I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for thieves.
Jack Graham-Parker was convicted of indecent exposure at Edinburgh station on three days in March 1920. He was sentenced to 60 days imprisonment
Here we are in the centenary of World War One. There have been many ceremonies, many articles on the price paid by those who fought in the trenches.
John Moir, a goods checker at Leith Walk Goods Yard, stole some tea and was fined £3 or 10 days imprisonment in April 1920
I recently read one on the assassination of Franz Ferdinand – the trigger that lead to over four years carnage, and I’m sure I’ll be reading more as we hit the various milestones of terror that form the history of those years.
Private Roy Crooks, of the 2nd Battalion Australian Forces, stole a suitcase from Edinburgh Waverley station in January 1918 and was fined £7 or 30 days imprisonment
We think of those times and…
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