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Regiment Collection

"Regiment: Honoring the Legacy of Courage and Sacrifice" Step into the rich tapestry of history as we explore the profound significance of a regiment

Background imageRegiment Collection: Household Cavalry-Captain, 2nd Life Guards, 1900. Creator: Gregory & Co

Household Cavalry-Captain, 2nd Life Guards, 1900. Creator: Gregory & Co
Household Cavalry-Captain, 2nd Life Guards, 1900. 2nd Regiment of Life Guards was renamed 2nd Life Guards in 1877 and contributed to the Household Cavalry Composite Regiment in the Second Boer War

Background imageRegiment Collection: Parachute Regiment - Sergeant - 6th Airborne Division

Parachute Regiment - Sergeant - 6th Airborne Division

Background imageRegiment Collection: Catherine II of Russia in Life Guard Uniform on the horse Brillante, 1782

Catherine II of Russia in Life Guard Uniform on the horse Brillante, 1782. Creator: Vigilius Erichsen
Catherine II of Russia in Life Guard Uniform on the horse Brillante, 1782. Equestrian portrait of Catherine the Great in the uniform of the Preobrazhensky Regiment

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. The Battle in the Rosefields at Minden, 1759, (1939)

The Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. The Battle in the Rosefields at Minden, 1759, (1939). The Battle of Minden, 1 August 1759

Background imageRegiment Collection: Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, formed in 1968 from the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (top right), the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (bottom right)

Background imageRegiment Collection: Rifleman of 95th (Rifles) Regiment of Foot

Rifleman of 95th (Rifles) Regiment of Foot at the time of the Crimean War. This regiment became the Rifle Brigade which changed to the 3rd Green Jackets (The Rifle Brigade)

Background imageRegiment Collection: Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815

Scotland for Ever; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815
Scotland for Ever ; the charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, 18 June 1815. The attack by the Royal Scots Greys cavalry regiment on the French 45th infantry was immortalised in this famous painting

Background imageRegiment Collection: WW2 Poster -- Map of the British Army

WW2 Poster -- Map of the British Army
A Map of the British Army with Battle Honours, Military Achievements and Regimental Badges, first published in 1944 by HM Forces Savings Committee

Background imageRegiment Collection: Badges of Scottish Regiments - World War One

Badges of Scottish Regiments - World War One - Remember our Gallant Wounded Overseas and at the Dardanelles. Date: circa 1917

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Royal Logistic Corps

The Royal Logistic Corps. The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) was formed in 1993, by the union of the following British Army corps: Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Ordnance Corps

Background imageRegiment Collection: Kings Own Scottish Borderers

Kings Own Scottish Borderers - The uniform, reginemtal flags, crest and listings of International deployments are featured on this card. Date: 1913

Background imageRegiment Collection: Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, formed in 1968 from the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers (top right), the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (bottom right)

Background imageRegiment Collection: Battle of the Pyrenees, 1813

Battle of the Pyrenees, 1813. Watercolour by Richard Simkin. The 95th Rifles (now Rifle Brigade) Pyrenees, 1813. Associated with the Peninsular War (1808-1814). Date: 1813

Background imageRegiment Collection: Old Bill kneeling in front of the Cenotaph in Whitehall

Old Bill kneeling in front of the Cenotaph in Whitehall
His Pals - Fragments Copyright. Old Bill kneeling in front of the Cenotaph in Whitehall. Captain Bruce Bairnsfather, 1St Btn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment (1888-1959)

Background imageRegiment Collection: Michael O leary Poster

Michael O leary Poster
Recruitment poster from WWI encouraging men to join an Irish regiment and emulate the bravery of their fellow countryman, Sergeant Michael O Leary VC

Background imageRegiment Collection: Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC

Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC
Captain Noel G. Chavasse was Medical Officer to the 1/ 10th Battalion of the Kings Liverpool Regiment during the First World War

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. The Thin Red Line at Balaclava, 1854, (1939)

The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. The Thin Red Line at Balaclava, 1854, (1939). The Thin Red Line was a military action by the British Sutherland Highlanders 93rd (Highland)

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Staffordshire Regiment

The Staffordshire Regiment (Prince of Wales ) (or simply " Staffords" for short) was an infantry regiment of the British Army, part of the Prince of Wales Division

Background imageRegiment Collection: British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period

British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period
Recruitment poster, Join the Lancashire Fusiliers, 1920 (c). Printed by Gale and Polden Ltd, 1920 (c). Includes photographs of Victoria Cross winners from the regiment. Date: 1920

