Tag Archives: Count Johnston-Noad

A Light Legion Scandal

Legion Lawyers – the ethical and the questionable You may think that an article on Legion Lawyers would be about uninteresting men, but this is far from the case. Over the history of the Legion we have attracted many sharp … Continue reading

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The Flying Frontiersmen

The dodgy solicitor “Count Johnston-Noad” has made regular appearances on http://www.frontiersmenhistorian.info. We know that he re-formed the Maritime Command around 1930 and soon afterwards set up the Legion Air Command. As well as being an international racer of motor-boats, this … Continue reading

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Frontiersmen and the Sea

In 1903 a book was published that made an immediate impact and has never been out of print since then. It has often been called the first thriller. This was Erskine Childers “The Riddle of the Sands”. No biography of … Continue reading

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