The Border Regiment in the Great War (forum archive)

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File alt font awesome.svg Posted by kerchi » Tue Mar 11, 2008 12:00 am
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Kerchi
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In memory of
John Bardgett
(15309 L/Cpl.)

11th Border Regiment
Who died 1st July 1916.
I have to admit that this book can be a strain at times to get through but this really is the bible of the Border Regiment. This book covers the history of the regiment during the First World War and gives incredibly detailed insights to the different battalions and their actions/movements during this period. As there are few decent books published about any of the battalions or the regiment in general, this is a must have if you are starting out with your research. Even if you know your history, this is a valuable resource to have.
File alt font awesome.svg Posted by spike » Fri Mar 14, 2008 10:36 pm
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In memory of
John Farrer
(19455 Pte.)

11th Border Regiment
k.i.a. 1st July 1916
I am willing to do look ups on request from members from this book....or I'm sure Chris is also.....
File alt font awesome.svg Posted by kerchi » Sun Mar 16, 2008 3:29 pm
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Kerchi
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Posts: 2160
In memory of
John Bardgett
(15309 L/Cpl.)

11th Border Regiment
Who died 1st July 1916.
Yes, I will also do look-ups from this book. Let me know the details and I will get back to you as soon as I can with an answer, hopefully one you are looking for! Twemoji 1f609.svg