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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers at Bear Wood in 1898. It shows, standing from left to right, Captain Thomas Shields, Lieutenant Edward B. Ormond, Captain Arthur Cooper, Lieutenant Hurst (Eton OTC), -?-, Major George H. Morland, Lieutenant Bernard A. Collins, Lieutenant Francis Morland, Lieutenant Grundy, Captain David J. Mason, Captain Denis De Vitre, Lieutenant Walter P. Alleyne, Captain Horace Manders, Surgeon Alexander G. Paterson, Captain A.C. Arding, Captain Lionel H. L. Hanbury and Lieutenant Arthur Evans. Seated are Captain Arthur F. Ewen, Lieutenant Godfrey Walter, Lord Wantage VC, Lieutenant Colonel A.F. Walter, Captain O Pearce-Serocold, Captain and Adjutant Edward Feetham (regular ofticer attached), Lieutenant Stephen Walter, Mrs Walter, John H.W. Pilcher, Captain and Quartermaster J.T. Morland and Captain James H. Cooper.

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30th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the officers at Hamme, Belgium in April 1945. In the rear row, from left to right, are Captain G.B. Adair, Lieutenant R.A. Cuming, Lieutenant W.C.T. Mumford, Lieutenant A.H. Haynes, Captain H. Fletcher, Lieutenant H.M. Burrage, Captain L.W. Hardy, Lieutenant J. Monague, Captain A.J. Howard, Lieutenant G. Willis and Lieutenant P.G. Strange. In the middle row are Captain B.J. Andrews (RACD), Lieutenant E.F. Wright, Lieutenant C.L.N. Knight, Lieutenant C.H. Lazaros, Lieutenant W.G. Grundy, Lieutenant J.P. Haines, Lieutenant C. Young, Captain W.G. Penn, Lieutenant R.E. Jones, Lieutenant B.A.C. Fitzpatrick, Captain B. Savson and Captain A.MM. Phillips (RAMC). Seated, again from left to right, are Captain A,. Greenwood, Captain and Adjutant I.R. Krish, Major H.P. Verey TD, Brigadier E. Luce DSO, TD (Commander 115 Brigade), Major C.D.H. Todd TD, Major J.R. Rock-Keens, Major R,G.B. Stordy, Captain R.H. Blew-Jones, Captain and Quartermaster N. Godson. [In May 1945 they became part of ?T? Force for Western Holland. Their role was to protect installations, factories and stores of scientific interest previously held by the enemy, before they left them unguarded or destroyed.]

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