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It also names the many Principal Officers of the organisations, together with details of the awards and commendations they received.

This booklet is a must for those who lived through this period of Southampton's history and those whose parents/grandparents served in either of these local services.

After a 19 days ordeal in an open boat he was killed and eaten by his shipmates, who were later convicted of his murder at a sensational trial.

The map and guide to a 2 mile walk around Bitterne Village, starting and finishing at the Red Lion in Bitterne Precinct.

A facsimile, with permission of Southampton City Council, of a booklet published in 1945.

It explains the organisation of the Southampton Air Raid Precautions (ARP) and Fire Service, with detailed information about the town's ARP Divisions, the Warden's establishment, exercises carried out in 1937/8, a précis of the main air-raids, detailed descriptions of the various bombs & explosives used, and statistics of air-raid casualties and building damage.

More than just a list of all the roads and streets in and around Bitterne, including Bitterne Manor, Bitterne Park, Harefield, Merry Oak, Midanbury, Peartree, Townhill Park and West End Park.

It contains many interesting facts about the church and the surrounding area. Cup matches against Newport and Basingstoke, along with reports of wartime matches, including a Southampton Senior Cup Final played at the Dell. A cartographic 'voyage of discovery', charting the transition of Bitterne from Common Land to Village, and thence to a major district of Southampton.

This interesting booklet describes the various ways in which Southampton's River Itchen has been crossed over the centuries, ranging from a suspected 2nd century Roman ferry at Clausentum (Bitterne Manor) to the new and massive Itchen Bridge opened in 1977. A detailed chronological record of results, goalscorers and match reports for the period 1939-1947. This collection of maps includes not only Ordnance Survey County Series but a few 'specials' of plans that did not come to fruition.

Some go back to the war years when food was in short supply and rationed.

The book also contains adverts from cookery books between c. Village life has traditionally been characterised by the community linking together to form clubs and societies, holding events such as fêtes, carnivals etc and Bitterne Village was typical of this.

More than just a list of all the roads and streets in and around Bitterne, including Bitterne Manor, Bitterne Park, Harefield, Merry Oak, Midanbury, Peartree, Townhill Park and West End Park.It contains many interesting facts about the church and the surrounding area. Cup matches against Newport and Basingstoke, along with reports of wartime matches, including a Southampton Senior Cup Final played at the Dell. A cartographic 'voyage of discovery', charting the transition of Bitterne from Common Land to Village, and thence to a major district of Southampton.This interesting booklet describes the various ways in which Southampton's River Itchen has been crossed over the centuries, ranging from a suspected 2nd century Roman ferry at Clausentum (Bitterne Manor) to the new and massive Itchen Bridge opened in 1977. A detailed chronological record of results, goalscorers and match reports for the period 1939-1947. This collection of maps includes not only Ordnance Survey County Series but a few 'specials' of plans that did not come to fruition.Some go back to the war years when food was in short supply and rationed.The book also contains adverts from cookery books between c. Village life has traditionally been characterised by the community linking together to form clubs and societies, holding events such as fêtes, carnivals etc and Bitterne Village was typical of this.Combined with these tables are pages of facts that every schoolchild had to learn - and promptly forgot! A transcript of 33 wills made in Bitterne, from the Hampshire Record Office Wills Index, between the 16th and 19th centuries.