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Re: The Day Sussex Died ?

Posted by martyn burgess on Thu, Jun 09 2022 at 01:07 PM CDT:

In Reply to: Re: The Day Sussex Died ? posted by Tony T on Thu, Jun 09 2022 at 08:06 AM CDT:

Tony "The Day Sussex Died" was on the 30th june 1916 also known as the "Battle of the Boars Head".I think im right in thinking that you visited csm Nelson Carters vc grave in Laventie france.Ever since "The Battle of Boars Head" the battle has been known as "The Day Sussex Died".Nelson carter was a Royal Sussex Regiment soldier from the Eastbourne area.


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