Key dates over November 1915
Lives lost on this day: 5
5th November 1915 - Recruitment to County Regiment urged by local authorities
Rolling Casualty Count: 2536
2nd Batt: Orders received to put up Artillery Observation boards behind front line. German snipers very active at night.
10th Batt: Relieved and sent to billets in Le Hamel.
4th and 9th Batt: In Gallipoli there is little activity and little loss from shelling. Troops feel cut off from civilization and there are no comfortable billets. As weather changed there is much sickness in the trenches. Water and fresh food is scarce.
MEN ARE URGENTLY WANTED
YOUR COUNTY REGIMENT
Renowned as the GALLANT WORCESTERSHIRES
A Number of RECRUITS for
Regular Infantry uni2ts
The Pioneer (Severn Valley) Battalion
Infantry Units – Territorials
In addition to the above recruits are wanted for the
Royal Artillery –
Horse, Field and Garrison
Army Ordnance Corps
Army Service Corps
Army Cyclist Corps
REMEMBER Lord Nelson's signal: "England Expects Every Man to Do His Duty"
Information researched by the WWW100 team
- Pte. William Hollingshead 14392 - 2nd Bn.
- Pte. William New 9069 - 2nd Bn.
- Pte. George Thomas Cordery 9748 - 2nd & 4th Bn.
- Pte. William Arthur Sedgley 9787 - 4th Bn.
- Pte. Albert Thomas 15845 - 10th Bn.