Royal Artillery books

Discussion in 'Royal Artillery' started by Philip Reinders, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. Paul Reed

    Paul Reed Ubique

    Thanks for the heads up on Unarmed Into Battle - I managed to get a copy cheaply on eBay. A most interesting book.
     
  2. Rob Dickers

    Rob Dickers 10th MEDIUM REGT RA

    Received today.
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  3. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    Nice one Rob

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    received those today

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    got this one today, with a bunch of documents of a Cook of 111 HAA Regiment

    I took some time to find another but got this one in today:

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  4. Paul Pariso

    Paul Pariso Very Senior Member

    I took some time to find another but got this one in today:

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    I just looked this one up on Abebooks. I hope you didn't pay that much Philip?? :D
     
  5. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    hahah no way Paul, mine was 100 pounds cheaper
     
  6. Paul Pariso

    Paul Pariso Very Senior Member

    hahah no way Paul, mine was 100 pounds cheaper

    :lol: I admire your ability to sniff out a bargain! Can you show me how to do it? :lol:
     
  7. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    luck and patient Paul, and ofcourse no so much sought after then the Arnhem books :)
     
  8. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    Another one came in today, even a little note in it about Arnhem:

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  9. Paul Pariso

    Paul Pariso Very Senior Member

    Another one came in today, even a little note in it about Arnhem:

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    The oldest unit in the British Army :)....
     
  10. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot 1940 Obsessive

    I bet its not ;)
     
  11. Steve Mac

    Steve Mac Very Senior Member

    Hello All,

    I am looking for books/information concerning the 72nd Field Regiment, RA, during WWII. It fought with the BEF in Belgium and France in 1940, and at Gazala in 1942. During both campaigns, they were supporting 150th Infantry Brigade, 50 Div; and both were overrun at Gazala and struck off the nominal roll.

    Any assistance gratefully received.

    Steve.
     
  12. Paul Pariso

    Paul Pariso Very Senior Member

    I bet its not ;)

    Well that's what the fella at Earls Court said, you should know, you were there!! :p
     
  13. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot 1940 Obsessive

    Well that's what the fella at Earls Court said, you should know, you were there!! :p

    They said a lot wrong there mate :D
     
  14. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    Hello Steve

    I will keep my eye open for a book, but as it is not my area, i am not sure if they have a regimental history
     
  15. Steve Mac

    Steve Mac Very Senior Member

    Thanks Philip. Do you think my enquiry may be better on a separate thread, thereby getting input from people outside of this RA Book thread?

    Cheers, Steve.
     
  16. idler

    idler GeneralList

    Re: HAC - thought I'd posted this before but apparently not:

    Arnhem is mentioned on pages 276 and 327, that might be enough to qualify for that other thread?
     

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  17. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    I think so steve, just make a new topic
     
  18. Steve Mac

    Steve Mac Very Senior Member

    Thanks Philip!
     
  19. Philip Reinders

    Philip Reinders Very Senior Member

    Another one

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    Took awhile but finally got hold of another one :)

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  20. bross

    bross Junior Member

    Wonder if anyone knows of any books related to the 92nd (5th London) Field Regiment, in particular the 140th Field Regiment that was formed in duplicate - (including the 366 & 367 BTYs. I'm researching an uncle who died at Cassel in May and June 1940.

    Barry
     
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