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Although the majority of terms listed here are gleaned from these publications (no evidence of copyright), there are various entries listed from other sources. These have been referenced separately on individual pages. Please feel free to help expand and improve this content.
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Although the majority of terms listed here are gleaned from these publications (with no evidence of copyright), there are various entries listed from other sources. These have been referenced accordingly. The subcategories listed below form additional branches of the main glossary, which include basic chronologies of people and places, that are used throughout the site. These are sourced primarily from ''[[Chronology of the War]]'' Volumes I, II and III by {{wl|Lord Edward Gleichen}}.
 
==Glossary subcategories==
 
The subcategories listed here form separate branches of the main glossary structure. These are unlike the words and phrases of the main glossary and serve an entirely different purpose, intended to add basic chronologies of people and places used throughout the site. These are source primarily from ''[[Chronology of the War]]'' Volumes I, II and III by {{wl|Lord Edward Gleichen}}.
 
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This category page forms the central hub of our glossary structure. The main glossary consists of words and phrases of the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom of Great Britain during the Great War, which also includes: technicalities, trench slang, expressions in everyday use, nicknames, sobriquets, the titles and origins of British and Commonwealth Regiments, and warfare in general.


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The following sources have been used in compiling this glossary of words and phrases:

Although the majority of terms listed here are gleaned from these publications (with no evidence of copyright), there are various entries listed from other sources. These have been referenced accordingly. The subcategories listed below form additional branches of the main glossary, which include basic chronologies of people and places, that are used throughout the site. These are sourced primarily from Chronology of the War Volumes I, II and III by Lord Edward Gleichen.

Please feel free to expand upon and improve any of this content.

Pages in category "Glossary"

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