Military History in association with the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum
Saturday 5 November, 1 - 4pm. Free of charge. Free parking on site
Gloucestershire Heritage Hub, Alvin Street, GL1 3DW
A special focus event on the military history of our county.
Talk at 1.30pm:
‘The Glosters in Burma’ by Lt Col (Retd) Rob Dixon, a former commanding officer of The Glosters, based on research from unpublished documents held by The Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum. Describes the Gloucestershire Regiment’s Burma Campaign in the Second World War, from 1944 to the end.
- Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum
- The Royal British Legion
- The Western Front Association
Discover more about the collection of World War One military appeal tribunals, held at Gloucestershire Archives
Do you have relatives who have served in the Armed Forces? Come and speak to volunteers at the Gloucestershire Family History Society to find out more.
Booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
A special focus event on the military history of our county, with contributions from:
For information visit Saturday events 2022 - Gloucestershire Archives
Gloucestershire Family History Society will be open during the day from 10am-4pm. Please see gfhs.org.uk/ for further details.