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A group photograph of six Privates of the 4th (Territorial) Battalion DCLI in camp, location unknown. Their unit can be indentified by the legend on the box that one of the soldiers is sat on

Nicely posed photo of a DCLI group featuring three PTI (Physical Training Instructor) NCOs and a officer and training staff

DCLI Territorial group with NCOs and an officer, location unknown

A good study of a private of the DCLI in 1914 Service uniform with swagger stick stood in front of a Bell tent, location unknown

Parade of the 4th Battalion DCLI, behind a local band down Market Jew Street, Penzance. With a written message and date 11th August 1914 in ink to the reverse

The Bandsmen wear the cap badge of the DCLI. The Royal Defence Corps was formed in 1917 composed of mainly older men and was effectively the forerunner of the Home Guard of WW2
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