I think he must be an officer in the Signals from the Whitby area of North Yorkshire as the first page has 9th January 1940 and the place name being Royal Hotel Whitby. The writer talks about the Expeditionary Force, Goathland, farewell Whitby, Catterick, Corbridge on Tyne, Hexham, SS. Sticky mud of the monsoon inching their way down for the infantry and overcoming the Japanese Bunkers one by one at heavy cost of lives. Douglas Jack and I went together to Bombay off again on the road to Mandalay?
There are loose photographs, Royal Signals embossed badge on the letters and newspaper clippings too. A typed military official sheet of paper which is rubber stamped with the word URGENT at the top. 3 OPERATORS TRAINING BATTALION 3 OTB /246/2. Then gives 4 officers names and their numbers and then it says the above mentioned have been alloted vacancies at 152nd O. CATTERICK CAMP from Jan 41 Royal Signals Telegrams...
It then gives an itinerary of what they will be doing etc. In collectable condition with signs of age and use wear, mostly around the edges and corners of the cover. The spine is damaged near the top. Please see pictures for more details. 8 inches x 5 inches.
Once an item is the in the postal system any delays are out of my cont rol. See the date it was sent. The item "1940-1944 WWII Royal Signals Diary Journal Yorkshire Imphal Japanese #H2" is in sale since Saturday, November 23, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Other World War II Militaria". The seller is "diggerlee" and is located in Yorkshire.
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