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Fifteen chromolithographs after G D Giles and F Feller from the series 'Her Majesty's Army', 1890 (c). Prints 1963-11-3
Six prints, 1854-1920 (c). Prints 1964-04-58
Distinguishing flag, Royal Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 1957. Flags and Colours 2002-11-130
Album of 115 photographs by Bourne and Shepherd, 1878-1880; associated with Maj Gen Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 2nd Afghan War (1878-1880). (Album dimensions: 35 x 46 x 5 cm) Photographs 1955-04-42
Governor-General's Medal awarded by Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn as Governor-General of Canada to Bn Sgt Maj Sedley Sweeny as senior cadet of the year at the Royal Military College of Canada, 1912. Medals 1980-02-62
The Seat of War in the East - First Series. 40 coloured tinted lithographs after William Simpson by E Walker, J Needham, W Walton, R Garrick, E Morin, C Hagne, T Picken, J A Vinter, T G Dutten; published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi and Company, 1855; associated with the Crimean War. Prints 1971-02-33-490
Photograph album of 59 photographs compiled by Col F W Saunders, Corps of Royal Engineers, 1870-1932; associated with India; showing scenes of India, Indian palaces, topography and domestic photographs. (Album dimensions: 30 x 40 x 4 cm). Photographs 1963-07-56
Photograph: Survivors of Inkermann taken at reunion, Portsmouth 1892; associated with the Crimean War (1854-1856). Photographs 1960-12-379
Two photographs relating to the Royal Engineers 1897-1898. Photographs 1985-08-30
Two photographs: West India Regiment group, 1892; Capt F C Tregear, 1905. Photographs 1985-09-21
89 photographs, relating to World War Two, North-West Europe, including: tanks; pictures of invasion of Walcheren Island. 1944-1945. Photographs 1985-10-134
Two photographs by Roger Fenton, 1855: Lt Gen Sir John Fox Burgoyne and an officer, probably of the Royal Engineers; Dr Sutherland and Robert Rawlingson Esq The Sanitary Commission; associated with the Crimean War (1854-1856). Photographs 1984-05-142
Three copy photographs, Crimean War 1854 (c)-1855. Photographs 1982-06-79
Photograph album of photographs relating to the National Service of John Heygate with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 1952-1954, including service in the Canal Zone. Photographs 2002-11-660
Photograph album of photographs relating to the National Service of John Heygate with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 1952-1954, including service in the Canal Zone. Archives 2002-11-660
Photograph album of photographs relating to the National Service of John Heygate with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 1952-1954, including service in the Canal Zone. Maps 2002-11-660
Sound cassette: oral history interview conducted by Mrs Joyce Griffiths with Capt William Rex Slater, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers 14th Indian Division, discussing a three week jungle training camp that he ran in 1943. Sound Recordings 1991-05-2
Pocket watch, steel, 1902 (c); associated with the Royal Engineers; made by Renova, Switzerland; with hour numerals marked by Arabic characters painted in orange paint. Scientific Instruments 1973-09-54
Papers, pamphlets and leaflets collected by Pte John T N Heygate, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in connection with his National Service in the Canal Zone, 1953. Archives 2002-11-664
Sound cassette: oral history interview with Lt Col J Montresor, recalling his service in the Royal Engineers 1931-1960. Interview conducted on 12 March 1991. Sound Recordings 1991-03-59
Collection of maps, a newspaper and a press release relating to North Africa and Italy, World War Two, 1942-1944. Maps 2002-11-668
Manuscript contemporary transcript of three letters, dated Oct 1854; relating to the death of Lt Henry George Teesdale, Royal Engineers, of fever and dysentry, caught after being wounded at the Alma; also included is a leaf from Teesdale's grave; associated with the Battle of the Alma, Crimean War (1854-1856), 1854. Archives 1977-04-17
