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The Humber Home Guard Coventry

 
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  Photo of the queue to see an unexploded bomb
 
Admission 1D "Come and see the bomb that did not go off"
 
  Members of The Humber Home Guard
   
   
  ASW 1/123 – N.C.O DUTIES

15th Warwickshire (Cov.) Battn. H. G.

(Humber Limited)

Rota of N.C.O. DUTIES. DECEMBER, 1942.

 
Coventry Home Guard Photo with  Sergeant Alfred Hill, Unknown and Mr Jones who was unfortunately killed in an accident

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Sgt.Hill M.M
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Sgt. Bromfield

Sgt. Hill M.M


Sgt. Ancell

Sgt. Coulson.

Sgt. Morris

 
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The Home Guard - David Carroll
In this book the images recall the activities of the Home Guard also known as 'Dad's Army'. The book draws on the early days of the Local Defence Volunteers from the moment when Anthony Eden broadcast an appeal, to the official stand-down of the Home Guard in 1944. This title evokes memories of World War II in a domestic setting and asserts life on the Home Front from the perspective of those left behind to defend it.