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East Surrey Regiment

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*[http://www.1914-1918.net/eastsurreys.htm 1/5th Battalion and 1/6th Battalion] East Surrey Regiment, part of the Territorial Force, were in India most of World War 1, landing at Bombay 2 December 1914. "The Long, Long Trail"
*[http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/11330252.The__Terriers__of_Wimbledon_fought_for_the_British_Empire/ "The "Terriers" of Wimbledon fought for the British Empire"]. The 5th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. 18th July 2014 yourlocalguardian.co.uk
*Two letters written by Harry Beaumont, 1/6 East Surrey Regiment, No. 2297, from a collection of letters written by staff at the Audit office for the Great Western Railway (GWR) based at Paddington, London. The National Archives.
:[http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/resources/letters-first-world-war-1915/troop-ship-five-weeks-on-board/ Troop ship: ‘five weeks on board’] 29 November 1914, written onboard SS Grantully Castle
:[http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/resources/letters-first-world-war-1915/india-time-life/ India: ‘the time of my life’] May 1915, written from Kuldana, [[Murree]].
*[http://www.voyagetoindia.co.uk Voyage to India: Memoirs of the 1st/3rd Kent Battery 1914] Frank William Critchley was 22 years old and a sergeant in the 1st/3rd Kent Battery, Royal Artillery. He travelled to India on the troopship Grantully Castle which departed Southampton 29 Oct 1914 and arrived Bombay 2 December 1914. One board were: Artillery 450. [[East Surrey Regiment|East Surreys]] 400. [[50th Regiment of Foot|4th Queens]] 800. voyagetoindia.co.uk
*Listen to the [http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/80000780 1976 interview with Walter Cousins], British private served with 1/5th Battalion, East Surrey Regt in India, 1914-1916; NCO served with 222nd Coy, Machine Gun Corps in India and Afghanistan, 1916-1920. Imperial War Museums
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