Raised in Victoria in 1940, the 4th Anti-Tank Regiment saw action on the Malayan peninsula. Stationed at Singapore in February 1942, most of the unit became prisoners of war when the fortress fell to the Japanese. One battery was still serving in Australia at the time and would go on to help defend Darwin and northern Australia.
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Reviewed 14 October 2020