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Posted by: InvictaJ26
« on: October 22, 2013, 13:16:11 »

I wonder if anyone can help me please?

I have found a number of posts which help identify the different home Guard units that operated in the county but I am trying to find images of the different insignia they would have worn.
I have found a two tone diamond which was worn by the Post Office unit and I think a lot of the units adopted the West and East Kent cap badges as worn by the Regular Army units for each area.

Any help will be very much appreciated as I am creating some 6th scale figures and would like to have one represent each unit (where possible) denoted by their unit insignia in addition to their Home Guard shoulder flashes.


Many thanks,
Bernard
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