4 edition of NATIONAL ROLL OF THE GREAT WAR Section VI - Birmingham found in the catalog.
June 20, 2006
by Naval & Military Press
Written in English
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The National Roll of the Great War A tribute to the men and women who survived and died in the First World War, with 14 volumes in total, and contains over , records. This includes a collection of biographies of those who served during the Great War () and also includes brief accounts of how they joined up and demobilisation date. The military history of New Zealand during World War II began when New Zealand entered the Second World War by declaring war on Nazi Germany with Great state of war with Germany was officially held to have existed since pm on 3 September (local time), simultaneous with that of Britain, but in fact the declaration of war was not made until confirmation had been received.
Birmingham and the Great War, Reginald Henry Brazier, Ernst Sandford. Cornish Brothers, - Birmingham (England) - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people afterwards Alderman ambulance appeal appointed Armistice army arrangements assistance attack auxiliary hospitals became beds Belgian Birmingham War Hospital. Across the hall is a third Roll of Honour containing the names of Birmingham citizens who have died in campaigns since the end of the Second World War. Facing the main entrance is a stained-glass window designed by R. J. Stubington. On the walls are three carved Art Deco bas-relief plaques depicting scenes from the First World War.
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National Roll of the Great War This is a Roll of those who fought in the Great War and who did not necessarily die. The idea was to compile a biographical list of the participants.
14 volumes were produced by the National Publishing Company, listing approximatelyparticipants in the war. Short Records Of Service Available To Download.
THE NATIONAL ROLL OF THE GREAT WAR SECTION XIII Page 6 ALLEN, G. (Jun.) (M.M.). National Roll Section VI - Birmingham: - England & Wales National Roll Section VII - London The Book of Remembrance & War Record of Mill Hill School - The Roll of Honour of Birmingham men and women who gave their lives in the Great War - England & Wales.
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E., Corporal, 16th London Regt. Joining in Januaryhe embarked for France a year later, and fought with the 56th Division during the Retreat and Advance ofduring which he was twice wounded and gassed. The National Publishing Company attempted, shortly after hostilities ceased, to compile a brief biography of as many participants in the War as possible.
The vast majority of entries refer to combatants who survived the Great War and the National Roll is often the only source of information available. Compiled by ‘The National Publishing Company’ in The Manchester, and Salford volumes are freely available online.
These resources contain brief biographies of some of the many soldiers from the Salford and Manchester areas; please note that only a small percent of the soldiers who fought are included.
The National Roll of the Great War was a multi-volume work, never completed, which attempted to document soldiers who fought in WW1, including the casualties. Of the 73 Tearle participants in WW1, only 17 have had their stories told in this work. I have transcribed those particular entries and ordered them firstly into nearby addresses, so we can see families and neighbours and I have added.
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Shortly after the end of the war, in response to the unprecedented loss of life, The National Publishing Company tried to create a record of as many participants in the War as possible: the National Roll features brief.
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The National Publishing Company attempted, shortly after hostilities ceased, to compile a brief biography of as many participants in the war as possible.National Roll Of The Great War Volume 4 Southampton: The Names and Records of those who served during the Great War, A volume in the massive Roll of Honour of British forces of the First World War, each volume covers men resident in an area.This guide lists and provides access to all the record series at The National Archives which are available to view and download for free.
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