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11th Battalion 'The Queens Surrey Regiment'


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Hello to all,

Please can anyone help with the 11th Battalion 'The Queens Surrey Regiment'.

In particular the 'Transport Section'.

Where did they serve?

Thanks in anticipation.

Phil Scott

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Hello Phil

Welcome to the forum

Top-left of this page under the logo you can see a link to The Long, Long Trail. This kind of factual info is covered in considerable depth there. Here are some short-cuts, but do have a rummage around.

The page on the Queen's is here. You will see that 11th Bn belonged to 41st Division, and a page on that formation and its movements is here. A description of an infantry battalion, including its transport, is here.

Good luck.

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Once conscription was introduced in early 1916, the logical linkage between where a man came from and the unit with which he served was utterly broken. Even before then, there were many reasons why a man would have served with a non-local unit. The influence of the recruiting officers and NCOs, the attraction of a famous regiment, etc.

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