Papers of the Edwards Family, 1793-1922; Capt Clement Edwards, 48 Foot 1797-1804; Col Clement Alexander Edwards, 18 Foot, 1835-1879; Lt Alexander Thomas Edwards, Royal Irish Regiment, att 28 Bombay Native Infantry, 1869-1885; Col Richard Fielding Edwards, Royal Engineers, 1885-1922. Archives 1981-11-30
Collection of papers and diaries of Maj Gen Walter Newman, Royal Artillery, and his wife, 1855-1893; includes material relating to the Crimean War (1854-1856), Indian Mutiny (1857-1859), Corfu, Woolwich, Canada, and the Egyptian War (1882); also covers the death of their son in 1885. Archives 1978-10-71
Collection of 22 photographs be celebrated Crimean photographers Roger Fenton and James Robertson, 1854-1856; most of the photographs show scenes in and around Sevastopol and Balaclava during the Crimean War, as well as portrait images of men from a variety of regiments that were serving there; includes images of Viscount Gough and Gen Sir William Codrington; also two other photographs taken in Valletta, Malta by James Robertson, 1850 (c); associated with The Crimean War (1854-1856). Photographs 1968-10-73
Microfilm copies of photocopies of articles on military history published in Southern African serials by Maj G Tylden, 1929-1970. Archives 1984-05-132
Webbing belt with two straps (not attached), nd; pattern 1944; associated with the service of Capt T Hall, worn when he was lieutenant in the 1st Parachute Sqn, Royal Engineers, 1944-1946. Equipment, general 2002-11-702
Papers of Gen Sir Henry James Warre, commander of 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot in the Crimea and New Zealand, relating to his military career, 1843-1891, including staff appointments in Canada, India and Ireland, and Command of the Bombay Army, 1878-1881. 297 filesA collection of material relating to Gen Sir Henry James Warre (including personal papers and diaries) are held at the Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand. Archives 1981-12-54
650 photographs, 1939-1947; compiled by the Commando Association; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Includes some graphic images of concentration camp victims. Photographs 1985-11-36
Crimea Medal 1854-56, 2 clasps: Inkermann, Sebastopol; Turkish Crimea Medal 1855; Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, Army; Meritorious Service Medal; awarded to QMS H Crisp, Royal Sappers and Miners. Medals 1968-03-23
Medal group, awarded to Gen J A Ballard, Royal Bombay Engineers; Order of the Bath; India General Service Medal 1854-95, clasp: Persia; Crimea Medal 1854-56, clasp: Sebastopol; Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-58, clasp: Central India; Order of the Mejidie, Turkey; Turkish General Service Medal; Turkish Medal for Defence of Silistria; Turkish Crimea Medal 1855: Sardinian issue. Medals 1994-04-528
Identity tag, nd; worn by Capt T Hall, when he was a Lieutenant of the Royal Engineers, 1st Parachute Sqn, 1944-1946; made of metal; stamped, ' Stalag VII/ A/ Nr. 140147'; relates to Capt Hall's time in a prisoner of war camp, 1944-1945; associated with World War Two, POWs, Germany (1939-1945). Equipment, general 2002-11-730
Five rank badges, various regiments, nd, sealed pattern, 1901-1909. Badges 1964-08-154
Disruptive Pattern Denison Smock, 1944-1946; worn by Lieutenant Timothy Hall, 1st Parachute Squadron, Royal Engineers, at the Battle of Arnhem, Operation MARKET GARDEN, World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945). Uniforms 2002-12-1
Photographic Views of Sebastopol taken immediately after the retreat of the Russians, September 8 1855; folio of twelve photographs taken by George Shaw Lefevre, London; published by J Hogarth, printed by T Brettell. Photographs 1986-04-101
Press cutting: John Stokes RE on the Eastern Frontier 1845-1851; written by Dr P H Butterfield; pubished in 'Looking Back', Quartely Bulletin of Port Elizabeth Historical Society Vol 23 No 1, April 1983; Associated with the 2nd Cape Frontier War (1789-1793), 3rd Cape Frontier War (1799-1803) and the Crimean War (1854-1856). Archives 1983-07-101
Collection of British and American Army maps of Cairo, Palestine and Southern Italy, 1940 (c)-1943. Maps 2002-12-42
