A Closer Look at the Record Books

Following the Addicks recent record-breaking 8-0 win at Stevenage, Charlton Museum Trustee Ben Hayes, delves into the history books to look at some of the other, even more comprehensive Addicks victories since the club’s formation.

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A True Charlton Legend

Paul Baker takes a look at the early contributions of Eddie Marshall, a club legend whose name may not be familiar to most Addicks, but played a hugely important part in the formation of Charlton and beyond.

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True Rivals

Charlton Museum trustee and war historian Clive Harris, takes a look at the clubs very first rivals who came in the form of their military neighbours.

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In from the Cold, Herbert Nobby Nightingale

Let those that come after see, that this name is not forgotten… As a lifelong Charlton fan and a military historian I had always been intrigued by the oft repeated post war quote, ‘We have a war record of which we are justly proud. Some thirty of our members served in HM Forces on the […]

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