Pte Gorman's brief account of his experience touches on the action at the Battle of the Aisne
on September 15, 1914 that led to the motto associated with the Welsh Regiment, "Stick it, Welsh".
NEWS has reached Southport that Private George Mawdsley, of the 1st Scots Guards, died in a hospital in France a few hours after being wounded at the Battle of the Aisne
The first of Mary Ann Wallace's sons to die was David, killed at the Battle of the Aisne
in September, 1914.
Harris also delves into Haig's relative lack of confidence in the British Expeditionary Force (BEF), an attitude that the Battle of the Aisne
changed by 14 September 1914.
Today Jack's name is recorded on a war memorial at Soissons, 60 miles north of Paris, one of the assumed casualties of the second battle of the Aisne
SERGEANT George Devlin, of the South Lancashire Regiment (B Company), was killed in the battle of the Aisne
The 1st South Wales Borderers and the 2nd Welsh Regiment fought side by side during the Battle of the Aisne
on September 14.