2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment

About 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire!


The 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment website has been the result of my efforts in tracing my father’s footsteps through the years from his enlistment into the Territorial Army 5th (Hackney) Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment, then onto B Company, 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment, entering the Burma theatre of war to become a proud member and part of what was later to be known as the “The Forgotten Army”.

I was surprised to say the least about how little information there was regarding the 2nd Royal Berks. So I set to the task of developing a family, friendly and non-profit website (that means, no annoying pop-ups, advertisements or misguided links), dedicated in tracing the 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment in an effort to document their history and along the way give/receive help from fellow researchers and families's contributing in anyway no matter how small the snippet of information may be, while tracing there family ancestors and make them "The Forgotten Army" no more. The information within this website will not be error free, but that is all part of the learning curve and the huge task ahead of us.

Contributions And Content:

By contributing to this project you may have your 2nd Battalion relatives service record or a simple heartfelt dedication placed on a dedicated page, as demonstrated by following this link to view Ken Wells personal page.

Also by contributing to this project you may feel free to use the information gathered so long as it is not intended for publication in any shape or form that includes the World Wide Web. Remember the content of this site remains the property of the submitter. Should you wish to use any of this sites content for anything other than personal, private research please contact me and I will endeavor to gain permission on your behalf.

Please bear in mind that although the information contained within this project is mostly of a verbal nature and time does tend to cloud the issue, also embellishment is not intended but occurs, who are we to judge, the veterans have earned that right. Also the information can contain very descriptive language (derogatory remarks) and I would not be portraying the events as they occurred if I were to omit them.

No insult is intended to any persons, religion or race. But in the interests of history the story must remain true to these men we honour.

General Enquires:

Should you wish to make a private enquiry or are seeking a fellow friend from the 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment please use the contact link on the main menu.

Best Wishes and Good Luck in your research.

2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment.

Please Note:
The 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment webmaster reserves the right to amend the conditions of publication and contact policies as seen fit and the webmasters decision is final. By contributing to 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment you consent to abide by these decisions.



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2nd Battalion
The Royal Berkshire Regiment
(Princess Charlotte of Wales's)
1939 - 1959

Burma WWII

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