Churchill's 'secret army' could join Remembrance services
EAST YORKSHIRE: Churchill's "secret army" from the Second World War could soon be taking their place alongside other veterans in Remembrance services.
The Auxiliary Units were a band of men trained to fight and kill German soldiers, should the Nazis have ever invaded England.
There were several units in East Yorkshire, including ones based near Rise and Beverley.
Now the Coleshill Auxiliary Research Team (Cart), including Hull based-member Andy Gwynne, is campaigning for the Auxiliary Units to be included in the Cenotaph march-past in central London.
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Cart founder Tom Sykes said: "As a country, we are rightly proud each November as veterans from the huge variety of units and regiments march past the Cenotaph.
"However, this just highlights the injustice of the Auxiliary Units exclusion and we are determined this should be rectified."
Cart is calling for members of the public to write to the Royal British Legion and offer their support to the campaign.
Visit www.coleshillhouse.com/march-at-the-cenotaph-campaign.php for details.