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Review of “A sturdy race of men”

A sturdy race of men: 149 Brigade – a history of the Northumberland Fusiliers Territorial Battalions in the Great War by Alan Isaac Grint published by Pen & Sword Military in 2018 Hardback ISBN 978…


The death of an officer’s servant

This article is based on a tragic incident mentioned by James Edmund Henderson Neville, then a junior officer of the 2nd Battalion of the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. He was aged 19 at the…


Casualty lists

What are these records? The casualty returns from units in the field were compiled into lists that were produced by the War Office and reproduced in many newspapers. They include the names of men killed,…


“Soldiers Died in the Great War”

“Soldiers Died in the Great War” is a list of soldiers who lost their lives, compiled into a 1921 HMSO publication. The information was based on regimental records. It was originally published in a large…



The Special Reserve (Category b)

The Special Reserve was formed as part of the Haldane reforms of the army in 1908 as a way of building up a pool of trained men who could be mobilised in the event of…