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The Royal Field Artillery in Military art prints.  The Royal Field artillery came into existence on the 1st July 1899 when it was formed from part of the Royal Artillery.   The Royal Field Artillery lasted  until 1924 when it was amalgamted again into the Royal Artillery.  The Royal Field artillery were equipped with medium calibre guns and Howitzers and deployed close to the front line during world war one.  many acts of heroism were seen form the men o fthe Royal Field artillery including  Trumpeter Waldon,  During General Smith-Dorriens famous rearguard action at Le Cateau on August 26th 1914, Trumpeter S. F. G. Waldron, of the 37th Battery Royal Field Artillery, acted as communicating file between the captain commanding the artillery and the quartermaster-sergeant in charge of the wagon-teams and gun-limbers, two thousand yards behind the firing stations.  Waldron courageously waited with a spare horse though shrapnel and high explosive shells were bursting all round him.  Seeing the danger of his position, the officer at length ordered him to the rear.  Though wounded, Waldron returned later in the day leading a horse, which was required at the front.  His conspicuous coolness and courage were rewarded with the D.C.M. and Driver Brown, during an engagement in which guns had been withdrawn from action, Driver F. S. Brown, of the 80th battery Royal Field Artillery, gallantly took two horses up to the front, and waited there, under heavy fire, for the wounded, which were being dressed.  As soon as they were ready, he brought them, seated on the horses, to safety.  For his gallant conduct he was rewarded with the D.C.M.

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Royal Field Artillery by Richard Caton Woodville. (P)


Royal Field Artillery by Richard Caton Woodville. (P)

Item Code : UN0455Royal Field Artillery by Richard Caton Woodville. (P) - Editions Available
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Second Lieutenant Robinson Conveying A Field Gun Across The YSER Canal Under Fire.


Second Lieutenant Robinson Conveying A Field Gun Across The YSER Canal Under Fire.

During the operations south of Pilkem, between the 6th and 8th of July 1915, the British trenches were within sixty yards of a German sap, which had to be destroyed, with about thirty yards of thick wire entanglements, to clear the way for an infantry attack. With great coolness and enterprise. Second-Lieutenant Parr Aldous Robinson, of the 135th Battery Royal Field Artillery, conveyed under fire from the enemys guns an eighteen-pounder field gun across the Yser Canal on a raft. On being landed, it was removed to the British fire trenches, and in destroying the sap and entanglements, the gun was of great use in the way for a successful infantry attack. The conspicuous services of Second-Lieutenant Robinson were rewarded with the D.S.O.
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Trumpeter Waldon Bringing a Horse to the Firing Stations at Le Cateau Under Fire.


Trumpeter Waldon Bringing a Horse to the Firing Stations at Le Cateau Under Fire.

During General Smith-Dorriens famous rearguard action at Le Cateau on August 26th 1914, Trumpeter S. F. G. Waldron, of the 37th Battery Royal Field Artillery, acted as communicating file between the captain commanding the artillery and the quartermaster-sergeant in charge of the wagon-teams and gun-limbers, two thousand yards behind the firing stations. Waldron courageously waited with a spare horse though shrapnel and high explosive shells were bursting all round him. Seeing the danger of his position, the officer at length ordered him to the rear. Though wounded, Waldron returned later in the day leading a horse, which was required at the front. His conspicuous coolness and courage were rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Sergeant Ayres extricating a sub section of field artillery from a position in which it was suffering severe losses.


Sergeant Ayres extricating a sub section of field artillery from a position in which it was suffering severe losses.

On March 3rd 1915, during the operations on the Persian Gulf, an attempt was made by the British to reconnoitre the Turkish position west of Aswaz, on the Karun River. The enemy was found to be present in overwhelming numbers, a force of 12,000 men being opposed to the small British force of 1,000. The British undertook a retirement, but it was not carried out without heavy fighting. When the sub section of artillery, to which Sergeant G Ayres, of the 82nd Battery, royal Field Artillery, belonged was suffering casualties in men and horses he succeeded in extricating them under very difficult circumstances on several occasions. He was awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous ability and gallantry.
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Driver G. Smith Saving Panic Stricken Horses From A Burning Farm.


Driver G. Smith Saving Panic Stricken Horses From A Burning Farm.

