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Deilinghofen
This category details the part played by Deilinghofen in the story of BAOR.

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  • 247 Gurkha Signal Squadron  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 247 Gurkha Signal Squadron in the story of BAOR whilst stationed in Huebbelrath.
  • 204 Signal Squadron, Hubbelrath  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played in the story of BAOR by 204 Signal Squadron whilst stationed in Huebbelrath.
  • Headquarters 4 Guards Brigade, Hubbelrath  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Headquarters 4 Guards Brigade, in the story of BAOR whilst stationed in Huebbelrath.
  • 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, Hubbelrath  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played in the story of BAOR by 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, whilst stationed in Hubbelrath.
  • 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales\') Imphal Barracks  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales') in the story of BAOR, whilst stationed in Imphal Barracks, Osnabruck.
  • Headquarters 12 Independant Infantry Brigade Group, Osnabruck  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Headquarters 12 Independant Infantry Brigade Group in the story of BAOR whilst stationed in Osnabruck.
  • 11 Group, Royal Engineers  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 11 Group, Royal Engineers in the story of BAOR whilst based at Quebec Barracks, Osnabruck.
  • 16th/5th The Queen\'s Royal Lancers, Imphal Barracks  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers in the story of BAOR whilst based in Imphal Barracks, Osnabruck.
  • 122 Tipper Company RASC, Scarborough Barracks  ( 1 items )
    This category details the contribution of 122 Tipper Company RASC to the story of BAOR, during its time in Scarborough Barracks, Osnabruck.
  • 66 Company RASC, Belfast Barracks  ( 1 items )
    This category details the contribution of 66 Company, Royal Army Service Corps to the story of BAOR, during its time in Mercer Barracks, Osnabruck.
  • 7 Field Ambulance RAMC, Prestatyn Barracks, Osnabruck  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 7 Field Ambulance RAMC in the story of BAOR whilst stationed in Prestatyn Barracks, Osnabruck.
  • Chapter 4 - British Policy in Germany  ( 1 items )
    ThisChapter describes British Policy in Germany as it stood in November 1946.
  • Chapter 3 - Mil Govt and CCG  ( 1 items )
    This category details the Establishment of the Mil Government and the Control Commission Germany (CCCG)
  • Close Quarters  ( 1 items )

    This category captures weapons for the Close Quarters Battle. A bit of a departure, weapons in this category, for use in the prevailing tactical situation, we are looking for stopping power (as we always have) but penetrating power too. Previously we have striven to keep the target effects at the target. Our targets are now even more fleeting and usually firing from cover ...

     

  • CHAPTER II—THE GERMAN ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM  ( 1 items )
    This category deals with THE GERMAN ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM - THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND  THE LANDER
  • Handbook for Kreis Resident Officers Part 1  ( 3 items )

    This category contains the Handbook for KreisResident Officers published in November 1946 to assist them with the business of Governing Germany.

    A slim volume, the book was published in hard back and was around A5 in size. The cover was a mid blue. Publication was carried out by the Printing and Distribution Unit of the Control Commission for Germany (British Element). 

  • Klopstock Pension, Hamburg  ( 1 items )
    Thsi category details the part played by The Klopstock Pension, Hamburg, in the story of BAOR.
  • Summit House Berlin  ( 1 items )

    This category details the part played by Summit House, Berlin, in the story of BAOR.

    Located on Adenauer Platz, Summit House was the NAAFI building, housing all manner of amenities to entertain the soldier and his family. 

  • N-Sprockhovel  ( 2 items )
    This category details the part played by N-Sprockhovel in the story of BAOR
  • Wengern  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Wengern in the story of BAOR
  • Blankenstein  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Blankenstein in the story of BAOR
  • Hagen  ( 2 items )
    This category details the part played by Hagen in the story of BAOR.
  • Goor  ( 2 items )
    This category details the part played by Goor in the story of BAOR.
  • Groeningen  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Groeningen in the story of BAOR.
  • Albergen  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Albergen in the story of BAOR.
  • Zutphen  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Zutphen in the story of BAOR.
  • Terborg  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Terborg in the story of BAOR.
  • Emmerich  ( 1 items )
    This category describes the part played by Emmerich in the story of BAOR.
  • 1st Heavy Regiment RA  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 1st Heavy Regiment RA in the story of BAOR.
  • Hattingen  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Hattingen in the story of BAOR.
  • Churchill Barracks Links  ( 1 items )
    A comprehensive survey of the Internet has turned up the sites listed here as sources of information about Churchill Barracks.
  • Churchill Barracks, Lippstadt  ( 1 items )
    This category describes the part played by Churchill Barracks in Lippstadt, in the story of BAOR.
  • The death of Heinrich Himmler  ( 1 items )

    This category corals all that has been found on the death of Heinrich Himmler in Luneburg. His death has always been controversial - its relevance here is that it occurred on our watch and that it was handled by BAOR. I hope to link together as many personal accounts as possible, giving the reader the opportunity to review them and make up their own mind.

    I do NOT intend to research this subject. 

  • 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards LAD REME  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards LAD REME in the story of BAOR.
  • St Patrick\'s Barracks, Hamburg-Wandsbek  ( 2 items )

    This category details the part played by St Patrick's Barracks, Hamburg-Wandsbek, in the story of BAOR.

    Like so many occupied by us at the end of hostilities, St Patrick's Barracks, Hamburg-Wandsbek had been a Wehrmacht Kaserne. Built as part of the refurbishment of the Wehrmacht in the 1930s, it was at that time known as "Estorff Kaserne". Solidly constructed, modern, spacious and heated, they remain impressive pieces of architecture and one wonders whether soldiers will still be living in Op PUMA barracks 70 years after THEY were thrown up so carefully constructed with our troops welfare at heart.