19 photographs showing portraits and groups. Related to Hussars, 7th Dragoon Guards, 8th (King's Royal Irish) Hussars, 18th (Queen Mary's Own) Hussars, Army Service Corps, Irish Guards, Rifle Brigade, Royal Army Medical Corps, 19th London (St Pancras) Regiment, Royal Navy, Gordon Highlanders, Dorsetshire Regiment, Highland Light Infantry, Corps of Royal Engineers, Royal Artillery. 1890-1920. Photographs 1985-11-61
Collection of postal items and ephemera relating to the British Forces in Iceland during World War Two, 1940-1945. Archives 2002-12-104
393 photographs relating to Army Commandos, including: portraits, groups, training, memorials, World War Two operations in Norway, North West Europe, Italy, Burma, Madagascar, Albania and Yugoslavia, 1941-1946. Photographs 1986-01-4
Photograph: Royal Engineers, Brompton Barrack Yard, Chatham, 1 Mar 1860; associated with the Crimean War (1854-1856). Photographs 1986-10-11
A collection of files relating to Victoria Cross winners between 1855 and 1967 compiled by the Rev Canon William Murrell Lummis MC, Rural Dean of Hingham, Norfolk, retired Captain, Suffolk Regiment; the majority of files contain biographical information and photographs of the recipients together with details of citations and war graves and where known the present ownership of individual medals. Archives 1974-07-83
Nine sound cassettes: oral history interview with Brig Michael W Biggs, 1936-1963; the interview covers stages in Bigg's career including life in Kenya during the 1930's, the Errol murder, the campaigns in East Africa and Burma and the granting of independence to British East African possessions in the early 1960's; interview conducted Jan 1991. Sound Recordings 1991-01-104
Full length photograph of Lt Horatio Herbert Kitchener in full dress, 1872. Photographs 1986-01-69
Photograph album of 157 photographs, 1906-1908; compiled by Lt E E Charles, Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, Kashmir, India. Photographs 1985-04-78
14 prints after K Howard, 1974-1975. Prints 1975-12-97
Two sound cassettes and diagram, 1941 (c); associated with Sapper Daniel McAra, No 7 Movement Control Group, Royal Engineers; interview conducted by Mark Nicholls, December 1989; oral history interview, and sketch of situation during the bombing of the railway station at Thebes; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Sound Recordings 1989-12-12
Two sound cassettes and diagram, 1941 (c); associated with Sapper Daniel McAra, No 7 Movement Control Group, Royal Engineers; interview conducted by Mark Nicholls, December 1989; oral history interview, and sketch of situation during the bombing of the railway station at Thebes; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Archives 1989-12-12
Three sound cassettes: oral history interview with Capt Stanley Thomas Lawrence, Royal Engineers and Royal Bombay Sappers and Miners, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945); interview conducted by Mark Nicholls, 30 November 1989. Sound Recordings 1989-11-79
Four sound cassettes: two tapes of oral history recording of Cpl J Oliver, Royal Engineers, recorded November 1989 by Mark Nicholls; two tape recordings by J Oliver of local radio programmes: 'Essex, a country at War' and '40th Burma Star Annual Reunion', Albert Hall, 1986. Sound Recordings 1989-11-18
Freedom of Spandau: 14 Berlin Field workshop REME 21st April 1978. Colour photolithograph depicting a central image surrounded by six scenes; central scene depicts an awards ceremony, a Field Officer receives a plaque inscribed, 'Freedom of Spandau 1978'; the six scenes surrounding it show various events of the same day including an inspection, presentation of arms and a marching band; inscribed at bottom as title. Prints 2003-01-81
Sound cassette: oral history interview with Cpl John E Marriage, Royal Engineers, Palestine (1945-1948), 1946-1949; interview conducted by Mark Nicholls, September 1989. Sound Recordings 1989-09-89
Sound cassette: oral history interview with Walter Reeves, Gas Bde, Royal Engineers, World War One (1914-1918); interview conducted by Mark Nicholls, Star and Garter Home, Richmond, Surrey, 29 August 1989. Sound Recordings 1989-08-160
