Royal Artillery Battledress with Service-Number - JM Militaria

Royal Artillery Battledress with Service-Number

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Original WW2 British Battledress to the Royal Artillery operating as part of the 21st Army Group. The tunic is dated 1944, size 9. This battledress is named to Private MacLeod with Army-Number 1708875. WD marked with M (1944). Interesting research project as there is an army number written in the tunic! The tunic shows moth damage, furthermore no damages.

The 21st Army Group was a World War II British headquarters formation, in command of two field armies and other supporting units, consisting primarily of the British Second Army and the First Canadian Army. Established in London during July 1943, under the command of Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), it was assigned to Operation Overlord, the Western Allied invasion of Europe, and was an important Allied force in the European Theatre. At various times during its existence, the 21st Army Group had additional British, Canadian, American and Polish field armies or corps attached to it. The 21st Army Group operated in Northern France, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany from June 1944 until August 1945

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