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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the gravestone of L/Corporal Frederick Joseph Prouting who was killed in action on 3rd November 1914 and is buried in Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery in Belgium. The photograph was taken in summer 2004 Photographer: Mr J Chapman

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4th/6th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the last Sergeants Mess Function at the Dragon Club, Reading in 1967. It featured the 'Last round fired on Japanese field gun' (Left to Right) Drum Major JONES, Tommy BAYNHAM, George WHITEWICK, Sergeant MATTENLEY, Sergeant PROUT, Pete READER, Colour Sergeant RHODES, Sergeant Les BECKLEY. A Thunder flash propelled a lemon through a glass door. The guns in question were captured and brought back to England after the 2nd World War from Burma. They are now outside the Regimental Museum at Salisbury.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Battalion signallers in Ireland in 1910. In the rear row from left to right are Private Theobald, Private Tagg, L/Corporal Peake, Private Everett, Private Lawrence, Private Prouting, L/Corporal Blagrove, Private Pritchard, Private Davison, Private Griffen, Private Louch and Private Titchener. Standing from left to right are Private Grubb, Private Minhall, Private Passingham, Private Young, Sergeant Waller, Lieutenant E.A.B. Orr, Lieutenant R.B.L. Harvey, Corporal Bligh, Private Mathews, Private Larcombe, L/Corporal Hahner, Private Coxhead. Sitting from left to right are Private Walker, L/Corporal Day, Private Mackenzie, Private Taylor, Private Gravestock, Private Wallis, Private Russ and L/Corporal Perrin.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white digital image from the collection collected/taken by Private 23350504 William John Stevens taken in Cyprus during the EOKA campaign 1957 - 1959. He served in the Motor Transport Section in Headquarters Company. This image shows Privates C. Hunky, Graham Challis and ?Farmer Prout (Believed assault pioneers) practicing with some equipment.

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