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Second World War

151st Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps, The King's Own


Officers of the 151st Regiment Royal Armoured Corps, formerly the 10th Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.  Photographed somewhere in the North East of England in 1941, possible the Tyne Valley around Prudhoe.  Seated third from left is Major Taite, then Lieutenant Colonel Crow, then Major Davies.
Accession Number KO0664/01


Inspection of the 151st Regiment by Lieutenant General Sir Oswald Borrett, Colonel of the Regiment.  Westgate on Sea, February 1943.
Accession Number KO0679/69


Inspection of the 151st Regiment by Lieutenant General Sir Oswald Borrett, Colonel of the Regiment.  Westgate on Sea, February 1943.
Accession Number KO0679/70


Inspection of the 151st Regiment by Lieutenant General Sir Oswald Borrett, Colonel of the Regiment.  Westgate on Sea, February 1943.
Accession Number KO0679/71


Officers of the 151st Regiment at Westgate on Sea, February 1943.
Accession Number KO0679/72


Warrant Officers and Sergeants of the 151st Regiment at Westgate on Sea, February 1943.
Accession Number KO0679/73

In December 1943 the 107th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps was disbanded.  In order to retain the regimental linage the 151st Regiment Royal Armoured Corps was re-designated 107th Regiment in January 1944.

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