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The Liverpool Scottish was the 10th Battalion of the King's (Liverpool) Regiment, a Territorial battalion. The battalion landed in France in November 1914, one of the earliest to join the British Expeditionary Force, and later that month is joined the 9th Brigade, 3rd Division, a regular army formation of the original British Expeditionary Force, remaining with it to the end of 1915. All this time was spent in the Salient. In January 1916 it joined the 166th Brigade in France in the re-formed 55th West Lancashire Division with which it served for the rest of the war. This division claimed the highest number of Victoria Crosses in a non-regular division, among them the only VC and Bar to be awarded in the Great War, Noel Chavasse RAMC, who was the Liverpool Scottish battalion Medical Officer until dying of wounds received winning his second VC in the Salient in August 1917. Reprint of the 1930 original edition.
  • AUTHOR: McGilchrist, A
  • FORMAT: 333pp 12 maps Pb
  • Code: 26262

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