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1st Volunteer Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A large leather bound photograph album presented by Lieutenant Colonel O.P. Serocold in 1902. It contains 13 double sided pages with only 9 being utilized. It contains portrait images of officers who served in the battalion up to and including the 1st World War by which time the battalion had been become the 4th Battalion

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The side of the memorial where the Wiltshire Regiment's names begin.

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - Five colour photos of a monument in Colesburg cemetery in South Africa which includes the names of nineteen members of the Battalion who died in the Boer War - the date of the photos is unknown; it is also possible that there are soldiers from the 2nd Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment in this cemetery.

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Part of the cemetery.

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99the Regiment - Two black and white photos of the cemetery at Kambula in Zululand, South Africa where the grave of Lieutenant Johnson is who died in the Zulu War of 1879 - the photos were taken in 1952 by Comrade J Collett.

Person(s): Johnson,, Lieutenant;


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4th /6th Royal Berkshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the battalion football team. Standing {L to R] Mortimor, Orwin, Sparkes, Weller, Badcock, Mr Jones (Trainer) Front L to R Gardner, Lunnon, Yendle, Warth, Lambert. [In this game in 1966 they beat the Regular Army champions 3-2.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck believed shortly after being commissioned, 1940

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck in Lucknow, India during the 2nd World War.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck in Lucknow, India during the 2nd World War.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck at Pachmarhi, India India during the 2nd World War.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck outside his tent in Tumker Road, near Bangalore, India during the 2nd World War.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of the officers in Minamatti Camp, Comilla, India in the early 1940s. Standing L to R - Sammy Weatherup, John Turner, Cyril Adams, John Flitter, David Skene, Nobby Clark, Keith Fallon, Duke Affleck, Bob Saville, Robert Topham, Inky Penn, Basil Haines.Middle Sat L to R - John Climpson, Dicky Canning, Joe Panks, Eric Macauley, H. Brown, Bear Beyan, David Jay, Percy Seymour, Stevenson, McMillan, Tom Dutton, Jack Newton (Front L to R Barry Dawson, Tony Morton.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck [Left]with ‘Uncle Tom in Cape-town , South Africa, 1941. [We believe this was taken on route to India]

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck [Left] and Barry Dawson in Burma, 1944 India during the 2nd World War.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant Stewart Affleck [Right] and Colour Sergeant Wilks at Deolali, India during the 2nd World War.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of Lieutenant 109558 David Day in India. Later Killed in Action on the 22nd February, 1944 In Burma. He was the son of Arthur Perceval and Ada Christine Day, of Reigate Surrey, Husband of Valerie Day. He was killed in an attack on an enemy position known as the ‘Pimples’

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photo of officers at Dinaopr, India in the early 1940s. (Rear Row L to R) Stanley Boreick, Harding, Christenson, Basil Haines, Nelson Motion, Barclay Hampshire. (2nd Row L to R) Veal, Ron Avery, Cyril Adams, Wilkinson, Galloway, John Turner, Ink Penn, Dear (3rd Row L to R) John Flitter, David Skene, Keith Falcon, Strayn?? Brown, Bob Topham, John Cain, Duke Affleck, Jock Henson, Foster (Sat Front L to R) Jack Newton, Dick Wort, Joe Panks, Hagley, Doggy, Colonel Thomas Stevenson, MacMillen, Tom Dutton, John Clipson, RSM Simper.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A large hard backed photograph album consisting of 102 pages of which 92 have been used. It was presented to the Officers Mess in April 1950 by Lieutenant Colonel N E C Kenrick DSO. It covers the period between 1949 and 1958 and the postings in Germany, England, Hong Kong and Cyprus. [Includes advance party images to Malaya]

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A hard bound photograph album containing 31 double sided pages. It was owned and kept by Lieutenant Colonel A.W. Timmis who served in both regular Battalions. He was captured during the early days of the 1st World War and remained in captivity throughout the war. He resumed Regimental soldiering after the war eventually commanding the 2nd Battalion in Kamptee, India in the 1920s. The album is very much ?horse? orientated as he was a horseman of some note, both as a jockey and as a Polo player. The photos in this album cover South Africa with the Mounted Infantry, India, and China. It contains a total of 82 black and white and sepia photos (Objects 31645 to 31720) of the MI (Mounted Infantry) Company in South Africa in the period 1910 to 1912, of the Battalion in India in 1909, of soldiers, presumably prisoners-of-war, at Krefeld in 1914 and of the Battalion's tours in Hong Kong and India in the period 1919 to 1926; a lot of the original photos are missing as the album would have held well over 120 photos.

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1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - A colour photo of the grave marker in Imphal Cemetery in Burma for 2nd Lieutenant C W Stephens who was killed 19th May 1944 and was attached to the Suffolk Regiment at the time

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Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia portrait photo of Major JH Peacock as a Lieutenant c1924

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