Labour Corps, British Army

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Labour Corps, British Army
Years active: 1917 –
Country: United Kingdom
Service: British Army
Type: unknown
Specific type: Corps (administrative)
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Created: 1917. 
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Name1: Labour Corps
Name1 Start: 1917
Name1 End:
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Record Office[edit]

This administrative corps had its own record office which is represented here, not on a separate page.

Location: Nottingham
Letter code: LC

Personal narratives[edit]

George Weeks[edit]

Weeks, George (2014). Weeks, Alan, ed. Dangerous Work: The Memoir of Private George Weeks of the Labour Corps 1917-1919. The History Press. ISBN 978-0-7509-5667-3. 

Served in 132nd Labour Company, formerly 24th Labour Company Royal West Surrey Regiment.

(This narrative will need moving to the appropriate unit pages when we've decided on naming conventions for labour units.)

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Unit war diaries[edit]

None. Administrative organisations did not keep war diaries because they had no operational role.

See descendant unit pages for their war diaries.

Unit histories[edit]

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