ROYAL MALTA ARTILLERY: Major Victor D'Ugo (1936)

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ROYAL MALTA ARTILLERY: Major Victor D'Ugo (1936)

  1. 1. 3/11 Regt. RMA(T) Major Victor HugH D’ugo, ED 30.5.1917 – 11.12.1971 Major D’Ugo had long connexions with the Services, including active service in Spain in 1936 and later in Palestine. On the formation of 11 HAA Regt RMA(T) in September 1939, he enlisted into the new unit, and was commissioned in 1941. During the height of the blitzes he saw active service in various Heavy Anti-Aircraft positions, including Delimara and Hompesch. In October 1952, Major D’Ugo was commissioned in 3 LAA Regt RMA(T) and he finally retired from the Malta Territorial Force in 1963.
  2. 2. 3/11 Regt. RMA(T) Updated 4 March 2014 alexabela3@gmail.com
  3. 3. “3/11 PDF” Library: 1. Royal Malta Artillery 1800-1970.pdf 2. The Birth and Demise of a Regiment(1941).pdf 3. Memories of 11th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment(1951).pdf 4. 3/11 Regt. RMA(T) in the Infantry role(1967).pdf 5. Major Victor D'Ugo(1936).pdf 6. Major Louis Radmilli.pdf 7. Last of the Bofors.pdf 8. Sgt Alfred Aquilina(1940).pdf 9. Sgt. Francis Xerri(1940).pdf 10. Ftit Ritratti min Francalanza.pdf 11. Bofors Heritage.pdf 12. 3/11 Regiment at Sports.pdf.

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