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The  journal of the AISA Arsenal History Society.

Today is the anniversary of the birth of Jack Lambert, one of our greatest ever players, and a man whose life story can be a lesson to us all in terms of how to work to achieve what we have inside us.   I hope you can spare a moment to read our tribute to Jack, and a list of all today’s anniversaries in today’s article.

Also on the site: The day Arsenal went to the wall and the man who brought us back

Plus: the real story of the man who scored the first Arsenal goal at Highbury.

And we have recently done major updates on the May Anniversary file and the June Anniversary file has just been updated.

Tracing Arsenal’s lost players:

Arsenal on this day – The major Arsenal events 

Please note: The full anniversaries index can be found here.  

 

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On this page you will find details of some of our recent research articles, plus details of today’s Arsenal anniversaries, and information on the books on Arsenal that we have published.   The AISA Arsenal History Society is dedicated to recording Arsenal’s history in all its detail from all perspectives.  If you would like to contribute research or a personal story please do write to Tony.Attwood@aisa.org

Reports on Arsenal’s current activities are on Untold Arsenal

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Classic Articles from the Arsenal History Society

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If you would like to contribute an article to this site, please see this note on submissions etc.

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The incomplete index of series on this site….

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