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Useful Links . . .

The Surrey History Centre – www.surreycc.gov.uk/surreyhistorycentre

The Surrey History Centre holds the collection of the infantry regiments associated with the county, including the records of the East Surrey Regiment and the 57th/67th (East Surrey) Anti-Tank Regiment Old Comrades Association.

The Queen’s Royal Surrey Regiment –  www.queensroyalsurreys.org.uk

The website details the history of the two Infantry Regiments of Surrey, including the old 5th Battalion, The East Surrey Regiment from which the 57th (East Surrey) Anti-Tank Regiment was formed in 1938.

The National Army Museum – www.nam.ac.uk

The National Army Museum holds the records of the Surrey Yeomanry which includes material on the 57th and 67th (East Surrey) Anti-Tank Regiments and the post war successor unit, 381st (East Surrey) Anti-Tank (later Light) Regiment, R.A.

The Imperial War Museum – www.iwm.org.uk

The Imperial War Museum in London hold a number of books and personal papers relating to the three Regiments.

The Royal Artillery Association – www.theraa.co.uk

Home of the Royal Artillery Association, the network organisation open to all serving and former artillerymen and designed to maintain contact with old comrades.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission – www.cwgc.org

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) honours the men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in both World Wars with details of those commemorated, cemeteries and memorials