125 (Northumbrian) Anti-Tank Regiment RA (TA) was converted from 125 Field Regiment in July 1940, with four batteries. The Regiment was captured at Singapore in February 1942 and not reformed. 125 (Northumbrian) Anti-Tank Regiment RA (TA) was reconstituted as 325 (Durham) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA (TA) in January 1947.
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|Jul 40||Formed from 125 Field Regiment|
|Jul 40||18 Infantry Division||Norfolk, UK|
|Dec 40||18 Infantry Division||Scotland|
|Mar 41||18 Infantry Division||Gourock, Renfrew, Scotland|
The regiment embarked on P&O ship Strathaird for Middle East. Returned to port after 10 days for repairs. Regiment disembarked and employed fire watching in Glasgow. Later moved to Liverpool to aid in Civil Defence.
|Jun 41||Home Forces
The regiment re-equipped
|Middlewich, Cheshire, UK|
28 Oct 41 – Embarked S.S. Oronsay at Avonmouth. Arrived Halifax, Nova Scotia 8 Nov and transferred to US troopship Dickman. Arrived Bombay on 27 Dec via Trinidad and Capetown.
|Dec 41||18 Infantry Division||India|
|Feb 42||18 Infantry Division||Malaya|
The regiment was on the Empress of Asia when it was sunk near Singapore on 5 Feb 42. The survivors then fought as infantry but with one troop of 2 pdr guns. Captured at Singapore.
|Jul 40||A, B, C, D|
|Jul 40||2 pdr Guns|