Nine field regiments, two medium regiments, and three anti-tank regiments served in North Africa and Italy during the Second World War.
1st Medium Regiment SAA (SAHA) was formed briefly from 1 October 1939 - July 1941, when it was broken up in Egypt to provide replacements for the field regiments of the SAA. It was reformed with headquarters at Cape Town from 1 January 1946. It was transferred from Cape Town and out of Cape Command to Oudtshoorn from 31 December 1953, but was then disbanded after a Citizen Force reorganisation on 1 March 1960
Name: Layman, William Walter
Unit:HQ 4th Brigade Royal Marine Commando
Missing since: 01-11-1944
Next of Kin:
Groesbeek Panel: 11
KIA Information: Known to have been killed in Vlissingen/Walcheren area.
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