bcarleton Posted 13 December , 2011 Share Posted 13 December , 2011 I am trying to trace the formation and movements of 152 Heavy Battery RGA of which my grandfather was a bombadier and driver until his demob in 1919. He first enlisted 1912 in Territorial Force. I don't know when he first went to the Western Front and would like to find out. Service record was destroyed in a fire so no luck there. My current theory is that there may have been a 'Territorial RGA unit that later became 152 Heavy Battery' and was made a part of the 2nd Canadian Heavy Artillery in the order of battle (at least in 1917 according to the Long Long Trail). Any clues that could be offered by readers as to whether this theory sounds feasible would be appreciated. Anything that could help me connect the dot between grandfather's enlistment in 1912 and 152 Heavy RGA in ARRAS in 1917 would be extremely helpful. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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