Just to let people know I’ve updated True Loyals, my website telling the regimental history of 7th Loyals / 92nd LAA. The text is now the same as that published in the 2012 Second Edition book version of True Loyals. The book version expanded the original history in several areas, mainly using material from interviews with veterans. It contains a new chapter giving further eyewitness accounts of the sinking of the liberty ship Sambut in the Channel on D-Day. In addition, the website now also has as an appendix an interesting personal memoir written by a driver-op who was a member of the 92nd LAA counter-mortar section. I’ve transferred the book text on to the website because it seems likely that no further copies of the book will be printed, because the publishers have ceased trading. Unfortunately, I cannot transfer all the pictures from the book, but there are quite a few already on the website. The website is still under construction, so some parts of it might be a bit clunky. You can find it at www.trueloyals.com or by Googling it. There is a version of the 7th Loyals / 92nd LAA history in the Unit History, Royal Artillery, section here on WW2 Talk. When I get the chance, I will update that as well.