16th (Irish) Division
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The 16th (Irish) Division was a voluntary 'Service' division of Kitchener's New Army raised in Ireland from the 'National Volunteers',Grayson, Dr. Richard S.: Belfast Boys – How Unionists and Nationalists fought and died together
in the First World War, p.14, Continuum UK, London (2009) ISBN 978-1-84725-008-7</ref> initially in September 1914, after the outbreak of the Great War. In December 1915, the division moved to France, joining the British Expeditionary Force (BEF), under the command of Irish Major General William Hickie, and spent the duration of the First World War in action on the Western Front. Following enormous losses at the Somme, Passchendaele and Ypres, the Division required a substantial refit in England between June and August 1918, which involved the introduction of many non-Irish battalions. The division served as a formation of the United Kingdom's British Army during World War I.
The Long, Long Trail: The 16th (Irish) Division in 1914-1918
www.1914-1918.net/16div.htm - Web
A website with information relating to the Royal Dublin Fusiliers who had battalions which were a part of the 16th (Irish) Division.
www.royaldublinfusiliers.com - Web
The Long, Long Trail: Information relating to the Royal Munster Fusiliers (New Army) which was part of the 16th (Irish) Division
www.1914-1918.net/rmf.htm - Web
The Battle for Messines Ridge
www.webmatters.net/belgium/ww1_mesen_2.htm - Web
Homepage of the Island of Ireland Peace Park Memorial
www.webmatters.net/monuments/ww1_irish_mesen_1.htm - Web
The Irish War Memorials Project - listing of monuments throughout Ireland
www.irishwarmemorials.ie - Web
The Military Heritage of Ireland Trust
www.irishsoldiers.com - Web
Department of the Taoiseach: Irish Soldiers in the First World War
www.taoiseach.gov.ie/.../Irish_Soldiers_in_the_First_World_War.html - Web