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mappe, 164 — 165 ; Monchy,
172 ; Lagni court, 190 ; Poly-
gon Wood, 193 — 195 ; Bremen
Redoubt, 193 — 194 ; Bulle-
court, 209 — 210; Noreuil, 226
s s 2



420



INDEX



— 227 ; Cherisy-Fontaine, 230 ;
Highland Ridge, 233 ; March
22nd, 1918..236 — 237, 240;
March 24th, 243 ; Crisolles,
247 note ; Arras, 252 ; the Lys,
257 — 258, 282 ; Battle of
Bapaume, 290 ; Gomiccourt,
296 ; Kemmel Hill, 296 ; Ecoust
302 ; Battle of Epehy, 306 ;
Ribecourt, 313 ; Forenville,
320 ; Ruesnes, 328 ; Army of
Occupation, 336

Fourth Bedfords, Ytres, 238 ;
Thilloy, 300

Fourth Dragoons, Noyelles, 206 —
207

Fourth King's R.R., Le Catelet,

319
Fourth Londons, Rue des Ber-
ceaux, 67 ; St. Jean, 70 ; Galli-
poli, 105; Gommecourt, in —
113; Ginchy, 134; Bullecourt
line, 174; Langemarck, 188;
Schuber Farm, 191 ; Passchen-
daele, 201 ; Tadpole Copse,
209 ; Fargniers, 234 ; Voeul,
237 : Oppy. 253—254 ; Han-
gard Wood, 259 — 260 ; Amiens,
287 — 288 ; Bullecourt, 292 —
293 ; Maricourt, 300 ; Epehy,
306 ; Palluel, 313 ; Sambre,

330

Fourth Middlesex, Mons, 35, 53

Fourth Ontario Battalion, 68

Fourth (Queen Augusta's) Guard
Grenadiers, 60

Fovargue, Lance-Corpl., 67

Fox, 9th Batt., 129

Frameries, 41

Franco-American attack, Septem-
ber 6th, 1918. .311

Frankfort Trench, 146

Franklin, Captain, 117

Franklin, 2nd Lieut. F., 69

Fred's Wood, 161

Freemantle, 2nd Lieut., 295

Freer, 100

Frelinghem, 76

French Army, advance in Galli-
poli, 98 ; Guillemont, 129 ;
plans to assist the, 168 — 174 ;
Poelcapelle, 197

French, Captain J. E., 266

French, Sir John, compliments
the 4th Batt., 49 ; admiration
for the Fusiliers, 58 ; his
reserve units, 77

Freyberg, 149

Fricourt, 134, 301

Fiicourt-Maricourt road, 300



Fromelles, 52, 53, 55, 71
Frontiersman, article quo'ed, 278
Frontiersmen of the 25th, 21 — 22
Frost, orderly, 106
Fuller, Captain, 186
Furnie, Captain, 160 — 161



Gallagher, Major A. E., 224

Galle, 2nd Lieut. Home, 176

Gallipoli, 26, 86 — 108

Galsworthy, 55

Galzignano, 228

Garhwal Brigade, 64

Garhwal Rifles, 71

Garland, Captain, 112

Garnons-Williams, Major R. D.,
12, 78 — 79

Garrood, 9th Batt., 117

Gas on the Western front first
released, 68 — 69 ; May 24th,
1915. .72

Gast, Captain, 167

Gavrelle, 166 — 168

Gavrelle-Roeux road, 169

Gee, Captain, 213 — 214

Geleide Brook, 183

Gell, Captain, 123

Genly, 42

Genoa, 227

Gentelles-Hangard line, 251

George V., H.M., visit to the
trenches, 63 ; inspects the 2nd
Battalion, 86 ; inspection at
Senlis, 129

German offensive, March, 19 18,
230 — 260 ; Germans in Galli-
poli, 97 — 98

Gheluvelt, 221, 316

Gheluvelt Wood, 194, 196

Gheluwe, 316 — 317

Ghissignies, 329

Ghlin, 35, 36

Ghlin-Mons bridges, defence, 35 —

37
Gibbs, Mr., reports, 127 note
Gibercourt, 235
Gibson, Captain, 164
Gibson, Major, 79
Gilmour, Brig. -Gen. R. Gordon,

15
Ginchy, 131, 134
Gitu, 272
Givenchy, 14, 261
Glencorse Wood, 186 — 188
Gluckstein, S. M., 14
Goddard, Captain, 148 — 149
Goddard, 2nd Lieut., 227
Godley, Private, 39
Goeben, the, 98 note



