Friday 19 March 1915 – We Lost 132
Bad weather stops the Dardanelles operations.
Thirty four Trade Unions agree to expedite munitions output.
Today’s losses include:
- The son of a Baronet
- The son of a Justice of the Peace
- A man whose son will die on service in 1946
Today’s highlighted casualties are
Captain James Archibald Lochnell Campbell (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders) is killed in action at age 36. He is the son in law of ‘Sir’ Robert James Black 1st Baronet.
- Lieutenant Alastair Munro Warrand (Black Watch attached Royal Flying Corps) dies of wounds at age 26 received carrying out the first night bombing raid of the war eight days earlier.
- Second Lieutenant Frederick Maurice Wookey (Irish Regiment) is killed at age 27. He is the son of Frederick Wookey JP.
- Sergeant William Thomas Mulfofrd (Royal Fusiliers) is killed at age 27. His son will die on service in 1946.