The Colonel and the OC of the Berlin Armoured Squadron used to have a Hawk on the bonnet of their car. Today I came across some images of the Hawk that used to be used, which I thought would be a good addition to the website.
A very old card about the 14th Hussars
Drawing of the uniforms worn by the 14th Hussars in and around 1899
Here are some Forks which formerly belonged to the Sergeant’s Mess of the 14th (King’s) Hussars
A 14th Hussar in Dress 1891
It is a converted 20th Hussars Collar Badge, it was converted in order for it to be worn as a sweetheart brooch.
A 14th Hussar on Drum Horse King Edward VII which was presented by His Majesty King Edward VII to the regiment on their return from South Africa in 1904 whilst stationed at Aldershot.
14th Hussar on his horse
Just been reading more about the 14th (King’s) Hussars and came across an old song they sang during the Peninsular War: Beaten backward in the press Reeled the Old Fourteenth And in triumph shrill arose The yell of the triumphant foes, As where the British Lion flew Flaunting ‘White and Red and Blue Full well …
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The change and style of uniform throughout the life of the 20th Hussars