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Military pensions post WW1
« on: Monday 31 July 23 18:04 BST (UK) »
I am researching a project following the progress of demobbed miners after World War 1, and have several questions regarding Military pensions. Was there a time limit as to the length of time a pension was paid?(did this depend on whether the man was a volunteer or conscripted?) Were they still paid if a man was in permanent employment? Would a military pension be stopped/suspended if a recipient took part in the General Strike or other strike action? Hope someone can help!
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