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robertb

29th Divisional Train ASC

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robertb

<_< I am looking for the whereabouts of "The Diamond Troupe", 29th Divisional train, A.S.C. from 1914 to 1919. There were, I understand, a number of changes in the Coys. that made up the 29th Div. Train during the War.

I understand that they served in Egypt, Gallipoli, Western Front and then through to Germany after the Armistice, entering Cologne in December 1918.

Is there anybody with more detailed information?

Even more general information on the whereabouts of the 29th Div. Train would be appreciated.

Thankyou!

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Andrew Hesketh

Hi,

Perhaps stating the obvious but the 29th Divisional Train would have been wherever the 29th Division was! Look on the mother site here http://www.1914-1918.net/29div.htm

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Yorts

Have you tried looking at the parent web site of this forum?

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Guest jskibiak

It's been a long time since the request went out for information on the Diamond Troupe. But in case the reader who initially asked is still interested, please check out the following article I recently uploaded to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Diamond_Troupe. My grandfather was in the 29th Division and also a member of the Diamond Troupe. The research has been a fascinating journey and has put me in touch with many other grandsons and grand daughters. John

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