3 edition of History of the Volunteer Movement in Monmouthshire found in the catalog.
by Newport & MonmouthshireNewspapers Co.
Written in English
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The enthusiasm for the Volunteer movement following an invasion scare in saw the creation of many Volunteer Corps composed of part-time soldiers eager to supplement the Regular British Army in time of need.
An Artillery Volunteer Corps (AVC) of two batteries was formed at Newport in Monmouthshire on 4 October Two additional batteries were raised Branch: Territorial Force/Territorial Army.
Volunteer Force. The enthusiasm for the Volunteer movement following an invasion scare in saw the creation of many units composed of part-time soldiers eager to supplement the Regular British Army in time of need.
A number of Artillery Volunteer Corps (AVCs) were formed for coastal defence in South Wales, and by the s they had been consolidated as the 1st Branch: Volunteer Force/Territorial Force. The Glamorgan Yeomanry was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army originally raised in the late eighteenth century as a result of concern over the threat of invasion by the French.
It was re-raised in the Second Boer War and saw service in both World War I and World War lineage is maintained by C (Glamorgan Yeomanry) Troop, (South Wales) Battery, th Regiment Branch: Territorial Army. History of the Volunteer Movement in Monmouthshire Series: Unknown Year: Unknown Raiting: / 5 Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Volunteer Artillery The enthusiasm for the Volunteer movement following an invasion scare in saw the creation of many Volunteer units composed of part-time soldiers eager to supplement the Regular British Army in time of need.
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