Background imageRegiment Collection: Royal Engineers - British Army Regiment on manoeuvres

Royal Engineers - British Army Regiment on manoeuvres - stopping for a rest during a route march Date: 1905

Background imageRegiment Collection: How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Creator

How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Creator
How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Playing the 7th Kings Own Scottish Borderers out of their trenches at the Battle of Loos in the midst of the gas attack

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Gordon Highlanders. How Piper Findlater won the V. C. at Dargai, 1897, (1939)

The Gordon Highlanders. How Piper Findlater won the V. C. at Dargai, 1897, (1939)
The Gordon Highlanders. How Piper Findlater won the V.C. at Dargai, 1897, (1939). The Storming of the Dargai Heights by the 1st Gordon Highlanders and the Gurkhas, 1897

Background imageRegiment Collection: Napoleonic Wars. Cuirassier. French Army. Heavy cavalry. Eng

Napoleonic Wars. Cuirassier. French Army. Heavy cavalry. Engraving. 1806

Background imageRegiment Collection: British Military Recruitment Poster, WWI

British Military Recruitment Poster, WWI
His Majestys Coldstream Guards, God Save the King. Chromolithograph recruitment poster after Ernest Ibbetson, 1914. Showing central group in various uniforms

Background imageRegiment Collection: Recruitment Poster - British Military 1900

Recruitment Poster - British Military 1900
THE BUFFS EAST KENT REGIMENT, 1900 (c). Poster, artist unknown, published for the Ministry of Defence, 1900 (c). Recruitment poster with uniform studies of soldiers from 1572 to 1896

Background imageRegiment Collection: British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period

British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period
Recruitment poster printed by Gale and Polden Limited, 1930 (c). Associated with the Duke of Cambridges Own Middlesex Regiment. Date: 1930

Background imageRegiment Collection: British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period

British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period
Recruitment poster printed by Gale and Polden Limited, 1920. Associated with the 12th Lancers (Prince of Wales s). Wanted, smart and intelligent young men to join this distinguished regiment

Background imageRegiment Collection: Men of the Black Watch in French village, WW1

Men of the Black Watch in French village, WW1
Men of the Black Watch regiment in a French village near the Western Front during World War One. They are taking part in a roll call before going into action. Date: circa 1916

Background imageRegiment Collection: Soldiers at Brynkinalt Colliery, 1912

Soldiers at Brynkinalt Colliery, 1912
Men of the 2nd Suffolk Regiment on duty at the Brynkinalt Colliery, Chirk. The soldiers (together with a contingent from the Shropshire Light Infantry and some police)

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Coldstream Guards taking over the Colour

The Coldstream Guards taking over the Colour
circa 1910s

Background imageRegiment Collection: Gravestone in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral

Gravestone in the Graveyard of Winchester Cathedral
Gravestone of Thomas Thetcher, a Grenadier in the North Regiment of the Hampshire Militia who died of a violent fever contracted by drinking Small Beer when hot on 12th May 1764

Background imageRegiment Collection: Steady the Drums and Fifes

Steady the Drums and Fifes, 1811. Colour photolithograph after Lady Butler, published 1960 (c). Associated with 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot, Battle of Albuera, 1811

Background imageRegiment Collection: British India - East Bengal - Barisal

British India - East Bengal - Barisal - Indian Army unit and the British Governor and his wife. Barisal fell under the Bengal Nawabs, then colonial British India

Background imageRegiment Collection: WW1 poster, Types of the British Army

WW1 poster, Types of the British Army, Dismounted Branches, showing the various uniforms. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageRegiment Collection: WW2 Poster -- Formation Signs

WW2 Poster -- Formation Signs
Formation signs, dated 8 May 1945. Chromolithograph poster, showing various formation signs of infantry and armoured divisions, brigades, groups, including Airborne TPS, GHQ Liaison Regiment

Background imageRegiment Collection: British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period

British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period
Recruitment poster printed by Gale and Polden Limited, 1929 (c). Associated with the Royal Sussex Regiment. Vacancies exist in this famous regiment for smart

Background imageRegiment Collection: 1st Battalion Cheshire Regiments regimental drum

1st Battalion Cheshire Regiments regimental drum
Original painting for the 1st Battalion Cheshire Regiments regimental drum showing 17 Battle Honours of the Regiment from Louisburg to Kut al Amara