INDEX



421



Gomiecourt, 296 — 97
Gommecourt, m — 113, 254
Gonnelieu, 205
Gonnelieu trenches, 20S
Good Old Man Farm, 211
Goodliffe, 54, 111
Goolden, 2nd Lieut., 130
Gordon, Captain, 1st Batt., 178
Gordon, Lieut. -Col., 19th Batt.,

Gordons, the, 61

Gorre Wood, 258

Gorst, Lieut., 52, 57

Goudezonne Farm, 176

Gough, General, congratulates the

9th Batt., 84 ; plans of, 241
Gouzeaucourt, 306, 312
Gouzeaucourt-Cambrai road, 210

— 211
Grady, 2nd Lieut. W., 69
Graincourt, 218
Grand Riez, 52
Grand Rozoy, 46
Grandcourt Trench, 154 — 155
Grandru, Montagne de, 247 —

248
Grant, Captain, 124
Granville, Captain, 167
Gravenstafel, 68 ; defence line,

257
Gray, Captain, 186
Greathead, Captain A., 208
Greece, King of, inspection of the

3rd Batt., 267
Green, 9th Batt., 129
Green Jacket Ridge, 317
Green, Sergeant W, 13th Batt.,

333 and note
Greenland Hill, 168
Greenwood, 115
Grevillers, 245
Grevillers Trench, 18
Griffiths, Captain, 206
Ground, 2nd Lieut., 150
Guard, the Imperial, attack by,

60 — 61 ; the Prussian, at

Ovillers, 117
Guards, the Irish, thank the 9th

Batt., 81
Gubbins, Lieut.-Col., 84
Gudgeon, Captain, 99 — 100
Guemappe, 164 — 166
Guernsey Light Infantry, 214
Gueudecourt, 143, 246 — 247
Guignabaudit, General, 137 — 138
Guildhall, colours handed to the

Lord Mayor, 9
Guillemont, 124, 129 — 134
Guillemont Farm, 308
Gully, 154—155



Gully Beach, 99

Guyon, Lieut.-Col. G. S., 89, 100,
104, 105, in

Hachette Farm, 335

Hack, R.S.M., 131— 132

Haig, Sir Douglas, praise for the
8th and 9th Battalions, 84 ; on
the Somme battle, 129 ; plans,
152, 158, 204, 288, 315 ; on the
Army's position, 230 ; de-
spatches, 281 ; praise for the
Londons, 301 ; the offensive,
September, 19 18, 311 — 312

Hailles, 251

Halting, Lieut. -Gen. Sir R. C. B.,
compliments the 10th Batta-
lion, 163

Haldane, Lieut. -Gen., message to
the 3rd Division, 252

Haldane, Sergeant, 177 — 178

Hall, Lieut. -Gen., 208

Hallett, Corporal, 187

Hallowes, Lieut., E. P., 146

Halt, 55

Ham, 44

Hamel, 246, 284

Hamers Lane, 162

Hamilton, General Sir Ian, 48
note ; " Well done, Fusiliers,"
44 ; despatches, 86 note, 88,
90 note, 93 note, 98 note

Hamilton, 2nd Lieut. K. W., 146

Hampton, 2nd Lieut. R. W., 125

Hancock, Corporal, 203

Handeni, 272

Handyside, Captain, 112

Hangard, 251

Hangard, Wood, 259

Hanham, 2nd Lieut., 92

Hants, the, Royal Fusiliers linked
with, 96

Haplincourt, 240

Happy Valley, 132

Hardecourt, 301

Harding, Captain, Diary, 31

Harding, Lieut., 38

Hardman, Lieut., 85

Hare, Brig.-Gen. S. W., 88

Harfleur, 33

Harford, 100

Hargicourt, 44

Harp, the, 160

Harper, Captain, 200

Harrup, 2nd Lieut. F. C. L., 308

Harter, Lieut., 75

Hartley, Lieut.-Col., 290

Harveng, 336

Haut Pommereau, 53

Haute Deule, Canal de la, 325



422



INDEX



Haute Maison, 45, 294
Havard, 2nd Lieut. W. R., 113
Havre, 33, 64
Havrincourt, 304 — 306
Havrincourt Wood, 238, 304
Hawke Battalion, Passchendaele,

