LEEDS PALS LAURIE MILNER
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Cyril Charles Cryer, Private 15/1110, Leeds Pals, Labour Corps 603607. Photo courtesy of Laurie Milner. When Cyril Cryer died on 24 th March 1993, aged 96, he was probably the last of all the Leeds Pals. Certainly the Yorkshire Post believed this to be so.
Leeds Pals - Casemate Publishers
The Author Laurie Milner was born in London in 1946, although his roots are in Leeds and the North of England. An avid collector of militaria, he joined the staff of the Imperial War Musuem in 1967. In 1984 he joined the Research and Information Office, the Museum ‘historical think tank’.
Leeds pals : a history of the 15th (Service) Battalion
Get this from a library! Leeds pals : a history of the 15th (Service) Battalion (1st Leeds), the Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment), 1914-1918. [Laurie Milner]
The unlikeliest of Pals? An Indian soldier alone among
Mar 05, 2015See also Leeds Pals by Laurie Milner and the web site and book on the Leeds Pals by Stephen Wood. Further information. For images and interviews, contact University of Leeds press officer Gareth Dant on 0113 343 3996 or g.j@leeds.
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The Leeds Pals' memorial in North Yorkshire
The first day of tThe Somme was the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army with nearly 60,000 casualties, including 20,000 dead. The Leeds Pals were thrown into one of the fiercest sectors of the line alongside the Accrington Pals and suffered over 500 casualties within a few minutes of advancing.