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Regimental Sergeant Major Joyce Mary Skinner ATS
A large collection of military memorabilia including a scrapbook relating to her service with the City of London ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) which contains highly detailed photographs, badges and descriptions of the development of the role of the ATS during the Second World War. This is the most significant ATS collection the regiment now owns.
2nd Lt MLW Mears RA
A large collection of very interesting black and white photographs relating to his service in the Korean war with 45 Field Regiment RA which includes British, American and captured Korean equipment, allied and enemy positions, artistic mountain views and the local population.
33651 Gnr Arthur William Dyson RFA
Born in 1885, enlisted in 1904 and discharged no longer physically fit to serve his country on 28 February 1919. He served in Gallipoli, Egypt, Belgium and France, being first wounded in the face in 1916 he was wounded twice more before being categorised B3 and discharged. His First World War medals were never taken out of their packets and are in pristine condition.
Lt J McDonald
The seven medals awarded to him during 45 years of volunteer service, originally with the Cape Mounted Rifles, he continued with the South African Volunteer Artillery until the Second World War, when he retired home to Scot-land, where he promptly re-enlisted to serve again and finished the Second World War as a Lt with the Isle of Ely Home Guard.
Major (QM) John H Reynolds RA
A rare collection of named black and white group photographs from his service in Hong Kong in the 1950’s to Canada in 1974.
A 2010 pattern “digi-cam” uniform issued to an Artillery Captain of the Afghan National Army, this example was given to Captain Chris Bulmer RA on his leaving his post as an instructor in the Afghan Artillery School, Kabul.