Sidney / Solomon / Solly Littman

1893/4 Born: Lodz
Between 1901 and 1911 Cencus: 64 Middlesex Street, Whitechapel, London

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Parents: Abraham and Ester


Littman Home Page

World War 1

Sidney Littman joined the SPTS/1647, 23rd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers also known as the First Sportman´s .

Invitation in the THE TIMES Newspaper September 25th 1914 to enlist
He shipped out to France for active duty on the 16th November 1915, and was killed in action 8 months later on the 27th July 1916 in the Battle of Delville Woods.
Army record card
List of Soldiers buried at Delville Wood Cemetery Longueval
Headstone Text
Headstone ( photo courtesy of London Jews in the First World War)
ROLL OF INDIVIDUALS entitiled to the Decoration granted under Army Order
Register of the effects of Solomon to be left to his father Abraham and step mother Polly 1919
Graves Registration Report 1920
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Memorial

The 23rd (Service Battalion) Royal Fusiliers
First Sportsman´s

A record of its services in the Great War 1914 - 1919
Fred W. Ward



Commonwealth War Graves Commission

London Jews in the First World War

The Sportsman Gazette