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1972-75 Memories of Bill Crone – 64AmphEngrSqn – Bindon Barracks

© Bill Crone

These days a photo album from UK arrived at my home. It was the album full packed with memories of Bill Crone. He was based here in Hamelin between 1972 and 1975. I have scanned and restored the photos and he allowed me to add them here to the webpage! I’m very proud to have them here I think they are very unique. The 1st part show some photos of comrades and in- and outside Bindon Barracks. Thank you very much Bill!

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Memories of Bill Crone;

Memories of Bill Crone;

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Memories of Bill Crone;

1971 – 28 Amphibious Engineer Regiment at Bindon Barracks

(c) James J McGrane collection

This group photo I got from James McGrane!

He is the man in the back row the 5th from right.

This photo was taken by a member of 28 at Bindon Barracks in 1971!

Very historic photo! Thanks for support!

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Memories of John Henderson – 26 RCT

(c) John Henderson / Arnd Wöbbeking

John was in Hameln from October 1964 – August 1967

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March 1969 – November 1971.

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Memories of David Ewing Pt.2

Drei weitere Photos von David Ewing! Das erste zeigt ihn selber,

Three more photos by David Ewing! The first one shows himself, 

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das zweite zeigt ein Mannschaftszelt des 23 Amphibious Engineers Regiments aufgenommen bei einem Manöver in Speyer!

the second is a team tent of 23 Amphibious Engineer Regiment taken at Speyer!

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Das letzte Foto ist ein sehr seltenes und wohl auch einzigartig. Es zeigt zwei M3 Prototypen in den Bindon Barracks.

The last photo is a very rare and probably unique. It shows two M3 prototypes in the Bindon Barracks.

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Memories of Graham Walker – 408 Bridge Tp – 40 Sqn RCT – Inside Bindon Barracks

(c) Graham Walker

Great photo series „Inside Bindon Barracks“! All from Graham Walker! 

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23 Amph Engr Sqn – Memories of Alan Todd – Pt.3

Und hier die letzte Galerie von Alan!

Here comes the last part from Alan!

Auf Übung mit der Bundeswehr!

On Exercise with German Army!

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Gundolph Park

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Scharnhorst Kaserne / Bindon Barracks

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24.10.1969 Inspection durch den General

(c) DEWEZET

 Der Dewezet Artikel vom 24.10.1969

aus dem Archiv von Gerhard Fricke informierte

über die Inspektion der

»Bindon Barracks« (ehemals Scharnhorstkaserne)

durch den Kommandeur des 1. Britischen Corps!

Sehr schön finde ich, das sich der Trommler im

Vordergrund wiedererkannt hat nach 45 Jahren!

Sein Name „Clive Renowden“! 

Herzlichen Dank Gerhard!

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The Dewezet article from 10/24/1969

informed about the inspection of

»Bindon Barracks“ (formerly Scharnhorst barracks)

by the commander of the 1st British Corps!

The drummer in foreground has recognized that after 45 years!

His name „Clive Renowden“!

Thank you Gerhard!

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