Two sound cassettes: oral history interviews with Sgt Bert Bowers and Sgt Alan Moxon, both Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, World War Two (1939-1945); interviews conducted by Mark Nicholls on 21 July 1989. Sound Recordings 1989-07-72
Plaque, 1972 (c)-1974 (c); shield shaped, attached to the centre of the plaque is a wooden shield shaped regimental insignia of the Royal Engineers; with plastic scroll attached to the top inscribed, 'Sgt DJG Wood 1972-1974'; plastic scroll attached to the bottom of the plaque inscribed, 'Corps of Royal Engineers'. Crafts 2003-01-94
Two sound cassettes: oral history interview with Gen Sir George Cooper MC, Royal Engineers, Korea (1950-1953); interview conducted by David Smurthwaite, 18 August 1988. (Transcript available) Sound Recordings 1989-05-258
Three sound cassettes: oral history interview with Col D G Raschen, Royal Engineers and Army Staff, Korea (1950-1953); interview conducted by Mark Nicholls, 12 December 1988. Sound Recordings 1989-05-161
Sword sling, full dress, Royal Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, nd. Equipment, uniform 2003-02-59
Service Corps, blue, RCT [Royal Corps of Transport?] Squadrons Railway Staff, nd; sealed 1940; obsolete. Uniforms 2003-02-128
Plaque, 1981 (c)-1984 (c); shield shaped, attached to the centre is a wooden shield shaped regimental motif of Royal Engineers; with a metal plate attached to the top inscribed, 'S-Sgt I.D. Arbuckle BEM RE/ Tour N.C.O Sep 81-Sep 84'; with a plastic scroll attached to the bottom of the plaque inscribed, 'Corps of Royal Engineers'. Crafts 2003-01-127
Plaque, 1976 (c)-1979 (c); shield shaped, attached to the centre is a wooden shield shaped motif of the Royal Engineers; with a metal plate attached to the top inscribed, 'Presented by Brigadier J. N. Elderkin/ Chief BRIXMIS Oct 76-Jan 79'; with a plastic scroll attached to the bottom of the plaque inscribed, 'Corps of Royal Engineers'. Crafts 2003-01-134
Sound cassette: oral history interview with Maj Gen A E Younger, Royal Engineers, Korea (1950-1953); interview conducted by David Smurthwaite, 1 August 1988. (Transcript available) Sound Recordings 1989-05-157
Three sound cassettes: 'Images of War', oral history interviews recorded by Westwood Sound Productions for their series 'Images of War', 1989; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Sound Recordings 1989-08-151
328 photographs relating to Army Commandos, 1941-1946. Photographs 1986-02-68
Plaque, nd; square alloy metal, surface etched horizontally; at the top is an illustration of a scroll inscribed, '42 Field Squadron R. E.'; at centre is an illustration of a tank on a bridge, tank surrounded clockwise from centre top by illustrations of two men jogging, the regimental insignia of the Royal Engineers, a tank, a triangular danger sign and a gabled building. Crafts 2003-01-153
Trophy cup, 1978 (c); possibly silver plated, made by Yeoman Silver, England, 1978 (c); no inscription; cup has become detached from the plinth; plinth has a metal plaque inscribed, 'Minden Garrison Sports 1979/ Winners/ 20 Electronics Workshop REME'; also with eight metal plaques inscribed with winners 1979 to 1988. Silver 2003-01-157
Two cap badge, other ranks, Royal Engineers, 1939 (c) - 1945 (c); one is made of plastic, the other from gilding metal; both depict a laurel wreath, the garter surmounted by a monarchial crown; inscribed in centre, 'GVIR', the Royal cypher of King George VI; across the base of the wreath is a scroll inscribed, 'Royal Engineers'. Badges 2003-02-225
Photograph album of 37 photographs, 1900-1901; compiled by Capt Ernest Henry Brass and associated with Subaltern Moeller; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Photographs 1985-08-1
The Great War: including the Official Series. Viewer and 100 stereoscopic photograph slides in a presentation box, 1914 (c) - 1920 (c); produced by Realistic Travels, London; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Photographs 2003-02-299
Plunkett collection of approx 1,540 78 rpm microgroove acoustic and electrical phonodiscs, including several albums, and some 45 rpm, 33 rpm, 12 inch, 10 inch, 8 inch 7 inch discs; containing military and popular music performed by army, air-force, marine and civilian bands of Great Britain, Germany, France, Denmark and Holland, 1905 (c)- 1945. Sound Recordings 1981-10-34
