In this tale we follow the 7th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment through recruitment and training, their time in Macedonia and subsequent career protecting the Bulgars from the Roumanians and trying to stem the tide of Bolshevism in the Caucasus.
This is a facsimile edition of the history written by F Loraine Petre and published by the Regiment in 1925.
The history of the Royal Berkshire Regiment from the outbreak of World War 1 until the armistice in 1918.
A 30 page pamphlet that briefly describes the history of The Royal Berkshire Regiment, from 1743, The Wiltshire Regiment, from 1756, and The Duke of Edinburghs Royal Regiment, from 1959.
The Last Twelve Years - An account of the final years of the Royal Berkshire Regiment, from 1947 to 1959, by Major F C Myatt MC.
The Battle of Maiwand was a key clash in the Second Anglo-Afghan War and one of the most serious defeats of the British Army during the “Great Game”. British and Indian troops, in an attempt to intercept Afghan forces at the Maiwand Pass, disastrously underestimated the strength of the enemy and were heavily defeated. If you want to understand what happened and why – read Battle Story: Maiwand.
China Dragons is the story of the 196 officers, NCOs and men of 'B' Company, The Royal Berkshire Regiment, who waged war against the Japanese in Burma as the spearhead of the 14th Army's victorious offensive between November 1944 and June 1945.
Slims Burma Boys, written by John Hill, who commanded 'B' Company, supplements 'China Dragons' which told the story of 'B' Company, 2nd Royal Berkshires at war in Burma 1944/45.
Royal Berkshire Regiment 1743-1914 A photographic record of the Regiment from 1743 to 1914 using many previously unseen prints and images.
Royal Berkshire Regiment 1914-1959 A photographic record of the Regiment from 1914 to 1959 using many previously unseen images from the Regimental archives.