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WT4 Welsh Horsed Transport


Arnhem44

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Could anybody shed some light on the above topic, I recently purchased medals to a driver who served in WT4 but am finding it very hard to find information on them.

Kind regards

Brendan

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WT4 is an ASC prefix. Its exact meaning is unclear. I had thought that it meant a Welshman who had enlisted in the horse transport part of the ASC. The "4" may have referred to the Fourth New Army. However Howard has suggested that the "W" refers to water transport. Clearly, more research into the meaning of this prefix is needed.

All the best,

Gary

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Thanks everyone for your replies. I checked the Long Long Trail and found the prefix WT4 listed there which it says is for the Welsh Horsed Transport but can't find any info on these men. His details are as follows from a pair of medals recently purchased WT4/069931 Driver Thomas J. Williams A.S.C. . His medal card shows he was only entitled to the pair.

Kind regards

Brendan

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