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The Berkshire Yeomanry: 200 years of yeoman service (Military Series). by Anthony Verey, A. French, S. Frost, S Sampson. ISBN 9780750907545 (978-0-7509-0754-5) Hardcover, Sutton, 1994.
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The Berkshire Yeomanry was a regiment of the British Army formed in 1794 to counter the threat of invasion during the French Revolutionary Wars. It was the Royal County of Berkshire's senior volunteer unit with over 200 years of voluntary military service. After taking part in the Second Boer War, it saw action as mounted troops in the First World War and as artillery (145th (Berkshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment, Royal Artillery) in the Second World War.
by Anthony Verey; Stuart Sampson; Andrew French; Simon Frost. Published by Alan Sutton. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper. Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos plus colour plates.
Berkshire Yeomanry Question. I think I can safely say this is not Berkshire Yeomanry, and not even militaria? I am very close to the Berkshire Yeomanry museum in Windsor and go there regularly. By newbee, November 7, 2015 in Great Britain: Militaria: Badges, Uniforms & Equipment. While it is similar in design to the Hungerford Star I have never seen jewellery like this. The 8 pointed star is correct but the way it joins the crescent is wrong and.
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He won the Military Cross for actions at Rauray in June 1944 and was also awarded the US Silver Star whilst supporting the Americans on the Siegfried Line at Geilenkirchen in November later that year. A solicitor after the war he passed away in 2016 aged 96. The Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry 1939-1945. I was transferred to the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry in June 1944 after a brief spell with the 24th Lancers (they were disbanded, and my troop was posted to the SRY- Lt Cowans, Sgt Roberts and others).
Flag as Inappropriate. Indian Army Divisions. Newport: Ray Westlake Military Books. Rinaldi, Richard A (2008). The Berkshire Yeomanry is the County of Berkshire's senior volunteer unit with over 200 years of voluntary military service.