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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of 'A' Company at Annual Camp at Windmill Hill on Salisbury Plain in July 1952, the year that Z Reservists, some of whom are in this photo, were recalled to the Colours

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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of an 'A' Company weekend exercise at Wimbourne in 1953 or 1954 showing Major Geoff Brain addressing the Company with Company Sergeant Major Mumford in a beret and overcoat on his far right

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4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of an 'A' Company weekend exercise at Wimbourne in 1953 or 1954 showing Company Sergeant Major Mumford in an overcoat, Major Brain, the Company Commander, and Captain Pickford, his Second-in-Command

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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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