A look at the roles that Scouts played on the domestic front during the First World War.

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Since this episode was recorded on Armistice Day (or Remembrance Day, as we call it in Canada), it seemed only fitting to take a look at some of the important roles “at home” that Scouts fulfilled — mainly in Britain, although it's likely that Scouts in other countries performed similar duties — to aid in the war effort.

We even dig into the history and namesake of the Cornwell Award, the highest decoration for bravery in Scouting in Britain.


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Slow Burn, by Kevin MacLeod

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