Regimental Marches of the Royal Green Jackets
Nachtlager von Grenada & The Lo
Bucks Yeomanry Guidon Conservation by Katherine Barker BA (Hons) BSc AMA ACR
Hazebrouck, May 1940
In conversation with Al Murray (aka The Pub Landlord) and historian James Holland, Ingram Murray describes the defence of Hazebrouck by the 1st Bucks Battalion between 26 and 28 May 1940. In delaying the German advance for 48 hours at great cost, the battalion helped win time for the British Expeditionary Force to secure the Dunkirk perimeter. Barely 200 men returned to England from Dunkirk while many others would endure five years’ captivity. Click here to listen
A Talk by Professor Ian Beckett – Dad’s Army in Bucks
The Local Defence Volunteers and the Home Guard
Buckinghamshire In World War II – Part 1: The Home Front
Buckinghamshire In World War II – Part 2: Buckinghamshire Regiments
Buckinghamshire In World War II – Part 3: Wartime Activities In Buckinghamshire
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