Private J Rawson, 4th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, prisoner of war returned from Germany in an emaciated condition, taken prisoners on 27th May 1918 and then sent out to work on railway buildings behind the German lines until rendered too sick for privations to continue work, when he was sent to Langensabra, until returned to England.

Private J Rawson, Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, prisoner of war…

Some of the thousands of men who volunteered for the "Pals" battalions of the East Yorkshire Regiment in Hull.

Battalions of the Regular Army Battalion August 1914 : in York.

Troops of the 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Hull), East Yorkshire Regiment, marching to the trenches. Near Doullens, 28th June 1916. WW1, Battle of the Somme. ©IWM (Q 741)

Troops of the (Service) Battalion Hull), East Yorkshire Regiment, marching to the trenches. Near Doullens, June Battle of the Somme. ©IWM (Q

Officers of the East Yorkshire Regiment wash, shave and dress in their dugout. Q 10623

Officers of the East Yorkshire Regiment wash, shave and dress in their dugout. Q 10623

WWI, Oppy Wood. Aerial photograph, Lantern slide T.13 from Cpt Frost's collection. ©IWM Q 43219

Aerial photograph, Lantern slide from Cpt Frost's collection. ©IWM Q 43219

WWI, Shell damaged trees in Oppy Wood, Oct 1919. Pilgrimage to the Western Front ©IWM HU 109151

HU Shell damaged trees in Oppy Wood October

WWI. Aerial photograph of Oppy Wood, Arras area. ©IWM Q 56605

Q Aerial photograph of Oppy Wood Arras area.

Oppy under shell fire during the Battle of Arras, May 1917. (c) IWM (Q 37358).

Oppy under shell fire during the Battle of Arras, May (c) IWM (Q

Joe & Elsie Crawforth

Joe & Elsie Crawforth


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