Memories of Private Ted Galley MM Worcestershire Regiment 1900-1919 - edited by Dave Galley


The Great War diaries of Ted Galley span almost 20 years, they cover the latter phases of the Boer War as well as the Great War. They reveal the courage, loyalty and determination of a regular soldier, conveying graphic descriptions of military action and astute comment on events. Private Galley fought at Gheluvelt in 1914 and in 1918 he was awarded the Military Medal for bravery in the field. He was taken prisoner at Messines in May 1918, spent time as a POW at Metz and returned home in 1919

Great War Diaries of Pt Ted Galley


    Black Country Society

    West Midlands, UK


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