Avatars - What is the significance of yours?

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  1. dryan67

    dryan67 Senior Member

    My avatar is a picture of a relative Private George Henry Gittings (#4075618) in 1939 marching with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. He died in France george henry gittings [maud hall brother].jpg on May 10th, 1940 at age 27 and is memorialized in the Wormhoudt Communal Cemetery.
     
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  2. mark abbott

    mark abbott Junior Member

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  3. gmyles

    gmyles Senior Member

    Emblem of 23rd Armoured Brigade. My father was in the Brigade's REME workshops in 1994 and 1945 visiting Egypt, Palestine and Greece.
     
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  4. RRTB

    RRTB 145 Fd Regt (Berkshire Yeomanry) RA

    Mine is the "White Horse" in Berkshire. This was adopted as the insignia for the Berkshire Yeomanry with which my Dad served in WW2, first with 145 Fd Regt (Berkshire Yeomanry) RA and subsequently 178 Fd Regt Berkshire Yeomanry RA when he and the remaining members of 145 regt were sent to Java. He arrived there in Dec 1945 and was there for the next 6-8 months if memory serves me.
     
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  5. Derek Barton

    Derek Barton Senior Member

    Mine, I think is obvious, the badge of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. Why? It was worn by both my Dad and my Uncle during WW2 and by myself from 1962 to 1981 and again from 1988 to 1991 when I joined the Home Service Force attached to 103 Regt RA(TA).
     
  6. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    I like bananas

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