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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of Bandsman Dowdell at Mustapha Barracks, Alexandria, in Egypt in 1931

Person(s): Dowdell,, Bandsman;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photograph of 2 soldiers, Corporal C Dowdell (2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment) and Private Wollett (1st Bn, Queens West Surrey Regiment) just after the 1st World War

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:1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the Battalion Lightweight Tug-of-War team who were the winners at Peshawar in 1901-2 and at Rawalpindi in 1904 - but it is not clear exactly of what; the photo as provided is a photo of a mounted copy which contains the names of the participants and was a taken by David Robson - but the original photo was taken in India by a Mr G Dean

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion Light Weight Tug of War team who were the winners of station competitions at Peshawar in 1901-2 and at Rawal Pindi in 1904

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows the coffins prior to being placed on the aircraft for the final journey to England.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows one of the soldier's coffins being carried onto the plane by his comrades.

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SBYRW : 30088

1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows the coffins being carried by their comrades towards the waiting planes.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows soldiers from the Battalion preparing to carry one of their comrades onto the transport plane.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the repatriation of the bodies of Privates Ben Hinton, Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner. Private Hinton was killed on the 9th September 1994 with the remainder dying three days later in similar circumstances. They died when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads. This occurred when they were operating out of Gorazde in Eastern Bosnia. This image shows the Padre, Captain Irwin, reading prayers over the coffin of one of the soldiers at the airport.

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of the three memorial crosses erected by the comrades of Privates Phillip Armstrong, Martin Dowdell and Christopher Turner at the scene of the accident. They were killed on the 12th September 1999 when the Saxon Armoured vehicles they were travelling in came off the mountain roads.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the Band at Tidworth, June in 1926. In the back row from left to right, they are Bandsmen C. Ansell, F. Iszard, R. Garvey, L/Corporal R.W. Griffiths, Bandsmen P.Langley, H.A. Allison, P. Woodman, J. Dowdell and Boy G. Nunn. In the 2nd row from rear from left to right are Bandsmen Blackman and A. Westall, L/Corporal T. Smith, Bandsmen A. Offord, F. Clarke, H. Heath, A. Chennells, E. Langan, P. Smith, and J. Davis. In the 3rd row from rear, again from left to rght are BandsmenT. Langley, J.A.V.O. Perry, W. Coote, Boy G. Taylor, Boy W. McCarragher, Bandsman W. Grandon, Boy H. Mortimer, Boy M. Law, Boy F. Filor and Bandman T. Francis. In the 2nd row from front are Bandsman S. Stannaway, Boy H. Cook, L/Corporal C.J. White, Bandsmen S. Everett, W. Bush, E. Burgess, L/Corporal EJ. Stewart and Bandsman I. Dagworthy. In the front row left to right are L/Corporal H. Shannon, Band Sergeant A.V. Bartholomew, Lieutenant O.G. Woodhouse (Adjutant), Lieutenant Colonel F.H. Dansey, CMG, DSO, Captain S.M.C. Theyre, RSM (WO 1) G. Parker, Bandmaster H.A. Collier and Band Corporal A.J. Hart.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of L/Corporal Maynard (on the left) and Private Dowdell (on the right). Soldiers on the stand are acting the part as marines of the 49th (Hertfordshire) Regiment at the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801 during the Battalion's farewell pageant in Berlin, 1972.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A colour photograph of Private Dowdell acting the part as a marine of the 49th (Hertfordshire) Regiment at the Battle of Copenhagen, 1801 during the Battalion's farewell pageant in Berlin in 1972.

Person(s): Dowdell, , Private;


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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of G Company heavyweight tug-of-war team at Ambala, India in 1907. They were the winners of the inter-Company Heavyweight tug-of-war competitions 1899-1907. Photographer; Bell Thos H. India - 2 copies

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