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Regulations for the Territorial Army and for County Associations 1952. [Reprint of the Regulations authorized by Order of Her Majesty the Queen dated 27th September 1952. Amendments number 1-69 are incorporated therein.]
Deckel etwas berieben, Kanten stellenweise beschabt, Ecken teilweise bestoßen, Seiten etwas nachgedunkelt, Seiten teilweise mit kleineren Knickspuren, kurze Bleistift-Notiz auf dem Titelblatt, ansonsten keine Notizen oder Anstreichungen, alles in allem ordentliches Exemplar. Contents: - Part I. Territorial Army. - - Order by Her Majesty. - - Regulations. - - Section I. Organization and Establishments. - - Section II. Duties of Commanders and Staff, etc. - - Section III. Officers: Appointment, Precedence, Promotion, Retirement, etc. - - Sectin IV. Men: Recruiting, Enlistment, Promotion, Re-engagement, Transfer and Discharge. - - Section V. Permanent Staff: Appointment and Duties. - - Sechtin VI. Discipline, Courts-Martial, Boards of Inquiry, etc. - - Section VII. Training. - - Section VIII. General Duties. - - Section IX. Ceremonial. - - Section X. Uniform, Equipment, Decorations and Medals, etc. - - Section XI. Finance. - - Section XII. Finance of Embodiment. - - Section XIII. Correspondence, Forms and Books, etc. - Part II. County Associations. - - I. Introductory. - - II. Funds for Administration, etc. - - III. Miscellaneous. - - IV. Expenditure and Administration of Funds. - - V. Association Accounts. - Index (A-Y). -Appendices. - - I. Regulations for the Territorial Army Reserve of Officers. - - II. Chain of Command. - - III. Channels of Communication. - - IV. Subjects of Correspondence and Authority to whom submitted. - - V. Commissions The National Service List, Territorial Army. - - VI. Regulations for Queen Alexandras Royal Army Nursing Corps. - - VII. Training for all Units. - - VIII. Courses which may count in lieu of Annual Camp. - - IX. Instructions on the use of Transport by the Territorial Army, Accidents, Claims, Licensing, etc. - - X. Instructions regarding National Insurance Contributions during Territorial Army Annual Training, etc. - - XI. Arrangements to be made for the Attendence of Chaplains to the Forces, Territorial Army, at Camp. - - XII. Arrangements for the Conveyance of Territorial Army Personnel and Stores. - - XIII. Reports and Returns. - - XIV. Age Limits for Discharge. - - XV. Special Regulations applicable to Officers appointed to serve with the Officers Training Corps. - - XVI. Instructions regarding Accounts to be kept by Units of the Territorial Army on Embodiment. - - XVII. Acqusition of Land for Military Purposes Military Lands Acts, 1892-1903. - - XVIII. Instructions for the acquisition of land and the construction of, alteration to, and maintenance of buildings. - - XIX. Regulations for The Efficiency Decoration. - - XX. Regulations for The Efficiency Medal. - - XXI. Age Limits for enlistment. - - XXII. T.A. Officers on Consolidated Rates of Pay, Terms and conditions of Service. - - XXIII. Relationship between units of the T.A. and units of the A.C.F. - - XXIV. Territorial Army Enlistment Regulations, 1956. - - XXV. The Territorial Army Reserve Regulations, 1958. Beigabe: Amendments No. 70 - No. 104 (1959-1963). Wikipedia über die Territorial Army: The Territorial Army (TA) is the spare-time volunteer force of the British Army. With around 35,500 members, the TA forms about a quarter of the overall manpower strength of the British Army. TA members regularly volunteer to serve overseas on operations, either with TA units, or as individuals attached to regular units. Over one thousand TA soldiers are deployed overseas on operations each year. The highest ranking Territorial is Major-General Greg Smith TD who is Assistant Chief of the Defence Staff (Reserves and Cadets). Its original purpose was home defence although the establishment of the Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve in 1967 involved a restructuring and revised doctrine leading to provision of routine support for the regular army overseas. Reservists in the past also served as constables or bailiffs, even holding positions of civic duty as overseer of their parish. The more modern Yeomen of the 18th century were cavalry-based units, which were often used to suppress riots such as the infamous Peterloo Massacre. The Territorial Army was created in 1908 by the Secretary of State for War, Richard Haldane, when the Territorial and Reserve Forces Act 1907 combined the previously civilian-administered Volunteer Force, with the Militia and Yeomanry. Most Volunteer infantry units had unique identities, but lost these in the reorganisation, becoming Territorial battalions of Regular Army infantry regiments. Some, notably the London Regiment, Glasgow Highlanders and Liverpool Scottish maintained a separate identity. Several units that are now part of the TA bear the title "militia", reflecting their origins as part of that organisation prior to the formation of the TA.
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