Departure of Guernsey WW1 troops recreated
Hundreds of people have recreated the first march of the Royal Guernsey Light Infantry (RGLI).
On 1 June, 1917, about 1,000 RGLI troops marched from the outskirts of St Peter Port to the island's harbour.
They boarded SS Lydia for further training in Kent, before reaching the French frontline in September.
Some 3,549 men served in the Guernsey force, with more than 40% killed or injured.
Up to 800 Guernsey volunteers also served with Irish regiments during World War One.
On Sunday people lined the parade route to St Peter Port Harbour.
The parade left Fort George, one of two former training sites, at 10:00 BST and followed the route taken 100 years earlier - arriving at the harbour at about 10:30 BST.
Guernsey Bailiff Sir Richard Collas addressed those gathered, saying: "Above all, be proud of what we've done today. And be proud of what those brave men achieved 100 years ago. We will always remember them."
Some 2,430 men were recruited in Guernsey, along with others in the UK. Many served in the Battle of Cambrai, the first major tank offensive of the war.