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No. 1 Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, King's Own Royal Regiment


No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Birmingham Weapons Week, October 1940.
Accession Number KO0653/01


No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Birmingham Weapons Week, October 1940.
Accession Number KO0653/02


No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Birmingham Weapons Week, October 1940.
Accession Number KO0653/03


No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Birmingham Weapons Week, October 1940.
Accession Number KO0653/04


No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Birmingham Weapons Week, October 1940.
Accession Number KO0653/05


No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Birmingham Weapons Week, October 1940.
Accession Number KO0653/06


Officers of No. 1. Infantry Pioneer Training Centre, The King's Own Royal Regiment, Great Barr, near Birmingham, 1940.  Rear row second from left is 2nd Lt W R F Cockcroft, King's Own, rear row second from right is 2nd Lt Kenneth Rhodes, King's Own, who later served on Malta with the 8th Battalion and won a Military Cross in Italy with the 1st Battalion in 1944.  The front row third from left is Adjutant and Captain G E T Bray of the King's Own.
Accession Number KO0654/01

 

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