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NATIONAL ROLL OF THE GREAT WAR Section VII - London: (West, South East & Central London)

Section VII - London: (West, South East & Central London)  

OUR PRICE: £22.00  

A pen picture of the war service of well over 100,000 men and women. One of the most sought-after sets of reference books of the First World War is the National Roll of the Great War. The National Publishing Company attempted, shortly after hostilities ceased, to compile a brief biography of as many participants in the War as possible. The vast majority of entries refer to combatants who survived the Great War and the National Roll is often the only source of information available. Fourteen volumes were completed on a regional basis; the Naval & Military Press has compiled a fifteenth volume which contains an alphabetic index to the fourteen published volumes. Original volumes are scarce and command high prices.
As the National Roll of the Great War is in such great demand, Naval & Military Press have decided to reprint the complete work of fourteen volumes. They are available in individual softback volumes or , as a complete set. Two sample entries Lynch, D., Corporal, K.O. (Royal Lancaster Regt.) He enlisted in 1908, and was serving in India at the outbreak of war in August 1914. He embarked for France shortly afterwards and took a prominent part in numerous engagements, including the Battle of Neuve Chapelle and Ypres II, and was invalided home in May 1915, through wounds. He proceeded to the Dardanelles in August of that year, and was in action at the Landing at Sulva Bay, and the engagement at Chunuk Bair. In February 1916 he was transferred to Mesopotamia, and rendered valuable services during the attempted Relief of Kut, and the later fighting. He made the supreme sacrifice, being killed in action in February 1917, and was entitled to the 1914-15 Star, and the General Service and Victory Medals. “Great deeds cannot die.” 25, Boundary Street, Newton, Manchester. KEY, E. (Mrs.), Special War Worker For more than two years this lady rendered valuable services in the Cartridge Filling Department of Woolwich Arsenal. She worked through a number of air raids, and was on duty at the time of the Silvertown explosion. She gave entire satisfaction throughout, and after relinquishing her duties, still suffered from the effects of T.N.T. poisening. 8, Cardigan Place, Portsea.

Product Code: NT07
Format: N & M Reprint 2007 Soft back 376pp
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