202
Hawker, Lieut. -Col., 10
Hawkesley, Private, 148
Hawkins, Captain K., 202, 232
Hawthorne Redoubt, 1 10
Haywood, 2nd Lieut. E. J., 105
Hazell, Sergeant, 155
Heaver, 9th Battalion, 129
Hebden, Major, 226
Hector, 2nd Lieut., 295
Hele-Shaw, Dr., 14
Helles, Cape, 105, 108
Hely-Hutchinson, Major, with the

4th Battalion, 13, 61, 74 — 75,

193 ; accident to, 129
Henderson, 2nd Lieut. W., 222
Heninel, 163, 166
Henry, Lieut. -Col. Vivian, 8
Hepburn, Captain G E., 63
Herbert, Major-General Lionel, 14
Herbert, 2nd Lieut., 120
Herenthage Wood, 59
Herlies, 51 — 54
Hermies, 205, 218, 303, 304
Hermon-Hodge, Captain R., 15
Hervilly, 226

Hesketh, Lieut. -Col. R. S. I., 9
Hewitt, 96

Hewlett, 2nd Lieut., 188
Heywood, 2nd Lieut., 150
Hickie, Major-Gen. W. B., 226
Hicks, Lieut. F. A., 290
Hiddingh, Lieut., 165
Hielle Farm, 178
High Beech, 22
High Wood, 119 — 120, 133, 143,

244
Highland Light Infantry, Bourlon,

218 ; Gomiecourt, 296
Highland Ridge, 231
Hill 40 . . 193 — 194 ; Hill 60 , . 180

Hill 114. .92, 93

141- -93
Hill, Lieut. W. E.,
" Hill Street," 132
Hills, 2nd Lieut., 226
Hindcnburg Line, 158, 175, 205,

216, 293, 304—3 5. 319
Hindenburg Support Trench, 210,

225
Hine, 2nd Lieut., 119
Hirson, 327
" History of the Royal Fusiliers

U. P. S.," reference to, 16 note



and note ; Hill
287



Hitchcock, Major Burnett, 264
Hobbs, Lieut., 47
Hodges, Lieut., 52
Hogneau stream, 332
Hohenzollern Redoubt, 79 — 80 ;

the Chord, 82
Holleny, 2nd Lieut., 72
Hollingworth, Captain, 119
Holnon, 306
Honnelle, 331
Honourable Artillery Company,

on the Ancre, 147 — 149
Hood, Captain, 197 — 198, 207
Hooge, 58, 77, 316
Hope, Captain, 334
Hope-Johnstone, Captain H. M.,

95—97
Hope-Johnstone, Lieut. -Col., 178

—180, 185
Hornchurch, 20
Hornfeck, Captain, 309, 328
Horse Guards' parade ground, 20
Hotel Cecil, India Room for re-
cruiting, 19
Houghton, Captain, 234
Houlthulst Forest, 203, 204
Hounslow depot, 5 — 8, 12
Houplines, 77
Houthem, 317
Howard, 2nd Lieut., 85
Howard, Captain, 4th Batt., 307
Howie, 2nd Lieut. J. P., 200
Howlett, Captain, 50
Huband, R.S.M., statement by,

98 note
Hudson, Major, 139
Husdon, 2nd Lieut., 254
Huggett, 96

Hughes, Private F. G., 291 — 292
Hughes, 2nd Lieut., 45, 48
Hughes, 2nd Lieut. A. E., 153
Hulloch, 81

Humphries, Captain W. T., 319
Hunter-Weston, Lieut. -Gen. Sir

Aylmer, 86
Hurtebise Farm, 320 — 321
Hutchinson, Colonel F. P., 13
Hyam, 2nd Lieut. A., 69
Hyde Park inspections, 15, 20



Imbros, 103

Impartial Trench, 179

Imperial Light Horse, 13

" Imperial recruits " at Houns-
low, 8

Implacable, H.M.S., at Gallipoli,
87—90

Inchy, 42, 43

Inchy en Artois, 303



INDEX



423



Indian troops at Rue Petillon, 62 ;

in Gallipoli, 98
Infantry Hill, 173
Inns of Court O.T.C., 207 note
Inverness Copse, 186 — 188
Irish Farm, 203
Irles, 158

