14th Hussars Campaigns

From the time of it being raised by Dormer, it has taken part in the following campaigns, those highlighted were awarded to the 14th Hussars as Battle Honours and link to those campaigns.

1715

Formation of the Regiment.

Raised in South Britain by Brigadier-General James Dormer.

Engaged with the rebels at Preston in Lancashire. 

1716

Proceeded into Lincolnshire.

1717 

Embarked for Ireland.

1742

Return to Great Britain.

1745

Advanced to Edinburgh. 

Engaged with the rebels at Prestonpans. (The Jacobite Rebellion of the Young Pretender).

1746

Returned to Scotland

Victory at Culloden

Rebellion Suppressed 

1747

Returned to Ireland

1751

Clothing, Appointments, and Guidons regulated by Royal Warrant of King George II

1768

Clothing, Appointments, and Guidons regulated by Royal Warrant of King George III

 

 

 

1794 – 1795: Two Troops only in the French Revolutionary Wars in Holland and Belgium.

1795 – 1797: Seven Troops in San Domingo

1808 – 1814: Peninsular War (Douro, Talavera, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees and Orthes

1814 – 1815: Four Troops in the war with the United States of America

1843 – 1845: Two Squadrons in the South Mahratta (India) campaign

1848 – 1849: Second Sikh War (Ramnuggar and Chillianwala)

1857: Persian War

1857 – 1859: Indian Mutiny

1881: First Boer War

1899 – 1902: South African War (Ladysmith and Boar War)

1915 – 1918: Great War – Mesopotamia

1918: Persia

 


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