Wendy Moore Posted 16 January , 2018 Share Posted 16 January , 2018 I'm trying to find out whether there were any troops likely to have been moving through London - specifically Victoria Station - in September 1914, especially on 15 September. I realise that the bulk of the army - the BEF - were already in France by that stage. But there were obviously recruiting offices enlisting more men plus the Reservists and Territorials still in Britain at that time. So would there have been uniformed troops moving through London stations either heading for France or for training camps in England in mid-September? Really trying to paint the scene in Victoria Station on 15 Sept when the Women's Hospital Corps set off for Paris. Any sources/books which might hold the answers would be welcome. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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