Welsh Guards, British Army
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|Welsh Guards, British Army|
|Years active:||26/2/1915 –|
|Branch:||Regular Army (British Army)|
|Specific type:||Infantry regiment (administrative)|
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|Created:||26/2/1915. Authorised by Royal Warrant.|
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|Disbanded:||Still in existence.|
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|For more information on what infobox fields mean, see documentation at military unit, command structure and theatre of war.|
|Parent unit:||Buckingham Gate Guards Record Office, British Army|
|Subordinate unit:||1st Battalion, Welsh Guards, British Army|
|Subordinate unit:||2nd Battalion, Welsh Guards, British Army|
Regimental Museums and Archives
Unit war diaries
None. Administrative organisations did not keep war diaries because they had no operational role.
See descendant unit pages for their war diaries.
- Ward, Charles Humble Dudley (1920). History of the Welsh Guards. London: John Murray.
- James, E.A. (1998) [first published 1978]. British Regiments 1914-1918. Heathfield, UK: Naval & Military Press. p. 41. ISBN 0-906304-03-2.
Other official documents
Campaign medal rolls at the UK National Archives.
|1914-15 Star||WO 329/2946||WO 329/2607|
|British War and Victory medals||WO 329/2179||WO 329/626, WO 329/627|
|Territorial Force War Medal||WO 329/3260|
- Chris Baker, The Long, Long Trail: The Welsh Guards in 1914-1918
- Army Order number 124 (1915)