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ROYAL ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERS "7" DURHAM ARMY CADET FORCE SHOULDER FORMATION COMBINATIONA fine woven shoulder formation combination, with red "7"
Code: 54366Price: 32.00 GBP
RARE WW2 EXERCISE ESKIMO EMBROIDERED FORMATION PATCH SIGN. A fine rare woven example, of a very short lived formation sign.
A military exercise named Exercise Eskimo was held in the winter of 1944–45, in Saskatchewan to test existing methods of winter warfare by Canadian Army and the United States Army Air Corps. The troops would arrive in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan by train and then move to their destinations which were often farther north. Montreal Lake was a target area for dropping supplies by B-17 Flying Fortress and the then secret B-29.
DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY ARMY CADET FORCE "6"FORMATION COMBINATIONA fine woven shoulder formation combination.
Code: 54369Price: 37.00 GBP
WW2 18th INFANTRY DIVISION [2nd LINE TA] FORMATION SIGNA fine scarce printed WW 2 formation sign black "windmill" on an orange background. Un-used.
The 'windmill sails' badge denoted the association of the Division with East Anglia. The Division was a Second Line Territorial Division formed from men from Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. It was a duplicate of 54th East Anglian Division. 18th Division was sent to India in at the end of 1941 but was diverted en-route to Singapore. One of the Division's constituent Brigades, the 53rd, arrived ahead of the main Division and was transferred to Johore the day after disembarkation on 13 January 1942. Under Malaya Command it took part in the fighting until the withdrawal to Singapore Island on 31 January before reverting to Divisional command for the final battles on the Island itself. The remainder of the Division landed at Singapore on 29 January 1942 and after participating in the defence of the island, surrendered with the rest of the fortress garrison on 15 February 1942.
Reference Cole page 39
Code: 54361Price: 110.00 GBP
WW2 3rd CORPS / BRITISH FORCES IN GREECE FORMATION [PAIR] SIGNSA fine pair of printed cloth formation signs. Joined BEF in France in 1940 (took part in Dunkirk evacuation). In 1943 went to Persia. Later in Syria and Egypt.
Badge was adopted in 1943 by 3 Corps, December 1944 it was redesignated H.Q. Land Forces & Military Liaison Greece and subsequently British Forces in Greece (BFIG)
Code: 54362Price: 80.00 GBP
WW2 TRAFFIC CONTROL FORMATION SIGNA fine woven WW2 Traffic Control formation sign
As worn by Military Police.
Code: 54360Price: 35.00 GBP
49th INDEPENDENT INFANTRY BRIGADE FORMATION SIGN.An unused printed on khaki cloth formation sign for the 49th Independent Infantry Brigade. The brigade fought against the Mau Mau in Kenya between 1953 - 1955. Good condition.
Code: 54363Price: 42.00 GBP
BOER WAR PRINCESS CHRISTIAN ARMY NURSING RESERVE CLOTH BADGEA fine period cloth badge 110 x 105 mm
Princess Christian, the third daughter of Queen Victoria took an interest in military nursing and formed the Princess Christian's Army Nursing Reserve in 1897. Two years later they proved their worth in the Second Boer War (The South African War or Anglo-Boer War) from 1899 to 1902.
Code: 54359Price: 140.00 GBP
KINGS OWN ROYAL BORDER REGIMENT REGIMENTAL POLICE BRASSARDAn excellent quality King's Own Royal Border Regiment Regimental Police brassard complete with solid brass metal glider, R, P and badge insignia.
Code: 54358Price: 280.00 GBP
BRITISH MILITARY MISSION TO GREECE, HQ LAND FORCES FORMATION SIGNA fine scarce woven & bullion formation sign
Reference Boulanger page 493
Code: 54357Price: 120.00 GBP
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