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Soldiers of the Regiment

Private Henry George Crook

Private Henry George Crook, number 317396, enlisted into the 16th Lancers and transferred into the King's Own Royal Regiment in 1934 and after serving with them into the Second World War he transferred to the Royal Artillery and continued to serve in the Second World War and then again in the Korean War with the 190th Mortar Battery.

 


Suitcase used by Private Henry Crook whilst in Palestine with the 2nd Battalion of the King's Own Royal Regiment in 1938/39
Accession Number: KO3025/01


Group of unidentified soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, King's Own, in Palestine in 1938/39 with a note on the rear about the wearing of cardigans as it was quite chilly at times.
Accession Number: KO3025/02


Group of unidentified soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, King's Own in Palestine, with donkey transport, in 1938/39.
Accession Number: KO3025/03


View of tented camp, 2nd Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment, 1930s.
Accession Number: KO3025/04


Train in Palestine after running over a land mind on the railway line, 1938-39.
Accession Number: KO3025/05


Train in Palestine after running over a land mind on the railway line, 1938-39.
Accession Number: KO3025/06


Arab Women.
Accession Number: KO3025/07


Private Henry George Crook, at the horses head, Aldershot, 1938, with the 2nd Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.  Private Crook was groom to Captain, The Honourable Charles Barnard, who as Aide de Camp to General 'Jumbo' Wilson.
Accession Number: KO3025/08


Private Henry George Crook, with Irish Beauty 'Nobby', Bellerby Camp, 1934.
Accession Number: KO3025/09


Group of five soldiers including Private Henry George Crook, centre front, 2nd Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.
Accession Number: KO3025/10


Private Henry George Crook, on a motorcycle in Palestine, 1938/39, with the 2nd Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.
Accession Number: KO3025/11


Private Henry George Crook, in an army truck in Palestine, 1938/39, with the 2nd Battalion, King's Own Royal Regiment.
Accession Number: KO3025/12

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