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illustrating operations of 13th Corps 3 Oct and 11 Nov 1918 x10

Person(s): McCracken, F W N, Sir;


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Wiltshire Regiment - A framed pictorial map of Wiltshire dating from the 2nd World War


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Wiltshire Regiment - An old map of Devizes, dating from 1835, by R Creighton and presented by Major R Welch in 1963


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A map of Kyrenia (North of Cyprus), published in 1955 and used by the Battalion during its time on the island from 1956 to 1959. It belonged to Private David Mouland.


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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry - Two copies of the Operation Herrick deployment map as at the 1st Febuary 2006. It includes the location of the RGBWLI sub-units at that time.


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Royal Berkshire Regiment - 2 maps, 1st a map of red cross prisoner of war camps published by Red Cross and St John's Ambulance. 2nd a war map of Germany

Person(s): McIntyre, Corporal M;


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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A collection of maps of routes taken by Battalion from England to the Middle East, both out (1917) and back (1920). The maps were printed from Compton's Interactive Encyclopesia Delux. They were among other documents relating to Private R. Pitman.

Person(s): Pitman, R, Private;


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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Two commonwealth war grave edition maps (numbers 15 and 52) detailing all the cemetariesin the Amiens/Arrass/Ypres and Tournai area

Person(s): Cook, R L;


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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of a sketch map of the Tuz Khurmatla position (pro reference is WO955161).Mesopotamia 1917-18.


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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of a sketch map of the area of Ain Lailah (pro reference is WO955161). Mesopotamia 1917-18.


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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of a sketch map of the Ain Lailah Road (pro reference is WO955161). Mesopotamia. 1917-18.


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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A copy of a sketch map covering the area of Kut Al Amarah Shumran (pro reference is WO955161). Mesopotamia. 1917-18.


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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A complete plan of Brock Barracks, Reading, the Regimental Headquarters of the Regiment, revised in 1966.


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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Maps used by Lieutenant Colonel J Hill relating to 'B' Company's route in the Burma Campaign

Person(s): Hill, John, Colonel;


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5th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Commemorative Town Street Map of Bernieres-Sur-Mer in Normandy, France, with the various beaches and memorials, all relating to D Day in June 1944, marked.


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Map 1:25,000 of Ayios AmVrosisos area of Cyprus and published by D. Survey, War Office and Air Ministry dated 1956; it belonged to Corporal C.F.C. Hewgill who served from 5th September 1955 to 8th September 1958.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Map 1:25,000 of Lefkoniko area of Cyprus and publish by D. Survey, War Office and Air Ministry dated 1956 and belonging to Corporal C.F.C. Hewgill who served from 5th September 1955 to 8th September 1958.

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The first map

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Twenty map tracings of Battalion and Company positions kept by Major G.F. Woolnough M.C during the Italian Campaign. Many of the locations are unidentified and require further investigation . Seven of them have been scanned and are available here

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A hand drawn map by Sergeant Richards showing the Battalion's positions in a camp area on the 31st October 1942 in the area of the Isfahan-Qum Road, near Basra. Some officers are named.

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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A plan of Brock Barracks dated 24.1.1974. At this time the barracks was reduced in size with half being turned over for local housing. This plan shows what was left. These Barracks were the home of the Depot of the Regiment for many years.


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