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'A' Company, 2nd Battalion, The South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers), marching to Kuchlagh Camp in Baluchistan, 1937

Photograph, India, 1937.

The 2nd Battalion was stationed in British India from 1922 to July 1940. During this period it was garrisoned at Mhow, Assam, Jubbulpore, Landi Kotal, Allahabad, and Quetta.

From an album of 270 photographs compiled by Sergeant George Edward Davies, 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) depicting British Army life in India, 1935-1941. Sergeant Davies was later killed on 1 April 1945 whilst serving in Burma, and is buried in Taukkyan War Cemetery.

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NAM. 2005-04-10-58


National Army Museum, Out of Copyright


National Army Museum, Study collection

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