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30th Foot at the Storming of Badajoz by Richard Simkin.


30th Foot at the Storming of Badajoz by Richard Simkin.

Badajoz, 6th April 1812 in North West Spain on the River Guadiana. The siege began on the 17th March and was finally captured on 6th April. The British lost more than 4,800 men.
Item Code : VAR020430th Foot at the Storming of Badajoz by Richard Simkin. - Editions Available
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East Lancashire Regiment by Harry Payne.


East Lancashire Regiment by Harry Payne.

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Second Lieutenant A. V. Smith Throws Himself On A Live Bomb, Sacrificing His Life For His Comrades.


Second Lieutenant A. V. Smith Throws Himself On A Live Bomb, Sacrificing His Life For His Comrades.

Second Lieutenant Alfred Victor Smith, of the 1/5th Battalion, the East Lancashire Regiment (T.F.) was throwing a grenade, when it slipped from his hand and fell to the bottom of the trench, close to several British officers and men. He shouted, and he jumped clear, but seeing that the others could not get into cover, he returned without any hesitation and flung down on the grenade. The explosion instantly killed him. For this set of most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice he was awarded the V.C.
Item Code : DTE0848Second Lieutenant A. V. Smith Throws Himself On A Live Bomb, Sacrificing His Life For His Comrades. - Editions Available
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PRINT First World War antique black and white book plate published c.1916-18 of glorious acts of heroism during the Great War. This plate may also have text on the reverse side which does not affect the framed side. Title and text describing the event beneath image as shown.
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Private W. Young Assisting To Bring In A Wounded Non-Commissioned Officer, After He Himself Had Both Jaws Shattered.


Private W. Young Assisting To Bring In A Wounded Non-Commissioned Officer, After He Himself Had Both Jaws Shattered.

On seeing that his Sergeant had been wounded, Private William Young, of the East Lancashire Regiment, left his trench to attend to him under very heavy fire. The wounded non-commissioned officer requested Private Young to get under cover, but he refused, and was almost immediately very seriously wounded by having both jaws shattered. Notwithstanding his terrible injuries, young continued endeavouring to affect the rescue upon which he had set his mind, and eventually succeeded with the aid of another soldier. He then went unaided to the dressing station, where it was discovered that he had also been wounded by a rifle bullet in the chest. The great fortitude, determination, courage, and devotion to duty displayed by this soldier could hardly be surpassed. He was awarded the V.C.
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PRINT First World War antique black and white book plate published c.1916-18 of glorious acts of heroism during the Great War. This plate may also have text on the reverse side which does not affect the framed side. Title and text describing the event beneath image as shown.
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The East Lancashire Regiment (30th and 59th foot) by Richard Simkin


The East Lancashire Regiment (30th and 59th foot) by Richard Simkin

Item Code : UN0310The East Lancashire Regiment (30th and 59th foot) by Richard Simkin - Editions Available
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The 30th East Lancashire by Frank Feller (P)


The 30th East Lancashire by Frank Feller (P)

Item Code : UN0484The 30th East Lancashire by Frank Feller (P) - Editions Available
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Private T. Bull Hurling Bombs At The Enemy From The Parapet Of Their Trench.


Private T. Bull Hurling Bombs At The Enemy From The Parapet Of Their Trench.

At 5 a.m. on May 9th 1915, the British artillery began to bombard the German lines at Rouges Bancs. Half an hour later the attack was begun. The British went forward with great dash, capturing the enemys first line trenches and a few points beyond. But the German line was very strong, and from numerous fortified positions the enemy directed a withering fire against the British. With an officer and four men, Private T. Bull, of the Northamptonshire Regiment, succeeded in reaching the parapet of the enemys trench at a particular point in their lines, and all except Bull lay down. He was the only bomb thrower of the party, and the only man to survive. For his conspicuous gallantry and determination he was awarded the D.C.M.
Item Code : DTE0170Private T. Bull Hurling Bombs At The Enemy From The Parapet Of Their Trench. - Editions Available
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The Cambridgeshires 1914 to 1919 by Brigadier General E Riddell and Colonel M C Clayton.


The Cambridgeshires 1914 to 1919 by Brigadier General E Riddell and Colonel M C Clayton.

Originally The Cambridgeshires were a line regiment, 30th Foot, raised in 1702. Following the Cardwell Reforms it became, in 1881, 1st Battalion East Lancashire Regiment. However, it continued to exist as a Volunteer regiment till 1908 when, with the creation of the Territorial Force by Haldane, it became a TF Regiment. When war broke out it was stationed in Cambridge, with the East Midland Brigade, East Anglian Division - a TF formation. In February 1915 it left the division and went to France where it joined the 82nd Brigade, 27th Division, a regular army formation which had been created in November/December 1914 from battalions returning from India, Hong Kong and Tsientsin. In November 1915 it was transferred to VII Corps troops and then became Training Battalion for Third Army. At the end of February 1916 it moved again - to 118th Brigade, 37th Division, and finally, in May 1918, it was again transferred, this time to 35th Brigade, 12th Division with whom it saw out the war.
Item Code : NMP8701The Cambridgeshires 1914 to 1919 by Brigadier General E Riddell and Colonel M C Clayton. - Editions Available
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History of the Thirtieth Regiment, Now the First Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 1689 - 1881.  by Lieut Col Neil Bannatyne (1923)


History of the Thirtieth Regiment, Now the First Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 1689 - 1881. by Lieut Col Neil Bannatyne (1923)

An updated and expanded 1923 edition of a history of the old Thirtieth Regiment, later the 1st East Lancashire Regiment, from its formation in 1689 down to 1881, first published in 1887. The author draws on newly-available material in the Public Record Office, the British Museum and the Royal United Service Institution to compile this compelling record of one of the British Armys oldest units. Raised in the year after the Glorious Revolution which brought William III to the throne, the 30th first saw service in the wars with France that the King fought in defence of his Duch homeland. It was disbanded, but then promptly raised again as Marines to fight against France in the War of the Spanish Succession, taking part in the successful capture and subsequent defence of the Rock of Gibraltar.
Item Code : NMP6258History of the Thirtieth Regiment, Now the First Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 1689 - 1881. by Lieut Col Neil Bannatyne (1923) - Editions Available
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