Douglas died on 10th April 1917.
Douglas Nicholls fought in the battle of Arras in France in 1917. He was 22 years old.
In January 1917, Douglas was promoted to Captain.
Douglas Nicholls fought with the 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment in 1916 and was wounded during the battle.
Douglas was awarded the military cross for bravery.
During the war some women became nurses and helped soldiers recover from their wounds.
In December 1914, Douglas joined the army
In September 1914, Douglas started at Balliol College, Oxford.
On August 4th 1914, War is declared.
Douglas Nicholl’s father got a new job as the Vicar at Quay Place. The whole family moved to Ipswich.
Douglas Nicholls was born in Westleton, Suffolk.