Background imageRegiment Collection: East Yorkshire Regiment 1916

East Yorkshire Regiment 1916
The 10th East Yorkshire Regiment, known as the Hull Commercials, march to the trenches, near Doullens, northern France

Background imageRegiment Collection: Recruiting poster for the 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons

Recruiting poster for the 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons
Recruiting poster for the 7th (or The Queen?s Own) Regiment of (Light Dragoons), 1809.The 7th (or The Queen?s Own) Regiment of (Light Dragoons) had served in Sir John Moore

Background imageRegiment Collection: Winston Churchil visiting gun sites, England, 1944

Winston Churchil visiting gun sites, England, 1944
Winston Churchill visiting anti flying bomb defences in June 1944. Seen here at a gun battery in southern England. The caption on the back of the photograph reads, " The Prime Minister today

Background imageRegiment Collection: Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th Reg

Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th Reg
An action during the Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th (Rifle) Regiment acting as snipers, 1810 (c).Watercolour attributed to Denis Dighton

Background imageRegiment Collection: Recruitment poster - British Military

Recruitment poster - British Military
The Royal Munster Fusiliers, 101st and 104th Foot. The Cork, Limerick, Kerry & Clare Regiment. A few smart, respectable young men wanted. Chromolithograph recruitment poster after R Simkin, 1896

Background imageRegiment Collection: A group of Cameron Highlanders

A group of Cameron Highlanders
A group of Queens Own Cameron Highlanders

Background imageRegiment Collection: Austrian Kaiserjaeger soldier, WW1

Austrian Kaiserjaeger soldier, WW1
Austrian Kaiserjaeger (Tyrolean regiment) soldier during the First World War. He is wearing an Edelweiss flower in his cap. Date: 1914

Background imageRegiment Collection: The Queen reviews the Grenadier Guards

The Queen reviews the Grenadier Guards
At the tercentenary parade of the Grenadier Guards at Windsor, the Queen turns to speak to Colonel Sir Thomas Butler, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regiment. Date: 1956

Background imageRegiment Collection: Colonel Rollet, French Foreign Legion, France, WW1

Colonel Rollet, French Foreign Legion, France, WW1
Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Frederic Rollet (1875-1941), General in the French Foreign Legion, Regiment de Marche. Seen here during the First World War, probably at Verdun, northern France

Background imageRegiment Collection: EVCW2A-00080

EVCW2A-00080
Confederate charge up Little Round Top, held by the 20th Maine Regiment, Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th century illustration

Background imageRegiment Collection: 9th Hampshire Regiment in Vladivostock

9th Hampshire Regiment in Vladivostock
The 9th (Cyclist) Battalion of the Hampshire Regiment march through the streets of Vladivostock, about to set off for Omsk in Siberia



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"Regiment: Honoring the Legacy of Courage and Sacrifice" Step into the rich tapestry of history as we explore the profound significance of a regiment. From the gallant Royal Regiment of Fusiliers to the valiant charge of Scots Greys at Waterloo, these tales resonate with bravery. In World War II, a poster displaying a map of the British Army reminded us that unity is strength. Scotland for Ever. The indomitable spirit echoed through time, exemplified by Rifleman from 95th (Rifles) Regiment of Foot who fearlessly faced adversity. The badges proudly worn by Scottish Regiments during World War One symbolized unwavering loyalty and resilience. Their commitment mirrored that exhibited by The Royal Logistic Corps in their tireless efforts to support troops on every front. As we delve deeper into history's annals, we witness pivotal moments like the Battle of Pyrenees in 1813 when courage clashed against insurmountable odds. Old Bill kneeling before the Cenotaph in Whitehall reminds us to never forget those who made ultimate sacrifices for our freedom. The Kings Own Scottish Borderers stand tall among legends, embodying honor and valor throughout their storied existence. Michael O'Leary's iconic poster serves as an enduring reminder that even amidst chaos, hope prevails. Within this vast realm lies another tale etched forever in memory - how Piper Findlater won his Victoria Cross at Dargai in 1897. This extraordinary feat resonates with heroism and inspires generations to come. Finally, let us pay tribute once more to the distinguished Royal Regiment of Fusiliers whose legacy continues to shape our present-day understanding of duty and service. In each chapter unveiled within this captivating journey through time, one truth remains evident - they are not merely entities but living embodiments of courage, sacrifice, and unwavering dedication towards preserving liberty for all humanity.