The Royal Marines
A Geo History 1664 to Present
Resources, References and Links
The Royal Marines are without a museum, their story hidden from view. After being deemed no longer fit for purpose and with collections at risk, the old museum in Eastney closed in 2017. Since then, the National Museum of the Royal Navy has been working towards creating a new Royal Marines Museum at the heart of the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, placing the singular history of the Corps in its rightful place within the wider story of the Royal Navy.
On the occasion of the Royal Marines 350th Birthday perhaps it is worth listing some of their achievements. This booklet takes the form of a day by day diary covering the variety of tasks they have undertaken. A few dates are chosen to show the diversity of the tasks undertaken and the variety of locations where marines have served. E. J.Sparrow
Download this free ppt, from 1664 until present day, great for Cadets, general interest or RM recruit revision!
In preparing this Record I have consulted, wherever possible, the original reports, Battalion War and other Diaries, accounts in Globe and Laurel, etc. H E BLUMBERG Devonport January, 1934
This website reflects 47 RM Commando as it served in WW2 from its formation in August 1943 until disbandment in January 1946, the battles they fought, and the commemorations which are annually held with its veterans, family and friends.
1982 Special - Falklands War (Royal Marines Charity Archive)
Globe and Laurel D Day 50th Anniversary 1994
Lessons learned and an Amphibious instructional film made prior to the Allied invasion of Sicily in July 1943.
Globe and Laurel Nov - Dec 2000
The purpose of this website is to provide reference information and research material for those interested in the Royal Marines. Enter text in the box below to search the entire web site. You'll be able to then choose between documents and images.
An attempt to record every single day of the Royal Marines history including a unique 'Historical Time Line'.
Hundreds of thousands of visits each year to 200 web pages & 4000 photos. The Website has been published & hosted by Geoff Slee since 2000. Around 40 D-Day Stories by veterans of the Navy, Army, Air Force and Marines who served in or alongside Combined Operations
the history of 30 Assault Unit disbanded in 1946, reformed in 2010 as 30 Commando Information Exploitation Group (30 Cdo IXG RM)
From website author, Chris Baker I am very pleased to welcome you to the Long, Long Trail, my site dedicated to helping you discover the British army and its soldiers of the First World War.
The story of Jack Clegg & Barnsley's Royal Marines volunteers in the Royal Naval Division during WW1
A Corps of Great Traditions - First published in The Mexborough & Swinton Times, August 21st 1915. Its publishing coincided with RMLI arrival on the Gallipoli Peninsula by E. CHARLES VIVIAN
reserving naval history research and memoirs ..... making contemporary accounts more readily available
Online articles from this famous World War Two magazine. Some articles have already been added, others will be added in the future. See for a index of magazines and expected articles our volume index. There is also a list of categories available.
Royal Marines Landing Craft of WWII
Royal Marines History & Traditional Facts - Cadet Precis Colour Sergeant (SCC) G D Robinson