The Regiment raised a total of 18 battalions and was awarded 66 battle honours, 3 Victoria Crosses and lost 6,357 men during the course of the war.
96 , OSBORNE STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom
ORIGINALLY FROM CYPRUS HE WAS A BOARDING HOUSE KEEPER WITH HIS WIFE TERESSA AT 96 OSBORNE STREET, HULL. HE ENLISTED IN JULY 1915. HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON 30TH OCTOBER 1916, WITH HIS PHOTOGRAPH.* HE IS NOT LISTED IN CWGC RECORDS.
80, Cogan Street, Hull, UK
Born Hull, 1898. Son on Fanny and Simon Dietch of 40, Upper Union Street, Hull (Army Address) and 80, Cogan Street, Hull (War Pension address). His parents were from a Russian Jewish family. His mother, Fanny was a widow and ran a Grocer shop with her brother, in law. He had three sisters, Edith Leah and Sarah and one brother, Isaac. He […]