Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own
MORE BATTALION PHOTOGRAPHS AND STORIES.
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"The Band of the 50th Division."
4th Battalion Camp, probably 1913 at Redcar. 1.
4th Battalion Camp, probably 1913 at Redcar. 2.
The 50th Division Memorial.
First Aid Instruction. Gen French visit 1908. Territorials arrive 1909 Camp.
Plaque in Leeds City Centre commemorating A/Capt D. P. Hirsch. V.C.
L/Cpl Christopher Walter Peacock. MM.and the amazing carved pipe.
2nd Lt Stewart Gordon Ridley, who died a Hero Pilot in the Libyan Desert.
496 Pte Harry Clarkson.
Eston, Normanby, Lackenby and Upsall Roll of Honour.
New Book - Great War Heroes of Bridlington.
2ndLt E F Hutchinson. Memorial Window, St Mary's Church, Acklam, Middlesbrough.
Yorkshire Regiment Panel. Tyne Cott Memorial, Zonnebeke, Belgium.
Captain J V Nancarrow, Memorial Service.
Second Lieutenant Ernest Hildreth. Tragic Air Crash Death of a 4 Yorks Bn Volunteer.
Lt Col Bernard Hedley Charlton. M.C. Wooden Cross Donated to the Green Howards Regimental Museum.
Notes on a Conference Held at 150th Brigade HQ on 20th June 1918 After the Great Losses on the Aisne.
2nd Lt Ewart Richardson - "War Notes and Sketches".
The 4th Yorks Battn Boy Recruit. Age 16 Lied to Enlist. Age 19 Killed in Action.
Photographs of the 5th Yorks Battalion Machine Gun Teams.
Colour Sgt Alfred Percy Wilson. MSM.
Three Officer Pals who enlisted as Privates in the 4th Yorks Battalion.
The tragic life of 1269/240125 Pte William Clark.
L/Cpl Percy Garner, Prisoner of War and Amputee without anaesthetic.
4th Yorks men killed in French Railway Accident. 13th February 1917.
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