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Archive Make-Over: Warwick-based Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

The photographic archive of the Warwick-based Royal Regiment of Fusiliers has been given a 21st century makeover.

Nearly 3,000 pictures belonging to the historic regiment - formerly the Royal Warwickshire Regiment - have been digitally preserved by Kineton-based experts We (Save Photo) who offered their services to the regiment free of charge.

During the process, carried out over a number of months, many previously unseen photographs were discovered, some dating back as far as the 1870s, which shed new light on the regiment, which has its headquarters at St John's House in Coten End.

You can read the full report here.

Photo: Field Marshall Montgomery inspects troops in Egypt in 1946.

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