SUBSCRIPTIONS and renewals for 2016 Click here
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The MGC Centenary started in October, 2015.
The Machine Gun Corps Old Comrades' Association was formed by Veterans of the Machine Gun Corps after WWI and still survives today.
In the trenches of the First World War, the 'Great War', the machine gun was queen of the battlefield. In all the major battles - Somme, Ypres, Passhendaele, Vimy, Arras - it was the machine gun which could decimate whole battalions and which changed the face of warfare.
The men who served were the bravest of the brave, members of what was known as 'The Suicide Club'.
Most members nowadays are relatives or descendents of MGC men or those simply interested in the MGC specifically or WW1 in general. We welcome all.
If there is one distinguishing feature of the MGC/OCA, it is its friendliness. New members are always pleasantly surprised when they attend an event for the first time by the fact that they do not feel strangers for long. There is also great enthusiasm. Interest in the Machine Gun Corps has increased considerably.
Membership runs from January to December each year.
For research information, please go to the Research page for details.
Membership applications and re-newals are being dealt with by Mr Keith Stephenson, see membership and contact details.
Many books have been written about the MGC or refer to it, too long to include here, so a download is available.Click here to download booking form
Yours in friendship,
Judith Lappin (Mrs)
updated 5th April, 2016.
Send email enquiries regarding Events, "Emma Gee," and all administration to Mrs Judith Lappin, Honorary Secretary:
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