2 edition of history of the Duke of Cornwall"s Light Infantry, 1939-45 found in the catalog.
history of the Duke of Cornwall"s Light Infantry, 1939-45
Ernest Gordon Godfrey
1966 by Duke of Cornwall"s Light Infantry (Regimental History Committee) in Aldershot (Hants.) .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. x.
|Statement||by Major E. G. Godfrey in collaboration with Major-General R. F. K. Goldsmith.|
|Contributions||Goldsmith, Robert Frederick Kinglake, 1907- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||D760.D77 G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 437 p.|
|Number of Pages||437|
|LC Control Number||67077510|
Born in Barnstaple in the September Quarter of Next day the force moved North to regroup. Wright,7th Bn. Brett Spencer after receiving his Medal from the Governor of Gibraltar.
The regiment was formed in as the Queen's Regiment of horse. I am always interested in buying quality Medals,and I will always consider taking Medals as part-exchange for any purchase. It has two main merits. Illustrated No pictures of D. Sent home by Richard Geary to his wife or girlfriend.
Rare to find a pair. Died 17 October aged He was awarded his L. Gift of Mr P Blincoe, Australia. Andrews Hall, Norwich.
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Medals about good very fine,on wearing bar as worn,clasp loose.
He was a Butcher by trade when he enlisted into the 31st Brigade in Norwich in He donated a collection of Wax Models to the Victoria and Albert Museum,which also holds his records and papers. He served in Crete, Malta and India,before being sent to France in DecemberVery full set of papers online,which show him as wounded and missing-later stated as having died on the 27th July.
He served on numerous Ships and shore establishments serving on H. In good condition. Gift of Mrs Maimie Howie, Dublin.
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Sold with copied census returns, details of gravestone,death cert etc. He was born in Leytonstone,and enlisted at Leyton. Fighting in the Forest continued for two days in support of the 5th Sherwood Foresters. Died 3 May aged Eustache by 1st, 32nd and 83rd Foot. Gift of Mr G Angus, Lancaster.
The last three postings were already well known to many members of the 1st Battalion and that fact naturally influenced the decision that some took. Published by Canada's Wings, inc. Born Devon,occupation given as Farmer.
Received the O. Gift of Mr T. Medals on wearing bar as worn,good very fine and better. Later known as the 4th Battalion.The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (The 32nd and 46th Regiments of Foot) [by] R.F.K.
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Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry during WW1 Since the balance of power in Europe had been maintained by a series of treaties.
In Wilhelm II was crowned ‘German Emperor and King of Prussia’ and moved from a policy of maintaining the status quo to a more aggressive position.
Mar 18, · The Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry War Memorial, designed by Leonard Stanford Merrifield in and erected inis listed at Grade II* for the following principal reasons: * Sculptural interest: for a high quality depiction in the round of a soldier on active service, by the sculptor Leonard Stanford Merrifield.
Jul 25, · Harry Patch joined up in Somerset in Octoberduring WW1 and was conscripted into the British Army. Patch went through a series of short-lived attachments to several regiments, before being posted to the 7th Battalion, DCLI (Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry), serving as an assistant gunner in a Lewis Gun Section.
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