Record Details for L G Stanley (Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve)


First Name:
Incident Details:
War Office Daily List No.5785
Report Date:
Able Seaman
Service Number:
Casualty Listed As:
Released Prisoner of War from Germany, arrived in England
Next Of Kin Address:
Upper Norwood, S.E.
Royal Navy
Primary Unit:
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Secondary Unit:
Royal Naval Division
Archive Reference:
NLS 1919_WList79

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Orders of Battle (ORBATS) are documents produced by the military to show the hierarchical structure, command organisation and disposition of units for particular engagements of the British Military. At the highest level they show a breakdown of the units involved in entire conflicts, the First World War in this case, including Divisional and Brigade commanding officers, the organisation of the divisions right down to the battalion level along with their attached units from for example, the Royal Artillery. With the ORBATS you are able to determine exactly where units were on a given date and the battle, action or event they took part in.

The ORBATS data transcribed by Forces War Records has allowed us to produce this interactive map, with which you can track the progress of units throughout the course of the First World War, from the opening battle at Mons to the closing stages of the Spring Offensive.

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve during World War 1

More information about Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Formed: 1903

The present Royal Naval Reserve was formed in 1958 merging the original Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) founded under the Naval Reserve Act in 1859 as a reserve of professional seamen... read more here  >>
British Army daily reports (missing, dead, wounded & POWs) WWI

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