Britain's Greatest Battles

  Quickbeam 09:29 AM 03 Feb 13

The National Army Museum is holding a poll for what we think is Britain's Greatest Battle

I can't for the life of me think why some of the battles which history ranks as amongst The British Army's greatest disasters are in the running.

  Quickbeam 09:30 AM 03 Feb 13

Wrong opening link above, please click here.

  Quickbeam 09:32 AM 03 Feb 13

Damn! There is a home page to the poll, but I keep getting specific battle accounts linked for some reason.

  Quickbeam 09:33 AM 03 Feb 13
  michaelw 09:42 AM 03 Feb 13

Looks like you're fighting a losing battle ;0)

  Aitchbee 10:30 AM 03 Feb 13

My favourite battle was "Waterloo ... when Napolean did surrender!" and ABBA won the the most votes in 1974 ;o]

  Quickbeam 10:41 AM 03 Feb 13

I'm for Michael Caine to get the most votes, thousands of 'em!

  kad60 10:44 AM 03 Feb 13
  Quickbeam 11:02 AM 03 Feb 13

That's an interesting link that kad60.

The two world wars are a bit sparsely catered for though. Is it still under construction?

Now I'm going to have to rack around in the attic for an old pre-war book of my dads that has all the Great war trench positions with London street names that I haven't looked through for... 30 years or more.

So what is a great battle anyway? In my mind it's a resounding success with the scent of complete victory won, or to be soon won by way of dictating how the war is then controlled to an end.

  bremner 12:30 PM 03 Feb 13

Shame it is limited to last 400 years as this rules out Agincourt.

  Quickbeam 13:20 PM 03 Feb 13

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