THE GREAT WAR

Recruiting in Watton at Stone

By Terry Askew

Recruiting in Watton at Stone
Allan Rattue

All that is known about the attached photograph is that it was taken in Watton at Stone.

The placard around the horses neck expresses the patriotic message “Ready for King and Country” and therefore suggests that this is part of a recruitment drive for the armed services, possibly before conscription was introduced in 1915.

This page was added on 15/06/2013.

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