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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A four page extract from the Soldier Magazine dated 27th May 1991 entitled ?Moonraking in Fermanagh'. It contains fourteen black and white and coloured images. The following soldiers are featured in the photographs: Lieutenant Colonel Stone, the Commanding Officer, Privates Jeff Bowsher, Steven Heath, David Belcher, Chris Connolly, Dave Baker, Darren Coyle, L/Corporal Danny Simmons, Corporal ?Bear? Bowler, Sergeant Steve Probets. Only the front cover has been scanned and is visible here

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - An account of the IRA bomb explosion at Enniskillen, Northern Ireland on Remembrance Day 8th November 1987 by Major R.N.Wardle, dated 2nd June 1997, and sent to Lieutenant Colonel Stone, as material for his Regimental History book "Cold War Warriors" which was published in 1998

Person(s): Stone, D J A;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A letter and a draft for a proposed Regimental History of the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, dated 6th June 1994, from Lieutenant Colonel Stone to Brigadier Mackereth. The book was published in 1998 as "Cold War Warriors"

Person(s): Stone, D J A;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Five commemorative cards produced by Major Stone to commemorate the tour of duty by 'A' Company in Crossmaglen, Northern Ireland in 1983

Person(s): Stone, D J A;


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99th Regiment - A report relating to the retirement of Major Stoney in New Zealand in 1864. In the 1850s he was the Regiment's paymaster.

Person(s): Stoney, , Major;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Handwritten Battalion Diary that covers the period from the 11th January 1966 to the 8th February 1973. The document includes maps, orders, newspaper cuttings (from the Board of Trade Journal, entitled 'Metz a l'heure Britannique - the week which was a ten day wonder' written by Elizabeth Hartley; the Hildeshelmer Allgemeine Zeitung, dated Monday the 19th May 1969, including 2 photos), original letters, messages, results from sporting events, and other notes. At the front of the diary a list of the names of the various keepers of the diary has been made. These include Lieutenant A P Seaule, Lieutenant R C Vaughan-Payne, Lieutenant A E G Westlake, Captain R K Titley and Lieutenant D J A Stone.

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