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Soldiers of the Regiment

Captain Albert Holland

Captain Albert Holland served with the 8th Battalion of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment and went missing in action on 28th March 1918.  He was held in German Prisoner of War camps and was repatriated to England on 28th November 1918.

 


Trench Map, France, Lens 11.  Scale 1:100 000.  Second Edition.  Dated 17 Oct 1916.
Accession Number: KO3028/01


Trench Map, Belgium, Hazebrouck 5A.  Scale 1:100 000.  Second Edition. Dated 1916.
Accession Number: KO3028/02


Trench Map, Belgium, Sheet 28 North West.  Scale 1:20 000.  Edition 5A.  Dated 30 Jun 1917.
Accession Number: KO3028/03

 
Small folder, used to store books and other documents.
Accession Number: KO3028/04

   
Army Book 153 Officer's Field Message and Sketch Book, with notes by 2nd Lieutenant A Holland on Bayonet Training, Aldershot Gymnasium Course, Jan 1916.
Accession Number: KO3028/05

 
Chambre de Commerce D'Amiens, Un Franc.  Dated 1915.
Accession Number: KO3028/06

 
German Prisoner of War Camp Currency: Offizier-Gefangenenlager, Colne on the Rhine, dated 1 Oct 1918.  10 Pfenning Note.
Accession Number: KO3028/07

 
German Prisoner of War Camp Currency: Offizier-Gefangenenlager, Colne on the Rhine, dated 1 Oct 1918.  50 Pfenning Note.
Accession Number: KO3028/08

 
German Prisoner of War Camp Currency: Offizier-Gefangenenlager, Colne on the Rhine, dated 1 Oct 1918.  5 Mark  Note.
Accession Number: KO3028/09


German Prisoner of War card, signed by Captain A Holland, promising not to escape when outside the camp.
Accession Number: KO3028/10

 
'Tagebuch' or note book used by Captain A Holland, when a prisoner of war in Colne, in the First World War.  The book contains a timetable, showing that he had lessons in German, Book keeping, Shorthand, Maths and French.  The book contains various notes and details of his lessons.
Accession Number: KO3028/11

 

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