Soldiers of the Regiment
Captain Leslie William Harries
1914-15 Star to Lieutenant Leslie William Harries, King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO2548/01
British War Medal to Captain Leslie William Harries, King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO2548/02
Allied Victory Medal to Captain Leslie William Harries, King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO2548/03
Miniature group to Captain Leslie William Harries, King’s Own.
Accession Number: KO2548/04
Group of three officers, including Lieutenant Leslie William Harries
Accession Number: KO2548/05
Certificate to mark the attempted escape, whilst a Prisoner of War in
Serbia, of Leslie William Harries, dated 1 Oct 1919
Accession Number: KO2548/06
Letter from the Foreign Office dated 24 Aug 1916 re the escape of
Lieutenant L W Harries from Prison Camp.
Accession Number: KO2548/07
A Group of Officer Prisoners of War in the Hands of the Bulgars and some
of the ‘Bang Boys’ including Lieutenant Harries
Accession Number: KO2548/08
Photograph published in the Tatler, Feb 1918, Group of Officer Prisoners
of War in the Hands of the Bulgars and some of the ‘Bang Boys’
Accession Number: KO2548/09
Newspaper cuttings, mounted, concerning Captain J L Harries being held
Prisoner of War and 9th King’s Own in Salonika with letters (mounted)
concerning POWs and postal service to them via USA
Accession Number: KO2548/10
Newspaper cuttings, mounted, relating to action in Macedonia circa Dec
Accession Number: KO2548/11
Telegram dated 9 Jan 1916 from Salonica indicating the belief that
Captain Harries had been killed or captured near town of Doiran.
Accession Number: KO2548/12
Official Letter from King George VI and Queen to released Prisoners of
War, 1918 received by Captain Leslie William Harries, of the 9th
Battalion, King’s Own. Harries was captured in late 1915, a telegram
sent on 9 Jan 1916 mentions his capture. He was released on 28 Oct 1918.
He attempted to escape in the summer of 1916. He was a prisoner of war
of the Bulgarians.
Accession Number: KO2548/13
Envelope ‘A message to you from the King’ addressed to Captain L W
Accession Number: KO2548/14
War Office Telegram of 28 Oct 1918 stating that Captain L W Harries has
Accession Number: KO2548/15
Letter dated 27 Oct 1920 re demobilization from the Army and retaining
the rank of Captain.
Accession Number: KO2548/16
War Office envelope to Captain L W Harries
Accession Number: KO2548/17
Stickers ‘Parcel Containing Food for Officer Prisoner of War in Enemy
Accession Number: KO2548/18
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