1 more photo available
SBYRW : 10372
Unit unknown or none - Leather Ammunition Pouch dated around 1880
SBYRW : 10674
Unit unknown or none - 1944 pattern webbing, left hand ammunition pouch.
SBYRW : 10675
Unit unknown or none - 1944 pattern webbing, right hand ammunition pouch
SBYRW : 10678
Unit unknown or none - 1944 pattern webbing compass pouch
SBYRW : 18001
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - 58 pattern front right ammunition pouch.
McIntyre, A B;
SBYRW : 18002
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A set of 58 pattern kidney pouches (rear pouches)
SBYRW : 18082
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A United States carrying pouch used by soldiers of the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment in Northern Ireland.
SBYRW : 18086
1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment - A modern load carrying case.
SBYRW : 21391
Unit unknown or none - A leather compass pouch
SBYRW : 28525
1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A 37 pattern ammunition pouch. It is believed that this was worn in the late 1940s
SBYRW : 29900
Wiltshire Regiment - A pair of 1908 webbing pouches believed to have been worn by a member of the Regiment during the 1st World War.
SBYRW : 29941
Wiltshire Regiment - A pistol magazine webbing pouch (for two magazines) believed to have been used by an officer of the Regiment in Cyprus in the late 1950s.
SBYRW : 34586
4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - 1937 Pattern Compass Pouch
Wheeler, T, Major;
SBYRW : 44092
4th Bn, The Rifles - Five carrying pouches used with the Osprey body armour.
SBYRW : 5141
1st Wiltshire Volunteer Rifle Corps - Officer's Cross Belt Pouch
SBYRW : 5147
Berkshire Volunteers Rifle Volunteers - Officer's Crossbelt and pouch.
SBYRW : 5224
1st [Berkshire] Volunteer Corps Berkshire Volunteers - Officer's pouch
SBYRW : 5225
1st Volunteer Bn Berkshire Volunteers - Officer's leather binocular pouch
9 more photos available
SBYRW : 9309
Unit unknown or none - Two ammunition pouches dated around 1890.
...1943 the 1st Royal Berkshire war diary entry reads:
0945 hrs Divine Service in the Field. Coys Parade independently.
1015 hrs Lieut Col G.P. Oldfield addresses all officers.
Reference to Appendices Appendix D. Phonetic Alphabet
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