Useful Links . . .
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 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 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 in London hold a number of books and personal papers relating to the three Regiments.
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 (CWGC) honours the men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in both World Wars with details of those commemorated, cemeteries and memorials