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Attack of the 2nd Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, at Hooge, Germany, 9 August 1915 by Gerald Hudson.  Date painted: 1920s

Attack of the Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, at Hooge, Germany, 9 August 1915 by Gerald Hudson.

DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY Main Title (IWM 399)

IWM One or more battalions of the Durham Light Infantry in the rear areas of the Western Front autumn

WW1-Private-Northumberland-Fusiliers-together-with-family-Wakefield-Photographer

WW1 Private Northumberland Fusiliers together with family Wakefield Photographer

Private Northumberland Fusiliers together with family Wakefield Photographer in Collectables, Militaria, World War I Photographs

John Andrew Wilson, of Wallsend, born 1884, died 1 July 1916, aged 32. 18540, Company Sgt Major, 15 Batt, Durham Light Infantry. Joyce Bell of Woodstock, Georgia, USA, his granddaughter, tells his story: Grandpa Wilson joined up in Aug 1914 and was sent to France in 1915. The 15th DLI took part in the Somme offensive and went over the top on the morning of 1 Jul 1916 into murderous machine gun and artillery fire. The British and Commonwealth Armies suffered 60,000 casualties within the…

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John Andrew Wilson, of Wallsend, born 1884, died 1 July 1916, aged 32. 18540, Company Sgt Major, 15 Batt, Durham Light Infantry. Joyce Bell of Woodstock, Georgia, USA, his granddaughter, tells his story: Grandpa Wilson joined up in Aug 1914 and was sent to France in 1915. The 15th DLI took part in the Somme offensive and went over the top on the morning of 1 Jul 1916 into murderous machine gun and artillery fire. The British and Commonwealth Armies suffered 60,000 casualties within the…

Actions of St. Eloi Craters. Troops of the Northumberland Fusiliers, 3rd Division, wearing German helmets and gas masks captured at St. Eloi, 27 March 1916 Imperial War Museum image Q495

Actions of St. Troops of the Northumberland Fusiliers, Division, wearing German helmets and gas masks captured at St.

Soldiers of the 6th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry standing beside a railway engine, en route to France, taken by PHB Lyon, April 1915 (D/DLI 7/424/2(28))

Soldiers of the Battalion The Durham Light Infantry standing beside a railway engine, en route to France, taken by PHB Lyon, April 1915 (D/DLI

"Private W. Wheatley of 'A' Company, 6th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division, fires his Bren gun from a ruined house in Douet, near Bayeux, 11 June 1944." (Imperial War Museum caption)

"Private W. Wheatley of 'A' Company, Battalion Durham Light Infantry, (Northumbrian) Infantry Division, fires his Bren gun from a ruined house.

Durham Light Infantry 18th Battalion football team, 1917

Northumbrians in WW1 on

“Durham Light Infantry Battalion football team, Major Grubb looks a hard taskmaster.

Durham Light Infantry guard on the Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, March 1919.

Durham Light Infantry guard on the Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, March

Men of the 13th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry (23rd Division), rest in a communication trench before the attack on Veldhoek, one of the battles of Third Ypres (Passchendaele), September 1917. In addition to their personal arms...

Men of the Battalion, Durham Light Infantry Division), rest in a communication trench before the attack on Veldhoek, one of the battles of Third Ypres (Passchendaele), September In addition to their personal arms.

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