Rog123 Posted 11 November , 2002 Share Posted 11 November , 2002 Hello, could someone please clarify what the maximum recruiting age was during 1914-1918 for the British army.I keep reading different accounts that it was 18-38, then when conscription was introduced in 1916 it went from 18-41, but that if you had previous military experience you would be accepted up to age 45 (was 45 inclusive?).Also did the final amendment to the military service act in april 1918 raise the age limit to 50?Surely this would not have produced many conscripts? Thanks for any info. Ron Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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