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Renumbering of the Territorial Force in 1917

Men serving in the Territorial Force got new numbers in 1917 and a great deal can be determined about their service from these numbers. This page should help you understand what it all means. Introduction…


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Renumbering the TF Infantry in 1917

Men serving in the Territorial Force got new numbers in 1917 and a great deal can be determined about their service from these numbers. This page should help you understand what it all means. Introduction…



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Renumbering of the Territorial Force Yeomanry in 1917

Men serving in the Territorial Force got new numbers in 1917 and a great deal can be determined about their service from these numbers. This page should help you understand what it all means. Background…



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Renumbering the TF Royal Army Medical Corps in 1917

Men serving in the Royal Army Medical Corps units of the Territorial Force got new numbers in 1917 and a great deal can be determined about their service from these numbers. This page should help…


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Renumbering of the TF artillery in 1917

Introduction Men serving in the Territorial Force got new numbers in 1917 and a great deal can be determined about their service from these numbers. This page should help you understand what it all means….


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New British Army numbers issued in 1920 renumbering

Most men serving in the army got new numbers in 1920 and a great deal can be determined about their service from these numbers. This page should help you understand what it all means. Tip:…


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The evacuation chain for wounded and sick soldiers

This page describes the main medical functions in a complex chain that processed the casualty from the front line back to hospitals at home. It is in a simplified format. Many men missed stages altogether,…


British soldiers taken as prisoners of war

During the Great War of 1914-1918 some 7,335 officers and 174,491 other ranks of the British Army were captured by the enemy. Of these, about half fell into captivity between 21 March and 11 November…