Key dates over December 1918
Lives lost on this day: 0
30th December 1918 - "A triumph for unity"
Rolling casualty count: 11583
2nd Batt: All horses were inspected by LADVS and classified. There were education Office lectures for A and B Coys.
4th Batt: Batt did a route march in battle order from 09.30 hours to 1100 hours, except for X Coy which had Coy training.
14th Batt: Lt FW Bakewell proceeded to England as Conducting Officer. 2LT HS Beamish proceeded to England for an interview at the War Office.
Editorial - "A triumph for unity"
The city has placed an emphatic vote of confidence in the Coalition Government led by Lloyd George and Mr Bonar Law in respect of the conduct of the war and in anticipation of the Peace Conference. Despite all efforts of opponents to camouflage their opposition and distance the issue the local Worcestershire Coalition-Unionist candidates secured clear and complete majorities, Sir Edward Goulding, Commander Eyres-Monsell and Major Knight in Kidderminster. What would have happened in West Worcestershire if Mr Stanley Baldwin had been opposed by a Pacifist can easily be imagined.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
There were no casualties reported on this day.