All working again. Thanks Adam for keeping us up to date on twitter/facebook.
Hello Heather and welcome. Look forward to your photos and posts
Hello and welcome Ray
Many happy returns Gaines
For those of you interested, the BBC marked the day yesterday. A lovely service. Available here on iPlayer...
Hello Darren and welcome to the forum
The best place to start is to apply for his service records, they take a while to arrive but they will tell...
Hello Shirl and welcome to the forum.
Indeed our sister site at ww2talk.com has a much more British focus, and we have forum members there who can...
V J Day: Queen leads 70th anniversary commemorations
Thread started here over on our sister site...
Sad news. RIP Les Munro :poppy:
Hello Deborah and welcome.
As suggested, pleased try our sister forum at ww2talk.com.
I am also a member...
Yes it's 11th LAA Regiment, RA. I'll alert Andy (Drew) too to let him know.
Check your e-mails or even spam to check if you've received...
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You received the service records very quick, great news.
The C Battery refers to the RA Depot in December 1946 when he came home.
I am more familiar with deciphering British service records, but I will try and translate some of it. As suggested, I would register...
THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942. © IWM (E 15079)
A mobile tea canteen in the forward area, 31 July 1942.
I'm sorry I cannot help more with the name. Have you seen these stories?
Hello. Are you talking about the Bridge at Allerona by any chance?
Monday 25th may 2015.
Remembering the sacrifice of American soldiers in two World Wars and recent conflicts :poppy:
Me too. I much prefer the keeping the original in black and white. All a matter of opinion I suppose.
Lovely picture of your dad Lou.
My father a WW2 Vet died young too at 65 in 1988. I think of him every day and honour him by posting his army...