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  1. untallguy

    Arnhem: The Complete Story of Operation Market Garden 17-25 September 1944

    Arnhem by William F. Buckingham is an in-depth history of Operation Market Garden. The operation is well-placed in its context and the author describes it well. Buckingham knows his business and given that he lectures in history at the University of Glasgow, I’d expect him to! He has retold...
  2. Auld-Yin

    Pocket Guides to Pegasus Bridge and Merville Battery

    Sabrestorm Publishing, through Casemate UK have brought out two small. Pocket size books as guides to Pegasus Bridge and Merville Batteries. These really are pocket sized and aimed at the reader actually standing on the ground with a fair knowledge of the actions that took place on 6 June 1944...
  3. Auld-Yin

    Pilgrim Days : From Vietnam to the SAS

    Alastair Mackenzie was born into a British army family and followed his father round postings as a pad brat. When his father left the army, the family emigrated to New Zealand. In time Mackenzie applied for a commission in the New Zealand army. Not being greatly gifted in the scholastic world...
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    route to 7 para RHA

    hi I'm 16 years old and have just passed my medical. I'm hoping to go to afc Harrogate for the September long course with the RA cap badge. my goal is to become an observer in 7 para RHA and was wondering if anyone could give me tips on the best route and process of getting into that regiment...
  5. dusty_jacket

    What badge/uniform

    Saw this image on pin interest, of Diana and Andrew, Looks like Andrew is wearing a Grenadier Guards badge, with a maroon beret and jump boots. Can anybody else enlighten me?
  6. T

    Para Reg IPhone 6 / 6S Cases

    Hi there. I have had some Parachute Regiment IPhone 6 / 6S cases made and have since increased the range to iPhone 5, 5S, 6 and 6S for many cap badges! They're real wood with polycarbonate inner and have been laser engraved with Cap Badges and Mottos. If you'd like one they're £15 each, free...

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