ⓘ Erskine Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Erskine Barracks

The site, which had been used by the United States Army as a field base during World War II, was acquired by the British Army for use as a headquarters for Southern Command in 1949. Named after General Sir George Erskine, the barracks went on to become the headquarters of Army Strategic Command in 1968 which was renamed UK Land Forces in 1972 Land Command in 1995. On 1 April 2008 Land Command amalgamated with Headquarters Adjutant General under Project Hyperion and became Land Forces. Land Forces moved from Erskine Barracks to the former RAF Andover site now known as Marlborough Lines on 23 June 2010. The Erskine Barracks site was sold to housebuilder Redrow in March 2013.

                                     
  • the Second World War. HQ Southern Command left the Camp and moved to Erskine Barracks near Fugglestone St Peter in 1949. The Military Hospital closed in
  • General Graves Blanchard Erskine June 28, 1897  May 21, 1973 was a United States Marine Corps officer who led the 3rd Marine Division during the Battle
  • Royal Naval Barracks Chatham also known as HMS Pembroke was a naval barracks built between the Victorian Steam Yard and Brompton Barracks between 1897
  • headquarters of the National Army. Erskine Childers, a leading Fenian revolutionary, was executed at the barracks on 24 November 1922 after conviction
  • the new housing estate being built on the former and adjacent MOD Erskine Barracks site, and will offer a shuttle bus service to the World Heritage Site
  • Robert Erskine Childers DSC 25 June 1870 24 November 1922 universally known as Erskine Childers ˈɜːrskɪn ˈtʃɪldərz was a British - born Irish writer
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  • to Erskine Barracks near Fugglestone St Peter in Wiltshire in 1949. In 1968, a new command Army Strategic Command was formed at Erskine Barracks largely
  • Dr James Robert Erskine - Murray FRSE MIEE 1868 - 1927 was a Scottish electrical engineer and inventor. A protege of Lord Kelvin ha also worked with Marconi
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  • yacht. She was owned by the English - born writer and Irish nationalist Erskine Childers and his wife Molly Childers. She is most noted for her use in