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Soldiers died in the great war, 1914-1919

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English
London, England : Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1920-1921
80 pts. in 17 v.

Notes

Parts 2, 3, 8, 18, 25, 34, 35, 42, 43, 48, 51, 67-69, 70, and 76 were replaced with copies published by: Polstead, Suffolk [England] : J.B. Hayward and Son, c1989.

Accompanied by a register (6 p.).

Contents: pt. 1. Household cavalry and cavalry of the line -- pt. 2. Royal horse and Royal field artillery, regulars and territorial force, territorial force -- pt. 3. Royal garrison artillery -- pt. 4. Corps of Royal engineers -- pt. 5. Foot guards, including guards machine gun regiment -- pt. 6. The Royal Scots, Lothian regiment -- pt. 7. The Queen's Royal Surrey regiment -- pt. 8. The Buffs, East Kent regiment -- pt. 9. The King's own, Royal Lancaster regiment -- pt. 10. The Northumberland fusiliers -- pt. 11. The Royal Warwickshire regiment -- pt. 12. The Royal fusiliers, city of London regiment -- pt. 13 The King's, Liverpool regiment -- pt. 14. The Norfolk regiment -- pt. 15. The Lincolnshire regiment -- pt. 16. The Devonshire regiment -- pt. 17. The Suffolk regiment -- pt. 18. Prince Albert's, Somerset light infantry -- pt. 19. The Prince of Wales' own West Yorkshire regiment -- pt. 20. The East Yorkshire regiment -- pt. 21. The Bedfordshire regiment -- pt. 22 The Leicestershire regiment - - pt. 23. The Royal Irish regiment -- pt. 24. Alexandra, Princess of Wales' own, Yorkshire regiment -- pt. 25. The Lancashire fusiliers -- pt. 26. The Royal Scots fusiliers -- pt. 27. The Cheshire regiment -- pt. 28 The Royal Welsh fusiliers -- pt. 29. The South Wales borderers -- pt. 30. The King's own Scottish borderers -- pt. 31. The

Cameronians, Scottish rifles -- pt. 32. The Royal Inniskilling fusiliers -- pt. 33. The Gloucestershire regiment -- pt. 34 The Worcestershire regiment -- pt. 35. The East Lancashire regiment -- pt. 36 The East Surrey regiment -- pt. 37. The Duke of Cornwall's light infantry -- pt. 38. The Duke of Wellington's, West Riding regiment -- pt. 39. The Border regiment - pt. 40. The Royal Sussex regiment -- pt. 41. The Hampshire regiment -- pt. 42. The South Staffordshire regiment -- pt. 43. The Dorsetshire regiment -- pt. 44. The Prince of Wales' volunteers, South Lancashire regiment -- pt. 45. The Welch regiment - pt. 46. The Black watch, Royal Highlanders -- pt. 47. The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire light infantry - pt. 48. The Essex regiment -- pt. 49. The Sherwood foresters, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshiore regiment -- pt. 50. The Loyal North Lancashire regiment -- pt. 51. The Northamptonshire regiment -- pt. 52. The Princess Charlotte of Wales's, Royal Berkshire regiment -- pt. 53. The Queen's own, Royal West Kent regiment -- pt. 54. The King's own, Yorkshire light infantry -- pt. 55. The King's, Shropshire light infantry -- pt. 56. The Duke of Cambridge's own, Middlesex regiment -- pt. 57. The King's royal rifle corps -- pt. 58 The Duke of Edinburgh's, Wiltshire regiment -- pt. 59. The Manchester regiment --

pt. 60. The Prince of Wales's, North Staffordshire regiment -- pt. 61. The York and Lancaster regiment -- pt. 62. The Durham light infantry -- pt. 63. The Highland light infantry -- pt. 64. Seaforth highlanders, Ross-shire, Buffs, The Duke of Albany's -- pt. 65. The Gordon highlanders -- pt. 66. The Queen's own, Cameron highlanders -- pt. 67. The Royal Irish rifles -- pt. 68. Princess Victoria's, Royal Irish fusiliers -- pt. 69. The Connaught rangers -- pt. 70. Princess Louise's, Argyll and Sutherland highlanders -- pt. 71. The Prince of Wales's Leinster regiment, Royal Canadian -- pt. 72. The Royal Munster fusiliers -- pt. 73. The Royal Dublin fusiliers -- pt. 74. The Rifle brigade, the Pince Consort's own -- pt. 75. Machine gun corps, tank corps -- pt. 76. The Honourable artillery company, infantry, the London regiment, Inns of court officers' training corps -- pt. 77. The Monmouthshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Herefordshire regiments, army cyclist corps, the Northern, Highland, Kent and Huntingdonshire cyclist battalions, Royal defence corps -- pt. 78. Royal army service corps -- pt. 79. Royal army medical corps -- pt. 80. Labour corps, Royal army ordnance corps, veterinary corps and pay corps, Channel Isles militia, corps of army schoolmasters, military mounted police, military foot police, small

arms, school, military provost, non-combatant, Queen Mary's army auxiliary corps.

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