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32 Regiment Batteries

22 (Gibraltar 1779-83) Battery

Gibraltar 1779-83 Battery

22 Battery won it's Battle Honour during the great siege of Gibraltar 1779 to 1783.

The garrison, about 7000 men, faced the constant hazards of disease and starvation, withstood successive attacks from fire ships, heavy bombardment and battering ships, an enemy, which numbered over 40,000. The morale of the Garrison was sustained throughout by the commanders unremitting and resolute handling of the rock’s defence.

18 (Quebec 1759) Battery

Quebec 1759 Battery

Formed at Woolwich on the 1st January 1759, equipped with the six pounder guns, as one of two Companies raised to capture the city of Quebec.

The force assembled at Louisburg, successfully navigating the uncharted St Lawrence River led by James Cook.
The artillery bombardment of Quebec began, the 2 British field guns held their own against the French.

Regarded as one of the most significant battles in British history.


57 (Bhurtpore) Battery

Bhurtpore Battery

The battery marched on the city of Bhurtpore breaching the city walls and storming the inner citadel.

They fought in the action at Maharajpore, in the Gwalior campaign and were present at the Battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah and Sobraon during the campaign in Sutlej in the First Sikh War.

In 1876, the battery was posted back to the UK and awarded the title of 'Bhurtpore' to commemorate the battle and 150 years of service

46 (Talavera) Headquarters Battery

Talavera Battery

The battery was deployed with the Duke of Wellington to defend Britain’s partner, the Portuguese against an attack by Napoleon’s Army.  The battery gained its Honour title during The Battle of Talavera,
Deployed as part of an Army comprising of approximately 54,000 men and 30 guns and being out numbered 2-1 and taking severe casualties, the Allies successfully forced the French forces to retreat.

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