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Author Wylly, H. C. (Harold Carmichael), 1858-1932.

Title The 1st and 2nd Battalions The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) in the Great War
Published Luton : Andrews UK, 2011
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Contents Cover; Contents; Front Matter; Half Title; Frontispiece; Title Page; Title Page Verso; Foreword; Illustrations; Maps and Plans; Body Matter; The 1st Battalion; I: The Opening of the War; II: 1914-1915--Neuve Chapelle, Aubers Ridge, and Loos; III: 1916--The Battle of the Somme; IV: 1917--The Third Battle of Ypres; V: January to June, 1918--Villers Bretonneux and the Chemin des Dames; VI: June to December, 1918--The Second Battle of Arras--The End of the War; VII: 1919--Flanders and England; The 2nd Battalion; I: The Opening of the War--Alma Day, 1914
Distinguished Conduct Medals, Military Medals, Foreign Awards--Other RanksIII: Our War Memorial; IV: Memorial in the Chapel of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst; Index; Maps
II: January, 1915, to July, 1916--Hooge and the Ypres SalientIII: 1916--The Battle of the Somme; IV: January to July, 1917; V: August to December, 1917; VI: 1918--The Great German Offensive and the Battle of the Somme; VII: 1918--The Closing Battles and the End of the War; VIII: 1918 and 1919--The March into Germany--Demobilization--The Return of the Cadre; Back Matter; Appendices; I: Battle Honours for the Great War; II: Victoria Cross, Orders of the Bath, St. Michael and St. George, Distinguished Service Order, Military Cross, Foreign Orders, Mentions and Promotions--Officers
Summary In this history the two battalions are dealt with separately but the list of Honours and Awards combines both battalions. When war broke out the 1st Battalion was in Bombay and sailed for home on 3 Sep 1914, arriving on 2 October and joining the newly formed regular division, the 8th. They landed in France on 5 November 1914 taking part in the battles of Neuve Chapelle, Aubers Ridge and Loos. Both the regiment's VCs were won by the 1st Battalion, at Neuve Chapelle and during the Aubers Ridge .
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Subject Great Britain. Army. Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) -- History.
Derbyshire (England) -- History, Military.
Nottinghamshire (England) -- History, Military.
Genre/Form History.
Military history.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1781513872 (electronic bk.)
9781781513873 (electronic bk.)