Published June 20, 2006
by Naval & Military Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||428|
The national roll of the Great War , section VIII, Leeds 1 copy: Order: 8: The national roll of the Great War , section IX, Bradford 1 copy: Order: 9: The national roll of the Great War , section X, Portsmouth 1 copy: Order: The national roll of the Great War , section XI, Manchester 1 copy: Order: 11 2 days ago Entries in The National Roll of the Great War were compiled by subscription. Information for the entries was generally submitted by family members or the soldiers themselves. Section VIII, Leeds Section X, Portsmouth Section XI, Manchester Section XIV, Salford Related data collections. UK, British Army World War I Service Records, Extract from National Roll of the Great War - Section VIII - Leeds, page THORNTON, F. W. S., Pte, 1/8th West Yorks. Regt. He volunteered in July , and in the following December was despatched to France. There he took a conspicuous part in many engagements, including those at Ypres and the The National Roll of the Great War - compiled by subscription with information submitted by individuals or their families, limited coverage on Find My Past, Ancestry, Naval & Military Press (£) and at IWM; The Oldham Battalion of Comrades - Book of Honour in on Find My Past (£) Plymouth Roll Of Honour on Find My Past (£)
We produce facsimiles, illustrated guides, research materials, gift books and guidebooks. Our aim is to tell the compelling story of arms and armour through the ages – technology, material culture, decorative art, history, ownership and more. All publications are sold The rationale of the Naval and Military Press’ own in-house publications is simple, to bring the best military books of the past back into print for the benefit of todays readers. With this in mind, we have been given access to the best libraries and collections of military related books in Britain. They have all helped us select and re-issue rare out-of-print titles on past conflicts in The First World War Medal Roll which provides a listing of all those who qualified for the Star, /15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, Territorial Force War Medal and/or the Silver War Badge is held at TNA. If a First World War record was destroyed some basic information about a soldier’s service may be found in National Roll Section I - London: - England & Wales National Roll Section II - London National Roll Section VIII - Leeds: - England & Wales National Roll Section X - Portsmouth The Roll of Honour of Birmingham men and women who gave their lives in the Great War - England & Wales The School board ?area_id=3.
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