140th field regiment

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  1. Chelsea Cairns

    Chelsea Cairns New Member

    Yes that is him, thank you.
  2. Tony56

    Tony56 Member Patron

    His death was reported on Casualty list No 1094 dated 27 Mar 1943

    North Africa, Killed in action
    910703 McBREARTY Gnr J 140 Fd Rgt 8.3.43

    His RA Attestation:
    McBrearty2 .jpg

    His RA Casualty card:
    McBrearty 1.jpg
  3. Bazer

    Bazer Member

    Best place to start is the 367 War Diaries which include a lot of names plus a book Cassel & Hazebrook 1940 by Jerry Murland just published. Could I ask if you are researching a relative as I have done quite a bit of research on my uncle Arthur who died at Cassel
  4. Bazer

    Bazer Member

    The 140th war diaries are available at Kew and a new book by Jerry Murland - Cassel & Hazebrouck 1940 has a lot of info. He uses war diaries from all the regiments that fought at Cassel. My uncle Arthur was in F Battery of 367 Rgt. and was killed in the last few days. Could I ask if you have a relative involved? Bauer
  5. Bazer

    Bazer Member

    Apologies for the double reply - I'm just learning the system Bazer
  6. Bazer

    Bazer Member

    Wonder if anyone can help. I am trying to contact any relative of Lt. Col. Brooks, author of the book Grand Party as, with their permission, I would like to include some conversations from it in a book I am finishing which describes the story of 366 & 367 Batteries during the war. Any help in finding them would be welcomed. I will put this post in another general area as well. Barry
  7. John West

    John West Member

    I've also researched the 140th Regiment. My Father was a Lance Bombardier in 367 Battery and captured on 31st May 1940 in Belgium. He then spent the remainder of the war in Lamsdorf Stalag 8B. As a tribute to him, and the 140th Regiment, I've posted his story on the web. 140th (5th London) Army Field Regiment, Royal Artillery – Their story between the 10th and 31st May 1940

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