2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment

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Handing Over Contributions:
To Veteran's, their families and contributors, who have given so generously to the Veterans project.

I am very pleased to inform you that your contributions, were handed over on Wednesday 05 September 2022 to Mr. Martin McIntyre, a representative of The Wardrobe museum, and it is very fitting that you read for yourselves how welcome those contributions were received. [Read On]

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales for the 75th anniversary of VJ Day at the National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire. [Read On]

Dame Vera Lynn, 'The Forces Sweetheart' reached her milestone on the 20 March 2017. On behalf of the men of the Royal Berkshire Regiment who fought in Burma wish you a HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY.

Soldier who saw ‘angel’ sing
Roy saw her sing in Burma... [Read On]

70th Anniversary:
Ex-Sgt. Gilbert Scott Selwyn represented the 2nd Battalion The Royal Berkshire Regiment. [Read On]

Gilbert Scott Selwyn - Last Post:
Ex-Sgt. Gilbert Scott Selwyn. I have been notified today the 15 February 2017 that Scott of Wolverhampton... [Read On]

Arthur Pike - Last Post:
I am writing with the sad news that my father, Arthur Pike died on 18th May 2015. He passed peacefully away at his home in Tiverton aged 91... [Read On]

Kohima Veteran Visits Japan - Akiko invites Ex Sgt. Roy Welland 5337618, and Ruth Smith, who's late husband fought with the Chindit's to meet Japanese veteran's of the Burma Campaign... [Read On]

Kenneth James Wells - Last Post:
David Long has sadly informed me of the passing of Kenneth James Wells, better known to his friends and I as Ken... [Read On]

Dekho! Shows Its Approval:
The Burma Star Associations Journal, Dekho! of Summer 2012 Issue 171 records the aims and contact details of the veterans website, giving it a much needed boost. Thank You... [Read On]

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