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The History of The 6th (Service) Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment: 1914 - 1919 By Colonel F.G. Spring
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The 6th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment was raised in August 1914 and sailed for Gallipoli in July 1915. Upon arrival, the Battalion was almost immediately thrown into action at the Suvla Bay... More > landings on 6 August 1915. The 6th Lincolns continued to serve at Gallipoli until the evacuation of Suvla. Following a period of respite in Egypt, the Battalion was transferred to the Western Front where it served until Armistice. Compiled from a previously unpublished manuscript written in the 1920’s, this book provides a unique and colourful account of the Battalion’s history throughout WW1, as told by Colonel F.G. Spring who served with the Battalion in 1915. The book also contains a Roll of Honour listing the names of all those who died with the Battalion, as well as the citations for those awarded medals for gallantry. Given that the Battalion War Diary for Gallipoli was lost, this publication is represents the most comprehensive account of the 6th Lincolns during the Great War.< Less
The 46th (North Midland) Division at Lens in 1917 By Lieut. P.S.C. Campbell-Johnston
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The units of the 46th (North Midland) Division came from Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Having sailed for France in February 1915 it became the first... More > complete territorial division to serve on the Western Front. It was transferred to the Loos sector in October and hastily thrown against a German strongpoint – the Hohenzollern Redoubt – on the afternoon of the 13 October 1915. The disaster which followed this attack was repeated the following year on the opening day of the battle of the Somme, when it sustained heavy losses during the diversionary attack at Gommecourt. This book details the Division’s involvement in the fighting around Lens in the summer of 1917. This much overlooked period of the Division’s history helped re-established its reputation as a formidable fighting unit which was borne out the following year when it successfully crossed the St. Quentin Canal – famously breaking the Hindenburg Line.< Less
Lincolnshire Regiment Gallantry Citations: 4th Battalion T.F. By Poacher Books
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Full citations for all gallantry medals awarded to the officers and men of the 4th Lincolnshire Regiment T.F. during the Great War.
Lincolnshire Regiment Gallantry Citations: 5th Battalion T.F. 1914-1918 By Poacher Books
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Full citations for all gallantry medals made to the officers and men of the 5th Lincolnshire Regiment T.F. during the Great War.
Lincolnshire Regiment Gallantry Citations: The Distinguished Conduct Medal 1914-1918 By Poacher Books
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Full citations for all awards of the Distinguished Conduct Medal made to soldiers of the Lincolnshire Regiment during the Great War.
The 46th (North Midland) Division at Lens in 1917 By Lieut. P.S.C. Campbell-Johnston
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The units of the 46th (North Midland) Division came from Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Having sailed for France in February 1915 it became the first... More > complete territorial division to serve on the Western Front. It was transferred to the Loos sector in October and hastily thrown against a German strongpoint – the Hohenzollern Redoubt – on the afternoon of the 13 October 1915. The disaster which followed this attack was repeated the following year on the opening day of the battle of the Somme, when it sustained heavy losses during the diversionary attack at Gommecourt. This book details the Division’s involvement in the fighting around Lens in the summer of 1917. This much overlooked period of the Division’s history helped re-established its reputation as a formidable fighting unit which was borne out the following year when it successfully crossed the St. Quentin Canal – famously breaking the Hindenburg Line.< Less
The History of The 6th (Service) Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment 1914 - 1919 By Colonel F.G. Spring
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The 6th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment was raised in August 1914 and sailed for Gallipoli in July 1915. Upon arrival, the Battalion was almost immediately thrown into action at the Suvla Bay... More > landings on 6 August 1915. The 6th Lincolns continued to serve at Gallipoli until the evacuation of Suvla. Following a period of respite in Egypt, the Battalion was transferred to the Western Front where it served until Armistice. Compiled from a previously unpublished manuscript written in the 1920’s, this book provides a unique and colourful account of the Battalion’s history throughout WW1, as told by Colonel F.G. Spring who served with the Battalion in 1915. The book also contains a Roll of Honour listing the names of all those who died with the Battalion, as well as the citations for those awarded medals for gallantry. Given that the Battalion War Diary for Gallipoli was lost, this publication is represents the most comprehensive account of the 6th Lincolns during the Great War.< Less
War Diaries of the Lincolnshire Regiment: 2/4th Battalion T.F. By Poacher Books
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The complete digitalised War Diary of the 2/4th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment (T.F.) in searchable PDF format. The War Diary details the Battalion's service on the Western Front for the period... More > February 1917 - January 1918. National Archives Reference: WO 95/3023.< Less
The History of The 6th (Service) Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment 1914 - 1919 By Colonel F.G. Spring
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The 6th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment was raised in August 1914 and sailed for Gallipoli in July 1915. Upon arrival, the Battalion was almost immediately thrown into action at the Suvla Bay... More > landings on 6 August 1915. The 6th Lincolns continued to serve at Gallipoli until the evacuation of Suvla. Following a period of respite in Egypt, the Battalion was transferred to the Western Front where it served until Armistice. Compiled from a previously unpublished manuscript written in the 1920’s, this book provides a unique and colourful account of the Battalion’s history throughout WW1, as told by Colonel F.G. Spring who served with the Battalion in 1915. The book also contains a Roll of Honour listing the names of all those who died with the Battalion, as well as the citations for all recipients awarded medals for gallantry. Given that the Battalion War Diary for Gallipoli was lost, this publication is represents the most comprehensive account of the 6th Lincolns during the Great War.< Less
The History of The 6th (Service) Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment 1914 - 1919 By Colonel F.G. Spring
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The 6th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment was raised in August 1914 and sailed for Gallipoli in July 1915. Upon arrival, the Battalion was almost immediately thrown into action at the Suvla Bay... More > landings on 6 August 1915. The 6th Lincolns continued to serve at Gallipoli until the evacuation of Suvla. Following a period of respite in Egypt, the Battalion was transferred to the Western Front where it served until Armistice. Compiled from a previously unpublished manuscript written in the 1920’s, this book provides a unique and colourful account of the Battalion’s history throughout WW1, as told by Colonel F.G. Spring who served with the Battalion in 1915. The book also contains a Roll of Honour listing the names of all those who died with the Battalion, as well as the citations for those awarded medals for gallantry. Given that the Battalion War Diary for Gallipoli was lost, this publication is represents the most comprehensive account of the 6th Lincolns during the Great War.< Less