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1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment by David Rowlands.


1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment by David Rowlands.

The recovery of LCpl Edwards Warrior, Gonji Vakuf, Bosnia, 13th January 1993. On 13th January 1993 there was severe fighting in the town of Gornji Vakuf, when a column of armoured vehicles of B Company, 1st Battalion The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment arrived. Lance Corporal Edwards was the driver of a Warrior, call sign Two One. His driver's hatch was open, and as he crossed the bridge over the river a sniper shot him. His Warrior veered towards the left and came to a halt. Inside the vehicle, the soldiers were unable to contact the driver. An MRRV (Mechanized Repair and Recovery Vehicle) drove forward in front of the Warrior. Under intense small arms fire, Corporal Bancroft emerged from his hatch and clambered across the roof of his vehicle, and down onto the ground to attach a towbar to the Warrior. The Warrior was recovered, with the mortally wounded driver and the soldiers still inside it. Shortly afterwards, when I was accompanying a patrol in two Warriors, I visited this s.........


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Item Code : DHM10611st Battalion Cheshire Regiment by David Rowlands. - Editions Available
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Battle of Meanee, (17th February 1843) by George Jones.


Battle of Meanee, (17th February 1843) by George Jones.

Sir Charles Napier led a small force of 2,500, consisting of native infantry and cavalry and one British regiment, The Cheshire Regiment, against the Baluchi Army of the Ameers of Scinde. The desert fortress of Emaun Ghur was destroyed and then, on the 17th February 1843, Napiers small force defeated 30,000 Baluchis at Meeanee. A month later the Baluchis were defeated again at Hyderbad. The province of Scinde fell into British hands and the Cheshire Regiment gained the honours of Meeanee, Hyderbad and Scinde. The honours of Meeanee and Hyderbad are shared with some Indian Regiments. That of Scinde is borne by The Cheshire Regiment alone.
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1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment at Audregneis, 24th August 1914 by David Rowlands (GL)


1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment at Audregneis, 24th August 1914 by David Rowlands (GL)



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6th Battalion The Cheshire Regiment by David Rowlands (GL)


6th Battalion The Cheshire Regiment by David Rowlands (GL)

Machine gunners at Monte Gemmano, (Gothic Line) in September 1944.


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The Cheshire Regiment (22nd Foot) by Richard Simkin. (P)


The Cheshire Regiment (22nd Foot) by Richard Simkin. (P)



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Cheshire Regiment by Harry Payne.


Cheshire Regiment by Harry Payne.



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Private T. A. Jones Attacks And Disarms Singlehanded 102 Of The Enemy And Then Marches Them To The British Lines.


Private T. A. Jones Attacks And Disarms Singlehanded 102 Of The Enemy And Then Marches Them To The British Lines.

Private Thomas Alfred Jones, of the Cheshire Regiment, was with his company consolidating the defences, and, noticing an enemy sniper at 200 yards distance, he went out, and returned the snipers fire and killed him. He then saw two more of the enemy firing at him, although displaying a white flag. Both of them he also shot. On reaching the enemy trench he found several occupied dug outs, and single-handed disarmed 102 of the enemy, including three or four officers, and marched them back to the British lines though a heavy barrage. He was awarded the V.C. for his most conspicuous bravery.


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Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Downs Working His Machine Gun From A Haystack For Five Days Under Heavy Fire.


Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Downs Working His Machine Gun From A Haystack For Five Days Under Heavy Fire.

Quartermaster-Sergeant Downs was largely responsible for the training of the machine gunners of the 1st Cheshire Regiment, who did brilliant work in the early stages of the campaign. On one occasion downs and his section were working their machine guns from a haystack for five days to cover the advance of the regiment. All that time they were under heavy shellfire, and the stack itself was hit once, whilst some artillery near by suffered heavy casualties. Nevertheless as observer, he was able to signal the position of a German trench, which was demolished by howitzers.


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Private Callf Pulling A Box Ammunition Out Of A Bomb Store Set Alight By The Bursting Of A Shell.


Private Callf Pulling A Box Ammunition Out Of A Bomb Store Set Alight By The Bursting Of A Shell.

On September 25th 1915, four attacks, which were secondary to the main British attack in the south, were undertaken between the south of the Ypres salient and the La Passee Caral. The main British attack was, in a sense, made in support of the great French effort in the south. In the early hours of the morning, great masses of British troops were to be seen moving through the communication trenches, which led to the first line. At Festuber a shell burst in the trench, which were very crowded at the time, and set fire to a large bomb store. Private A. Callf, of the 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, at once pulled out a box of small arms ammunition, which was burning, and carried it from the trench.


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The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War by Col Arthur Crookenden.


The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War by Col Arthur Crookenden.

The Cheshires (22nd Foot) mustered thirty-eight battalions during the course of the war, of which fifteen saw action. Between them they served in every theatre of war: -Western Front, Gallipoli. Italy, Macedonia, Palestine and Mesopotamia. Total dead amounted to 8,420, seventy-five battle honours were awarded and two VCs. The construction of this history is unusual: each theatre of war is taken separately and within that theatre the narrative unfolds chronologically, but instead of chapter or section headings there are, in the main, Battle Honour headings with dates and descriptions, some brief, some extensive, of the action which won the Honour and the identity of the battalion or battalions involved. There are a few headings that relate to less significant events, these are shown in lower case while the Battle Honour headings are in upper case. So with this history, when you look at the list of contents you are looking at the roll of Battle Honours awarded to the Regiment. Usually .........


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