Isaacs, 2nd Lieut. V. H., 308
Italian front, troops for the, 23,

220 ; Fusilier battalions in Italy

227 — 229
Italians in Salonika, 263 — 264
Ives, 2nd Lieut., 120

Jabotinsky, V., 26, 28
Jackson, Lieut., 46, 59
Jacobs, Captain J. H., 322
Jacobs, Lieut. -Gen. C. W., 141
Jacobs, 2nd Lieut., 132
Jacob's House, 194
Jager (18th) Division, 35
Jakes, Private Arthur, 187
James, orderly, 106
Jap Trench, 187
Jargon Trench, 187
Jarratt, Corporal G., 172
Jebens, Lieut., 91, 95
Jeffcoat, 2nd Lieut. S. F., 170
Jeffrey Avenue, 183 — 184
Jehovah Trench, 185
Jenkins, Lieut. C. R. W., 152
Jenkinson, Captain, 99
Jenlain, 331

Jepson, Captain A. G. L., 137
Jepson, 2nd Lieut., 104
Jerusalem, Jewish battalions in,
27 ; Jerusalem School of Music,
28

Jewish battalions, the, 25 — 28
" Jewish Regiment of Infantry,"
26

Jiljilia, 27

Johnson, Captain, 114

Johnson, Captain, nth Batt., 139,
141

Johnson, Captain S. W., 3rd Lon-
dons, 305

Johnson, Lieut. -Col. A. V., 68,
72—73, no

Johnson, 2nd Lieut., 3rd Londons,
112

Johnston, Sir Chas., 22

Jolimetz, 333

Jones, Captain G. A., 236

Jones, Private H., 152

Jones, 2nd Lieut. F. A. B., 192
and note

Jones, Sergeant, 75

Jordan, Private, 242

Jordan, Jewish Battalions, 27



" Judeans," the, 28
Jussy, 235, 237, 241 — 242
Jussy-Faillouel road, 242

K.S.L.I., 194

Kahe, advance to, 271 — 272

Kajiado, 269

Kalendra, 267

Kappaart, 326

Kearton, Cherry, 22

Keary, Major-Gen. H. O. N., 67

Keir, General, 54

Kellett, Brig. -Gen. R. O., 18, 20

Kellett, Colonel, 188

Kemmel Hill, 61, 67, 295 — 297

Kennedy, Rev. Studdert, 178

Kensington, Mayor of, 17

Kentish, Brig. -Gen. R. J., 259

Kerensky, M., 26

Kerry, 2nd Lieut. A., 236

Key, Lieut. -Col., 24

Khartum, 104

Kilimanjaro, 271

Kilmister, Lieut. H. A., 292

Kilwa, 277 — 279

Kinahan, 2nd Lieut. J., 322

King Edward's Horse, 17

King, 2nd Lieut. A. H., 292

King's African Rifles, 279

King's Liverpools at Guillemont,
130 ; Gu6mappe, 165

King's Own, Noyelles, 315

King's Own Scottish Borderers, 61

Kirby, Captain H. L., 186

Kissaki, 275

Kisumu, 269 — 270

Kitchener, Lord, policy in recruit-
ing, 12 ; and Mrs. Cunliffe-
Owen, 19 ; Gallipoli, 105

Klein Zillebeke, 185 — 186

Knott, 9th Batt., 129

Knott, Lieut., nth Batt., 242

Konigsberg, the, 274

Krithia, battle of, 94 — 97, 10 1

Krote, 326

Krusha Balkans, 263

Kuhn Camp, 182

Kwa Direma, 272 — 275, 278

Laatse Oortie - Hoogstraatje

Ridge, 326
La Bass6e, battle of, 54
La Bass6e Canal, 16, 258
La Becque, 296
Labis Farm, 294
La Boisselle, 115 — 116, 118
Labour battalions, 25
La Bretonniere, 45 note.
La Chapelle d'Armentieres, 55
La Cour de Soupir, 50



424



INDEX



La Creche, 296

Lady's Leg Ravine, 158

La Fere, 234

Lagnicourt, 190, 209

Lahore Division, 67

La Longueville, 34

La Martroy, 45 and note, 46

Lambert, 2nd Lieut. G., 69

Lancashires, the, in Gallipoli, 87,
89 note, 90, 92 — 94, 102 ; Poel-
capelle, 197 — 198 ; advance in
Flanders, 316 — 317 ; Lede-
ghem, 323

