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  • Waterbottle, Harness & Strap, 1903 pattern: British

    Waterbottle, Harness & Strap, 1903 pattern: British

    part of "1903 Pattern Bandolier Equipment (set)" (Equipment)

    EQU 3815.9

    The blue enamelled metal waterbottle is encased within a khaki felt cover and features a brown leather carrying harness, the leather shoulder carrying strap (broken and secured by a safety pin) featuring a woven kahki fabric panel to the apex.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 812

    British Personalities: Lieutenant General Sir Alan Brooke, GOC (General Officer Commanding) 11 Corps, with Major General Bernard Montgomery, GOC 3rd Division, and Major General D G Johnson, GOC 4th Division.

  • Carrier, Coat, 1903 pattern: British

    Carrier, Coat, 1903 pattern: British

    part of "1903 Pattern Bandolier Equipment (set)" (Equipment)

    EQU 3815.6

    Webbing greatcoat carrying straps, fitted with metal quick-release buckles.

  • SERVICE OF F G MORRISON AS A SIGNALS OFFICER WITH THE BRITISH AND BRITISH INDIAN ARMY 1936 - 1945

    SERVICE OF F G MORRISON AS A SIGNALS OFFICER WITH THE BRITISH AND BRITISH INDIAN ARMY 1936 - 1945

    part of "MORRISON F G" (photographs)

    HU 62017

    Exercise Golden Fleece, England 1936. These manoeuvres under the command of Major General Wavell were the last occasion on which horses were used by the British Army in England. Photo shows wagons and lumber of the Signal Section which is engaged in...

  • SERVICE OF SERGEANT HARRY EWIN WITH THE ROYAL ARTILLERY IN INDIA DURING THE EARLY 1930s

    SERVICE OF SERGEANT HARRY EWIN WITH THE ROYAL ARTILLERY IN INDIA DURING THE EARLY 1930s

    part of "EWIN HARRY (SERGEANT)" (photographs)

    HU 88590

    Senior officers inspecting a Carden-Loyd Mk.VI machine gun carrier at a barracks somewhere in India.

  • SERVICE OF SERGEANT HARRY EWIN WITH THE ROYAL ARTILLERY IN INDIA DURING THE EARLY 1930s

    SERVICE OF SERGEANT HARRY EWIN WITH THE ROYAL ARTILLERY IN INDIA DURING THE EARLY 1930s

    part of "EWIN HARRY (SERGEANT)" (photographs)

    HU 88575

    Scenes with a marching column on the North West Frontier of India: Crossley (India pattern) armoured car and crew parked-up during the march.

  • Haversack, 1903 pattern: British

    Haversack, 1903 pattern: British

    part of "1903 Pattern Bandolier Equipment (set)" (Equipment)

    EQU 3815.8

    Haversack of khaki fabric, fitted with a woven canvas shoulder carrying strap.

  • Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*, sling

    Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*, sling

    part of "Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*" (Weapons and ammunition)

    FIR 7299.2

    The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle was adopted for British service in 1902. Variants of the design subsequently saw service in both World Wars and, in certain countries, long afterwards. The rifle was the brainchild of the War Office Small Arms...

  • Bandolier, 1903 pattern: British

    Bandolier, 1903 pattern: British

    part of "1903 Pattern Bandolier Equipment (set)" (Equipment)

    EQU 3815.7

    Bandolier of brown leather, featuring five rifle ammunition pouches, each of 10 rounds capacity, and having a fitted brass buckle for size adjustment, and a strap and a second buckle arrangement for securing the lower end of the bandolier to the...

  • Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*

    Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*

    part of "Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*" (Weapons and ammunition)

    FIR 7299.1

    The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle was adopted for British service in 1902. Variants of the design subsequently saw service in both World Wars and, in certain countries, long afterwards. The rifle was the brainchild of the War Office Small Arms...

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