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"Faugh-a-Ballagh"

April  1943  -  1951  -  1957  -  1958  -  1959
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The Regimental Gazette of
The Royal Irish Fusiliers


87th  89th
Vol. XXXIX     November 1951     No. 174

RIF Sergeants' Mess Album


1st Battalion Colour Party passing the famous Goose Girl statue at Gottingen, King's Birthday Parade, 1951


Contents -  Editorial - Births - Bradish & Major - Christening - Jefferies  - Obituary - J. A. McBrien  - Battalion Notes

Guard of Honour for Gen. Guillaume at Bad Oeynhausen, June 27, 1951

Obituary 19036023 Cpl. J. R. Hall & 22189919 Fus. P. M. Perkins & 22528483 Fus. M. Smyth

"C" Company Officers.  The rigours of B.A.O.R. training, 1951



Field Marshal Lord Montgomery talking to Fus. Treend of the Guard Platoon, furnished by the 1st Battalion at Fontainbleau


Officers' Mess Pipers, 1951
Left to right : Cpl. King, Pipers Maginess and Price and Pipe-Major Dougan

Athletics
 
Old Soldiers' Race - The finish of a hard race shows Sgt. Monteith, M.M., winning from Major W. Shephard, M.B.E. Also in the picture from left to right are the C.O., Major B. FitzG. Donlea, M.C., R.Q.M.S., R. Learmonth and R.S.M. F. Kelly, D.C.M.
Individual Championships - Capt. G. L. Thompson getting home in the 1,500 metres final from Fus. Learning ("H.Q." Company), who is partly hidden. Cpl. Crowley ("B" Company) is on the left

Individual Championships - The finish of the 100 metres sprint.  Lt. B. Tagert holding off Fus. Page ("B" Company) to win by inches.  Also competing are Lt. H. Howard and 2/Lt. D. F. Greer

Athletics



5th Battalion, The Royal Irish Fusiliers (T.A.)       North Irish Brigade Training Centre

65th L.A.A. Regiment (Irish Fusiliers) R.C.A. - 1st Cadet Battalion The R.I.F. - 2nd Cadet etc. - Regimental Association
Faugh-a-Ballagh Dinner Club - Regimental Museum and Library - Fifty Years Ago - A Leopard for Breakfast

Extracts from an Officers' Mess Meeting Book of the 87th - Letters from Lt. J. A. Barstow
Late News Obituary Mrs. Mary McNee
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