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Kitchener's Army

Lapel pin of Lord Kitchener, lost at sea on June 5, 1916 when the ship on which he was traveling to Russia struck a mine.
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The work he began we must finish

Lapel pin of Lord Kitchener, lost at sea on June 5, 1916 when the ship on which he was traveling to Russia struck a mine.

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The work he began we must finish

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Popular name given to the men and units that first responded to the 1914 call to arms by the United Kingdom's Secretary of State for War Herbert Lord Kitchener.

Kitchener's Army was first used in force in The Big Push of 1915, the Franco-British autumn offensive. The British part of the offensive was the Battle of Loos.

Kitchener's Army is an army in The British Army.

Books about Kitchener's Army (2)