1 edition of Regimental roll of honour of the officers, warrant officers, N.C.Os. & men of the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) who ... laid down theirlives in the Great War, 1914-1918. found in the catalog.
Regimental roll of honour of the officers, warrant officers, N.C.Os. & men of the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) who ... laid down theirlives in the Great War, 1914-1918.
Facsim of ed. originally published, [Scotland]: [The Regiment?], [between 1918 and 1930]
|Contributions||Great Britain. Army. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
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Regimental Roll of Honour of the Officers, Warrant Officers, & Men of The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) The Inns of Court Officers Training Corps during the Great War. F.H.L. Errington. The History of the Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
- Captain David Ferguson. Auckland. ; The Wellington Regiment (NZEF) - In the spring of a meeting of the officers was held in the old Drill Shed, and at that meeting the Seventh Battalion, London Light Infantry, was organized, Lieut-Col. John B. Taylor (then D.A.G. of the district) being placed in command.
It may be interesting here to give the officers of the Battalion as found in the Militia List of Full text of warrant officers to promotion for non-commissioned officers (Corporal to Staff-Sergeant) and men of the Royal Army Medical Corps: with appendix on hints for young N.C.O.'s on clerical and other duties in a military hospital" See other formats.
On May 17th the Third Line Depots were formed, and a nucleus of officers and were dispatched to Weeton Camp, near Blackpool, to organize our new unit. Amongst the former were Captain G.
Fletcher to command and Captain A. Miller to act as Adjutant. Captain Clarke also left us to take command of the Depot at Liverpool. Men shouted to him to come in out of that. The heavens were about to break.
Aye, they were, in a funny way. Serenely, the padre continued to quarter the dreadful ground this way, that way, while the crumps hurled in and the machine-guns stuttered and filled the air with their stomach-turning zipp and whisper.
One major caught the padre's ear. Heinrich Juergens was a native of Stipplingen. The 2nd Jaeger Battalion had 18 men killed, and 3 officers and 49 men wounded at Quatre Bras; 2 officers and 37 men killed, and 2 officers and 73 men wounded at Waterloo.
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the Battalion again marched off to the front line, relieving the Cameronians. These trenches were some 1, yards south east of Heninel, not quite half-way. What these risks were was more clearly seen in the third week of February, when a Zeppelin and a Schutte-Lanz were wrecked by a storm in the North Sea.
One came down, on February 17th,on Fanoe Island, and was there burned, the officers and men. WW _Layout 1 26/10/ Page 5. Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 25% plus VAT.
The historically significant nursing awards to Doreen Norton, O.B.E., F.R.C.N. About a month later the Battalion was moved from Ecquedecques into other billets in Bourecq, leaving under Captain Patton- Bethune, and men, suspected cases of cerebro-spinal meningitis.
One of his subalterns on that occasion (now Lieut.-Colonel Pringle-Pattison, M.C.) refers to the splendid example set by Captain Patton- Bethune. August 3rd - official start of the Great War - what was going to be the war to end all wars, and of course it was going to be all over by Christmas.
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