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Remembrance Services

 


Remembrance Sunday, at the Cenotaph, Lancaster, 11th November 1952
KO0788/017

 


King's Own Royal Regiment, Old Comrades Association London Branch Garden of Remembrance 1949
Accession Number: KO0788/101


King's Own Royal Regiment, Old Comrades Association London Branch Garden of Remembrance 1949
Accession Number: KO0788/102


King’s Own Royal Regiment, Field of Remembrance, Westminster, London, 1950s
Accession Number: KO0883/249


The Empire Field of Remembrance, London, November 1954
Accession Number: KO2490/144

 


King's Own Royal Regiment, Old Comrades Association London Branch Garden of Remembrance, 1954
Accession Number: KO0883/264


King's Own Royal Regiment, Old Comrades Association London Branch Garden of Remembrance, 1954
Accession Number: KO0883/265


On Thursday 8th November 1962, remembrance crosses and wreaths were laid on behalf of the Border and King’s Own Royal regiments by Major General P J Shears, CB, and Mayor C Reid in the Field of Remembrance, Whitehall.
This photograph shows Marshal of the RAF Sir John Salmond GCB CMG CVO, DSO, laying a wreath to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service.
Accession Number: KO1121/159

 

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