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The 181st Field Regiment, Royal Artillery ('The Shropshire Gunners') was a unit of the Royal Artillery, raised by the British Army during World War II. First raised as infantry of the 6th Battalion, King's Shropshire Light Infantry from the Welsh Borders, it was converted to the field artillery role, serving in a Scottish formation in the North West Europe campaign in which it was the first British field artillery regiment to cross the Rhine and Elbe rivers.
|6th Bn, King's Shropshire Light Infantry|
181st Field Regiment, Royal Artillery
|Active||1 March 1942 – 9 January 1946|
|Part of||15th (Scottish) Infantry Division|
|Nickname(s)||"The Shropshire Gunners"|
|Sir Otway Herbert|