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3/6th Battalion London Regiment


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Hi all,

I have looked on the Long Long Trail information and found the following regarding the 3/6th Bat London Regiment -

"3/6th, 3/7th and 3/8th Battalions
Formed in early 1915. By April 1915, at Tadworth. Moved in October to billets at Surbiton / Orpington / Blackheath respectively, then to Fovant in January 1916.
8 April 1916 : became 6th, 7th and 8th Reserve Bns. Moved to Newton Abbott / Dartmouth / Paignton in autumn 1916, then Dawlish in December. Moved to Blackdown in April 1917, where they then remained"

Does this mean that they remained in England? or am I missing something? Would they have joined the BEF?

Thanks in advance for any replies.

Louise

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