HISTORY OF THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT IN THE GREAT WAR

by Col. Arthur Crookenden

Publisher: Naval & Military Press

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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages456
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    Open LibraryOL8966468M
    ISBN 10184734500X
    ISBN 109781847345004

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The History Of The Cheshire Regiment In The Great War: History Of The Cheshire Regiment In The Great War Paperback – Febru by Col Arthur Crookenden (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings.

See all 11 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions/5(4). Buy History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War by Arthur Crookenden, Col Arthur Crookenden at Barnes & Noble. Covid Safety Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help All Books ebooks NOOK Textbooks Newsstand Teens & YA Kids Toys Games & Collectibles Stationery & Gifts Movies & TV Music Book AnnexPrice: $ HISTORY OF THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT IN THE GREAT WAR The war record of fifteen battalions of the Regiment that between them saw action on the Western Front, in Italy, Gallipoli, Mesopotamia, Palestine and Macedonia.

Roll of Honour (other ranks by battalions), list of Honours and Awards. DETAILS. The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War written by the Colonel of the Regiment, with illustrations including photographs and fold-out maps.

Second edition. Privately printed, with a preface to second edition: 'Advantage has been taken of the demand for a second edition to make certain additions and corrections.

The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War Excerpt The night 23rd/24th was quiet, but in anticipation of attack, our artillery began " counter-preparation " at 5 a.m. on the 24th. Soon after this hour, the troops holding Beugny began to withdraw.

The 6th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, was a prewar Territorial battalion that recruited in the North Cheshire towns of Stockport, Hyde and Stalybridge, together with the Derbyshire town of Glossop.

The majority of its part-time soldiers worked in the areas cotton mills and hat making factories. The history of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War. description Object description. Includes index. Show more.

Object details Category Books Related period First World War (content), First World War (content) Creator CROOKENDEN, ARTHUR (Author) W.H. Evans] (Publisher) Place made Chester. The History Of The Cheshire Regiment In The Great War: History Of The Cheshire Regiment In The Great War Paperback – 13 Feb.

by Col Arthur Crookenden (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings. See all 15 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions/5(6). The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War by Arthur Crookenden,Colonel of the Regiment,Published and Printed by D. & G. Military Publishers, Hardback, is in good condition, All pages appear present, All Illustrations and Maps appear no list to confer with, On front cover inside page is a Booksellers sticker for: Spink & Thackray Ltd, Leeds Tel.(), Seller Inventory.

The Cheshire HISTORY OF THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT IN THE GREAT WAR book was a line infantry regiment of the British Army, part of the Prince of Wales' Division. The 22nd Regiment of Foot was raised by the Duke of Norfolk in and was able to boast an independent existence of over years.

The regiment was expanded in as part of the Childers Reforms by the linking of the 22nd Regiment of Foot and the militia and rifle volunteers of Cheshire.

The 6th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, was a prewar Territorial battalion that recruited in the North Cheshire towns of Stockport, Hyde and Stalybridge, together with the Derbyshire town of Glossop.

The majority of its part-time soldiers worked in the area’s cotton mills Reviews: 3. Col. Harrison Johnston 15th Battalion Cheshire Regiment. Johnston Harrison served with the 15th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment.

His diary was published as Extracts from an officer's diary,being the story of the 15th and 16th Service Battalions, the Cheshire Regiment (originally Bantams) by Geo Falkner & Sons in The 6th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, was a pre-war Territorial battalion that recruited in the North Cheshire towns of Stockport, Hyde and Stalybridge, together with the Derbyshire town of : £ The 6th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, was a prewar Territorial battalion that recruited in the North Cheshire towns of Stockport, Hyde and Stalybridge, together with the Derbyshire town of Glossop.

The majority of its part-time soldiers worked in the area’s cotton mills and hat making factories. THE HISTORY OF THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT IN THE GREAT WAR.

by Crookenden, (Arthur), Colonel of the Regiment ;- and a great selection of related books, art. War History of the 6th Battalion: The Cheshire Regiment (T.F.) Compiled by: Charles Smith: Contributor: 6th Cheshire Old Comrades' Association (England) Publisher: 6th Cheshire Old Comrades' Association, Length: 68 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

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In the Great War 38 battalions were raised by the Cheshire Regiment. At the outset of the war in the 1st Battalion was exposed to the brunt of two German Army Corps at the village of Audregnies near Mons. Their heroic stand saved the British Expeditionary Force from a disaster and is celebrated as a second Regimental Day on 24 August.

The regimental history makes no mention of any major activity during October. You will need to look up the War Diary to see what is recorded for the day, but my guess is that the battalion was probably "holding the line" in the trenches and he was killed shellfire.

The Regiment then went on to serve in Burma (), during The Second Boer War (–) and two World Wars. The British infantry was once again restructured in and the Cheshire Regiment was amalgamated with the Staffordshire and Worcestershire & Sherwood Regiments to form the Mercian Regiment.

The 6th Battalion the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War by John Hartley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Books Production date Creator FIRST HUNDRED YEARS (Author) FOURTH BATTALION THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT (Author) MCGUINNESS, J.H. (Author) W.H.

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LBY Object. About this Item: G T Cheshire & Sons Ltd, Kidderminster, Cloth. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. A large volume in good condition detailing the involvement of the Worcestershire Regiment throughout the Great War.

The boards of green cloth have general edge wear and a split along the front of spine as this is a large heavy volume.

The 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment was a regular unit of the British Army and was in Londonderry when war broke out in August with 15th Brigade in 5th Division. They sailed from Belfast to France to join the British Expeditionary Force, landing at Le Havre on the 16th of August Buy The 6th Battalion the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War by John Hartley () from Boomerang Books, Australia's Online Independent Bookstore.

The 6th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, was a Territorial Force unit of the British Army. Formed in from Volunteer units recruited in Cheshire sinceit was one of the first TF units to go to the Western Front in World War I.

It had a wandering existence, moving frequently from one command to another, seeing a considerable amount of combat at the Somme, Ypres, during the German Spring Offensive. Booktopia has 6th Battalion Cheshire Regiment in Great War, A Territorial Battalion on the Western Front - by JOHN HARTLEY.

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Fantastic book, great read, great for reference or just an insight into the regiment during WW1. Would strongly recommend this book, for anyone with an interest in military history, Ww1, or The Cheshire regiment.5/5(1). Soldiers of the 11th Cheshire Regiment in a trench near La Boisselle, First World War Both regular battalions deployed to the Western Front in 1st Battalion stayed there for the duration of the First World War (), but suffered casualties at Audregnies during the Battle of Mons in August 2nd Battalion transferred.

This is a splendid history of the 6th Battalion, The Manchester Regiment in the First World War. Royal Air Force History Magazine. Military historians will love reading this book which is a descriptive and moving account this brave battalion, a pre-war territorial unit that fought throughout the Great : £.

Get this from a library! War history of the 6th Battalion: the Cheshire Regiment (T.F.). [Charles Smith; 6th Cheshire Old Comrades' Association (England)].Get this from a library! 6th Battalion the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War: a territorial battalion on the Western Front [John Hartley] -- The 6th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, was a pre-war Territorial battalion that recruited in the North Cheshire towns of Stockport, Hyde and Stalybridge, together with the Derbyshire town of.Worcestershire Regiment In The Great War: By Captain H.

FitzM Stacke, M.C. Published in Publisher: G. T. Cheshire & Sons Ltd, Kidderminster. History of the twelve fighting battalions - on the Western front, at Gallipoli, in Mesopotamia, Macedonia, Italy and Persia.