During the terrible German bombardment of Ypres and neighbourhood in April and May, it was quite impossible to find safe quarters even for hospital installations. The artillery and transport horses were continually under fire and many crises occurred. On one occasion a barn in which several horses were stalled was set on fire by a shell. The plight of the terrified animals can well be imagined, but driver G. smith, of the 61st Battery R.F.A., proved himself a man for the moment, and, rushing into the burning building, drew them out into safety, for which action he received the D.C.M.
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Corporal F. W. Accelton Steadies The Horses To His Gun Carriage, And Brings The Gun Into Action.


Corporal F. W. Accelton Steadies The Horses To His Gun Carriage, And Brings The Gun Into Action.

When a heavy shell blew from the saddle and wounded his horse, Corporal F. W. Accleton, of the Royal Field Artillery, held on to his horse, assisted the team, and brought the gun into action. For his conspicuous gallantry he was awarded the D.C.M.
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Corporal C. T. Jones And Two Men Driving The Enemy Of Their Trench By The Fire Of A Mortar.


Corporal C. T. Jones And Two Men Driving The Enemy Of Their Trench By The Fire Of A Mortar.

On December 20th 1914, the enemy entered the trench in which Corporal C. T. Jones, of the 28th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, was posted but he succeeded in driving them out by a well-directed fire from a trench mortar. Only two men assisted Corporal Jones, who was awarded the D.C.M. for his conspicuous gallantry,, and the enemy were throwing bombs.
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Bombardier Horlock laying his gun after having been twice wounded.


Bombardier Horlock laying his gun after having been twice wounded.

On September 15th 1914, during the battle of the Aisne, Bombardier Ernest George Harlock, of the 113th Battery, Royal field Artillery, was twice wounded while his battery was in action under heavy shellfire near Vendresse. He perished, however, on each occasion in returning to lay his gun after his wound had been dressed. For his conspicuous gallantry, Bombardier, now Sergeant Horlock, was awarded the V.C.
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Sergeant Bostock attending to the wounded of a convoy of which he was in charge under heavy fire.


Sergeant Bostock attending to the wounded of a convoy of which he was in charge under heavy fire.

While proceeding along a road a convoy of fourteen wagons was heavily shelled, some men being wounded and several horses killed and badly injured. Sergeant G Bostock, of the 1/2nd North Midland Brigade Ammunition Column, royal Field Artillery was in charge of the convoy, and with conspicuous coolness he at once attended to the wounded and extricated the injured horses Later he brought the convoy back in good order, and it was due to his fine example that a panic was prevented. He was awarded the D.C.M.
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Acting Sergeant Raynes putting his smoke helmet on Sergeant Ayres following the explosion of a gas shell.


Acting Sergeant Raynes putting his smoke helmet on Sergeant Ayres following the explosion of a gas shell.

On October 11th 1915, Acting Sergeant John Crawshaw Raynes, of A Battery, the 7th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, went out under an intense fire at Fosse 7 de Bethune to assist Sergeant Ayres, who had been wounded. Having bandaged him, Sergeant Raynes returned to his gun, but shortly afterwards Cease fire was ordered. He thereupon went out with two gunners and carried Sergeant Ayres into a dugout. A gas shell burst at the mouth of the dugout, and Sergeant Raynes ran across the open for his smoke helmet, put it on Sergeant Ayres, and then, though he badly gassed, staggered back to serve his gun. He was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty.
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Major Warren removing cartridges from a blazing ammunition wagon at great ersonal risk.


Major Warren removing cartridges from a blazing ammunition wagon at great ersonal risk.

When one of his battery wagons had been set on fire by a shell near Croix Barbie, on September 16th 1915, and when both the wagon body and a cartridge were blazing, Major Robinson Warren, of the 73rd Battery, Royal field Artillery, removed the remainder of the ammunition at great personal risk. The enemy at the time were directing a heavy and accurate fire on the battery, and for his conspicuous gallantry Major Warren was awarded the D.S.O.
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Driver Brown Returning With wounded on horseback From The Firing Line.


Driver Brown Returning With wounded on horseback From The Firing Line.

During an engagement in which guns had been withdrawn from action, Driver F. S. Brown, of the 80th battery Royal Field Artillery, gallantly took two horses up to the front, and waited there, under heavy fire, for the wounded, which were being dressed. As soon as they were ready, he brought them, seated on the horses, to safety. For his gallant conduct he was rewarded with the D.C.M.
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