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observations relating to my research into the Black Watch (5th mostly)

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Statistics relating to the men on the 1914 & 14-15 Star medal roll for the Black Watch

It's been an interest of mine, when time allows, to research the men listed upon the 1914 and 1914-15 star medal roll for the Black Watch. Here i will share the statistical breakdown of these results, so far. These will be updated as more research is done.   1914 Star   The 1st, 2nd and 5th battalions of the Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) reached France and Belgium in the qualifying period for the awarding of the 1914 Star, between 5th August and midnight on the 22nd of No

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Derek Black in 1914 & 1914-15 Star Rolls for the Black Watch

Territorial renumbering in the 5th

It was the Army Council Instruction (ACI) 2414 of 1916, published on 23 December 1916, that among other things, ordered the renumbering of the men of the Territorial Force. Previously numbered 1 - 9999, the Territorials were to be allocated a new (and in most cases) 6 digit number. The changes were to be implemented by the 1st of March 1917. In the case of the 5th Black Watch the number block given over to them began at 240001. With few exceptions the renumbering followed the

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Derek Black

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