The history of 175 brigade rfa 1915 1919 on the same day the op of c battery at ferme du biez and that of d at lille post were both demolished by shellfire the war diary of 175 brigade at this time is fairly sparse but some quotes from the diaries of the tyneside scottish and irish give some idea of conditions and what was happening. This section of the long long trail describes the formation attachments and history of each brigade and battery of the royal field artillery for details of movements and battles click through to the divisions concerned note in early 1917 many rfa brigades were detached from divisions and placed under orders of higher formations. Searching for your ww1 gunner ancestor i regularly receive requests from people who having seen the website assume that i can find their own ancestors in whatever brigade or battery they may have served my field of expertise is fairly limited to the history of 241 brigade and to the timespan 1914 to 1918 the period of the 1st world war. Xxviii brigade royal field artillery was a brigade of the royal field artillery which served in the first world war it was originally formed in 1900 with 122nd 123rd and 124th batteries and attached to 5th infantry divisionin august 1914 it mobilised and was sent to the continent with the british expeditionary force where it saw service throughout the war. 51st london heavy anti aircraft regiment was a volunteer air defence unit of britains territorial army from 1922 until 1955 during world war ii it served in norway the blitz north africa when detachments defended crete and tobruk and finally in italy until the end of the war in europe by which time a proportion of the regiments personnel were african soldiers and the guns were
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