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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Battalion Headqarters taken on 27th April 1994 in Alma Barracks, Catterick, Yorkshire. The photograph was taken shortly after the amalgamation of the Gloucestershire Regiment (28th/61st) and the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (49th, 62nd, 66th & 99th)

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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of members of the officers mess taken on 27th April 1994 in Alma Barracks, Catterick, Yorkshire. The photograph was taken shortly after the amalgamation of the Gloucestershire Regiment (28th/61st) and the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (49th, 62nd, 66th & 99th)

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private J. Jewell, in civilian clothes, who was wounded during the 1st World War; he came from 11, Hatch Ride, Crowthorne. This photo looks as if it was taken on his wedding day

Person(s): Jewell, J, Private;


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1st Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photograph of Captain Chris Jewell dishing up a Christmas meal to a Canadian soldier during Operation Grapple which took place between September 1994 and March 1995.

Person(s): Jewell, C, Captain;


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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Officers in Syria in 1944; a note with this photo reads . 'Having taken part in the landings in Sicily and Italy the breakout from Anzio and the advance to Rome in 1943, the,2nd Wiltshires were withdrawn for a rest having suffered nearly 600 casualties in three months. In July 1944 the 5th Division of which,2nd Wiltshires had been a part since the start of the War moved to Palestine with the Wiltshires spending most of their time training at Nathanya, Damascus - near where this photo was taken - and Gaza. The photo shows the Officers seated with Gen Sir William Platt, the Colonel of the Regiment.'

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