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On July 1, 1916, Private Clay used it to sound the charge as 703 of the 8th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment leapt from their trenches.
CAPTION(S): * EXHIBITS: West Yorkshire Rifle Volunteers jacket and WWI York and Lancaster Regiment 2nd lieutenant''s uniform jacket
The Tommies have been identified as volunteers of the York and Lancaster Regiment killed between October 18 and 20, 1914 in a gunbattle with German troops near the castle of Flandres de Beaucamps-Ligny.