Landrecies, 34

Langemarck, 187 — 190

La Plouich, 52, 53

Large, Captain Murray, 335

Lascelles, Lieut. -Col. G. R., 13

La Vacquerie, 208, 210, 212,

239
Laval, 335

Lawford, General, 22, 135
Layes River, 71

Layfield, 2nd Lieut. J., 323 — 324
Lay ton. Colonel, 163
Learning, Captain, 206
Leatherhead, 15
Le Barque, 143
Le Cateau, 43, 120 ; 2nd battle,

320—322
Le Cateau-Abre Guernon road,

325
Le Catelet, advance to, 318 — 319
Lechelle, 238 — 239
Lecluse, 303
Ledeghem, 323
Lee, Captain, 61
Lee, Lieut. A. H., 166, 226
Lees, Captain G. C, 234
Leeming, Captain, 184
Legg, 2nd Lieut. K. B., 295
Legge, Lieut. H. M., 69
" Legion of Marksmen," the, 14,

21, 22
Leicester Yeomanry, 70
Leinsters, the, 50 ; Ypres, 184
Lekkerboterbeek, 200, 201
Le Mans Farm, 45
Lembet Plain, 261
Lemnos, 87, 100
Lempire, 308, 309, 315
Lens, 324
Le Pilly, 52, 53
L'Epinette, 55
Le Riez, 52
Le Rond Quesne, 334
Lesage Farm, 294
Le Sars, 135, 245, 246, 247
Les Bceufs, 143 — 144
Les Etoquies, 335



Les Faucheres, 46

Leslie, Captain, 89, 90, 92

Le Transloy, 144, 244, 246

Leuze Wood, 134

Levi, 2nd Lieut., 212

Levon, 2nd Lieut. G. C, 146

Lewis House, 196

Lewis, Major N. A., 122

Lewis, 2nd Lieut., 116

Licourt position, 241

Lieven, 165

Ligny, 244

Ligny en Cambresis, 321

Ligny Thilloy, 143, 245, 300

Lihons, 251

Lille, 317, 325

Lille-Douai salient, 324

Lincolns, the, 48, 52, 6i

Lindi, 276 — 279

Lisle, General de, Cavalry Brigade,
50 ; compliments the 2nd Batt.,
207

Lissmann, Captain, 163

Little Willie Trench, 80, 82

Livingston, Captain, 66

Lloyd, Sir Francis, 15

Lockey, 2nd Lieut. E. W., 134

Logeast Wood, 289 — 291

Loisne, 258

Loison, 324

Lombartzyde, 182

London and South-Western Rail-
way main lines, guarding the,
28 — 29

London Regiment, battalions of
the, 1, 29, ; battalions sent to
Russia, 23 ; Arras, 159, 252 ;
across the Oise, 248 ; Sebour-
quiaux, 335
First Line Londons, position for
the German Offensive, 230 —
231
Second Line battalions, 190 ;
Passchendaele, 200 — 201 ;
position for the German offen-
sive, 230 ; Maricourt, 300 ;
praised for August 26th, 1918
..301

London Rifle Brigade, Ginchy,
134 ; Langemarck, 187 ; Sau-
chy-Cauchy, 312 ; the Sambre,

331

London Support Trench, 227
Long, Captain J. W., 134
Long, 2nd Lieut., 209
Longatte, 302
Longman, Lieut., 42, 46, 52 ;

Diary, 31 note
Longueval Alley, 121, 131
Loop Trench, 137



INDEX



425



Loos, 12, 76 — 82, 109, 153

Lord, Captain A. J., 252, 282, 306

—307
Loseby, Captain, 213 — 214
Lositza, 263
Louvignies, 332
Louvignies-Le Quesnoy road, 332

—333

Lowe, 2nd Lieut. G. S., 308

Lower Star Post, 184, 191

Lowry, Corporal, 219

Lowrey, Lance-Corpl., A., 84

Ludd, 27

Ludd-Haifa-Semach, 28

Ludendorff, General, on the vic-
tory of the Ancre, 145 ; on the
condition of the armies, 243

Lug Farm, 282

Lukigura, the, 273

Lukuledi River, 278

Lukuledi Valley, 280

Lumigny, 45

Lupton, 9th Batt., 129

Ly Fontaine, 235

Lyle, Captain A. A., 71

Lyles, Sergeant, 25

Lynde Farm, 294

Lynx Trench, 160

Lys, the, 55, 256—259, 281—284,
294, 296



Mabbott, Captain, 282, 307

McCabe, Sergeant D., 218 — 219

McCarthy, 2nd Lieut. A., 298

McGee, Private, 75

Mcintosh, Private, 84

Mclntyre, Lieut., 137

Mackenzie, 9th Batt., 117

McLaggan, Captain J. M., 319

Maclean, 2nd Lieut., 60

McMahon, Colonel, the Retreat,
43 ; on the work of the 4th
Batt., 48 note ; at Herlies, 52,
53 ; promotion, 56 — 58 ; killed,
60

McNichol, Lieut. -Col. G., 192

Magali, 275

Magnay, Captain, 61

Mailly area, 283

Maitland, Colonel, 20

Makindu, 274

Maktau, 270 — 271

Malard Wood, 287

Mallandain, Lieut., 69 note.

