World Archives Project: Hart's Annual Army List 1908

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About this project This collection contains the Hart's Annual Army List, published in 1908. The publication contains lists of serving, reserve and retired officers for every regiment in the British Army.

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Army List
Index

Army List

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Rank

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Given

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Surname

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Suffix

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Regiment

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Military Day

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Military Year

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Military Place

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Death Day

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Death Month

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Death Year

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