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The National Service Years 1945-59

British Army of the Rhine - Osnabruck 1951-1953

The 1st Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment, Lancaster, was part of the British Army of the Rhine, based at Belfast Barracks, Osnabruck, West Germany, between 1951 and 1953.

bulletCamp and Barrack Views
bulletRegimental Band
bulletExercises - Page One
bulletExercises - Page Two
bulletSports - Page One
bulletSports - Page Two
bulletAnti-Tank Platoon
bulletParades - Death of King George VI, February 1952
bulletParades - St. George's Day, April 1952
bulletParades - Inspection Parade, June 1952
bulletParades - Inspection Parade, 1953
bulletParades - Farewell Parade, 15th June 1953
bulletSoldiers - Part One
bulletSoldiers - Part Two
bulletBonfire Night
bulletDrummer, Number One Dress, 1951

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