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A cadre of officers and NCO's were assigned to train American units until the battalion was completely disbanded in July 1918.Their bravery and determination was unquestionable, as was their capacity for singing and laughter even under the most extreme and adverse conditions.A Bedfordshire Regiment officer's cap badge (1898 to 1919) * Casualty statistics are often subjected to manipulation so the most subjective and impartial facts I have to work with are as follows; 6,740 Bedfordshire Regiment Great War graves and memorials are in the care of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC), although when adding up the CWGC database losses per battalion, the figure breaches 7,100 (after removing duplications).The regiment's soldiers achieved incredible feats during the war and were awarded around 1,000 gallantry and bravery medals including seven Victoria Crosses.Many of the characters within the regiment went on to stand out in other ways after the war, ranging from the breaking of air speed records through authoring best-selling books, becoming famous actors and directors, to positions of importance within the military, in public life or private endeavours.The regiment's two 'Regular' infantry battalions, its single 'Territorial' battalion and two 'Reserve' battalions were supplemented by many 'New Army' battalions when War broke out in 1914.
A total of twenty-one infantry battalions served within the regiment between 19, being posted at home, on the Western Front, in northern Italy, the Middle East, India and Burma during the war.
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- a 'Territorial Force' battalion initially raised as a 'Rifle Volunteer Battalion' in 1860, becoming the 5th (Territorial) Battalion in Haldane's reforms of 1908.
They were embodied in August 1914 and initially provided home defence in East Anglia and on the Norfolk coast until sent abroad July 1915.
- a 'Service' battalion raised in October 1914 as a part of Lord Kitchener's K3 Army Group, specifically for the duration of the war.