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Newspaper supplement ''The Glory of Neuve Chapelle' Newspaper supplement of 8 pages with title ''The Glory of Neuve Chapelle'. reprinted from the Daily ...
Newspaper cutting ''Pathos of a Ruined Town' Newspaper extract of Pte H Wilkinson of the Cameronians writing about the pathos of a ruined town.
Newspaper photograph of a casualty clearing station Newspaper cutting with photograph, courtesy of 'The Sphere' , of a showing wounded men being cleared...
Booklet '1st Battalion The Cameronians' A 25 page booklet with a short history of the The Cameronians and photographs of the 1st Battalion ...
Article about The Cameronians Three page article from 'The Scots Pictorial' Nov 21, 1914 part of a series about 'Our Scottish Regi...
Capt Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Photocopy of a colour portrait of Capt Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) kille...
Genealogy Capt Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose Photocopy of an extract from the Rose family history providing details of Capt Ronald Hugh Walrond R...
Portrait photograph of Captain Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose Portrait photograph of Captain Ronald Hugh Walrond Rose taken in Glasgow
Letter confirming appointment for Medical Board Letter dated 30th Novemebr 1898 from the Secretary of State for War informing Capt. Rose that he has...
Examination for a commission, Ronald Rose Certificate giving results of examination of Ronald Rose for a commission in the Army; on yellow pap...
Certificate notifying end of training for Militia Subalterns Certification that 2nd Lieut. Rose of 6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment has passed the examination fo...
Appointment as 2nd Lieutenant Warwick Regiment Letter from the War Office notifying Captain Rose that Her Majesty has approved his appointment to a...

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