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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A photocopy of a black and white photograph of some of "B" Company, after the Battle for Kin-U which took place between 6th - 8th January 1945 in Burma, displaying their spoils of war. Shown in the photograph are Major John Hill, Sergeants Godley and Wynne, Corporal Stone, Lance Corporal Robinson, Privates Stacey, Stewart, Tuffs, Moore, Fabray, Watts and Holbrook

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5th Berkshire (Wantage) Bn, Home Guard - A black and white digital group image of the Headquarters group after the Battalion Training Cup Competition in April 1943. It shows, standing from left to right, WO 1 (Regimental Sergeant Major) Titcombe, Sergeant (later Captain) E.W. Stevenson, Sergeant F. Harris, Sergeant (later Lieutenant) A.E. Morgan, WO 2 E.H. Card, WO 1 Welch (PSI R. Berks Regt), Sergeant (later Lieutenant) G.E. Hallett, WO2 Woodbridge (PSI R. Berks Regt) and RQMS Holbrooke. Sitting, from left to right, are Colonel G. Walton OBE, (Group Commander), Colonel E.W. Stevenson DSO, MC, (Sub-Area Commander), Lieutenant Colonel P.W.K. Carr MC (Commanding Officer), Wing Commander R.F. Garnons-Willians AFC (Commanding RAF Shellingford), Major J.C.K. Cross, Major G.H. Briggs (Brigade Major Berks & Oxon Sub Areas) and Captain H.A. Glaysher.

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1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the Sergeants in Delhi, India in 1915. It shows, in the rear row, from left to right, Sergeants Whatley, Huntley, Fluck, Holbrook, Stafford, Simmons and Waters. In the 2nd row, from left to right, are Sergeants Henley, Bowles, Hopkins, Card, Powney, Fetham, Blake, Garrett, Howe, Stoppard, Opie, Randell, Jones, Bretlain and Marsh. In the 3rd row, agan left to right,, are Sergeants Raine, Munday, Whittaker, Green, Graway, Chard, Leppard, Lenton, Holland, Wallis, Paget, Smith, Burns, Feltham, Grainger, Bailey and Kimber. The 4th row has Sergeant Rowes, Notley,Ellwood and Liddiard, Major Armstrong, Colonel Radnor, Captain (Adjutant) Bond, Sergeants Slick, Thorne, Hare and Thomas.. In the front are Sergeants Cooper, Bryant, Day, Humphries, Stowe, Randell, Drewitt, Walker, Sprag and Hoad. [Note the names are from the notes made by Sergeant Notley in the album, some of the names may have been misspelt]. Sergeant Munday later won the Distinguished Conduct Medal in Palestine in 1917 and Major Armstrong was killed in action whilst in command of the Battalion.

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