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Footage of Leyton Orient playing Leicester City in the final game of the 1914/15 season.
At the end of the match the London side changed into their khaki uniforms and marched with the 17th Middlesex Regiment.
They were part of the Footballers' Battalion who fought and died in World War One.
One of the men injured was England international Major Frank Buckley.
He was first man to sign up to the Footballers’ Battalion.
He survived the war and went on to manage WolverhamptonWanderers for 17 years between 1927 and 1944.
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