At foot of leaf: War Office, 1909.
|Other titles||Malta government gazette.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. War Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (p.) ;|
The general peace that followed the Battle of Waterloo was the cause of sweeping changes in the constitution of the local Forces. The Provincials, the Veterans and the Malta Coast Artillery were all disbanded and their place was taken by an infantry regiment called The Royal Malta Fencible Regiment, a force that rendered excellent service up to when the Regiment - as a mark of royal. Most of them, mainly in their 20s, had joined the Royal Malta Artillery (RMA) in to get a regular income. They came from all over Malta and Gozo and some of them could not even sign. In , The Royal Malta Artillery (RMA) consisted of one regiment of all ranks, commanded by a lieutenant-colonel. By the spring of it had expanded to two coast defence regiments, two. Trial of Captain Thomas Atchison of the Royal Artillery, by a General Court Martial at Malta: In Consequence of Having Requested to be Exonerated from Firing Patteraro Salutes and Tolling a Roman Catholic Bell for the Church and Image Rites of Roman Catholic Priests: with an Appendix Describing Those Rites : with Official Documents on the Subject.
In the Royal Malta Fencible Artillery was renamed as the Royal Malta Artillery. The removal of 'fencible' from the previous title was done in honour of the service carried out in . The Royal Malta Artillery shared with the Royal Artillery the distinction of having shot down no less than enemy aircraft during that month alone; it was on the 3rd of that month that HM King George VI assumed the title of Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Malta Artillery, and on the 15th he awarded the George Cross to the people of Malta. Originally based in the Royal Arsenal, beginning in the regiment was rehoused in the Royal Artillery Barracks on Woolwich Common. A major innovation in was the establishment of the Royal Horse Artillery, designed to provide mobile fire support for cavalry units. The same year saw the foundation of the Corps of Royal Artillery Drivers to provide transport for the artillery. The Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) was a corps of the British its renaming as a Royal Corps in it was both a supply and repair corps. In the supply area it had responsibility for weapons, armoured vehicles and other military equipment, ammunition and clothing and certain minor functions such as laundry, mobile baths and photography.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery". The Corps of Royal Engineers, usually just called the Royal Engineers (RE), and commonly known as the Sappers, is a corps of the British provides military engineering and other technical support to the British Armed Forces and is headed by the Chief Royal Regimental Headquarters and the Royal School of Military Engineering are in Chatham in Kent, England. The Royal Malta Artillery was set up on 15 th March , with the specific aim of manning the guns around the Grand Harbour, which apart from being the point of connection with the rest of the world, was also important as a base for the Royal Navy. In time, more roles were created to cater for the great advances in the science of warfare, especially during WW1, so that by the beginning of WW2. Boy Philip BUSUTTIL, 1st Heavy Regiment Royal Malta Artillery killed aged Son of Joseph and Francesca Busuttil, of Birkirkara. At rest in Addolorata Cemetery, Malta. Gunner Loreto CACHIA, Royal Malta Artillery killed Son of .