1st Battalion: (1904-1914; The Opening of the War; The Battle of Loos; The Battle of Arras- The Third Battle of Ypres; The Battle of the Lys and the Victory Battles; Demobilization and Reconstruction) 2nd Battalion: (The First Battle of Ypres; The Second Battle of Ypres and the Battle of Loos; The Battle of the Somme; The Battles of Arras- The Flanders Offensive; The Campaign in Italy and the End of the War; Home Service- India- Operations in Waziristan) The 1st/4th Battalion: (The Mohmand, Waziristan, and Afghan Operations) The 2nd/4th Battalion: (Gallipoli and Egypt; Palestine and France) The 1st/5th Battalion: (India and Mesopotamia) The 6th (Service) Battalion: (The Battle of Loos and the Battle of the Somme; Battle of Arras- Battle of Cambrai- The Victory Battles) The 7th (Service) Battalion: (The Battle of the Somme, 1916; The Arras Offensive- The Battle of Ypres) The 8th (Service) Battalion: (The Battle of Loos; The Battle of the Somme; The Battle of Arras; The Battle of the Scarpe; The Battle of Cambrai; The Victory Battles) The 10th (Service) Battalion: (The Battle of the Somme, 1916; Battle of Arras; The Battle of Messines; The Battle of Ypres, 1917; The Offensive in Picardy; The Advance in Flanders; The Battle of Courtrai) The 11th (Service) Battalion: (Battle of the Somme, 1916; The Battle of Messines; The Battle of Ypres, 1917; Battle of the Somme, 1918; The Battle of Ypres, 1918; The Battle of Courtrai) The Labour Battalions; The Young Soldiers' Battalions; Units which Did not Serve Overseas; Postscript by General Sir Charles Monro, Bt., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G.
Appendices: Parcels for Prisoners of War; The Prisoners of War, Surrey Regiments, Relief Fund; Welcome Home to Repatriated Prisoners of War of the Queen's Regiment, held at Guildford on January 24th, 1919; Regimental War Memorial; Regimental Old Comrades Association
Illustrations: General Sir Charles Monro, Bt. G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., Colonel of the Regiment; 1st Battalion on Mobilization, August, 1914; 1st battalion on November 9th, 1914; The Uniform and Equipment (Front and Back Views) Worn in France and Flanders During the Great War; Wire Defences of the Hindenburg Line Near Bellicourt, October, 1918; Gheluvelt Church; Men of 2nd battalion at Ablainzeville, March 1917; Trenches and Dug-Outs on the Banks of River Piave, Italy; Turkish Positions West of Jerusalem; Cavalry Hill, Ramadie, Showing the Outpost Line After the Capture of Ramadie, 1917; Men of the 7th Battalion after Reaching their Objective on the Montauban- Mametz Road on the First Day of the Battle of the Somme, 1916; A View of a Portion of a Battlefield, showing Shell Craters Filled with Water; General View of the Battlefield Leading Up to Passchendaele, Boesinghe, August 1917; Captured German Trenches on Messines Ridge, June, 1917; A Communication Trench Through a Wood; Regimental War Memorial.
Maps: Battle of Vittorio Veneto; Battle of Soissonnais-Ourcq
In Case: Western Theatre; Retreat from Mons; Aisne Battlefield; Belgium; Ypres; Principal Fighting Areas, Western Theatre; Loos; Somme Battlefield; Arras; Italian Theatre; Gallipoli; Palestine; Battles of Gaza; Mesopotamia
Great Britain. -- Army. -- Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) -- History.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- Great Britain
|Title||History of the Queen's Royal Regiment, vol 7 1905-1923|
|Author||Wylly, Col. H. C. (compiler)|
|Publisher||Gale & Polden|