Tower Armouries - Loans Out - Un-numbered

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Tower Armouries - Loans Out - Un-numbered

Tower Armouries - Loans Out - Un-numbered





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Records relating to loans issued by the Tower Armouries. No numbers appear to have been issued to these loans, 1st Anti-Aircraft Divisional R.A.S.C. (T.A.), Plumpstead, 1928-37, 1st Battalion (Queen Victoria's Rifles), London, 1935-39. Also referred to as the 9th Battalion (London Regiment), 1st Cadet Battalion, Royal Fusiliers Regiment (City of London Regiment), London, 1936, 2nd Battalion (Wiltshire Regiment), Crownhill, 1931-33, 2nd Medium Brigade, Royal Artillery, Longmoor, 1931-33. Also referred to as the 64th Field Battery, 4th Battalion (Suffolk Regiment), 1940, 5th Battalion (King's Regiment), Liverpool, 1926-36, 16th/5th Lancers, Hounslowegiment), Crownhill, 1931-33, 53rd Field Battery, Royal Artillery, Bordon, 1935, 106th Field Brigade, Royal Artillery, Liverpool, 1938, 164th West Lancashire Field Ambulance R.A.M.C. (T.A.), Liverpool, 1927-28, 338 A.A. Company, Eltham, Admiralty House, Chatham, Aldershot, Andover, Army School of Education, Shorncliffe, 1935-40, Artist's Rifles, Barracks, Devizes, Berwick, Biggin Hill, Birmingham Museum, Boy's Technical School, Chepstow, Bramley, British Army of the Rhine. Koln, Brussels Exhibition, Bury St. Edmunds, C.W. Experimental Station, Porton, Canadian Army Staff College, Kingston, Ontario, 1959-79, Catterick Camp, Richmond, Chatham, College of Heralds, Custom House, London, Depot of the Royal Fusiliers, Hounslow, Didcot, Director of Ordnance Services, War Office, London, 1940-46, Dorsetshire Regiment, Dorchester, Dover Castle (Maison Dieu House), Ealing, London, East Lancashire Regiment, Preston, East Surrey Regiment, Kingston on Thames, 1937, Garrison Recreation Rooms, Gibraltar, Gloucestershire Regiment, Bristol, 1928-35, Government Office, Isle of Man, Guernsey Castle, Guernsey Museum, Gunwharf, Chatham, H.Q. Company, 2nd (Plymouth) Battalion, D.C.C.F., 1946, H.Q. Southern Command, Salisbury, 1935-38, H.Q. Terrotorial Army and Air Force Association of the County of London, London, 1926-34, Hampshire Regiment, Winchester, 1926-28, Hampton Court, HMS Ganges, Ipswich, 1939, HMS Victory, Portsmouth, Horniman Museum, London, 1967, Horseguards, Imperial War Museum, London, King's Bastion Flag Station, Portsmouth, 1926, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, Shrewsbury, 1936, Kitchener Barracks, Chatham, Lancashire Fusiliers, Bury, Leith Port, Edinburgh and Stirling, Lincolnshire Regiment, London County Council, London Regiment, Chelsea, London Regiments, Miscellaneous, Newport, Officer's Training Corps, Inns of Court, London, Ordnance Office, Priddy's Hard, Gosport, R.A.M. College, Millbank, RAF Station, Emsworth, RAF Station, Heyford, RAF Station, High Station, Royal Artillery, Portsmouth, Royal Berkshire Regiment, Reading, 1934, Royal Engineers Museum, Chatham, Royal Hospital, Chelsea, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, 1962, Royal Naval Barracks, Portsmouth, 1936-37, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Royal Scots Regiment, Milton Bridge, 1929-32, School of Artillery, Larkhill, 1946, School of Military Engineering, Chatham, Scots Greys, Hounslow, Scottish Command, Edinburgh, 1934-35, Seaforth Highlanders, Dover, St James's Palace, London, Tower Hill Improvement, Training Battalion, Chatham, Upper Heyford, Oxford, War Office Station at Dover, War Office Stations, London



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