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Old 08-03-17, 07:44 PM
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Default THE ROYAL ARTILLERY IN THE PRE-WWI PERIOD

© IWM (Q 69856) Private of No. 3 Company, Military Train of the Royal Artillery, demonstrates his armament and accoutrements, Woolwich.
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Jo, he was a Private with 3rd Battalion, The Military Train. He may have been attached to the RA but not of it. The Military Train (1856-1869) was one of the forerunners of the RASC / RCT. Another bit of misleading IWM information by the look of it.
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bonjour à tous
Quelqu'un peut il me préciser quelle est l'arme détenue par ce brave guerrier?
Merci d'avance.

Bonne fin de journée
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Hello everyone
Can anybody tell me what is the weapon held by this brave warrior?
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Probably a Snider Carbine.

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