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Old 23-02-21, 11:42 AM
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Default 2nd Army Formation Badges WW2

I thought that this might be of interest. Its from a small 2nd Army Thanksgiving
booklet. My dad was in the Royal Scots Greys from Italy & the D+1 landing through to Germany & the end of the war. It shows the formation signs of units under the 2nd Army command. The pencil marks were made by my dad.
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Old 23-02-21, 04:26 PM
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Very cool!!! In college I attended a Tattoo that he RSG were part of and after the performance went back stage and had he best chat with a Scot's Grey's trooper. I was flying high for a very long time after that!!! Always comes to mind when I see the RSG are mentioned.

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