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2nd Kent Artillery Volunteers

The 2nd Kent Artillery Volunteers, later 4th London Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, popularly known as the Lewisham Gunners, was a volunteer unit of the British Army from 1860 until 1967. Initially raised in suburban West Kent, its recruiting area was later incorporated within the County of London.

Voice of the Guns {Regimental Slow March of the Royal Artillery} followed by Corps of Army Music March. performed at Tidworth Proms Concert on 18th Feb 2015.

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RHKR The Volunteers Association Ltd
All correspondence to the Association by e-mail plea se send to "clubmanager@rhkr.org" Any queries, please contact the Clubhouse Manager ...
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British Army Officers 1939-1945 -- H - unit histories
01.06.1940: Honourable Artillery Company (121st and 125th Officer Cadet Training Units, RA) 01.06.1940 : commissioned, Royal Regiment of Artillery [emergency commission]
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