Category:Royal Field Artillery

Individuals who served in the Royal Field Artillery, often colloquially referred to as "The Gunners".

The Royal Field Artillery was formed in July 1899 as a separate arm of the Royal Regiment of Artillery and provided close artillery support for the British infantry, with weaponry such as medium calibre guns and howitzers.

During the First World War, the Royal Field Artillery was comprised of more than 300 Batteries and over 500 Brigades.


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The following map shows locations linked to individuals who served during the First World War and who are commemorated in the Huddersfield & District Roll of Honour.

Pages in category ‘Royal Field Artillery’

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