4th City of London Regiment (The Royal Fusiliers) [UK]
Authors and Contributors this page: T.F. Mills
Page created 15 July 2000. Corrected and updated 04.04.2005
 
 
4th City of London Regiment
(The Royal Fusiliers)
1860-1961
 
United Kingdom 
  Titles & Lineage
  History & War Service
  Battle Honours
  Colours, Standards and Guidons

  Badges and Uniforms
  Colonels
 Traditions
 Bibliography

Note: This is a battalion history of the part-time reserves, which are normally liable for full-time active service only in an emergency. See the main regimental page(s) as linked below for more information.
How to find information about individuals who served in this corps
 
  Titles and Lineage English County Index
Alphabetic Index of Titles
1860 2nd Tower Hamlets Rifle Volunteer Corps
1867 1st Tower Hamlets Rifle Volunteer Corps
1881 9th Volunteer Battalion, The Rifle Brigade
1892 8th Volunteer Battalion, The Rifle Brigade
1904 4th Volunteer Battalion, The Royal Fusiliers
1908.04.01 4th (City of London) Battalion, The London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)
1916.07.07 transferred to the corps of The Royal Fusiliers
1922 4th City of London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)
1935 60th (City of London) Anti-Aircraft Brigade, RA
1939 60th (City of London) Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA
1940 60th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA (City of London)
1947.04.01 460th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA (City of London)
reconstituted in T.A. with HQ at Catford
1955.03.10 R Battery (4th City of London), 265th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA
battery formed at Catford by amalgamation of 460 HAA Regt with 265 (8th London) HAA Regt, and 567 (M) LAA/SL Regt, and 569 (The Queen's Own) (M) LAA/SL Regt
1961.02.10 Q (London) Battery, 265th Regiment, RA
old 265 LAA Regt reduced to one bty at Foots Cray, Eltham, London, upon amalgamation with 458 (Kent) LAA Regt (less one bty), and 570 LAA Regt (First Surrey Rifles), and 4th Londons lineage discontinued)
  History (Links) & War Service Introduction to Volunteers
History:
The London Regiment, by Chris Baker (The British Army in the Great War)
The London Regiment, by Brad Chappell (The Regimental Warpath 1914-1918)
60 (City of London) HAA Rgt RA(TA), by Derek Barton (The Royal Artillery 1939-45)
   
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  Battle Honours Index of Battle Honours
Index of Wars

South Africa 1900

The Great War (4 battalions):  Neuve Chappelle, Ypres 1915 '17, St. Julien, Festubert 1915, Somme 1916 '18, Albert 1916 '18, Guillemont, Ginchy, Flers-Courcelette, Morval, Le Transloy, Arras 1917 '18, Scarpe 1917 '18, Bullecourt, Langemarck 1917, Menin Road, Passchendaele, Cambrai 1917 '18, St. Quentin, Villers Bretonneux, Amiens, Bapaume 1918, Hindenburg Line, Canal du Nord, Valenciennes, Sambre, France and Flanders 1915-18, Gallipoli 1915-16, Egypt 1916

  Colours, Standards and Guidons Introduction to Colours
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  Uniforms and Badges
   
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  Honorary Colonels Index of Royal Colonels
1886.07.24 Lt-Gen. George Hay Moncrieff, VD [also Col. Royal Scots]
1918.10.16 Rt. Hon. H.B. (Marshall), Baron Marshall, KCVO
1936.09.16 Lt-Col. Sir Leslie T. Burnett, Bt., OBE, TD
  Traditions
 
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  Bibliography How To Find Books
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