Regimental Guidon of the 14th LD

The Prussian Eagle became the regimental badge in 1798 when the regiment was given the title ‘Duchess of York’s Own’. HRH Frederike Charlotte Ulrike Katharina, Princess Royal of Prussia married Prince Frederick son of George III. The Prince was Duke of York and Albany. They married in Sep 1791. She became patroness of the 14th …
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14th Light Dragoons Guidon

The Regimental Guidon of the 14th Light Dragoons was altered in 1776 to incorporate the change from Dragoons to Light Dragoons. It remained yellow which was their facings colour. In 1798 the facings were changed to orange when they became the Duchess of York’s Own Light Dragoons. The regiment also acquired the badge of the …
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Guidon of the 14th (King’s) Hussars

Since the acquisition of the ‘Historical Record of the 14th (King’s) Hussars’ I have been able to add additional pages and correct parts of the website. One of the most recent additions has been about the Guidon of the 14th (King’s) Hussars. Click HERE to read.  

The Battle of Suakin

The headstones of four 20th Hussars cavalry men killed at Battle of Gemaizah in 1888 whose remains were re-interred in the Khartoum Cemetery of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (This image shows the headstones close together, they are actually further apart) Private E. Jordan | Private E. A. Howes | Private C. Thomas | Trumpeter …
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