The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)
'Sans Peur' 'Ne Obliviscaris'
|Mons 1914||Mons, capital of Hainaut province southwest Belgium, site of first battle between British and Germans - ended in British retreat.||Yes|
|Le Cateau 1914||26th August, the British stood firm under a sustained 6 hours of incessant bombardment from German aeroplanes and heavy artillery||Yes|
|Retreat from Mons 1914|
|Marne 1914, 18||September 5-9 1914, first battle of Marne by French-British against Germans under General von Moltke was a turning point in the war. French 6th Army under General Michel-Joseph Maunoury and British, halted the German advance on Paris. The Germans retreated and both sides dug-in to endure four years of stalemate.||Yes|
|La Bassee 1914|
|Messines 1914, 18|
|Ypres 1915, 17, 18||Located in Belgian province of West Flanders was site of three major battles. British and US soldiers pronounced it "Wipers".|
1. October 31 to November 22, 1914 - British captured the town from the Germans.
2. April 22 to May 25, 1915 - Germans used poison gas for the first time on the Western Front and captured high ground east of the town.
3. July 21 to November 6, 1916; (also known as Battle of Passchendaele) the British recaptured the ridge with heavy loss of lives.
|Somme 1916, 18|
|Albert 1916, 18|
|Arras 1917,18||April 9 - May 5, commanded by Nivelle, attacked Germans on a 15 mile front along to Vimy Ridge. Became a fiasco, mutiny in 16 Army Corps spread and Nivelle was replaced by Petain.||Yes|
|Scarpe 1917, 18|
|Cambrai 1917,18||Nov 20-Dec 3, northern France, British surprise attack on 6 mile front repelled by Germans, first successful use of 381 tanks by British, 7500 German prisoners and 20 guns captured.||Yes|
|Canal du Nord|
|St Quentin Canal|
|France and Flanders 1914-18|
|Doiran 1917, 18||Yes|
|Gaza 1916||Palestine, held by Turkish and German forces under General Friedrich Kressenstein with 18,000 men. British forces under General Dobell. In first battle the British secured land to the rear of the town, but Turkish counter-attack drove them back. 31 October, British attack commanded by General Allenby took town of Beersheba on the south-west of Gaza. 6th November moved against the defenses around Gaza and overran them. November 7 battle ends - British forces capture Gaza from the Ottoman Empire.||Yes|
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