Mallock, Major, 40, 43, 56, 57

Mall-Smith, Lieut. R. A., 139

Malone, Lieut. -Col. E. G.
L'Estrange, 224, 225, 239



Maloney, Private, 285 — 286

Malplaquet, 34

Malta, 29, 87, 104, 105

Mametz, 114, 301

Mametz Wood, 115

Manchester Brigade, 98

Mander, 2nd Lieut., 177

Manicamp, 245, 248

Manson, 9th Batt., 117

Marcoing, 206 — 207

Marcoing road, 214 — 216

Margolin, Lieut. -Col. E. L., 27

Marguard, Captain J., 298

Maricourt, 118, 300 — 301

Maricourt — Briquetin road, 118

Mario w, 22

Marlowe, 2nd Lieut., 161

Marne, battle of the, 45 — 46

Maroilles road, 335

Marquion, 312

Marquis line, 254

Marseilles, 261

Marsh, 2nd Lieut. H., 319

Marston, Sergeant, 99

Martin, Lieut., 12th Batt., 180

Martin, Lieut. B. C, 4th Batt.,

164
Martinsart, 249 — 250
Masnieres, 213 — 216, 320
Masnieres-Beaurevoir line, 320
Mason, Captain A. K. K., 83
Mathieson, Lieut., 66
Matthews, 2nd Lieut. C. H.,

236
Maubeuge, 41, 327
Maude, Lieut. M. B., 152 — 153
Maurice, General, " Forty Days

in 1914," 40 note
Maurier, George du, 67 — 68
Maurier, Gerald du, 68
Maurier, Guy du, Lieut. -Col., 67

—68
Maxse, Sir Ivor, 138
Maxwell, Colonel, 141
Maxwell, Major A., 192
May, Lieut. R. L. G„ 266
Mead, 2nd Lieut., 39
Meade, Major H. E., 129
Meares, Captain C. S., 124
Mears-Devenish, 2nd Lieut J. A.,

226, 236
Measures, 2nd Lieut., 286
Meaulte, 288, 291
Meaux, 45
Mellish, Rev. N., 85
Menin road area, 188, 190 — 193,

196, 221, 316, 323
" Menora " badge, the, 28
Mepham, 2nd Lieut. H. L., 258
Mercatel, 292



426



INDEX



Mergnies, 320

Merrikin, 2nd Lieut. G. H., 293

Merris, 54, 57, 257

Merris, Mont de, 281

Mersey, monitor, 279

Mesnil, 249, 255

Messines, battle of, 175 — 181

Messines-Wytschaete ridge objec-
tive, 175 — 181

Metz switch, 238

Mex Camp, Alexandria, 87, 94

Meyricke, Lieut. -Col. R. J. F., 139,
155—156

Mezieres, 327

Mgeta River, 275 — 276

Micmac Camp, 185

Middlesex Regiment, n, 41; at
Loos, 80 ; Thiepval, 138 — 141 ;
Boom Ravine, 155 — 156 ; Che-
risy, 173 ; Bullecourt, 294

Mild, nth Batt., 115

Mill Hill, 11

Miller's House, 197 — 198

Millson, Captain A. E., 160 —
161

Miraumont, 18, 154, 156 — 158, 246
—247

Mobbs, Lieut. -Col., 165

Mceuvres, 209, 216, 306, 313

Molyneux, Sergeant J., 198

Mombasa, 22, 269

Monchy, 168, 172

Monchy Lagache, 241

Monchy le Preux, 161 — 164

Mons to the Aisne, 31 — 50 ; work
of the 4th Batt., 35 — 41 ; the
retreat, 41 — 49

