NORTH IRISH HORSE IN THE GREAT WAR

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Already in France in August 1914, the North Irish Horse were the first reservist regiment to see action – at Le Cateau. Acting as a rearguard during the BEF’s retreat to the Marne, they subsequently fought in most of the Great War’s major battles, including Ypres, the Somme, Passchendaele and Cambrai, and were heavily involved in the open warfare that led to the Armistice. A splendid history of an unusual and distinguished unit.

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