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The Norfolk Yeomanry

At the beginning of the War the Norfolk Yeomanry was still organised as a volunteer cavalry unit but fought as an infantry battalion of about 500 men in Gallipoli. They became the 12th (Yeomanry) Battalion, Norfolk Regiment in 1917 whilst serving in Egypt. Later they fought in Gaza advancing north towards Jerusalem and finished the War on the Western Front.

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