Mons-Maubeuge road, 336

Mont Dourlers, 336

Mont St. CEuvre, 318

Montauban, 113 — 115, 249, 301

Montello, the, 228

Montescourt, 235

Montdidier, 251

Montois, 44, 45 note

Montrceul Wood, 336

Moody, Lieut. E. L., 329

Moore, Captain, 3rd Londons,
66

Moore, Captain, 2nd Batt. in
Gallipoli, 90, 93 — 97

Moore, Captain A. R., 4th Lon-
dons, 113

Moorseele, 323

Moray House, 200

Morgan, 2nd Lieut., 116

Morlancourt, 288

Mormal Forest, 327 — 330, 332 —

334
Morogoro, 275 — 276



Morton, Captain, 155

Morval, 135, 144

Morval-Lesboeufs road, 134

Morval-Thiepval Ridge, 154

Mory, 298

Moschi, 271 — 272

Moss, Brig. -Gen. Boyd, congratu-
lates the 9th Batt., 84 ; and
the 8th and 9th Batts., 143

Mouat, Captain G. M. D., 71

Moulin du Pietre, 51

Mouquet Farm, 135

Moxon, Captain, 53, 85

Muck Trench, 150

Mudros, 100, 108

Mundey, Adjutant, 96, 99

Munich Trench, 146 — 147

Munsters, the, in Gallipoli, 95, 102,
104

Murless, Lieut., 153

Murmansk, 23

Murrell, 2nd Lieut. G. W., 186

Murrumbidgee Camp, 30

Mussbaum, Lieut. N. P., 184

Mwuha, 275



Nairobi, 269

Narrows, the attack on the, 87

Narunyu, 279 — 280

Nathan, 2nd Lieut. W. S., 180

Neate, Captain, 173

Nelson, Captain, 116

Nepean, Lieut. E. C, 319

Nervesa bridgehead, 228

Neuilly Trench, 160

Neuve Chapelle, 56, 64 — 65, 71

Neuville, 238

Neuville-Vitasse, 159, 161, 252

Nevinson, Mr., "The Darda-
nelles," 93 note, 105

New Zealand Division, Pozieres,
126; Colin camps, 249; Fav-
reuil, 300

Newcombe, 2nd Lieut., 79

Newenham, Colonel, 89 and notes,
92

Neynoc, Major, 165, 178, 180

Ngura Hills, 274

Nicholson, Lieut. -Col. E. H.,

319
Nicholson, Private J., 114
Nicholson, 2nd Lieut. A., 287
Nield, Mr. Herbert, 13 — 14
Nieuport, 182
Nimy, 34 — 36
Nimy Bridges, 35, 37—38
" Nimy Hospital," 31 note
Nineteenth Battalion, 14 — 16



INDEX



427



Ninth Battalion, Royal Fusiliers,
9 ; Loos, 81 — 82 ; the Chord,
82 — 84 ; congratulations for,
84; Ovillers, 115 — 118; Po-
zieres, 125 — 128 ; 7th October,
1915..143 — 144; Arras, 159 —
160 ; Roeux, 171 — 172 ; Noy-
elles, 207 — 208 ; Battle of Cam-
brai, 210 — 213 ; on the Ancre,
231 ; Albert, 249 — 250 ; Amiens,
286 — 288 ; Battle of Bapaume,
292 ; Gomiecourt, 296 ; Fri-
court, 300, 301 ; Epehy, 308 ;
Vimy, 324

IX. German Corps at Mons, 41

Ninth Rifle Brigade, 160

Ninth Royal Irish Fusiliers, 224

Noble, Private, 25

Nomeny Trench, 160 — 161

Nonne Boschen, 187

Nord, Canal du, 205, 303, 304

Noreuil, 226, 243, 302

Norfolks, the, 61

Norris, Lance-Corpl. T., 224

North, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. W. F.,
22

Northants, the, Thiepval, 141 ;
Crozat Canal, 235, 238 ; Amiens,
285 ; Combles, 302 ; Epehy,
308 ; Ecaillon, 329

North-Bomford, Captain, 95

Northumberland Fusiliers, 33, 296,
Le Cateau, 43 ; Herlies, 53 ;
Ypres, 59 ; Lys area, 282 — 283