285 sound discs of music by military bands, nd. Sound Recordings 1993-07-43
Photograph album of 116 photographs compiled by Lt Hugh Stephenson Turnbull, 57th Wilde's Rifles (Frontier Force) in India and Egypt, 1903-1906; photographs include his travels through the Suez Canal. Photographs 2003-02-301
Two tickets for a Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Regimental Reception, 30 Mar 1965; three photocopy booklets 'The Projector: the Organ of 'A' station 311 A A Coy, R E', 23 Dec 1939, for 311 Ack Ack Coy, Corps of Royal Engineers; letter from Mr S R Woolner, 126 Ack Ack Regiment, Royal Artillery to his executors, 21 Jun 1971. Archives 2003-02-310
Documents associated with 19151173 L/Cpl Adrian Tennant Cooper's National Service with the Royal Engineers, 1947-1949; L/Cpl Cooper served in Germany with the British Army of the Rhine and was employed with the Combined Services Entertainments Unit as an escort for various theatre companies touring British camps in occupied Germany, resulting in his promotion to Lance Corporal. Archives 2003-02-330
Photograph album of 190 photographs, 1944-1945; associated with the 11th East African Division and the Kings African Rifles, Burma, World War Two (1939-1945). Photographs 1982-06-58
Typescript autobiographical memoir by L/Cpl Adrian Tennant Cooper, 1947-1949; relates to L/Cpl Cooper's National Service with the Royal Engineers, British Army of the Rhine; Cooper served in Germany with the Combined Services Entertainments Unit touring British camps in occupied Germany, resulting in his promotion to lance corporal; associated with The Verne Citadel, Portland Bill, Portland, Dorset, Hamburg, Germany, and Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp, Belsen, Lower Saxony, Germany. Archives 2003-02-331
Programme for the play 'White Cargo' by Leon Gordon, nd; presented by the Combined Services Entertainment Unit; associated with 19151173 L/Cpl Adrian Tennant Cooper who has a walk-on part in the play; L/Cpl Cooper served as a national serviceman with the Royal Engineers from 1947-1949. Archives 2003-02-338
Seven photographs depicting ceremonies in Sosa, Korea, during which the American Presidential Unit Citation was awarded by Lt Gen James van Fleet, CG, EUSAK, to the Gloucestershire Regiment and the 170th Independent Mortar Battery, Royal Artillery, for their part in the Battle of the Imjin River, 23-25 April 1951; also one photograph of Brig Gen Rinaldo van Brunt awarding the Bronze Star medal to men of the 55th Field Engineers Squadron, 29th Brigade, during ceremonies held at Brigade Headquarters, Yongdongpo, Korea, 11 May 1951; associated with the Battle of Imjin River, Korea (1950-1953), 1951. Photographs 2003-02-356
The Raid on St Nazaire, 28 March 1942. Oil on canvas by David Rowlands; signed, 'D Rowlands' at lower right; commissioned by the St Nazaire Society to mark the 60th anniversary of the action; relating to Army Commandos and Royal Navy Commandos; associated with the St Nazaire Raid (Operation CHARIOT), World War Two, North West Europe (1939-1943), 1942. Oil Paintings 2003-02-357
Scanned colour copies of 23 service documents and letters by and to Cpl Douglas George Boyce whilst on National Service with the Royal Engineers in Libya, 1954-1955; the letters were written to and from his family whilst serving as an electrician with the Royal Engineers in Libya; letters describe daily routine and life in Libya as a National Serviceman at the time; the letters from his family largely relate to family matters. Archives 2003-02-358
Book of 15 pen and ink drawings by Lt C Penrose, Royal Engineers, showing transport vehicles used by the Transport Department during the Zulu War (1879). Archives 1968-07-153
The Defence of Rorke's Drift, 22nd January 1879, by a company of the 24th Regiment under Lieutenants Chard, RE and Bromhead. Colour photolithograph after Alphonse de Neuville (1889), proof copy of a limited edition published by the Naval and Military Gallery, London 1979. Prints 1979-06-183
