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History of the Royal Artillery Band, 1762-1953.

Henry George Farmer

History of the Royal Artillery Band, 1762-1953.

by Henry George Farmer

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Published by Royal Artillery Institution in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. Army. Royal Regiment of Artillery. Band.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith 40 illus., including 9 by Cecil C.P. Lawson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML1331 .F168
    The Physical Object
    Pagination485 p.
    Number of Pages485
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6206512M
    LC Control Number56023793
    OCLC/WorldCa3632984

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    History Formation to Artillery was used by the English army as early as the Battle of Crécy in , while Henry VIII established it as a semi-permanent function in the 16th century. Until the early 18th century, the majority of British regiments were raised for specific campaigns and disbanded on completion. An exception were gunners based at the Tower of London, Portsmouth and other. Service History- Guns at Close Quarters Initially an infantry weapon, the 2-pounder was first issued to the Royal Artillery in , when five field brigades were converted to anti-tank regiments. This switch became possible due to the issuing of heavy mortars to the infantry, making the infantry support role of the artillery’s inch.

    Royal Regiment of Artillery, in Written by Jim Jacobs. For members with a direct interest in the Korean War, you might care to know that Pen & Sword Military Books are to publish my memoirs of the two major battles fought in Korea, the Imjin River Battle, April , and the Third Hook Battle, May , the latter battle during my second tour in Korea. Royal Artillery Band members getting ready for Royal trumpet salute Hyde Park, London, UK. 21st April, The Royal Artillery band marches back to barracks after a gun salute was fired by the Kings Troop Royal Artillery in Hyde Park today to mark the 90th birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth II.


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In the Royal Military Academy formed in the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich (RWA). The Royal Artillery Band was the first official, and permanent British military band (and former symphony orchestra) originating inbut granted official status in Consisting of woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments (and untilalso stringed instruments), it represented both the Royal Regiment of Artillery, and the state.

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