(Albert Elliot) 'Smiler' Marshall
(Albert Elliot) 'Smiler' Marshall, 15 March 1897, Elmstead Market, Essex - 16 May 2005, Ashtead
- First World War Veteran, lived at 12 Agates Lane Ashtead from 1940 until his death in 2005
- See also Beverley Nichols
See also Albert Marshall - First World War cavalryman, died aged 108 on 16 May, remembered by military historian Max Arthur;
The Observer, December 2005
See also RIP Albert Marshall - First World War cavalryman and last survivor of the Battle of the Somme;
British Army Rumour Service, ARRSE, May 2005
See also Last of the horsemen - Incredible life of Great War cavalry hero 'Smiler' Marshall;
The Mirror, May 2005
See also The Essex Yeomanry Journal - p49-53: A Life Across Three Centuries;
Essex Yeomanry, 2005
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See also After 86 years, I can still see the faces of my fallen comrades -
Telegraph, July 2002
See also Albert Marshall - First World War cavalryman and last survivor of the Battle of the Somme -
The Independent, May 2005
See also BBC Shot at Dawn: Cowards, Traitors or Victims?: A soldier's story -
BBC, March 2002
See also War Horse: The Real Story -
Channel4, March 2012 (also The Real War Horse and Testimony tells the real war horse story for C4
'Smiler' celebrating his 105th birthday at his home with his son - 15 March 2002
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||The Trench - Experiencing life on the front line, 1916
Richard Van Emden: Published 2002 by Bantam Press, 313 pages, hardback
The book contains 4 reminiscences from 'Smiler'
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