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THE ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION MEMORIAL
AND THE HOOD BATTALION

The Royal Naval Division Memorial is dedicated to the 45,000 members of the Royal Naval Division who died during the First World War. The memorial, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, is located in the northwest corner of Horse Guards Parade next to the Old Admiralty Buildings. The Royal Naval Division was formed in 1914 by Winston Churchill as an intervention force, fighting in World War I at Gallipoli and on the Western Front before being disbanded in 1919.
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THE BOXER, THE ARTIST AND THE AUTHOR
A painting by Millais in the Household Cavalry Museum

In the reserve collection of the Household Cavalry Museum, held at Combermere Barracks, Windsor, is an 1847 signed and inscribed oil-on-board painting by the noted Victorian artist, Sir John Everett Millais (1829-1896). Read more ...
HENRY WADE
SIR HENRY LANCELOT AUBREY-FLETCHER Bt
LATE GRENADIER GUARDS
A SHORT LITERARY APPRECIATION

Between 1926 and 1957 Henry Wade wrote twenty detective novels, many of them bestsellers, nearly all of them praised by the critics of the day, including the presiding geniuses of the genre, Dorothy L Sayers and Agatha Christie. Read more ...

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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