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Clive Elliott untangles some of the mysteries of the codes used in British Army publications.

This is based on the article in the MVT Windscreen magazine No. 136 but contains 50% more content for those who wish to study the subject in greater detail.

 

Link updated 20/11/2013

CRACKING THE CODES v2.00.pdf

 

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Clive has updated this paper.. Thank you Clive..

 

11 pages added

43 images added

15 printers added

History of War Office structure

Coverage of DCI, SBN, printing in BAOR, MELF & FARELF, facsimile imprints, more examples of Army Books & forms

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Old PDF Removed

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Clive Elliott untangles some of the mysteries of the codes used in British Army publications.

This is a development of the article that appeared in the MVT Windscreen magazine No. 136 that was based on 10 pages but this latest version (v2.00) contains 80 pages.

 

It supersedes the last one (v1.06) published on line a year ago, this one (v2.00) has 30 more pages & 165 more images. Most sections have been revised & some new sections added.

CRACKING THE CODES v2.00.pdf

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