Napoleon Series Archive 2004

Re: Captain K.T. Blamey
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Marc,

I tend to agree with John Cook that this sounds like 8th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, which was a unit raised during the First World War (I am not sure whether they had a similar one during the Second World War).

I did some research into that period myself recently and some websites you might find useful are:

www.1914-1918.net/lancsfus.htm

This lists all battalions of Lancashire Fusiliers and their service. There was a 1/8th and a 2/8th.

www.regiments.org/regiments/uk/inf/020LancsF.htm

This has a lot of information about the regiment and links to other sites.

www.1914-1918.org/forum/index.php

This forum has many contributors who ask questions about individuals, and seem to get fast answers.

Rod

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