1/4TH   BATTALION
Alexandra,  Princess   of   Wales's   Own
YORKSHIRE   REGIMENT
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Page 1      Introduction, Acknowledgements, Links, and how to CONTACT.
Page 2      The Origins of the Battalion.
Page 2a    The Annual Camp 1913.
Page 3a    1914. Start of the First World War. Home defence. Training.
Page 3b    1914. Start of the First World War. Home defence. Training.
Page 4      1915 April. The Ypres Salient. Battle of St Julien.
Page 5      1915 April. The Battle of St Julien.
Page 6      1915 April. Gas. The Battle of St Julien.
Page 7      1915 May. Battle of St Julien losses.
Page 8      1915 May. Out of the Line. The Division is renamed.
Page 9      1915 May. The Battle of Bellewaarde.
Page 10    1915 May/June. Bellewaarde - Losses.
Page 11    1915 June/July. In the Line Neuve Eglise, Kemmel Sector
Page 12    1915 August - To Armentieres.
Page 13    1915 Sep/Oct - Armentieres.
Page 14    1915 October - Armentieres.
Page 15    1915 Oct/Nov - Armentieres.
Page 16    1915 Nov/Dec Armentieres/Merris.
Page 17    1915 December. Back to the Ypres Salient.
Page 18    1915/6 Dec/Jan. Armagh Wood.
Page 19    1916 Jan/Feb. Armagh Wood - Hill 60.
Page 20    1916 Feb. Mine Explosion on Hill 60.
Page 21    1916 Feb. Hill 60. Armagh Wood.
Page 22    1916 March. Armagh Wood. CO Killed.
Page 23    1916 March/April. Kemmel.
Page 24    1916 April/May. Resting Fletre. Back to Kemmel.
Page 25    1916 June. Kemmel - Friendly Fire - To Camp.
Page 26    1916 June/July. Trenches at Kemmel.
Page 27    1916 July. Kemmel. Deaths at Home.
Page 28    1916 July/August. From Kemmel to the Somme.
Page 29    1916 Aug/Sep. Training. - Battle of Flers-Courcelettes.
Page 30    1916 September. Battle of Flers-Courcelettes - Martinpuich.
Page 31    1916 September. Flers Courcelettes. Thiepval Memorial.
Page 32    1916 September. Flers Courcelettes. Losses.
Page 33    1916 September. Flers Courcelettes. Attack repelled.
Page 34    1916 October. Training. Back to Martinpuich.
Page 35    1916 Oct/Nov. Flers Line.
Page 36    1916 November. The Front between Martinpuich and Flers.
Page 37    1916/7 Dec/Feb. Move to Left Flank of French Sector.
Page 38    1917 Feb/March. Front Line at Belloy.
Page 39    1917 April. To Arras.
Page 40    1917 April. Bravery at Arras - Capt D.P. Hirsch. VC.
Page 41    1917 April. The Arras Memorial.
Page 42    1917 April. The Arras Memorial.
Page 43    1917 April. Arras Burial Sites.
Page 44    1917 May. More Deaths. Move to Famechon training.
Page 45    1917 May. Famechon and Bayencourt.
Page 46    1917 June/July. In the line at Arras.
Page 47    1917 September. Front line at Wancourt, Guemappe, Arras.
Page 48    1917 October. Back to the Ypres Salient.
Page 49    1917 Nov/Dec. Last Days of Passchendaele.
Page 50    1917/8 Dec/Jan. Holding the Front at Ypres.
Page 51    1918 Feb/March. Last Farewell to Ypres.
Page 52    1918 March. The Battle of St Quentin.
Page 53    1918 March. German Offensive - Michael.
Page 54    1918 March. German advance - Pozieres Memorial.
Page 55    1918 March. Heavy losses on both sides.
Page 56    1918 Mar/April. From the River Somme to the River Lys.
Page 57    1918 April. German Offensive - Battle of Estaires.
Page 58    1918 April. Losses at Estaires - Ploegsteert Memorial.
Page 59    1918 April/May. From the River Lys to the River Aisne.
Page 60    1918 May. German Offensive Blucher-Yorck.
Page 61    1918 May. The 150th Brigade decimated.
Page 62    1918 May/June. The end of the 4th Yorks as a fighting Unit.
Page 63    1918 July/November. The last weeks of the War.
Page 64    Prisoners of War.
Page 65    Prisoners of War.
Page 66    Prisoners of War.
Page 66a  After the War. The 4th Yorks Battn reborn.
Page 66b  The 2/4th and 3/4th Yorks Reserve Battalions.
5thBn       THE 1/5th YORKS BATTALION WAR DIARY.
PDiary      PERSONAL WAR DIARY OF CPL JOE HOWE.
Photos      More Photographs and Stories.
Orders      Standing Orders, Instructions etc.
Letters     Letters, Telegrams and Cards.
News        Newspaper Reports.
Equipm't   Equipment. Medals.
Forms       Army Forms used in the First World War.
E-mail       E-mails about the website.

MEN OF THE BATTALION WHO DIED IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

Page 67     Abdale to Beaver.
Page 68     Beaver to Bruce.
Page 69     Bruce to Clay.
Page 70     Cleaver to Dixon.
Page 71     Dixon to Fish.
Page 72     Fisher to Greenfield.
Page 73     Greensides to Hogg.
Page 74     Hogg to Johnson.
Page 75     Johnson to Longstaff.
Page 76     Lonsdale to Moorhouse.
Page 77     Mordew to Peterson.
Page 78     Pickersgill to Scott.
Page 79     Scott to Stuart.
Page 80     Styles to Waller.
Page 81     Waller to Wright.
Page 82     OFFICERS.










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