KOYLI

AcronymDefinition
KOYLIKings Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry)
KOYLIKing's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (UK)
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The KOYLI battlefield pilgrimages were set up as a charitable hobby in 1990 by ex-servicemen who have many years of practical experience in conducting visits to First World War battlefield areas of France and Flanders and we support the Royal British Legion Poppy appeal.
According to their war diary on 10th May 1917 the 2/4th KOYLI received a draft of 54 Ordinary Ranks 'of whom 42 have been out before'.
The KOYLI battlefield pilgrimages were formed as a charitable hobby in 1990 by ex-servicemen who have many years of practical experience in conducting visits to the First World War battlefield areas of France and Flanders, and we support the Royal British Legion's Poppy appeal and other institutions.
The exhibition will feature four of the locomotives that hauled trains along the route including Flying Scotsman, KOYLI and two Great Northern Railway locomo tives, Stirling Single (built in 1870) and Ivatt Atlantic (built in 1902), which tell the story of the Victorian origins of the service.
The exhibition will feature four of the locomotives that hauled trains along the route including Flying Scotsman, KOYLI and two Great Northern Railway locomotives, Stirling Single (built in 1870) and Ivatt Atlantic (built in 1902), which tell the story of the Victorian origins of the service.
The 2nd Bn KOYLI was awarded two Victoria Crosses for Le Cateau on 26 August 1914.
Following the threats, Koyli Devi and her family reportedly travelled 8 km from her village to the Patiamba village in the Jaldega block to take shelter.
Among those expected to be present for the unveiling of two granite headstones adorned with plaques listing the names of 107 local military personnel are former MPs Paula Sheriff and Tracy Brabin, members of the Royal British Legion, veterans from the Royal Engineers Association, former members of the Black Watch, who will travel down from Scotland, and representatives of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (KOYLI) including 97-year-old Fred Adamson.
The 2nd Battalion KOYLI was detailed to attack two heavily fortified trenches named Munich and Frankfurt, near Beaumont Hamel, in France, on what turned out to be the final day of the Somme.
Koyli The transporter bridge in Bilbao is older than ours but is state of the art as far as fittings are concerned.
(It doesn't appear to be matter of affiliation, as the KOYLI were twinned the Sask LI, and later the South Saskatchewan Regiment.)
Secretary Brian Wilson will give an account of his recent visit to Malaysia with members of the KOYLI Association.