The First World War in Hertfordshire

The Military cover on this web site is currently in the process of being significantly extended.

To see the new material so far available see

The Armed Forces in Hertfordshire

(but while the work is in progress some of the links may not work)


The following is the old page. It will be removed when the new pages are complete.

The following pages relate to troops in (or from) Hertfordshire during the Great War, 1914-1919.

The London Gunners come to Town

Be Proud - Hertfordshire and the Great War

A Military Christmas in Hertfordshire

Enlistment in the First World War

Troop Movements in Hertfordshire during World War One

World War One Pictures of Troops

John Dickinson's Paper Works - WW1 casualties

St Paul's Church, Hemel Hempstead

The Inns of Court OTC at Berkhamsted

Britons Camp, St Albans

Royal Engineers Signal Depot Camp, Hitchin

Peace, War and Afterwards (1914-1919)

The Hertfordshire Batteries Royal Field Artillery

The Hertfordshire Regiment

The Hertfordshire Yeomanry

Herts V. R. (Volunteer Reserve)

The Fair Sex in Hertfordshire in WW1

War memorials and Rolls of Honour (web sites)

Napsbury Military Hospital

Military Hospitals in World War One

War Memorials (pictures)

Pictures by H. R. Cull of Watford.


Page updated March 2008