Arbury Park, Nuneaton WWII Camping Ground & ATS Camp (camp capacity 3,200 personnel) (K7909)

Birmingham WWI 1st Southern General Hospital

Birmingham, King Edward School WWII US Army Camp

Birmingham, Moseley School
WWI Army Barracks

Birmingham, Drill Hall, Thorpe Street
WWII Birmingham & South Staffs Sub-Area HQ

Bromsgrove WWII Military Hospital

Coventry, Warwick Road WWII Warwickshire & Coventry Sub-Area HQ

Edgbaston, Waterworks Road WWI RFC No.5 Stores Distributing Park

Ettington Park, Stratford WWII Army Camp, later PoW

Hampton-in-Arden WWII AMWD Repair Depot

Stoneleigh Deer Park WWII US Army 16th Station Military Hospital. Now Business Village

Lapworth, Hill House WWII Warwickshire Sub-District HQ

Leamington, 39 Kenilworth Road WWII Central Midland Area HQ

Long Marston WWII RE Depot (SP 88 41)

Marlborough Farm, Kineton WWII Army Camp associated with Army Ammunition Depot. Later PoW (SP 3751) Merevale Hall, Atherstone WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 1,550 personnel) (K7217)

Moreton Hall, Friz Hill, Butlers Marston, Wellesbourne Hall WWII Belgian and Czech Army Camps (camp capacity 1,400 personnel)
(P7575, P7473, P7770, & P7275)

Packington Hall, Solihull WWII US Army Camp (camp capacity 4,490 personnel) (K6604)

Stoneleigh Park, Coventry WWII RE HAA Training Camp & US Military Hospital

Stratford on Avon (9 ITW)
WWII RAF No.9 Initial Training Wing

Sutton Coldfield (AAF number n/a WWII US Army 890th Army Postal Unit, 891st Army Postal Unit (camp capacity 400 personnel). This may be Riland Bedford, at Redicap Heath

Sutton Coldfield, St George’s Barracks, Rectory Road Post WWII. Former RAF Balloon Depot. Now housing estate and Defence Estates offices

Sutton Coldfield, Sutton Park Camp Used from late 19th century. WWI camp for ‘Birmingham Pals’ and for wounded soldiers. WWII – Home Guard training

Walton Hall WWII Summer Camp (camp capacity 1,302 personnel) (P7372)

Warwick, Budbrooke Barracks Built 1877. Warwickshire Regiment. WWII Basic Training Barracks. Demolished c.1966 – now the village of Hampton Magna.