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A Story of Waterloo (play 1914)

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

The Cornish Telegraph (26 november 1914, p. 7)

A Story of Waterloo is a British play performed by the Redruth Amateur Dramatic Society on 25 november 1914 at the Pavilion of Penzance (Cornwall, UK), starring R. Glave Saunders as Corporal Gregory Brewster.

The play was part of an event to gather funds for the D.C.L.I. (Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry) at the front (WWI).

This is an adaptation of the Conan Doyle's play : A Story of Waterloo (1894), which was an adaptation of his short story : A Straggler of '15 (1891).


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