2/4th Battalion War Diary, May 1915
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| 2/4th Border Regiment War Diary Transcriptions (1915-1918)|
The National Archives WO/95/????
|Transcribed from the War Diary of the 2/4th Border Regiment (1914-1919) and not the original war diary. This book was published by Carlisle book company Chas. Thurnam and Sons in 1920.|
Entries from this source have been heavily abridged from their original form. This version of the war diary should be seen as a brief summary of events rather than a comprehensive account of the battalion's actions.
|Place||Date||Hour||Summary of Events|
|“A” and “C” Companies, under the command of Captain J. E. C. Graham, proceeded to Kirkee as the Detachment for providing the British guards at the Arsenal and Ammunition Factory, in relief of the 2/4th Wiltshire Regiment. Musketry was commenced by “B” and “D” Companies on the Wanowrie range. Owing to the very large number of recruits in the Battalion, the majority of the men had to fire both Table A and Table B, which necessitated firing on the range until the end of May, 1916.|
References / notes
- National Archives Catalogue Reference: WO/95/????
- The transcription above is available under the National Archives Open Government Licence for public sector information.