Churchill's British Resistance - The Auxiliary Units


Washington Auxiliary Unit Patrol

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Thank you for selecting information on the Washington Auxiliary Unit Patrol and their Operational Base in County Durham. The info and images below have been supplied by CART's Northumberland CIO Stephen Lewins.

Spring 1941

Sgt. J. Robson      Washington Station.
Cpl. R. Davison     Washington.
Pte. W. Snowdon  Washington.
Pte.G. Walker       Washington.
Pte. J. Marshall     North Biddick.
Pte. T. Richardson New Washington.
Pte. J. Davison      Fatfield

 The O.B. was somewhere in woodland close to Lambton Castle to the south of Fatfield in Washington.

 Currently unknown.

Currently unknown.

Unknown, but it is assumed that they would have access to the “standard” Auxiliary weapons of a Browning Automatic Rifle, a Thompson Machine Gun and two Enfield rifles.

Nothing currently.

 Currently unknown.

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