This image shows the national reserve parading in the Borough before proceeding to Taunton to receive the Colours on the Bank Holiday. This photograph was taken on the 4th of August 1914. War was later declared at midnight.
Here we see a DH9A Biplane that has unfortunately somersaulted and crashed upon landing c1918
The Yeovil Peace Day Procession in 1919. The image shows the procession as it makes its way through Middle Street.
This photo shows a large group of the World War One workers from Westlands and Petters posing for the camera.
Three munitions workers from the Nautillus works at Reckleford pose for the camera beside their workstations producing shell cases for World War One
A group photo of some of the munitions workers at Nautillus works in Reckleford during the First World War.
A view of the thanksgiving service held at Wyndham Hill in 1919 after the war. The photo shows Reverend Sydenham and Mayor of Yeovil officiating at the ceremony.
This photos shows a large group of wounded servicemen posing the hospital grounds beside a mock up of a tank.
A group photo of both hospital staff and wounded service men posing in the hospital grounds.
Six servicemen including Private D Sweet from the Devon regiment standing in front of the tents.
Two First World War soldiers standing beside their Douglas motorcycles outside of the Victoria Hall in Crewkerne circa 1915. The man on the right side of the photo is Lieutenant James William Symonds.
A copy of a Poem about Yeovil written in 1919 by B Eves
A photo of war volunteers waiting at Yeovil train station for the train to take them off to the training centre in 1914
An image of Government inspectors and horse owners as they inspected horses from Yeovil to select for war service, dated to August 6th 1914.
The volunteers marching through Lower Middle Street in Yeovil as they head towards to the station to set off for war, they are led by a musical accompaniment and a police guard
Another image of the volunteers marching through Lower Middle Street in Yeovil as they head towards to the station to set off for war in 1914.
Six Westlands employees standing next to a fixed wing aircraft which they have made. The image is believed to have been taken in 1918.
A small studio portrait of Walter Jukes of Holton in Somerset standing in his uniform in 1914
A photo of Edward Cable from Lopen in Somerset dressed in his army uniform in 1914.
A portrait of the Jesty Family from June 1916, showing one son dressed in his infantry uniform and another in his naval uniform
Group photo of the Servicemen party at West’s Department store in Yeovil in September 1918
The First World War recruits parading through Lower Middle Street Yeovil. Led by a musical accompaniment and on horseback they are watched by thick crowds of spectators.
A group photo of servicemen and public from Peace Celebration Day in North Perrot Place, 31st of July 1919.
Photo of the War Memorial at the junction of Borough and Silver Street in Yeovil in the 1930s.
The dedication of the War Memorial in Yeovil in 1921.
The War Memorial in Yeovil. This scene is believed to have been captured on the day of its dedication after the service as the wreaths are in place