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First World War

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

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


Recreation for 9th Battalion: 'Find your boot race'.
Accession Number KO1853/209


Recreation for 9th Battalion: 'Wrestling on mule back'.
Accession Number KO1853/210


Recreation for 9th Battalion: 'Sack Race'
Accession Number KO1853/212


Private Charlie Bailey and two mules.
Accession Number KO1853/211


C Company's Tents in winter 1917/1918.
Accession Number KO1853/218


Building a dugout in Daldi Ravine.
Accession Number KO1853/219


Temporary Captain and Adjutant Quintin Bone.  Commissioned on the 5 January 1915 into the 9th Battalion, Bone served throughout the war with the battalion, until he was killed in action on 19th September 1918 in the final push of the campaign in Macedonia.
Accession Number KO1853/224

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

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