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Date. / Factory. / I.A. Troops
1. Sgt.Hill M.M
2. Sgt. Woodley.
3. Sgt. Ruscoe. / Sgt. Morris.
4. Sgt. Ancell
5. Sgt. Bromfield
6. Sgt. Simms. / Sgt. Kightley.
7. Sgt. Coulson
8. Sgt..Hill M.M
9. Sgt. Woodley. / Sgt. Ruscoe.
10. Sgt. Morris
11. Sgt. Ancell
12. Sgt. Bromfield. / Sgt. Simms.
13. Sgt. Kightley
14. Sgt. Coulson
15. Sgt. Hill M.M. / Sgt. Woodley.
16. Sgt. Ruscoe.
17. Sgt. Morris.
18. Sgt. Ancell. / Sgt. Bromfield.
19. Sgt. Simms.
20. Sgt. Kightley.
21. Sgt. Coulson. / Sgt. Hill M.M.
22. Sgt. Woodley.
23. Sgt. Ruscoe.
24. Sgt. Morris. / Sgt. Ancell.
25. Sgt. Bromfield.
26. Sgt. Simms.
27. Sgt. Kightley. / Sgt. Coulson.
28. Sgt. Hill M.M.
29. Sgt. Woodley.
30. Sgt. Ruscoe. / Sgt. Morris.
31. Sgt. Ancell.
In the summer of 1940, Britain asked itself not 'will Hitler invade?' but 'when?' SEALION, the German invasion plan, provoked the construction of pillboxes, coastal defences, heavy-gun emplacements and anti-aircraft batteries, as well as the formation of the Home Guard and covert groups. Later, new dangers replaced SEALION: radar detection systems were expanded during the Blitz years, as were intelligence-gathering systems and listening posts.
From 1944, Britain was again faced with a deadly threat, Hitler's 'Vengeance weapons'. This title provides a concise assessment of Britain's defensive systems, and presents a vivid picture of war on the home front.
Click this link for further information on the Humber Home Guard.