History of the Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery

by J J Major Crooks

Publisher: Naval & Military Press

Written in English
Cover of: History of the Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery | J J Major Crooks
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Subjects:

  • British & Irish history: First World War,
  • History,
  • History - Military / War,
  • History: World,
  • Ireland,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Military - General,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Europe - Ireland,
  • Military - World War I
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8960801M
ISBN 101845741730
ISBN 109781845741730

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The book is a record of the daily History of the Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery book at the Barracks of the Royal Irish Artillery at Chapel Izod. The letter printed above from Lord Townsend arrived at Chapel Izod just before the new year (). Synopsis. The story of the Royal Irish Artillery from its formation in to when it was absorbed into the Royal Artillery with the main emphasis on regimental details including nominal rolls of officers, strength returns, pay and dress details.

out of 5 stars. 5 out of /5(1). The first ever compilation of the Irish Army's Orders of Battle, from its formation in to Includes several current Tables of Organization and Equipment.

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The story of the Royal Irish Artillery from its formation in to when it was absorbed into the Royal Artillery with the main emphasis on regimental details including nominal rolls of officers, strength returns, pay and dress details. The modern Royal Irish Regiment was created in following the amalgamation of the Royal Irish Rangers and the Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR).

The Royal Irish Regiment has served in Northern Ireland, Sierra Leone, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. Lt-Col George Le Mesurier Gretton was born in Adelaide, Australia in Buy History of the Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery by J.

Crooks, Maj J. Crooks (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Our Court at St. James’s, 5 February King George III (reigned ). This regiment was formed in as The Artillery Company of Ireland. The name was changed in to The Royal Regiment of Irish Artillery.

The Regiment served in Canada in with Major General John Burgoyne, taking part in the American War of Independence. The Royal Irish Regiment This infantry regiment traced its origins back to the British Civil Wars (), but was officially formed in After years' service, it was disbanded in on the establishment of the Irish Free State.

- Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery formed. - RA Band formed in Minden (oldest British orchestra). - RA moved to current RA Barracks (Front Parade) on Woolwich Common. - First Troop of Royal Horse Artillery Formed. - Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery incorporated into the Royal Artillery.

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A history of the formation and service of the Royal Regiment of Artillery (RA), first raised inand served where ever the British Army needed heavy guns. A survey all the major campaigns and wars the regiment served in through World War Two. It also describes the types of guns used over the years.

Includes notes and bibliography. This volume begins the story of the Royal Artillery in World War II, and covers the period from September to the end of The regiment was by no means fully prepared for war but by supreme effort managed to recruit and train the hundreds of thousands of men and women required.

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Hardcover. The Royal Irish Artillery was absorbed into the Royal Artillery in to produce twelve RHA troops and a hundred RA companies in 10 battalions. Before batteries had been called after their commander's name this was to cease and RA batteries known by a number and RHA batteries a letter.

The Royal Irish Regiment, formerly the Royal Regiment of Ireland and the 18th Regiment of Foot, also known as the 'First and the Last'. The modern day Royal Irish Regiment formed in the 's has no true historical links to the original regiment other than its name.

The book ends with a good, twenty-page index. Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment from In the long history of Irish regiments serving with the British Army, few units have acquired more battle honours than the Royal Irish Regiment, ranging from Marlborough’s great victories in the 18th century to the Crimean and Boer.

Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery During the American Revolution, Britain fielded many military units in an effort to suppress the colonies. The Royal Irish Regiment of Artillery, an artillery unit, was one of the regiments that participated in the war in support of the British cause.

Originally based in the Royal Arsenal, beginning in the regiment was rehoused in the Royal Artillery Barrackson Woolwich Common. A major innovation in was the establishment of the Royal Horse Artillery, designed to provide mobile fire support for cavalry units. Internet Archive BookReader History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery.

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.

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Full text of "History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery". History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, Volume 1 History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, Francis Duncan: Author: Francis Duncan: Edition: 3: Publisher: J.

Murray, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. The Royal Irish Artillery was absorbed into the RA in Duringthe Royal Artillery moved to Woolwich Common.

Inthe Rotunda was given to the regiment by the Prince Regent to celebrate end of the Napoleonic Wars. History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. Duncan, Francis, Publication date. Topics. Great Britain.

Army. Royal Regiment of Artillery. 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 The Royal Irish Artillery was an Irish regiment of the British army in the 18th century.

It was formed in as The Artillery Company of Ireland. The name was changed in to The Royal Regiment of Irish Artillery They were recruited all over Ireland and were trained in Dublin Castle and then in Woolwich. [citation needed] P. History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery by Francis Duncan.

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Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.The Royal Irish Artillery’s involvement in the American War for Independence, although brief, was a part of the largest Artillery campaign to-date in North America. The Royal Irish Artillery was not brought to North America as a distinct unit, but as drafts for the British Royal Artillery during Lt.

General John Burgoyne’s New York campaign.Title: History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery Vol. 2 Compiled from the original records Author: Francis Duncan Release Date: Octo [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HOSTORY, ROYAL REGIMENT ARTILLERY, VOL 2 *** Produced by Brian Coe, Wayne Hammond and the.