Henry Nash entered the First World War as a sergeant in the 20th Hussars. He was awarded the DCM in the opening months of the war, and commissioned into the East Lancashire Regiment in 1916. He fought right through the war finishing it as acting Captain. In WW2 he was too old for active service but rose to the rank of Lieut Colonel in charge of all POW camps in southern England at the end of the war. He was my grandfather, and this is his remarkable story.
Recently retired from running a software company working with housing associations and local authorities (M3 Housing). Author of Housing Investment Appraisal and other books on housing policy, development and maintenance. Founding member of Laurieston Hall in the 1970s. Interests include travel, genealogy, and history.
Western Australia 2014 Published November 02, 2014
Himalayas 2014 Published April 24, 2014
History of the Delany & Johnstons Published March 17, 2014
Mary's 90th Birthday Published April 28, 2013
Vienna 2012 Published April 28, 2012
Brian’s Ancestry Who do you think you are Published December 03, 2010
New York May 2010 Published June 06, 2010
Cuba 2010 Published April 01, 2010