Tactics

Extract from Battalion Diary 2nd Seaforth

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
July 1916

Extract from the Battalion Diary of the 2nd Seaforth describing the use of machine guns and bombs (hand grenades).

Tags: Hand grenades | Machine guns

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Extract from Battalion Diary 2nd Seaforth

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
July 1916

Extract from Battalion Diary of the 2nd Seaforth, describing the use of bombs (hand grenades) in flank attacks.

Tags: Hand grenades

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Extract from Battalion Diary 2nd Seaforth

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
July 1916

Extract from Battalion Diary of the 2nd Seaforth describing tactics at the Battle of the Somme.

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Extract from Battalion Diary 4th Seaforth

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
April 1917

Extract from Battalion Diary of the 4th Seaforth, describing tactics at the Battle of Vimy Ridge (Arras).

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Extract from Battalion Diary 4th Seaforth

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
April 1917

Extract from Battalion Diary of the 4th Seaforth describing tactics at the Battle of Vimy Ridge (Arras).

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Extract from memoirs of Col. Unthank

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
April 1917

Extract from Memories of the Battle of Arras by Colonel Unthank, 4th Seaforth, describing German artillery tactics.

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Trench Defences

Trench Defences

World War 1 | Scots on the Western Front | Tactics
September 1917

Photograph of trench gate used to counter raids, Cambrin 1917

Tags: Barbed wire | Trenches

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War Diary Extract

Battle of Loos | Tactics
September 1915

Extract from the war diary of 1st Bn Cameron Highlanders during the battle of Loos. 

In the opening attack at the battle of Loos on 25th September 1915, the 1st brigade was one of the few formations was one of the few formations to break through the German lines. the 1st Camerons penetrated as far south as the town of Hulloch, but the loss of 364 casualties reduces the battalion to a strength of only 4 officers and 200 soldiers. Later in the battle of Loos the 1st Camerons took part in the Hohenzollern Redoubt at Hulloch on 13th Oct 1915.

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