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HISTORY OF THE EAST RIDING YEOMANRY: D-Day to V.E. Day

by Paul Mace

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Great history of this Yeomanry regiment from the Fall of France, through the return to NW Europe. Based on mostly first hand accounts and written by a former member of the regiment. ( )
  LouieD | May 14, 2009 |
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The East Riding Yeomanry went to France in 1940 with outmoded light tanks and many were captured while covering the retreat to Dunkirk. Back in England the reconstituted regiment was equipped with mine-clearing Shermans and other specialized tanks, which were used in the D-Day landings and the advance through France and Germany.

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