guide to the history of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment by J. D. Sainsbury

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Published by Hart Books in Welwyn, Hertfordshire .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Bedfordshire (England),
  • Hertfordshire (England)

Subjects:

  • Great Britain. Army. Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment -- History.,
  • Bedfordshire (England) -- History, Military.,
  • Hertfordshire (England) -- History, Military.

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementby J.D. Sainsbury.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUA653.5.B43 S25 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2477271M
ISBN 100948527013
LC Control Number87210000

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A Guide to the History of the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment. Sainsbury. Hart Books, Welwyn, xxxxx.

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No index, but especially useful for the history of the Gallipoli campaign ofand contains some photograph portraits of men killed in action. () The History of the Fifth Battalion, Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment (T.A.), by Captain F.A.M.

Webster. Unit History: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. The Regiment was first raised in as ‘Archibald Douglas' Regiment of Foot’ by Royal order of King James II, during heightened tensions as William of Orange posed a threat to the Throne of the unpopular King.

There are items tagged Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment available in our Library These include information on officers, regimental histories, letters, diary entries, personal accounts and information about actions during the Second World War.

' A guide to the history to the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire regiment ', by J.D. Sainsbury. 32 pages, This is very brief summary of the regiment, with no specific details of individuals or engagements. The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment was an infantry regiment of the British Army that traced its origins back to After long years of service in many campaigns it was merged with The Essex Regiment in to form the 3rd East Anglian Regiment.

At that time, the Bedfordshire Regiment were not eligible for any of the new honours as the regiment had not been present at any of events selected as potential battle honours in spite of having been present during numerous of the Empire's wars over the previous two centuries.

Hertford Museum is the collecting museum of the Hertfordshire Regiment. From Bull Plain to the Battlefields is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and brings together some of the stories of the people of East Hertfordshire and the Hertfordshire Regiment during the First World War in the form of an exhibition, book, events and this website.

The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regimental Memorial consists of a small remembrance building with iron doors fronted by two inscribed monuments and encompassed by a semicircular wall with inbuilt seats.

The small building originally held the book of remembrance list over 1, men of the Regiment killed during the Second World War. Twelve documents relating to Charles Crumby, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Bn The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), and in D Coy 9th Bn The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, account book, certificates, and correspondence.

The Wardown Park Museum houses the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (formerly 16th Foot or Bedfordshire Regiment) gallery which explores the history of the Regiment from its inception in through to the amalgamation with the Essex Regiment in to form the East Anglian Regiment (Royal Anglian regiment from ).

This database contains details of the men who served in the Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment and died during the Second World War. Links to any war memorials in the United Kingdom that these men are known to exist on are also provided plus photographs of either the men of their graves.

Photocopied ts account (30pp and maps) written by Lieutenant Colonel J C A Birch DSO, Commanding Officer of the 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (10th Infantry Brigade, 4th Infantry Division) BEF, of the Battalion's experiences between 12 May and 1 June during which it took part in the BEF's advance into Belgium to meet the invading.

The book consists of a hard cover, a two sided printed history of the regiment, from which the above extract is taken, and 11 pages of photographs. These include the regimental trophies, the above pictures of the war memorial, a picture of Fort Sitabuldi, Nagpur, and "Trooping the Colour" Malplaquet Day 11th September,   The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment Troop the Colour - the most impressive ceremony in the Army - in honour of the 75th anniversary of raising of the 2nd Battalion." Borden Camp.

(Location. (Subject: Regimental & Unit Histories - Famous Regiments) Raised at Reading as the 16th Regiment of Foot, the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (now part of the Royal Anglian) has always been found wherever the fighting was hardest.

5th Btn. Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regiment in South East Asia. – fatalities. Original Document Design and layout is copyright Martin Stiles Brisbane Reproduction to COFEPOW website format by kind request of Martin Stiles. Hertfordshire Regiment. 22 May absorbed more than men from 6th Bedfordshire Regiment.

After their period of service with the prestigious 4th (Guards) Brigade, the battalion was often known as the Hertfordshire Guards. Famous Regiments: The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (The 16th Regiment of Foot) by Peters, G.W.H. ( Brian Horrocks) COVID Update May 7, Biblio is open and shipping Edition: 1st.

The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment Troop the Colour - the most impressive ceremony in the Army - in honour of the 75th anniversary of raising of the 2nd Battalion." Borden Camp.

(Location unknown). British Pathé captured many extraordinary and tragic events over its 80 year history. The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment was the final title of a line infantry regiment of the British Army that was originally formed in After centuries of service in many small.

The History of the Fifth Battalion The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (T.A.) Foreword. Colonel Miskin has honoured me by a request that I should write a Foreword to " The History of the 5th Battalion of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment," an honour which I am proud to accept.

In November a government White Paper outlined a general reduction in the size of the Territorial Army and the following year 1st Battalion the Hertfordshire Regiment (TA) was amalgamated with 5th Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment (TA) to form the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (TA).Allegiance: British Army.

2nd Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment. Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France. Killed in action Age Son of Henry & Alice Mary White of Oakbank, Bishopstoke, Eastleigh, Hampshire, UK.

Born He was educated at Charterhouse & R.M.C. Sandhurst but did not gain a commission. The 5th Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment in WWII.

by Bernard Lamb. When war broke out in all over the country men enlisted in their local regiment. For men living in Hemel Hempstead the natural choice was to join the Beds & Herts Regiment.

They became part of the 5th Battalion that had been formed on 25th August The reforms also brought Hertfordshire into the Regimental district and the Hertfordshire Militia became a battalion of the Bedfordshire Regiment.

This resulted in the combination of the Bedfordshire Regiment’s badge of the Cross of the Order of the Bath (a Maltese Cross) and that of the Hertfordshire Militia, a hart crossing a ford. Get this from a library.

The history of the fifth battalion the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (T.A.). [F A M Webster]. The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment was an infantry regiment of the line in the British Army between and It was formed by the merging of the Bedfordshire Regiment (dating back to ) and the Hertfordshire Regiment (who's roots date back to the 'Trained Bands' of the Tudor era).

'The Bedfordshire Regiment' was known as such between. Cap Badge: The Story of Four Battalions of The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment and the Hertfordshire Regiment (TA) – - Ebook written by R.

Medley. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Cap Badge: The Story of Four Battalions of The Bedfordshire 4/5(1).

WW1 Actions and Troop Movements for, If Richard Norris stayed with this unit, this map shows where he would have fought. If you know of an event that doesn't appear, you can add it by clicking on the map.

Get this from a library. The 16th foot; a history of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire regiment. [Frederick Maurice, Sir]. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

The Bedfordshire Local History Association promotes the study of local history within and around Bedfordshire, and provides a forum for discussion and co-operation between interested groups and individuals.

A comprehensive list of all the medals awarded to the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, at the North East Medals web site http. Second World War. Assigned to the 2nd Battalion, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, Young went to France with the battalion in lateshortly after the outbreak of the Second World War, as part of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF).

The battalion formed part of the 10th Infantry Brigade, commanded by Brigadier Evelyn Barker, part of the 4th Infantry ance: United Kingdom. guide to history bedfordshire & hertfordshire regiment j.d. sainsbury paperback. new condition. after 30 years of supplying the trade we are now selling direct.

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'Lost' Casualties of WWI – Bedfordshire Regiment and Hertfordshire Regiment. Official casualty records for the two regiments in which many men from Hatfield served during WWI show a greater human cost than the War Memorial and Memorial Book have revealed.

Embroidered and printed personalised Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment T Shirts, Polos, Sweatshirts, Hoodies and Sports Garments.

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