Harold Vest, 20, Gateshead, King's Shropshire Light Infantry.
What does KSLI stand for?
KSLI stands for King's Shropshire Light Infantry (British Army)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
By 1914 they had an international forward in DavidWatts, a collier, who died, at the age of 30, just two years afterheplayedforWales,whenhefell at the Battle of the Somme whilst serving the King's Shropshire Light Infantry.
Commissioned by the King's Shropshire Light Infantry 4th Battalion, he was based in Germany as a liaison officer during the Nuremberg Trials and then took the opportunity to transfer to the Parachute Regiment to be posted to Palestine and Egypt.
Mr McKiernan was commissioned during his National Service with the King's Shropshire Light Infantry and continued his interest in the regiment by joining the TA from which he retired with the rank of captain.
It also produced the TV Quote of the Week from a British Tommy in the King's Shropshire Light Infantry regiment who stormed Sword Beach.
4pm THE King's Shropshire Light Infantry are just four miles from Caen, but the 120 troops of Z Company are still caught up in a tough firefight at the Periers-sur-le-Dan gun battery.
The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, the King's Dragoon Guards, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, Rifle Brigade, 14th Hussars, 10th DCO Lancers (Hogan's Horse).
So it was that on 24 May 1952 "B" Company 1RCR and "B" Company of the King's Shropshire Light Infantry met at the Tankkok railhead to embark on a "secret" mission.