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49th Regiment - A sepia group image of the officers in Ireland 1864/5. [This image was taken at the same place as 6889] The sitters in the image are listed in pencil on the edge of the photo and numbered. We believe the numbering was done in the late 1890s. [Standing L to R] [1] Sergeant Major Parr. [2] Captain  Graham Taylor. [3] Captain William Young. [4] Lieutenant McCullan. [5] Lieutenant Robert Oliver Aldworth. [6] Ensign Henry Board Williams. [7] Captain Thomas Cowper Hincks.[8]  Captain  Edward J. Cresswell. [9] Captain William John Gillespie. [10] Lieutenant Edgar Londsale. [11] Quartermaster Kerridge, [12] Captain William Madden. [13]  Ensign  Phillip Alfred West. [14] Lieutenant and Adjutant Edward Mackay. [15] Not named [Sat L to R] [16] Captain  William Watts Corban. [17] Surgeon Major Saunders. [18] Paymaster  Henry Seymour Michelle [19] Major  Fanshaw William Gostling. [20] Colonel Cadwallader  Adams, [21]Major  Thomas Priauix St George Armstrong. [22] Captain  John Hopkins. [23] Ensign  John Arthbutnot. [24] Lieutenant John Issac  Nason. [25] Ensign Charles Pitcher Temple.  [26] Ensign  Edwin Glass Fern. [27] Ensign Smith Thomas Sidney [Sinclair]. [28] Lieutenant  George Shirley. [29] Ensign  George Charles Cockburn. [30] Ensign Carey [No Trace - could be a lord]. [31] Ensign  Charles Barter Bogue.

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Canada - Algonquin Regiment - A black and white photo of Sergeant Longstaff with the Regimental mascot (Mike Cassidy) at Port Arthur in Canada in 1941

Person(s): Longstaff,, Sergeant;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Sergeant Long of the US Army and Corporal Cowle outside the Combined Forces Command Building in Korea in 1989 when the Battalion sent a composite Platoon to that country from Hong Kong where they were stationed at the time

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of Sergeant Long and L/Corporal Lichota controlling mortar fire in 1978 when the Battalion was stationed at Warminster as Demonstration Battalion

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Colonel-in-Chief, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, presenting a Commander-in-Chief's commendation to Sergeant Major Jim Long during a visit to the Battalion in 1980 when it was stationed at Osnabruck Photographer; Public Relations Photo Section, HQ BAOR

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Fladgate, about to make a presentation of some sort to Private Jonathan Moyer with Sergeant Jim Long "holding the plate" probably in Shoeburyness Photographer; J F Cavaco

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Corporal Jim Long taking cover during a live firing exercise.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Berlin 1971-1973 Two black and white photos of Exercise 'Beechnut' 23rd July to 6th August 1972 at La Courtine, France.

Person(s): Long, Corporal J;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Berlin 1971-1973 A black and white photo of Exercise 'Beechnut' 23rd July to 6th August 1972 at La Courtine, France. Corporal Jim Long takes cover during a live firing exercise

Person(s): Long, Corporal J;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the the 1967 KAPE (Keeping the Army in the Public Eye) Team of the Battalion taken on the square in Le Marchant Barracks, Devizes, Wiltshire in September 1967. It comprised the Regimental Recruiting Team which was deployed to the Regimental Counties from Minden, West Germany from April to August (Lieutenant T M A Daly, Sergeant D R Head and L/Corporals I G Backhouse, M A Browne and T J Hoare) and a reinforcement group which deployed from Minden on 14Sep67 to join them for the KAPE tour 24Sep-07Oct. 27 Army Youth Team (Wiltshire) which was manned by DERR personnel on 2 year postings (Lieutenant R C Vaughan-Payne, Sergeant M Green, and L/Corporals Davidson, M Kerr and Nicholls) and based in Le Marchant Barracks, Devizes, was attached to the KAPE Team for the duration of the tour. Sergeant M Mortimer was the Wessex Brigade Recruiter (DERR) based in Wiltshire who also joined the KAPE Team. Front row kneeling, left to right are Private P J Cuss, Private S P Riddell, Private K A Heath, L/Corporal T J Hoare, L/Corporal M A Browne, Sergeant M Mortimer, Sergeant D R Head, Private K A Bousfield, L/Corporal M A Devonshire, Private I J Ball, Private L W Stretch Rear row standing, left to right, are Corporal D A Bailey, Corporal D O Morgan, L/Corporal J C Long, Lieutenant R C Vaughan-Payne, Lieutenant T M A Daly (OC), L/Corporal I G Backhouse, Private Starsmere Vehicles, left to right: Truck 3/4 ton GS Cargo from the Battalion FV432 Armoured Personnel Carrier on loan to the RRT from the Infantry Demonstration Battalion at The School of Infantry Trucks 1/4 ton GS Cargo x2 on loan to the RRT from a Southern Command pool. Truck 3 ton GS Cargo from the Battalion Truck 1/4 ton GS Fitted For Radio from the Battalion (Note: these were all operational vehicles but had been 'bulled' and regimentally identified with badges and sign boards for KAPE purposes. The standard vehicle colour then was deep bronze green which polished well; drab olive green and then disrupted pattern camouflage was not generally adopted until the early 1970s. The trucks from the Battalion were in the normal 'exhausted' condition caused by the BAOR Cold War training programme and had ended a 2 week exercise only 5 days before starting the drive to the Channel for the crossing to England, so had required considerable tender loving care to achieve the state shown; they were also left hand drive which caused some bemusement in the towns and villages of Berkshire and Wiltshire. The DERR badges on the vehicles were made by apprentices at 27 Command Workshop REME at Warminster by copying the badge 'borrowed' from the Commanding Officer's staff car in Germany while he was on leave!

