Does anyone know if there is a published war diary of the 11th (Service) Bn Lancashire Fusiliers for 1914-1918? Great-Grandad A was with them from October 1914 to their disbandment, and I'm curious how he survived the action near the Vesle on 27th May 1918. Apparently the battalion held out to the last man, being reconstituted from the 17 LOB and some wounded. No other unit is mentioned on his Medal Card, so I don't know what he was doing from 12th August 1918, when the battalion was broken up, to the Armistice. I know he survived the war, only to be gassed twice by the Darwen Gas Board.