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Collection by Alan Brigham

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British soldiers moving towards the frontline during the Battle of Broodseinde. Third Battle of Ypres, October Photo by Ernest Brooks World War One, First World, Battle Of Passchendaele, Battle Of Ypres, Soldier Silhouette, Cross Silhouette, Silhouette Vector, Ww1 Art, Otto Von Bismarck

CHRISTMAS ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918

Q 1630. British troops eating their Christmas dinner in a shell hole Beaumont Hamel 25th December 1916.

Private J Rawson, Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, prisoner of war… World War One, First World, Its Time To Stop, East Yorkshire, Forced Labor, Prisoners Of War, Wwi, Troops, Sick

BRITISH PRISONERS OF WAR IN GERMAN CAPTIVITY, 1914-1918

Q 31277. Private Norman A. Veitch of the 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment (army numbers 1141 and 240082) a POW returned from Germany. The private was taken prisoner on the 27th May 1918 and then sent to work on railway buildings behind the German lines until rendered too sick to continue work

Some of the thousands of men who volunteered for the "Pals" battalions of the East Yorkshire Regiment in Hull. Kingston Upon Hull, East Yorkshire, British Army, Newfoundland, World War I, Volunteers, Wwi, First World, Period

The Long, Long Trail – Researching soldiers of the British Army in the Great War of 1914-1919

The soldiers, units, regiments and battles of the British Army of the First World War, and how to research and understand them.

 Aerial photograph, Lantern slide from Cpt Frost's collection. ©IWM Q 43219 World War One, First World, Flanders Field, Wwi, Lantern, Photograph, Dragon, Cozy, France

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Q 43219. Air photograph. Plate 63 from Portfolio 10416. 11857. Lantern slide T. 13 from Capt. Frost's collection Oppy Wood.

Troops of the (Service) Battalion Hull), East Yorkshire Regiment, marching to the trenches. Near Doullens, June Battle of the Somme. ©IWM (Q Kingston Upon Hull, Battle Of The Somme, East Yorkshire, Military Personnel, World War I, Wwi, First World, Troops, History

THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME, JULY-NOVEMBER 1916

Q 741. Troops of the 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Hull) East Yorkshire Regiment marching to the trenches. Near Doullens 28th June 1916.

A group of officers of the Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment wash, shave and dress in their dugout near Roclincourt, 9 January Ww1 History, Kingston Upon Hull, East Yorkshire, Phd Student, Lest We Forget, British Army, World War I, Thing 1 Thing 2, Wwi

Voices of the First World War: Trench Life

That bloody great thing’d come up there and stand up on its back legs and gnaw something like that, you know. I used to line the sights up and give them one round of ball, bang! Blow ‘em to nothing.

WWI. Aerial photograph of Oppy Wood, Arras area. ©IWM Q 56605 Flanders Field, Wwi, Fields, Photograph, Sunset, History, Photography, Historia, Photographs

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Q 56605. Aerial photograph of Oppy Wood Arras area. Sheet 51b B12 18.

British soldiers moving towards the frontline during the Battle of Broodseinde. Third Battle of Ypres, October Photo by Ernest Brooks World War One, First World, Battle Of Passchendaele, Battle Of Ypres, Soldier Silhouette, Cross Silhouette, Silhouette Vector, Ww1 Art, Otto Von Bismarck

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thisdayinwwi: “Oct 5 1917 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment going up to the line near Frezenberg during Third Battle of Ypres… https://t.co/grcT0ki3Rs...

Shell damaged trees in Oppy Wood, October Pilgrimage, Wwi, Westerns, Shell, Trees, Tree Structure, Wood, Conch, Bookshelves

PILGRIMAGE TO THE WESTERN FRONT IN 1919

HU 109151. Shell damaged trees in Oppy Wood October 1919.

Survivors of the original Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment ( the Hull Pals) taken at St Omer in December Originally the battalion would have had men. (c) Hull Museums. Ww1 Timeline, East Yorkshire, First World, Museums, Railroad Tracks, Egypt, December, War, The Originals

Survivors of the original 10th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment - WW1 Timeline

The battalion went to Egypt in December 1915, then was moved to France in March 1916 as part of the 92nd Brigade, 31st Division. There the battalion took part in some of the toughest fighting of the war, participating in the Battle...

Battalion crossing No Man's Land at Thiepval 1916 No Mans Land, Land Art, World War I, Wwi, Aesthetics, History, Image, World War One, Historia

History of Regiments

Regiments have always been proud of their tradiitons and customs. Find out more about the Battle Honours carried on the Colours, Nicknames of the Regiments, how regimental traditions started or find out about the Regimental Marches.

East Yorkshire Regiment-Bantams or Bttn? East Yorkshire, Morrisons, Old Things, Army, Pictures, Gi Joe, Photos, Military

East Yorkshire Regiment-Bantams (9th or 18th Bttn?)

I posted a photo some years back of a group of EY Regt NCOs. I had no joy in tracking any of them down, but in Morrisons supermarket in Beverley last week I noticed another of their photos showing the East Yorkshire Regt. (They have a small display in the foyer as the store is built on the old Vi...

Oppy under shell fire during the Battle of Arras, May (c) IWM (Q Ww1 Timeline, Flanders Field, East Yorkshire, Wwi, First World, World War, Battle, History, Shell

East Yorkshire Regiment suffers heavy losses at Oppy Wood - WW1 Timeline

The village of Oppy in France had been in German hands since October 1914 and was part of a formidable defensive system including trenches, dug-outs and thick barbed wire defences. During the Battle of Arras, which began in April 1917, the British tried...