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The letters, which start in 1952 but stop suddenly in 1955, highlight their determination to keep their relationship alive despite living over 400 miles apart in London and in Oldenberg, Germany, where Ron was serving with the British Army of the Rhine.
My lucky nd of the day was a 30" photo frame which turned out to be this photo of the Headquarters 1/4 Battalion e Cheshire Regiment British Army of the Rhine, dated August 1919.
Happily, we were posted to the British Army of the Rhine, in my case, to 282 (Welsh) Field Company, RE, in the 63rd (Welsh) Division.
In 1992 he took command of the British Army of the Rhine and in 1997 became Chief of the General Staff.
As a young officer he spent the majority of his time commanding tank troops in the British Army of the Rhine and with UK Special Forces.
All were engraved with his name, rank and serial number and included a distinguished conduct medal from service in Malaya and Burma, a British Army of the Rhine medal and a North Africa medal with Libya and Egypt bars.
He gained vast experience in Britain and abroad in all facets of the weather with civil airports at Edinburgh, London Heathrow and Wick, with the RAF at Lossiemouth, Kinloss, with the British Army of the Rhine for eight years in Germany.
David Hawkings, who retired from the AWE two years ago, said the "Blue Peacock" mines were to be left buried or submerged by the British Army of the Rhine.