go to the following people/organisations:
Those Who Served. This nation owes them a debt of gratitude which, in a small way, I hope this website does.
Keith Chisman. Honorary member, Chatham Home Guard. During WWII served in the Home Guard and then the Royal Artillery.
Keith Gulvin. Author of Kent Home Guard,always ready to offer advice on the history of the Home Guard.
Ralph Needham. Home Guard historian, always ready to (politely) correct my mistakes.
Authors on the HG, past and present. Each doing their part to correct history and dispel the myth of Home Guard ineptitude.
Chatham Historic Dockyard. The home of Chatham Home Guard living history unit.