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Honour titles of the Royal Artillery. by B P. Hughes

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Published by Henry Ling Ltd in Dorchester .
Written in English


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Originally based in the Royal Arsenal, beginning in the regiment was rehoused in the Royal Artillery Barracks on Woolwich Common. A major innovation in was the establishment of the Royal Horse Artillery, designed to provide mobile fire support for cavalry units. The same year saw the foundation of the Corps of Royal Artillery Drivers to provide transport for the : British Army. Battle honours are not to be confused with "Honour Titles" which are borne by a number of batteries in the Royal Artillery - an example is (The Broken Wheel) Battery RA. There is a provision made in the RAA Standing Orders for batteries to be granted Honour Titles. Listed below are the Awards that have been awarded to units and/or members of the Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery over time. These award range from recognition of technical proficiency for units/sub units or individuals as well as unit/sub unit honour titles.   For 18 months after the publication of Ubique the Gunner, together with the RA Historical Society, has repeatedly been attempting to promote it, even offering it together with Philip Jobson's Royal Artillery Glossary Royal Artillery Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations published by The History Press at a special discount. Writers write and publish for a wide range of reasons: chiefly between Reviews: 9.

  : HISTORY OF THE ROYAL AND INDIAN ARTILLERY IN THE MUTINY OF reprint by N & M Press (original ). SB. xxv + pp with b/w illus and 11 maps in hed Price £28 This history, written at the beginning of the Great War half a century after the events it describes, started out only as a history of the Royal Artilleryâ s part in the Indian Mutiny. This collection enables you to search for your ancestors in 21, Royal Artillery honours and awards for the period The awards were given to the officers and men of the Royal Regiment of Artillery for their gallantry and dedication during WWII. This is a nominal roll of those awards. The Royal Regiment of Artillery, more commonly known as the Royal Artillery, is the artillery arm of the British Army. Despite its name, the Royal Artillery is made up of a number of regiments. The first regular companies of artillery men were raised in , by royal warrant of George 1 and the name Royal Artillery came along four years later. Battle honours are not to be confused with “Honour Titles” which are borne by a number of batteries in the Royal Artillery – an example is (The Broken Wheel) Battery RA. There is a provision made in the RAA Standing Orders for batteries to be granted Honour Titles.

Henry Creasey. Regiment: Royal Field Artillery / Royal Engineers Wife: Mrs Creasey Address: 14 Cliftonville Road, St Leonards Other Info: Rejoined from the reserve on 5th August Has been in France for two years and nine months and recently sent a German bread ticket home. Published: December Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this . The booklet has information on 'Duncan' Silver Medal Essay, Predicted Fire and the use of the 1/ Gridded Map, The Honour Titles of Batteries in the Royal regiment of Artillery, The problem of Long Range Coast Defense Gunnery, Singapore, Discuss the Organization and Training of the Territorial Army to reduce the best results in Coast. George C Brooman. Rank: Gunner Regiment: Royal Field Artillery Father: Mr W Brooman Home Address: 55 Milward Road, Hastings Father’s Address: Athelstan Road, Clive Vale, Hastingsw Other Info: Additional name information from the Lives of the First World War. Published: September Please use the comments box below if you can provide more information about this person.   , 76th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery who died age 27 on 03 November Husband of E. A. Johnson, of 2, Smith St., Sherburn, Durham. Remembered with honour.