Wounded British soldiers, of the Yorkshire Light Infantry, charge at German soldiers.
Sergeant of British Light Infantry, Full-Length Portrait Sitting on Rock, Crimean War
Skipton Camp, German Prisoners of War and the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - 1st & 2nd Battalions
Wounded British soldiers returning from the Front Line during WW1 - Stock Image
Allied soldiers of France, Britain and Belgium join hands. From The War Illustrated Album
The 1911 census shows he had become a manager in the wholesale boot trade and was married to Jeannie Taylor.
Army Service Numbers 1881-1918 - Index
Wounded, wounded, wounded': stories of the battle of the Somme. '
World War One ANTIQUE PRINT- WW1 Infantry wearing box respirators
Attack of the 52nd Light Infantry on the Imperial Guard at the Battle of Waterloo on
1914 WW1 Magazine ARMY NURSES Leuven MOELINGEN Belgian Miners Charleroi 4000
Soldiers from the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry form a sombre guard of honour outside Dewsbury
Battle of the Somme: Letters reveal last days of British soldiers killed on front line. '
Colour party of the 9th Battalion Durham Light Infantry after receiving new colours from King Edward VII, 19 June 1909.
Soldiers build a new dug-out as they advance
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Men of the 1st Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry climb a steep hill in Italy, November 1943.
Private Alfred Naylor, 47434, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 2nd/4th Battalion
Troops moving at Eventide. Men of a Yorkshire regiment on the march. This photo
Cavalry charge at the Battle of Blenheim
Battle of the Somme film – archive
Grave of Saddler R.B. Throssell
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The Durham Light Infantry (DLI) was formed in July 1881. The 1st Battalion was formerly the 68th (Durham Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot, ...
Death of Major Plumbe of the Royal Marines Light Infantry at the Battle of Graspan on
On 18 September 1918, the day before Pte John Fulton of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders died, the British launched an offensive against Bulgarian ...
1 -21 July 1918 Pike Law.
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Colonel John George Adamson
Heroic: Robert enlisted in response to a call for reinforcements four days after the launch
British soldier shot comrade dead 'after mistaking him for target' during training exercise, inquiry finds
British machine gun crew (Imperial War Museums)
WW1 Soldier Drummer side drum KOYLI Kings own Yorkshire Light Infantry Shrewton
Many only survived a few steps.
WILLIAM ROLAND MEADES was serving as a Private in the 10th(Service) Battalion, The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry when he died of his wounds in ...
Terrorism in Aden: A foot patrol, of the 1st Battalion, The Kings Own
2nd Lt. Ronald Murray Spicer
Royal Marine soldiers practice a beach assault in Britain UK - Stock Image
A British Army soldier on lookout in the Falls Road area of Belfast. Ref #
He was buried at Aisne in France but we included his story at the grave side of his older brother and markers were placed together for both men.
Troops of the Northumberland Fusiliers, 3rd Division,
James died the first day of the Battle of The Somme but has no known grave. He is remembered on the War Memorial at Thiepval. We visited The Somme this ...
Troops of 11th East African Division on the road to Kalewa, Burma, during the
A bayonet chargeby Indian troops — supported by a British grenade thrower — at Neuve Chapelle.
Libray photo dated 1916 showing German prisoners helping to carry wounded British soldiers back to their
Ted in uniform, ca 1916-1917
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A line of British troops blinded by tear gas at an Advanced Dressing Station near Bethune, 10 April 1918.
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1895 IGS (3 Clasps), QSA (3 Clasps) & KSA (2 Clasps) Medal Group of Three with ...
Soldiers from the Light Dragoons Battle Group take cover during Operation Panther’s
Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry by Harry Payne.
East Yorkshires 1 Platoon 1917
... Durham Light Infantry chat with an American paratrooper of the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, part of the 82nd Airborne Division, in Avola, ...
A fighting patrol of the 1/4th Battalion, KOYLI in North West Europe. Armed with rifles, Bren gun, Sten guns and a PIAT, Elst, 2 March 1945.
Thomas Frayne [pictured] was gassed at the Somme and never fully recovered
Serjeant Paul McAleese and Private Johnathon Young (All rights reserved.)
“En tirailleur”: light infantry tactics and bugle calls in non-light infantry corps
Will longer basic training make stronger infantrymen? The Army is adding 8 weeks to OSUT to find out
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Major Alexander Kirkland Robb
Men of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry fuse Stokes trench mortar shells near Wieltjie, 1 October 1917.
The memorial in the Town Church to Lt Norman Campbell, who died in St Helier
He may well have trained at 73 airschool during the second world war.
BRITISH ARMY UNIFORMS. The 68th-Durham Light Infantry Regiment 1890 old print - Stock
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IWM (Q 4417) Battle of Bazentin Ridge, 14-17 July 1916
The first British Army manual for light infantry and riflemen was actually written by the battalion's Lieutenant Colonel Baron Francis de Rottenburg.
WW1 11th Bn King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Officer's Casualty Group of Three Medals. Awarded to
Groups with First World War Medals
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German troops to the southeast, at Verdun, were advancing further into French territory and the French Army was hurling itself at their lines, ...
Invasion of Burma file photo 
Men of the 10th West Yorkshire Battalion photograph courtesy York Army Museum