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BLUE ON BLUE
Whilst the Union of The Life Guards and The Blues and Royals precludes partisanship on the part of its members, it is nonetheless true that, although the finest pieces of 1st and 2nd Life Guards silver (the two pairs of Paul Storr silver kettledrums excepted) are dwarfed by The Blues’ Zetland Trophy, in the sphere of two-dimensional art, The Life Guards’ collection of paintings including works by Zoffany, Millais, Munnings and Maze, are in a different league to the collection belonging to their colleagues in the blue corner. Read more ...
RETURN TO SAPPER HILL
In April this year I was accompanied to the Falklands by Lieutenant Colonel Julian Sayers and Major Charlie Carty, both of whom were in the Battalion during the conflict. We had returned to unveil a Memorial to commemorate the capture of Sapper Hill by the Battalion on 14th June 1982. We had invited a number of Falkland Islander friends, who have shown nothing but enormous kindness to our returning veterans over many years, together with some members of our Armed Forces, currently serving in the Falklands. Read more ...
THE GUARDS PARACHUTE ASSOCIATION
No 1 (Guards) Independent Company The Parachute Regiment (Gds Para Coy) was disbanded on 24th October 1975.  The Guards Parachute Association (GPA) was formed immediately after the disbandment parade.  In the words of our most prominent founding member, Major General Sir Robert Corbett KCVO CB formerly Irish Guards, 'The Association is a means of carrying forward the very special comradeship and loyalty that all of us who had the privilege of serving in the Gds Para Coy felt towards one another, to the Company, their Regiments and the Household Division’. 
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WINTER 2017/18
AN INTERVIEW WITH ACADEMY SERGEANT MAJOR
 (WARRANT OFFICER CLASS ONE) RAY HUGGINS MBE
THE CAMBRIAN PATROL 2017
GUERRILLAS & GORILLAS - A TOUR IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO MOGADISHU RECALLED
BEAUTY IN ADVERSITY: THE ARTWORK OF TWO WARTIME HUTS BURNABY’S DEADLY WEAPON
THE FLAG MEMORIALS FOR A KING AND A COUNTRY
AUTUMN 2017
AN INTERVIEW WITH MAJOR THE LORD WESTBURY MBE COUNTER POACHING - WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?
ESMOND - THE LOST IDOL THE ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION MEMORIAL 
AND THE HOOD BATTALION
THE BOXER, THE ARTIST AND THE AUTHOR HENRY WADE 
SIR HENRY LANCELOT AUBREY-FLETCHER Bt
LATE GRENADIER GUARDS
A SHORT LITERARY APPRECIATION
SUMMER 2017
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR HUGH ROBERTSON KCMG DL COLDSTREAMERS AT SALERNO
THE GREAT SILENCE A TALE OF TWO REGIMENTS
DOES EUROPE STARVE? THE ENIGMA OF KIDSON
WINTER 2017
COLDSTREAMER À LA LEGION THE LIBERATION OF PARIS, 25TH - 26TH AUGUST 1944
MARENGO'S HOOVES  THE CAPTURE OF GAUCHE WOOD
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY ADDRESS
GUARDS’ CHAPEL, 13TH NOVEMBER 2016
   
 
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