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1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers: winners of the All India (Calcutta) Rugby Challenge Cup, 19171st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers: winners of the All India (Calcutta) Rugby Challenge Cup, 1917A letter written with his left hand by Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, 12 January 1919 (incorrectly dated 1918), to his Company Commander [page 1 of 2]A letter written with his left hand by Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, 12 January 1919 (incorrectly dated 1918), to his Company Commander [page 1 of 2]
Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, the most decorated Welsh First World War soldier, 12 February 1924Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, the most decorated Welsh First World War soldier, 12 February 1924Former Company Sergeant Major Jack Williams and former Private John Williams outside the Guard Room, Brecon Barracks at the Comrades' Reunion, 15 May 1932Former Company Sergeant Major Jack Williams and former Private John Williams outside the Guard Room, Brecon Barracks at the Comrades' Reunion, 15 May 1932
Two field messages sent to the 1st Battalion of the South Wales Borderers after the start of the Somme offensive in July 1916Two field messages sent to the 1st Battalion of the South Wales Borderers after the start of the Somme offensive in July 1916Field message sent by the Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers, during the first battle of Ypres, October 1914Field message sent by the Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers, during the first battle of Ypres, October 1914