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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Company Shield 'A' Shooting team in Hong Kong in 1951 Photographer; Mainland Studio, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Officers at Annual camp at Fort Gomer, near Portsmouth, in 1948; this was the first Camp since the war and was a shorter one than usual Photographer; J C Lawrence and Sons, Gosport

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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion on parade when Field Marshal Montgomery received the Freedom of Salisbury in Autumn 1949. Lieutenant (later Major) G R A Pickford is carrying the Colours and Major Bill Newton-Clare is the Guard Commader behind Montgomery Photographer; Salisbury Journal (Copyright)

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The photograph

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion shooting team who were the winners of Hong Kong Inter Unit Small Bore League 1953 with (Standing Left to Right) Private J Shephard, CQMS D C Mortimer, Sergeant P Martin, Captain F J Stone, (WTO), SSI J H Docherty (APTC), Private R Blow and (Sitting) CQMS K Rooke, 2nd Lieutenant C T Edwards, Lieutenant Colonel L H Wood OBE, RSM S Kirkbright and Sergeant W C Clare (REME)

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The whole memorial.

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43rd Wessex Division - Two black and white photographs of the Division's Memorial, at an unknown location, showing the inscription "who laid down their lives in the cause of freedom July 10-29 1944, when this ridge, Chateau de Fontaine, Eterville and Maltot were captured and held". These are part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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Unit unknown or none - A black and white full length photograph of Lance Corporal Herbert Mitchell Newton-Clare smoking a pipe, at an unknown location; it is not clear whether this photo was taken while he was still in the Royal Artillery, in which case he holds the rank of L/Bombadier, or after he transferred to the Wiltshire Regiment. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

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Unit unknown or none - A black and white full length photograph of Lance Corporal Herbert Mitchell Newton-Clare smoking a pipe, at an unknown location; it is not clear whether this photo was taken while he was still in the Royal Artillery, in which case he holds the rank of L/Bombadier, or after he transferred to the Wiltshire Regiment. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment & 43rd Wessex Division - A black and white photograph of an old comrades Regimental reunion, at an unknown location and not dated. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Regiment on parade in Salisbury Market Square, Wiltshire during the ceremony of being granted the Freedom of Salisbury by the Mayor in 1947. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War. Photographer; Salisbury Journal (Copyright)

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of a group of Officers from either the 4th or the 5th Bn Wiltshire Regiment showing the 43rd Wessex insignia on the shoulder of their uniforms. No location or date is known. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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4th Bn (TA), Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of their annual camp, taken at Chickerell near Weymouth, Dorset in 1949. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War. Another copy exists as Artefact 11247

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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Casements fairly close to land.

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Two black and white photographs of large rectangular concrete sections which were used to make a temporary harbour at Arromanches, France during the 2nd World War. It was taken on 5th September 1950 and is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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Unit unknown or none - A black and white photograph of soldiers on a firing range, no location or date given. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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Unit unknown or none - A black and white photograph of the butts of a firing range with smoke from a number of smoke grenades in front of them, no location or date given. This is part of a collection of photographs donated by the family of Major H M Newton-Clare MC, who served with both the Wiltshire Regiment and 43rd Wessex Division, during the 2nd World War.

Person(s): Newton-Clare H M;


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The freedom parade in Salisbury City Centre, November 1947

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Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Parade formed up in Salisbury Market Square on 3 December 1947 when the Regiment was awarded the Freedom of Salisbury. Number 1 Company was formed by soldiers from the 1st Battalion; Number 2 Company consisted of the Colour parties of the 1st and 4th Battalions together with the standards from fourteen branches of the Old Comrades Associations. Major Dutton MC commanded No 1 Company, Lieutenant Colonel Luce DSO commanded No 2 Company and Major Read No 3 Company. The parade as a whole was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel N Kenrick. The county cadets lined the parade ground.The 1st Battalion colour bearers were Lieutenant Etherington, Lieutenant Fairclough. The 4th Battalion bearers were Captain Brain and Captain Newton-Clare MC. The Bandmaster was Bandmaster Dalrymple, Parade Adjutant Major Royle, The RSM was RSM White, [No 1 Company RSM Davies, No 2 Company RSM Bull]

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Brigadier, Officers and 1st reinforcements at Hawkhurst, in Kent in May 1944. This group also included 11 Canadian Officers who were attached to the Battalion for the forthcoming invasion of Europe. The following named officers are known to be in this photograph but their exact location is not known: Lieutenant George, Lieutenant F Goddard., Lieutenant G. Baker, Lieutenant D. Keeling, Lieutenant Gardiner, Lieutenant E. Drake, Liuetenant A.Willick, Lieutenant M.Chittenden, Lieutenant T. Wood, Lieutenant Litrizza, Lieutenant Baker, Lieutenant Newton-Clare, Lieutenant J. Sollitt, Lieutenant E. Hooke, Captain W. Newman, Captain Dobby, Lieutenant D. Brown, Lieutenant J. Slatter, Lieutenant B. Bevan, Captain I. Herridge, Captain B. Rundle (GB Brigade), Captain E. Norris, Captain F. Milne, Captain M. Dicker, Captain A. Snell, Major W. Hankey, Major R. Wheatley, Major P. Pearson, Major P. Pearson, Brigadier Mole, Lieutenant Colonel Kenrick, Captain H. Peace, Major Rimmington, Major S, McClintock, Captain Daybell, Captain Field and Captain P. Barber

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5th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the officers of the Battalion at Hawkhurst in Kent in May 1944 showing (in the rear row left to right) Lieutenant Edwin Laurence. George (KIA 10.7.1944), Lieutenant Goddard, Lieutenant Baker (wounded), Lieutenant Keeling (wounded), Lieutenant Gardiner (wounded), Lieutenant Harry John Drake (KIA 26.8.1944), Lieutenant Willick (wounded), Lieutenant Chittenden (awarded the MC and KIA), Lieutenant Ludford (wounded), Lieutenant Wood (wounded), Lieutenant Lizrizza (wounded), Lieutenant Baker. In the 2nd row (left to right) are Captain Norris (awarded the MC and wounded), Lieutenant N. Clare (awarded the MC and wounded), Lieutenant Solutt ?(wounded), Lieutenant Edward Henry Hooke (KIA 30.6.1944), Lieutenant Robinson (wounded), Captain Newman, Unidentified, Captain Dobby, Lieutenant Brown (wounded), Lieutenant Ronald Ambrose Slater (KIA 13.8.1944), Captain Bevan and Captain Herridge (wounded). Seated in the front row (Left to right) are Captain Milne (awarded the MC and wounded), Captain Sidney Charles Maskell-Dicker (KIA 24.7.1944), Captain Snell (wounded), Major Hankey (KIA), Major Wheatley (awarded the DSO), Major Pearson (promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, awarded the DSO and KIA), Lieutenant Colonel Kenrick,(awarded the DSO and wounded), Captain Pearce (awarded the MC and wounded), Major Rimmimington (wounded), Major McClintock (wounded), Captain Daybell (wounded), Captain E.R.B. Field (awarded the MC and KIA) and Captain Barber (wounded).

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A photocopy of a photograph of Lieutenant Alfred Douglas Clare. He was taken prisoner in 1918 whilst acting as the Battalion adjutant.

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