Daniels in WW1

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Sid Daniels in WW1

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The only man who had not been to the front - and he was very angry that he had not - was an Army Service Corps man, who had driven up a Lewisham contingent in a motor-omnibus.
He, to make up for having no fighting, was a survivor from the Titanic (Sid Daniels). He described the scene wonderfully well and ended his story with the graphic touch that when he got home again he "couldn't help but laugh to think of all he had been through."

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Sidney Edward Daniels

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Senan Molony
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