Goose Herding Bradbury lines, Hereford, 1956

Goose Herding Bradbury lines, Hereford, 1956

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Title Goose Herding Bradbury lines, Hereford, 1956
Description A black and white photograph taken at Bradbury lines Hereford. Shown are members of the boys regiment Royal Artillery heading 22 geese, this procedure commenced after a pet goose belonging to the commanding officer of the camp was accidently slaughtered in 1955. Boys regiments originated in the Victorian army system of 'boy service' (children enlisted for non-combat duties e.g buglers), During the world wars enlistees under 18 years old where allocated to Training Units that evolved into boy's regiments.
Photographer / artist Mr Derek Evans FRPS FRSA
Publisher Derek Evans Studio
Contributor(s)
Date 11/1956
Type Image
Format Photograph
Identifier DSC_0139.TIF
Area Herefordshire
Collection Holder Private collection