Now featuring Scots in the Great War Living History Society.
Nachrichtenwesen : The German signals service. Naik: Indian corporal of infantry. Napoo: finished. Narednik: Serbian sergeant. NCO: Non-Commissioned Officer. Nichevo: finished. Naval Mines: Floating bombs, the majority of which were triggered by contact. Nieuport 10: French reconnaissance biplane also used by the British and Italians during the early war. Nieuport 11: French fighter also used by the British and Italians. Nieuport 12: French reconnaissance biplane used from 1915-16. Nieuport 16: French fighter biplane used during 1916. Nieuport 17: French fighter biplane, first used in 1916. Nieuport 24: French fighter also used by Britain and America, introduced in 1918. Nieuport 27: French fighter also used in small numbers by Britain, Italy and America during the late war. Nieuport 28: French fighter mainly used by America in 1918. Nijnichin: Russian private. Nizam: The Turkish regular army. No Man’s Land: The ground between opposing lines of trenches. Noper / Noperforce: North Persian Force. Norman Thompson NT: Series of British flying boats. Northern Barrage: An Allied attempt to block the northern end of the North Sea with minefields. Number Nine: British laxative pill. Numnah: Cover for a horse’s back. NYD: ‘Not Yet Diagnosed’. NZEF: New Zealand Expeditionary Force. NZMR: New Zealand Mounted Rifles. NZRB: New Zealand Rifle Brigade.