My dad's just been given a book by a member of his family printed just after WW1 the book in question is called the records of the men of LochBroom 1914-1919 and lists all the men of the area who were killed/died of wounds during the time frame . Each page has a picture of the man service details and lists his family address and other family members who also served and lists their fate as well if KIA etc sadly 85 men from the area are remembered inc my dads grandfather which was a lot for quite a sparsely populated area. Many regiments that have now gone are listed, Lovat Scouts,Seaforths,Gordons,Camerons,Aus light horse,HLI,6th Dragoon Guards,NZIF, The book was printed in 1922 are these quite common? Also my dads grandad was called up in 1917 at the age of 22/23 his occupation was a baker was this a reserved occupation until later in the war? as I wonder why he was not called up earlier?