Cover; Contents; Title Page; Title Page Verso; Front Matter; Frontispiece; Title Page; Body Matter; Back Matter; Wagon Lines During Hostilities; Appreciations; Copy of Message Ordering the Armistice; Honours and Awards; Roll of Honour; Battle Casualties; Record of Officers Who Have Served in the Battery in France; Names and Addresses of N.C.O.'s and Men
The battery was formed on 26th August 1914 as a 4-gun 4.7in battery. It went to France in May 1915 with the 9th (Scottish) Division which it left within a few days to join H.A. Reserve and went into action near Armentieres. Subsequently it joined 16th H.A. Brigade and in January 1917 it was re-equipped with 60 pdrs.. This account is based on the Battery Log but the record is not complete in detail prior to 27th May 1918 a great deal of the necessary information having been lost due to enemy a .