  • Hamburg-Wandsbek  ( 1 items )
    This category details Hamburg-Wandsbek's part in the story of BAOR.
  • 2nd Battalion, Irish Guards  ( 3 items )
    This category deals with the part played by 2nd Battalion, Irish Guards in the story of BAOR.
  • Campbell Collins Family, A & AJ  ( 1 items )
    This category deals with the Campbell-Collins family and their part in the story of BAOR.
  • UNRRA  ( 1 items )
    This category contains all that is held on UNRRA and its part in the history of BAOR.
  • RAC Gunnery Wing Hohne  ( 2 items )
    This category contains all that is held on the RAC Gunnery Wing at Hohne and its place in the story of BAOR.
  • Chieftain Technical Bulletin Jun 77  ( 8 items )
    This category contains the Chieftain Technical Bulletin for Jun 1977, Amended in 1980 (Amdt 5)
  • 338 Construction Squadron RE  ( 1 items )
    This category will tell of the involvement of 338 Construction Squadron RE in the story of BAOR.
  • 153 Railway Operating Company RE  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 153 Railway Operating Company in the story of BAOR.
  • Wolfenbuettel  ( 2 items )
    This category describes the part played by Wolfenbuettel in the story of BAOR
  • Wetter  ( 1 items )
    This category describes the part played by Wetter in the story of BAOR
  • Warendorf  ( 1 items )
    This category describes the part played by Warendorf the story of BAOR
  • Todendorf  ( 1 items )
    Thsi category contains all that is held on the part played by Todendorf in the story of BAOR.
  • Ploen  ( 1 items )
    This category contains all that is held concerning the part Ploen played in the history of BAOR.
  • Oldenburg  ( 2 items )
    This category contains all that is held concerning the part Oldenburg played in the history of BAOR.
  • Meppen  ( 3 items )
    This category contains all that is held concerning the part Meppen played in the history of BAOR.
  • Menden  ( 1 items )
    This category contains all that is held concerning the part Menden played in the history of BAOR.
  • BAOR Horticultural Handbook 1949  ( 12 items )
    This category is the contents of the BAOR Horticultural Handbook 1949. Published by HQ BAOR it sought to inform soldiers not just of good practice in order that they supplement their rations, but also to introduce them to the recreational and therapeutic aspects of the hobby.

    Printed by Printing and Stationary Service (BAOR) the subject was thought serious enough that no less a person than the CinC wrote the foreward, dated January 1949.

  • Bibliography  ( 2 items )
    This category will host a comprehensive Bibliography.
  • Itzehoe  ( 1 items )
    This category contains all information held on the part played by Itzehoe in the history of The British Army of the Rhine
  • Detmold  ( 2 items )
    This category describes the part played by Detmold in the history of BAOR.
  • BAOR  ( 1 items )

    The British Army of the Rhine is the term used to describe the LAND forces Britain stationed in Germany after the end of the War. Initially an Army of Occupation, in short order the British Army found itself aiding in the reconstruction of Germany; and preparing to defend it from the avarice of the Soviets. On the formation of the Bundeswehr, the British Soldier found himself (just ten years after the surrender of the Wehrmacht) training with the nascent German Army.

    This was not his first encounter with the populace. Contrasting strongly with the policy in the American Sector, fraternisation rules had quickly been abandoned in the British Zone. German born wives were soon in evidence, a pragmatism and adaptability which may be it argued stemmed from the British Soldier's Imperial experience - he was simply at home abroad.

    Nor were existing families long in coming to Germany. Schools were established and a large support organisation grew to accommodate and care for the Military families and those of the civilian component.

    It is hoped that sufficient source material can be gathered here to assist those researching the socialogical impact and experience of those who lived in Germany during this period. It is acknowledged that(since the author started his quest some 9 years ago) other sites and technology applications have sprung up dealing in reunions, pictures and the like, but it is felt that this site is unique in gathering the disperate sources in an attempt to piece together the whole.

     

    If you would like to contribute to the site, please email me at:

     

  • Cuxhafen  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Cuxhafen in the story of BAOR.
  • Burg  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Burg in the story of BAOR.
  • Bunde  ( 3 items )
    This category details the part played by Bunde in the story of BAOR.
  • Bochum  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Bochum in the history of BAOR
  • Berlin  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Berlin in the history of BAOR
  • Bentheim  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Bentheim in the history of BAOR
  • Bad Salzuflen  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by Bad Salzuflen in the history of BAOR
  • Mossbank Barracks  ( 1 items )
    This category details the role played by Mossbank Barracks, Bielefeld in the story of BAOR. The Barracks is located at Oldentruper Strasse 65, Bielefeld. It was known as Langemarck Kaserne.
  • Rochdale Barracks  ( 1 items )
    This category details the role played by Rochdale Barracks, Bielefeld in the story of BAOR
  • 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards  ( 1 items )
    This category details the part played by 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards in the story of BAOR
  • Hamburg  ( 1 items )
    This category details all that is known on the role of the Hansa Stadt Hamburg in the history of BAOR
  • Iserlohn  ( 1 items )
    This category details all that is known on the role of Iserlohn in the history of BAOR
  • Royal Artillery incl RHA  ( 1 items )
    This category details all Royal Artillery units serving in BAOR.
  • Sennelager  ( 1 items )
    All that is held on Sennelager
  • Equipments  ( 1 items )
    This category will detail the equipments used by and their impact on, the British Army of the Rhine
  • Personalities  ( 1 items )
    This category will detail what is known about persons who served with BAOR.
  • Units  ( 1 items )
    This category will cover Unit specific details with regard to the British Army of the Rhine
  • Paderborn  ( 1 items )
    This Category contains all that is held on Paderborn within the Context of BAOR.





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