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First World War

9th (Service) Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment - Page Three

The following photographs are from the collection of Sir Thomas Harley who was an officer with C Company of the 9th Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.  The full collection can be seen on these pages:

bulletSir Thomas Harley, 9th Battalion, First World War - page one
bulletSir Thomas Harley, 9th Battalion, First World War - page two
bulletSir Thomas Harley, 9th Battalion, First World War - page three
bulletSir Thomas Harley, 9th Battalion, First World War - page four
bulletSir Thomas Harley, 9th Battalion, First World War - page five

 


'Tom's Dugout'.
Accession Number KO1853/137


Unknown soldiers.
Accession Number KO1853/136


British and French Cemetery at Oreovica circa 1917.
Accession Number KO1853/144


Muddy Ravine.
Accession Number KO1853/146


The soldier on the left is identified as  either number 13518 Private Charles Hindle or 16159 Private Nathan Hindle, both 9th Battalion.
Accession Number KO1843/149

9th (Service) Bn, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment - Page Two
9th (Service) Bn, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment - Page Four

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