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Unknown Groups 1920s


Unknown group of soldiers, depot or regular battalion, early 1920s.
Accession Number: KO1625/10


Unidentified group, King's Own Royal Regiment, early 1920s.
Accession Number: KO3013/85


Unidentified group, possibly at Bowerham Barracks, Lancaster, with the message: 'For Dad, Peeling spuds, I will send a proper one home.  Send me a new insurance.  From J Stokes.'
Accession Number: KO3013/81


Unidentified soldiers of a battalion of the King's Own Royal Regiment, circa 1920s.
Accession Number: KO3074/48


Group of five soldiers of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment in around 1919, three are wearing their First World War medals, the corporal has two wound stripes on his left sleeve indicating that he was twice wounded during the war.  Location and battalion unknown.
Accession Number: KO3107/01

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