2 edition of History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery found in the catalog.
History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||compiled from the original records by Francis Duncan.|
|LC Classifications||UA658.A1 D86 1872|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Today the Royal Regiment of Artillery is combined with the Royal Horse Artillery to form the Royal Artillery. Events from the History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery - Battle of Crécy. First recorded use of cannon. - Term "Train of Artillery" noted for the first time. This two-volume history of the Royal Artillery is one of the earliest published on that subject, and covers the period from its formation in to Waterloo, a hundred years of volume takes the history of the Regiment to Waterloo and the defeat of Napoleon, and in connection with performance of the Artillery in that battle the author devotes an Appendix to a letter from.
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This two-volume history of the Royal Artillery is one of the earliest published on that subject, and covers the period from its formation in to Waterloo, a hundred years of history.
Volume I. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 77th Searchlight Regiment (77th S/L Rgt) was an anti-aircraft (AA) unit of Britain's Royal Artillery (RA) formed during World War II. After serving in Anti-Aircraft Command during the Blitz it was converted into a Light Anti-Aircraft (LAA) gun : British Army.
The Crimean War saw the increase of the Royal Artillery to batteries and in the abolition of the Board Ordnance, which had until then controlled the Royal Artillery. Thereafter the regiment came under the War Office along with the rest of the army.
A School of Gunnery was established in Shoeburyness, Essex in Descrizione: Europa Publications, published for The Royal Regiment of Artillery, London, Condizione: Fine, oblong quarto ( x mm),original cloth covered boards, limited to one thousand copies of which this is numberlavishly illustrated throughout in colour and black and Wight, title gilt on spine, also on upper cover with a gilt crest, illustrated end papers,original cloth.
The Royal Regiment of Artillery originated inwhen two companies of artillery were formed to ensure that a regular force of gunners was readily available.
The Regiment expanded rapidly in the 18th century and, since then, has seen service in campaigns worldwide, from the Boer and Crimean wars of the 19th century, to World Wars I and II. Today the Regiment forms a powerful and complex. A beautifully illustrated work of military history, compiled and illustrated by Captain R.
J. MacDonald Strictly limited to a printing of copies, with this particular volume appers to be one of the volumes published for general sale. This particular work explores the dress of the Royal Regiment of Artillery from to Other artillery regiments were also set up at this time, such as the Royal Horse Artillery inwhich provided artillery support to cavalry units.
Some of these other regiments were merged into the main Royal Artillery, such as the Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery inand the artillery of the disbanded East India Company in Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duncan, Francis, History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery.
London: J. Murray,