Album of 70 photographs, associated with Zulu War (1879) and the Transvaal War (1880-1881). Including: officers of Royal Engineers in Zululand 1879; Zulu King Cetshwayo; fort at Rorke's Drift, Isandlwana; burning of Ulundi; memorial to the Prince Imperial ; Boers; prisoners released from Bronkhorst Spruit; Pretoria 1881; belonged to Col Hume, 94th Regiment of Foot; associated with 2nd Bn Connaught Rangers and Royal Engineers. Photographs 1954-06-5-2
Shoulder title, Royal Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 1897; with plate and pin; made of gilt metal. Badges 2003-03-53
Shoulder title, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 8 May 1950; embroidered title on khaki. Badges 2003-03-347
Shoulder title, Royal Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 8 May 1950; embroidered black title on khaki. Badges 2003-03-352
Armlet, blue and yellow, Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers Survey, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 12 May 1925. Uniforms 2003-03-353
Cap badge, gilt and white metal, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 9 Jun 1954. Badges 2003-03-439
Cap badge, gilt and white metal, Royal Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 7 Aug 1953. Badges 2003-03-469
Service cap, blue, other ranks, Royal Engineers, nd; sealed pattern, sealed 6 Oct 1950. Uniforms 2003-03-496
First of two photograph albums of Maj Cortison, 91st (Princess Louise's Argyllshire Highlanders) Regiment of Foot, 1870-1880 (c). (Album dimensions: 38.5 x 32.5 x 5.5 cm). Photographs 1980-07-79
World War II, N Africa, 1942 (c). Charcoal drawings by Bryan de Grineau, 1942 (c); 15 vignettes of the different roles of the Royal Army Service Corps; associated with World War Two, North Africa (1940-1943). Drawings and Watercolours 1959-09-211
Dieppe Raid, 1942 (c). Charcoal drawing by L/Cpl Brian Joseph Mullen (1911-1944), No 4 Commando and Royal Engineers, 1942 (c); No 4 Commando evacuating Orange Beach, Dieppe; inscribed bottom right with artist's name; associated with World War Two, North West Europe (1939-1943). Drawings and Watercolours 1984-09-21
Two sound cassettes: oral history interview with William S Haynes, relating to his National Service with the Royal Engineers, 1957-1959. Interview conducted on 20 January 2003. Sound Recordings 2003-03-610
Sound cassette; oral history recording of 2/Lt Mac McCullagh, 5th Royal Tank Regiment, 2003; one cassette; relates to his National Service in West Germany, 1959-1961; interviewed by Keith Miller, 2003; associated with the Cold War (1945-1989). Sound Recordings 2003-04-3
THE ARMY a grand team. Colour lithograph recruiting poster; produced by the War Office, 1960 (c); corporal in uniform standing in the centre, around him are ten vignettes of the Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, and various corps. Prints 2003-04-7
General Service Medal 1962-2007, clasp: Northern Ireland. Awarded to Capt N J Ward, Royal Engineers. Capt Ward served with the Postal and Courier Section Royal Engineers. Medals 1991-06-10
32 photocopy letters and photographs associated with G M Storrar, Bdr William Mood, Bdr N Storrar, Sgt Dale, Gnr Storey, Kelele, Dr Worsley Fraser Mums, Fletcher Mead and W A Grieg; relating to Royal Field Artillery, British Expeditionary Force, Royal Naval Division and Northumberland Fusiliers; associated with World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Photographs 2003-04-14
Carved elephant's tusk, 1944 (c); ivory tusk, carved in Burma with black inscription, 'To the W.A.S (B) on their Return to Burma/ From the XIV [numeral set in shield device] Elephant Coy/ Okeththpyiah [Pagoda Stone]/ Killed by land mine October 1944' and red central shield with numerals and wooden infill at the end; associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Crafts 1991-10-147
Gulf War 1, a sketch-book made in Saudi Arabia while attached to Headquarters 7th Armoured Brigade, November 1990 to March 1991. Sketchbook 1 containing 45 numbered pages of drawings in pencil, pen and ink and crayon by Robin Watt (Major C R G Watt, Royal Hussars), 1990-1991. Containing on-the-spot studies of AFVs, soldiers, local flora and fauna; together with other pieces of paper and cloth memorabilia, pasted in. (302 mm x 210 mm x 15 mm). Drawings and Watercolours 1994-09-49