On the 8th of June 1919, Whit Sunday, the last men serving with the 10th

On the 8th of June 1919, Whit Sunday, the last men serving with the 10th (Service) Battalion the Essex Regiment paraded for the last time. The final dismiss. This disbandment was held in FOVANT on Salisbury Plain Wiltshire. The last diary entry was April 30th at CLARY. It read; “all available personnel employed on fatigues.” Read More

10th Essex Regiment and 2nd Border Regiment in Frières-Faillouël , 10th November 2018 by 10th Essex Living History Group

‘BY THE LEFT! QUICK MARCH!’ The company will be falling in next weekend for two days of Drill and training. From marching, rifle drill, bombing, silent moving, unarmed combat, bayonet fencing and physical exercise, the lads will put themselves through the paces and rigours of hundred year old Drill… More The 10th Essex Regiment Great Read More

Some of the lads from the 10th Essex and our friends from the 2nd Battalion Bord…

Some of the lads from the 10th Essex and our friends from the 2nd Battalion Border Regiment Great War Living History at Brooklands Museum in the autumn of last year. Mobility for soldiers during the great war came in a number of different forms. In an age of truly mechanised industrial warfare, men could be Read More