Key dates over December 1918
Lives lost on this day: 1
21st December 1918 - Kidderminster landlord admitted receiving brandy and whisky without a certificate
Rolling casualty count: 11580
1st Batt: The GOC Division and the Brigadier commanding the 24th Infantry Brigade visited the Batt.
2nd Batt: There was a roll call parade at 07.30 hours. Plans were discussed for a cross-country run.
4th Batt: Batt had kit inspection and cleaning up, followed by physical games. The Diamond Troupe commenced their evening performance.
14th Batt: The Batt had another concert at night.
At Kidderminster, Richard Henry Wood landlord of the Half Moon Inn, New Road, admitted receiving brandy and whisky without a certificate and not entering spirits into his stock book. The defendant purchased a considerable quantity of brandy and whisky from a man named Foxall who represented that he was a traveller of a Stourbridge firm of wine and spirit merchants but it was shown he had no connection to the firm.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
- Cpl. George Stanley Coates 207269 - 3rd Bn Worcs Reg