14-15 September 1914: Casualty List

On this day in 1914 the 1st Battalion The Black Watch fought in the battle of the Aisne. Pictured below is a handwritten list of casualties returned on 14 and 15 September. At the top of the list is Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Grant Duff, Commanding Officer of the Battalion.

Handwritten casualty list from the battle of the Aisne.

Handwritten casualty list from the battle of the Aisne.

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