Ww2 insignia

Discussion in 'General' started by Daniel Whitfield, May 26, 2019.

  1. Hi all I’ve recently received a pho from a close friend who’s grandma has passed away now he has a photo of a young gentleman who is believed to be a family member from the time of world war 2 as I believe the uniform to be from this period but what I’m struggling with is the insignia as I can’t find a example from any ww2 insignia list I’m new to this forum page is it possible to post a picture for reference or any one to contact me and I can send it as I would really like to help my friend find what outfit his relative served with thank you
     
  2. Hi sorry for the last post I saw soon as I posted that I could upload a file here is the picture hope you can help thank you
     
  3. Waddell

    Waddell Active Member

    royal pioneer corps.JPG

    Royal Pioneers Corps is a possibility.

    Scott
     
  4. Wow wasn’t expecting a reply so soon thanks Scott you have made my week and and my friends year looking at the pic you put up ther looks a spot for it I’m a bit of a noob at researching this sort of stuff and could not find do you know any more info on the royal pioneers which would be much appreciated Scott thank you my friend
     
  5. Tullybrone

    Tullybrone Senior Member

    Hi,

    I’d say the photo post dates WW2 period.

    Everybody’s friend Wikipedia says “Royal” Pioneer Corps prefix was granted in November 1946.

    Royal Pioneer Corps - Wikipedia

    Steve
     
    Last edited: May 27, 2019
  6. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    Battledress with collar & tie plus royal blue beret is postwar.
     
  7. Bruneval

    Bruneval Active Member

  8. Bruneval

    Bruneval Active Member

    Initially the Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps before changing in 1940 to the Pioneer Corps.

    Regards

    Bruneval
     

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