Norwell, 2nd Lieut., 258

Nose Trench, 182

Notting Hill, 11

Nouvelles-Harveng road, 336

Noyelle-Godault, 324 — 325

Noyelles, 34, 205—208, 314 — 315

Noyelles-Cambrai road, 206

Noyons, 44

Obourg Bridge, 40
Oboyerskia, 23
Obstacle Switch, 176
Obstacle Trench, 176
O'Connell, 2nd Batt., 92, 94, 96
O'Connor, Lieut. B. J., 319
O'Donel, Captain G., 59, 60, 75
Odyssey Trench, 177 — 178
Officers' Association, 19
Offignies, 336
Ogle, Captain, 202
Ohlmann, 2nd Lieut. G. H. L., 80
Oise Canal, 230, 233 ; retreat

across the, 248
Oisy, 330

Oisy le Verger, 312
Oliver, 2nd Lieut., 82



Olympus, Mount, 261
Omignon River, 225, 226
One Hundred and Fiftieth Prus-
sian Regiment, prisoners, 178
Oost Dunkerque, 182
Oosttaverne hamlet, 1 75
Oosttaverne Line, the, 176 — 177
Osttaverne Wood, 178
Ooteghem, 327
Oppy, 18, 163 — 164, 166, 169 —

174
Oppy Post, 253, 254
Oppy Trench, 169
Orange Hill, 162
Orchard Trench, 133
Orljak, 266
Orljak Bridge, 262
Orly, 45—46
Ormesher, Lieut., 106
Orred, Lieut., 47
Osborne, 9th Batt., 117
Osborne, Sergeant, 4th Batt., 57
Ouderdom, 64, 70
Ouse Trench, 254
Outram, George, 22
Outtersterne, 257
Outtersterne Ridge, 294
Ovillers, 115 — 118
Owen, Brig. -Gen. C. S., message to

the men, 159 note.

Paddebeck, 201

Paddock, 2nd Lieut., 161

Padua, 228

Palairet, Captain, 55

Palestine, Jewish Battalions in,

26 — 29
Palluel, 312, 313
Palmer, Lieut., 20th Batt., 119
Palmer, Sergeant, 22nd Batt., 17

—18, 156—157
Pangani River, 272
Panting, Captain, 315
Paprat, 263
Parenchies, 55
Paris Copse, 315
Parker, Lieut. F., 267
Parkhurst, 33
Parr-Dudley, 2nd Lieut., 114 —

"5
Paschall, Sergeant-Major, 107
Passchendaele, 69 ; 2nd battle of,

199 — 204
Patterson, Lieut.-Col. J. H., 26 —

27
Patterson's Column, 27
Payne, Lance-Corpl. A., 114
Peacock, 9th Batt., 117
Pearce, 2nd Lieut. R., 146
Pearcy, Captain, nth Batt., 242



428



INDEX



Pearcy, 2nd Lieut. G. S., nth

Batt., 156
Pearse, Sergeant Samuel George,

23—24
Pearson, Lieut. J. A., 129
Peaston, 2nd Lieut. L. G., 236
Peel, 2nd Lieut., 207
Pelican Trench, 208
Pellow, C.S.M., 134
Penchard, 45
Penfold, Captain, 224
Penny, 2nd Lieut., 124
Pereira, General, 79
Perkins, C.S.M., 76
Peronne, 205, 241, 300 — 305
Perrelle, Captain de la, 75
Perrier, 2nd Lieut., 85
Petillon, Rue, 55 — 56, 62, 71
Petit Miraumont, 142, 156
Petit Ritz, 52, 53
Petkovo Valley, 263
Pezieres, 305, 307
Philipps, Captain the Hon. R. E.,

83, 84, 117
Philipps, Captain, 12th Batt., 79
Philipps, Major G. A., 254
Piave, the, 228

Pi card y, German offensive in, 231
Pilgrim, 9th Batt., 129
Pill-boxes, 179 and note, 80, 186 —

188
Piper, 2nd Lieut., 206
Pipon, Captain, 61
Pitt, Major William, 22
Playfair, Lieut. -Col., 224
Ploegsteert, 63
Plough Support, 205
Plumer, Sir Herbert, 188
Plymouth, Jewish camp, 26
Poelcapelle, battle of, 197 — 199
Poelcapelle-Spriet road, 200
Polderhok Ridge-Cameron House,

316
Police, Metropolitan, at Houns-

low, 5—8
Polygon Wood, 187 — 188, 193 —

195
Pommiers Redoubt, 114
Pommiers Trench, 114
Pont du Hem, 51, 54
Pont Logy, 56 "
Poperinghe, 70
Poplar Trench, 307
" Port Arthur" Trench line, 65, 66
Pozieres, 118 — 119
Pozieres, Ridge, 125 — 129



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