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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour proof photo of a portrait of General Sir Felix Ready - 2 copies - the negative is also held as Artefact 13821

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia photo of the 'A' Company Hockey Team who were the runners-up in the Singapore Garrison Hockey Competition in 1935 Photographer Malaya Photo Supplies (MPS), 59 Victoria Street, Singapore

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Battalion Army Rifle Association Royal Irish Cup Team at Singapore in 1935 Photographer Malaya Photo Supplies (MPS), 59 Victoria Street, Singapore

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the 'H.Q.' Wing Soccer Team who were the winners of the Inter-Company Football Challenge Shield 1932-3

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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A CD Rom (CD12) created by Martin McIntyre in October 2003 containing a collection of photos scanned by him that belong to Ex-WO2 Pete Reader; the photos are Artefacts 20277 to 20568

Person(s): Reader, P;

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Machine Gun Platoon at Tidworth, Hampshire in 1923

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Machine Gun Platoon at Tidworth, Hampshire in 1923. Rear row (L to R) Private H. Kyte, Private F. Townsend, Private W. Musselwhite, Private T. Morris, Private J. Miller, Private J. Vincent, Private J. Brooks, Private J. Hinder.(2nd Row L to R) L/Corporal Hayward, Private Jones, Private F. Tanner, Private J. Webb, Private F. Tasker, Private J. Taylor, L/Corporal T. Webster, Private T. King, Private J. Miller, Private H -?- (front row seated L to R) Corporal R. Read, Private V. Baker, Sergeant C. -?- Captain G, Wait MC, Sergeant A. Farley, Private W. Locke, Corporal E. King. (Front L to R) All unidentified.

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2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the Band and the Corps of Drums, with the Colonel of the Regiment, General Sir Felix Ready at Shorncliffe in Kent in 1934

Person(s): Ready, F;

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2nd Bn, Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment - A colour photo of 'C' (Wiltshire) Company at the Formation Camp at Bodney Camp, Stanford, in Norfolk, in October 1995

Person(s): Hill, D, Private; Cuthbert, Corporal P C; Sarson, K, Private; Skull, S J, L/Corporal; Dingsdale, M N, Private; Davies, G J, Private; Ward, M J, L/Corporal; Cornwell, A J, Private; Wheaton, M E, Private; Warters, Corporal K M; Wright, T J, Private; Davis, S L, Private; Jackson, L, Private; Davey, Corporal R; Pugh, Corporal R A; Roger, H J, Private; Humphrey, S F, Private; Gibbs, A C, Private; Kingswell, S D, Private; Patient, R C, L/Corporal; Fisk, M A, Private; Wickham, Corporal D J; Grant, M A, Private; Swain, Corporal K A; Lort, N P, L/Corporal; Griffiths, C J, Private; Bulpitt, J A, L/Corporal; James, C E, Private; Marler-Hausen, L D, Private; Crewe, S M, Private; Dove, R E, Private; Merritt, A, L/Corporal; Maxam, C, L/Corporal; Maxam, J, Private; Williams, Corporal C; Rhodes, S, Private; Millar, D, Private; Luckman, S, Private; Brough, Colour H K R, Sergeant; Crewe-Read, S D, Lieutenant; Reade, K M, WO2; Ramsay, S J, Lieutenant; Adcock, Colour P M, Sergeant; Jones G, Private; Butcher, K L, L/Corporal; Balcombe, M A, Private; Stiddard, S A, Private; Pendleton,, Private; Yates, A, Private; Jackson, K, Private; Scott, P A, L/Corporal; Singleton, S J, Sergeant; Harrison, J M, Sergeant; Humphries, A V, Sergeant; Prescott, Colour R M, Sergeant; Walker, R J, WO2; Broderstad, E R C, Lieutenant; Davies, D I, WO2; Marshall, A W, Major; Gillingham, D J, Captain; Rogers, 2nd D J, Lieutenant; Gray, S, WO2; Sergeant, S J, Sergeant; Nulty, J P, Sergeant; Jeremy, M A, Sergeant; Speak, P M, Sergeant;

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1st Bn, Wessex Regiment - A colour photo of the Warrant Officers and Sergeants at Annual Camp in 1979 in Cultybraggan in Mess Dress or Dinner Jackets

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the gravestone of Private C V Read who died on 28th September 1956 when the Battalion was stationed in Cyprus which is where he is buried - the date of the photo is unknown - 2 copies

Person(s): Read, C V, Private;

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph showing soldiers from ?D? Company in 1979, removing part of a barricade in William Street, Londonderry. They are wearing the helmets introduced in 1975; these were the new glass fibre reinforced plastic type which gave greater protection and stability. The soldier in the background, carrying the Self Loading Rifle, has the new helmet with visor attached. Private Mark Reading (right of the photo without his helmet) is helping to remove the barricade.

Person(s): Reading, M, Private;

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Royal Berkshire Regiment - A display copy of a black and white photo of General Sir Felix Ready, in civilian clothes, inspecting a group of Gunners sometime between the two World Wars

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Major Nigel Walker and members of the Corps of Drums in Nicosia Military Cemetery.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Fifteen colour photos of the Battalion, while on UN Peace-Keeping duties in Cyprus in 1984 and 1985, honouring the dead of the Royal Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment's.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A colour photo of members of the 'D' Company Football Team which won the Inter-Company competition, Sergeant Parks, L/Corporal Lloyd, Private Rumble, Private Rook, Sergeant Tait and Sergeant Reading; the place and date are unknown though it is possiby in the 1990s

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The Colonel-in-Chief, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, talking to a group of soldiers and their wives.

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Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - Three colour and two black and white photos of the celebrations, in Reading in 1993, for the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Regiment in the form of the raising of Trelawney's Regiment which went on to become the 49th Foot.

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