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the 19567 KAPE (Keeping the Army in the Public Eye) team on the square at Devizes with vehicles, under command of Captain Daly; the personnel are Private P J Cuss, Private S P Riddell, Corporal D A Bailey, Corporal D O Morgan, Private K A Heath, L/Corporal T J Hoare, L/Cprporal J C Long, Sergeant M Mortimer, Lieutenant R C Vaughan-Payne, Lieutenant T M A Daly (OC), Sergeant D R Head, L/Corporal I G Backhouse, Private K A Bousfield, L/Corporal M A Devonshire, Private I J Ball, Private Starsmere, L/Corporal M A Browne, Private L W Stretch

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo of the 27th Army Youth Team at Devizes around 1967 showing 2 liveried landrovers with drivers (right) facing the camera, Lance Corporal Jim Long and (left) an unidentified soldier

Person(s): Long, J;


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4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of a Prisoner of War group somewhere in Germany during the 2nd World War - the names on the back, slightly illegible, also show the units the people came from, some Royal Berkshires

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the Warrant Officer's and Sergeant's Mess of the Battalion, on the occasion of the presentation of the Colours on the 21st July 1956, together with Her Majesty the Queen (the photograph is ripped in half and badly damaged) Photographer; Gale and Polden Ltd. Aldershot. 2 copies - the second one is in a better condition

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Buckingham Palace of the Battalion's 1966 winning team for the Duke of Edinburgh's Trophy; the team consisted of (Front row) Private CHILTON, Captain SHAW STEWART, Captain LONG (With the Trophy), the Duke of Edinburgh, Lieutenant Colonel SELLERS, Major FRAZER, Company Sergeant Major BAYNHAM, (Middle Row) Sergeant John BYLES, two unidentified members, G BECKINSDALE, Corporal ALLEN, OVERTON (Back Row) Corporal R BISHOP, an unidentified member, B CHAPLIN, Sergeant DAY, WILSON, Corporal TILLY, Sergeant Bags WALLIS and WO2 Harry BECKMANM

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Brock Barracks, Reading, of the Battalion's 1962 winning team for the Duke of Edinburgh's Trophy; the team consisted of (Front row Left to Right) WO2 Pete READER, Lieutenant Peter LONG, Lieutenant Chris SMALLBONE, Captain David HEAVEN, Lieutenant CULLINGHAM, Captain Henry BAILEY and WO2 Titch BAYNHAM and others in the two rear rows

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion's Winning Duke of Edinburgh's Trophy team in 1962 being congratulated by the Duke himself showing Lieutenant Colonel R.A. PLACKETT TD, Prince Phillip, Captain David HEAVAN, Lieutenant Peter LONG and Lieutenant CULLINGHAM at Brock Barracks, Reading.

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Bisley in 1959 showing (Back row Left to Right) Corporal STAIG (D Company), Sergeant BECKLEY (S Company), Private LONGBOTTOM (B Company) Captain WINTER (B Company), Lieutenant HOBDAY (HQ Company), Lieutenant BAILEY (D Company), Lieutenant SMALLBONE (HQ Company). (Centre row Left to Right ) Colour Sergeant RIXON (HQ Company), Corporal HEWDICK (D Company), Sergeant SIMMONDS (B Company) Captain STEWART (WTO), Private WERSTLAKE (B Company), Lieutenant CHALLENOR (B Company), Captain WALKER (C Company) (Front row with Light Machine Guns) Corporal BULL (D Company) Company Sergeant Major READER (D Company), Company Sergeant Major BAYNHAM (HQ Company) and Sergeant WALLIS

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A black and white photo taken at Osnabruck in West Germany in 1984 of Corporal Brian McIntyre receiving his GOC's (Northern Ireland) Commendation from His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh which was awarded for actions during the tour in Northern Ireland. In the background is Sergeant Jim Long.

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