Published June 20, 2006
by Naval & Military Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
Based on many unpublished sources, the book narrates the individual parts played by nearly 2, of those who served with the 4th King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment from the day that war was declared in until the armistice in and in a few cases, the stories of men whose war continued long s: 2. Based on many unpublished sources, the book narrates the individual parts played by nearly 2, of those who served with the 4th King's Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment from the day that war was declared in until the armistice in and in a few cases, the stories of men whose war continued long afterwards/5(2). The 4th (TF) Battalion of the King’s Own went to France in May as part of the N Lancashire Brigade (th), which had replaced a Highland brigade in 51st Highland Division. The brigade’s parent division, the West Lancashire Division, had been broken up to provide reinforcements for the BEF.5/5(1). The FOURTH BATTALION THE KING'S OWN (Royal Lancaster Regiment) and THE GREAT WAR (signed) by Wadham, Lieut.-Colonel W.F.A., and Captain J. Crossley COVID Update May 2, Biblio is open and shipping orders.
In a second battalion was again raised and stationed in Chichester. They saw service in the Zulu War of But before that the 1st battalion were sent to Abyssinia as part of Lord Napier's expedition to rescue 50 terrified European prisoners from King Theodore III, the crazed 'King of Kings'. The 4th took part in the capture of Magdala and set fire to Theodore's fort. Muster Roll of the 2nd Battalion, 4th or King's Own Regiment of Foot. Listing the soldiers of the battalion and some basic details. Price including UK postage £ Roll of the 2/5th Battalion King's Own - listing all those who went to France in February with the battalion. Price including UK postage £ Battalions of the King's Own saw service all over the world during the Second World War. The territorial 5th Battalion and 56th Anti-Tank Regiment (the old 4th Battalion) went across to France and Belgium in , along with the newly raised 6th Battalion, 7th Battalion, 8th Battalion and 9th Battalion. Welcome to the King's Own Royal Regiment Museum's website. It's full of information on the history of the regiment. You will find thousands of photographs, information on objects and archives in the museum's collections and stories of it's soldiers, as well as sources of further information. You can support our work by making a donation.
Title: The FOURTH BATTALION THE KING'S OWN (Royal Lancaster Regiment) and THE GREAT WAR (signed) Author Name: Wadham, Lieut.-Colonel W.F.A., and Captain J. Crossley Categories: Military, Signed (all categories), Edition: First Edition Publisher: London, Privately Published (printed by Crowther & Goodman): Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: Fair . War Record of 4th Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers and Lothians and Border Horse with history of the T.F associations of the counties of Roxburgh, Berwick and Selkirk Addeddate The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. In , after the Cardwell and Childers Reforms, regimental numbers were abolished. The 51st King's Own Light Infantry became the 1st Battalion, King's Own Light Infantry (South Yorkshire Regiment) and the th became its 2nd : British Army. Having spent five years in Gibraltar with the 1st Gibraltar Brigade, the 2nd Battalion King's departed in December with the 28th Infantry Brigade (previously 1st Gibraltar Brigade) to reinforce the 4th Infantry Division in : British Army.